Inspiration

Inspiration 3 Practice Online

Inspiration 3

ISBN 9780230725331

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This course accompanies 'Inspiration 3'. It corresponds to CEFR levels A2 and B1 and Cambridge ESOL KET and PET. There are eight Units and four 'Progress Check' items. Resources are grouped into 7 categories - 'Grammar Focus', 'Grammar Reference Unit', 'Vocabulary', 'Language Focus', 'Pronunciation', 'Listening' and 'Reading and Writing'.

Why choose this course?

It will help you...

  • contextualise language learning through culturally relevant and approachable topics
  • build vocabulary and grammar
  • review your learning progress

Key features

  • divided into 12 units to match the student's book
  • includes over 180 interactive resources covering grammar, vocabulary, listening and pronunciation
  • four progress checks allow students to review the language learned in the preceding units
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Syllabus details

  1. Teen life
    1. Life in the big city
    2. Present simple v past simple
    3. Past simple and past continuous
    4. Today I'm saving the world!
    5. Present simple with future meaning: fixed events
    6. Present simple: use
    7. Adverbs of frequency: word order
    8. Adverbs of time: duration and span
    9. Molly in the Building on Fire
    10. Phrasal verbs with get
    11. Music
    12. Noisy neighbours
    13. A singer's childhood
    14. Consonant sounds
    15. Same sound, different spelling
    16. Family life
    17. Party time
    18. PET/PET for Schools Paper 1 Reading Part 2
    19. British teenagers' favourite sports
  2. Arts
    1. How are bottles recycled?
    2. The environment
    3. A day at school
    4. Verbs and prepositions
    5. Verbs followed by the infinitive without to: other verbs
    6. Verb + object + verb: object + infinitive without to
    7. Verb + object + verb: object + infinitive
    8. The passive: present simple
    9. Lessons at school
    10. Adjectives from nouns
    11. What kind of paintings are they?
    12. A Titanic romance
    13. Fear of flying
    14. Sentence stress
    15. Word linking
    16. A visit to the school library
    17. Jack Johnson Show
    18. TOEFL Reading 005
    19. PET Paper 1 Reading Part 5
  3. Progress Check Units 1 and 2
    1. Robert's sport timetable
    2. Then and now
    3. A funny thing happened
    4. Where did you go?
    5. Hard at Work
    6. Helping the environment
    7. School mornings
    8. Verb prefixes (mis-, dis-, un-)
    9. Word building
  4. Opinions
    1. Modal verbs
    2. Can't, and must
    3. Certainty and possibility
    4. Modals of advice
    5. Verbs followed by the infinitive without to: modals
    6. Certainty/deduction: must, can't
    7. Uses of have: deduction
    8. Reflexive pronouns: use
    9. Adjective prefixes (un-, im-, in-, ir-)
    10. Phrasal verbs with down
    11. Get, do and make
    12. Underwater discovery
    13. Obligation and advice
    14. Vowel sounds
    15. Syllable stress
    16. Breaking rules
    17. Generation gap
    18. Exam stress
    19. PET Paper 1 Reading Part 4
  5. Mind over matter
    1. What's happening about the future?
    2. What are your plans?
    3. If you walk under a ladder ...
    4. Sally's diary
    5. Can + verbs of perception
    6. Future tenses: will/won't v going to v present continuous
    7. First conditional: use
    8. First conditional: affirmative
    9. Brown University, USA
    10. Ghosts
    11. Nouns and verbs
    12. What if ...?
    13. English: a global language
    14. Same spelling, different sound
    15. Cheer or chair
    16. A bad year to travel
    17. Ghost story
    18. IELTS Academic Reading Passage 2: Yeti (Task 1)
    19. TOEFL Reading 001
  6. Progress Check Units 3 and 4
    1. What if ...?
    2. Will v going to
    3. A legend
    4. Meetings and greetings
    5. Reflexive pronouns: v possessive adjectives + parts of the body
    6. Online shopping
    7. What do you know about astronomy?
    8. That's not very safe!
    9. Nouns from verbs
  7. Challenges
    1. I've worked there for two years
    2. Present perfect
    3. Correct forms of the past simple and present perfect
    4. For, since and ago
    5. Present perfect: been v gone
    6. Past simple v present perfect
    7. Past simple v past perfect
    8. Prepositions of time: for v since
    9. Football
    10. Why I love my hobby
    11. Phrasal verbs with go and get
    12. My colleagues
    13. Plans for my party
    14. Vowel sounds
    15. Word stress
    16. Windsurfing
    17. What have Mike and Emma got in common?
    18. PET/PET for Schools Paper 1 Reading Part 3
    19. PET for Schools Paper 1 Writing Part 3
  8. That's clever!
    1. A horror story
    2. Used to
    3. The story of jeans
    4. Picasso painting stolen
    5. Past perfect: use
    6. Past perfect: affirmative
    7. The passive: past simple
    8. Used to: verb, adjective
    9. Useful things
    10. What's the word?
    11. Shapes and materials
    12. Describing pictures
    13. What happened then?
    14. Minimal pairs contrasting vowels
    15. Syllable stress
    16. Strange inventions
    17. Waste products and recycling
    18. TOEFL Reading 012
    19. Super Groups
  9. Progress Check Units 5 and 6
    1. Past simple v past perfect
    2. A horror story
    3. Make v do: M-W
    4. Make v do: A-L
    5. Passive v active
    6. Past simple active and passive
    7. Materials for recycling
    8. A great time
    9. Verbs and nouns
  10. Communication
    1. What did they say?
    2. What did you say?
    3. Direct and reported speech
    4. Reported statements
    5. Reported speech: changes
    6. Reported speech: tense changes
    7. Reporting verbs: use
    8. Say v tell: differences and uses
    9. New technology for communication
    10. Here is the news ...
    11. Emails between colleagues
    12. I swam across an ocean
    13. Astronaut
    14. Minimal pairs contrasting consonants
    15. Word linking in connected speech
    16. Learning English
    17. Travelling tales
    18. BEC Preliminary Writing Part 1
    19. TOEFL Reading 027
  11. Natural world
    1. Second conditional
    2. Question tags
    3. Question tags
    4. If you asked ...
    5. Second conditional: affirmative
    6. Second conditional: interrogative
    7. Second conditional: use
    8. Second conditional: negative
    9. The weather forecast
    10. Memory
    11. Rescue Mission
    12. An interview with an actress
    13. Companies
    14. Consonant sounds
    15. Rhythm stress in second conditional
    16. Encounter with a hippo
    17. Swimming with a whale
    18. TOEFL Reading 002
    19. TOEFL Reading 016
  12. Progress Check Units 7 and 8
    1. Reported speech
    2. Pre-intermediate Test 04
    3. Pre-intermediate Test 03
    4. Breaking the ice
    5. Pre-intermediate Test 02
    6. Pre-intermediate Test 10
    7. Connecting words
    8. Noun suffixes
    9. From a verb to a noun