Inspiration

New Inspiration 4 Practice Online

New Inspiration 4

ISBN 9780230751767

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£10

This course accompanies 'New Inspiration 4'. It corresponds to CEFR level B1/B2 and Cambridge ESOL PET. There are eight Units and four 'Self Assessment' units. Resources are grouped into nine categories: 'Language Focus', 'Vocabulary', 'Pronunciation', 'Listening', 'Reading', 'PET for Schools', 'Language Game', 'Video' and 'Language Test'.

Why choose this course?

It will help you...

  • practise grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and listening 
  • work on your language through culturally relevant topics 
  • review your learning progress

Key features

  • divided into eight units and four self-assessment units to mirror the student's book
  • includes over 130 interactive resources designed to practise grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and listening comprehension 
  • reading resources and video activities reinforce the language and skills covered in the book
Open full syllabus overview

Syllabus details

  1. Body and mind
    1. Stative verbs
    2. Participles: gerund
    3. Participles: clauses
    4. -ing form: purpose
    5. -ing forms and infinitives
    6. Before and after
    7. A healthy recipe
    8. Healthy choices
    9. Weak and strong forms
    10. Healthy food in our supermarkets
    11. PET for Schools Paper 1 Reading Part 2
    12. PET/PET for Schools Paper 2 Part 1
    13. PET for Schools Paper 1 Writing Part 1
    14. Intermediate Test 01
  2. Creativity
    1. Present perfect continuous: use
    2. Present perfect simple v continuous
    3. Past perfect simple v continuous
    4. Past perfect continuous: use
    5. A horror story
    6. Present perfect continuous
    7. Present perfect simple and continuous
    8. Mixed tenses
    9. Noun suffixes
    10. Reading for pleasure
    11. The making of Titanic
    12. PET/PET for Schools Paper 2 Part 2
    13. PET Paper 1 Reading Part 2
    14. Intermediate Test 20
  3. Self Assessment Units 1 and 2
    1. Fear of flying
    2. Postcard to a friend
    3. Past perfect: use
    4. Deli adjectives
    5. Johnny Depp
    6. Agent 700 - The Director's Cut
  4. Science and discovery
    1. What are your plans?
    2. Modifiers: use of so, such, too, enough, quite
    3. Comparison of adverbs: superlatives
    4. Comparison of adverbs: comparatives
    5. Order of adjectives
    6. Connectors: reason and result
    7. Information technology
    8. Phrasal verbs with down
    9. Smart clothes
    10. Water found on Mars
    11. Unidentified flying objects
    12. PET/PET for Schools Paper 1 Writing Part 1
    13. PET Paper 2 Part 1
    14. PET Paper 1 Reading Part 1
    15. Intermediate Test 03
  5. Getting it right
    1. Future perfect: use
    2. Future tenses
    3. Are you sure?
    4. I wish ...
    5. If you asked ...
    6. Prepositions of time: till/until, since, from
    7. Connectors: time
    8. Learning English
    9. Winston Churchill
    10. Environmental advice
    11. If things were different
    12. If everyone had a car ...
    13. PET Paper 1 Reading Part 3
    14. PET Paper 1 Writing Part 1
    15. PET Paper 2 Part 1
    16. Intermediate Test 12
  6. Self Assessment Units 3 and 4
    1. The rain will have stopped by then
    2. Travel around the world
    3. Connecting words
    4. Professor Keen's Peeling Machine
  7. Extraordinary people
    1. Third conditional: use
    2. I wish I'd done that
    3. Obligation/necessity: mustn't, don't have to
    4. Obligation/necessity: need, needn't, must, mustn't, have to, don't have to, needn't have, didn't need to.
    5. Certainty/deduction: must, can't
    6. Connectors: contrast
    7. Second and third conditional
    8. Could Shakespeare write?
    9. Contrastive stress
    10. Mysteries: the Nazca Lines
    11. A great British leader
    12. PET Paper 1 Reading Part 4
    13. PET Paper 2 Part 2
    14. PET Paper 2 Part 2
    15. Intermediate Test 14
  8. On the move
    1. Reported questions: wh- questions
    2. Reported questions: yes/no questions
    3. Reporting verbs: list
    4. Quiz show
    5. Reporting verbs
    6. Uses of have: have something done
    7. Going shopping
    8. Shopping around
    9. Word stress
    10. Travel comments
    11. Eating out
    12. PET Paper 1 Reading Part 3
    13. PET Paper 1 Reading Part 4
    14. PET/PET for Schools Paper 1 Writing Part 2
    15. Intermediate Test 04
  9. Self Assessment Units 5 and 6
    1. Necessity and obligation
    2. Reporting verbs: use
    3. An interview with Picasso
    4. Checking in
    5. Ghosts
  10. Getting the message across
    1. The passive: infinitive
    2. Mixed passives
    3. Passive forms
    4. Defining v non-defining relative clauses: comparison
    5. Using that in relative clauses
    6. Relative clauses
    7. Hotel burglar jailed
    8. Telephone calls
    9. Syllable stress
    10. A change for the better?
    11. Language and culture
    12. PET Paper 1 Reading Part 1
    13. PET Paper 2 Part 4
    14. Intermediate Test 07
  11. Making the grade
    1. Ability: could
    2. Ability: could, be able to
    3. The passive: modals
    4. Permission: can, may, be allowed to
    5. Modal verb structures
    6. Lessons at school
    7. Pronouncing sounds
    8. What could you do?
    9. No regrets!
    10. Taking a study course
    11. PET/PET for Schools Paper 1 Reading Part 1
    12. PET Paper 2 Part 3
    13. Intermediate Test 06
  12. Self Assessment Units 7 and 8
    1. Talking about history
    2. Passive
    3. Cher
    4. Salvador Dali
    5. Robbin' the Rich