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masterMind 2 Practice Online

masterMind 2

ISBN 9780230761995

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£12

This course accompanies 'masterMind 2'. It corresponds to CEFR levels B2 and C1. There are twelve units that mirror the units in the coursebook. Resources are grouped into five categories - Grammar, Language Use, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, and Listening.

Why choose this course?

It will help you...

  • integrate language learning with the development of key life skills
  • improve reading, writing and listening skills for everyday use
  • support and reinforce the work done in class

Key features

  • corresponds to CEFR levels B2 and C1
  • includes over 120 interactive resources covering grammar, language use, vocabulary, pronunciation and listening
  • each unit mirrors the structure of the book and complements the language and vocabulary syllabus
  • uses real and relevant tasks to practise skills such as critical thinking, organization and collaboration
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Syllabus details

  1. 1 Money Free
    1. Adverbs of frequency: expressions of frequency
    2. Money and business
    3. Adverbial phrases: manner
    4. Adverbs of place: abroad, afloat, home, etc.
    5. Adverbs of place: here, there, ahead, back, away, below, around
    6. How has your visit been?
    7. Countable and uncountable nouns
    8. Why do prices rise?
    9. Something to sell
    10. Are you buying or selling?
    11. Developments in advertising and marketing
    12. What does that mean?
  2. 2 Into the Great Unknown
    1. Flying saucers
    2. The passive: shall/will
    3. Connectors: condition
    4. If you asked ...
    5. English: a global language
    6. Which side of the Atlantic?
    7. What do you know about astronomy?
    8. Negative adjective prefixes
    9. Adjective prefixes (un-, im-, in-, ir-)
    10. Long and short vowels
    11. Unidentified flying objects
  3. 3 Private Matters
    1. Pronunciation of the letter 'a'
    2. Credit cards
    3. Visitor hopes and expectations
    4. Vowel sounds
    5. Vowel sounds
    6. Personal space
    7. Phrasal verbs with up
    8. Inventions
    9. Paternalism and government
    10. The passive: modals
    11. A tough training course
  4. 4 A New Look at Learning
    1. A football fanatic
    2. Mixed conditional
    3. Reflexive pronouns: use
    4. Reflexive pronouns: vs. object pronouns vs. no pronoun
    5. Getting to work
    6. Schools in the U.S.
    7. Brown University, USA
    8. Who's who?
    9. Support networks on campus
    10. On the campus
  5. 5 Just Animals
    1. Indefinite pronouns: use
    2. Determiners - quantifiers: No, none/none of, neither of
    3. Determiners - quantifiers: each, every
    4. Talking about a conference
    5. Save the rhinos
    6. How intelligent are dolphins?
    7. Clusters of three or more consonants
    8. What sound does a cat make?
  6. 6 More Than Machines?
    1. The home of the future
    2. Some snapshots of technological developments
    3. Future perfect: use
    4. Future perfect progressive: use
    5. Simple future perfect vs. progressive
    6. I couldn't live without it
    7. Word linking
    8. New technology for communication
    9. Computers and e-learning
    10. Revising the website
    11. Interactive advertising
  7. 7 The Critical Consumer
    1. Shopping trends
    2. Participles: clauses
    3. Prepositions in relative clauses
    4. Neuromarketing
    5. Adjectives from nouns
    6. Money troubles
    7. The science of shopping
    8. Same sound, different spelling
  8. 8 A Critical Eye
    1. Prefixes
    2. Modifiers: use of so, such, too, enough, quite
    3. Adjectives + infinitive
    4. Modifiers and quantifiers
    5. Too and enough
    6. Hard times prison
    7. The ideal venue
    8. Contrastive stress
    9. What kind of paintings are they?
    10. Impressionism
    11. Ancient art
    12. Verb prefixes (mis-, dis-, un-)
  9. 9 Just Playing?
    1. Vowel sounds
    2. Comparison of adverbs: superlatives
    3. Comparison of adverbs: comparatives
    4. Verb + object + verb: object + -ing form
    5. Offers/invitations: should, would
    6. Vowel sounds
    7. Vowel sounds
    8. Computer games
    9. Generation gap
  10. 10 Word Spreads Fast
    1. Defining vs. non-defining relative clauses: use of that
    2. Defining vs. non-defining relative clauses: punctuation
    3. Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing: use
    4. Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing: list
    5. Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing: -ed adjectives followed by prepositions
    6. Defining and non-defining relative clauses
    7. Relative clauses
    8. Adjectives
    9. How to tell a story
    10. Lucky charms
  11. 11 Music to my Ears
    1. Take, have or break?
    2. Unreal tenses: wish, if only, would rather, it's time, hope
    3. A burglary
    4. Music in the future
    5. Scissor Sisters
    6. Music
    7. Phrasal verbs with take
    8. Take a vacation
  12. 12 The Face of the Earth
    1. Modifiers: amplifiers
    2. Natural disasters
    3. Changing stress in nouns and adjectives
    4. The passive: infinitive
    5. The infinitive: form, subject, complement, purpose and split
    6. Modifiers: emphasizers
    7. Modifiers: downtoners
    8. Earth Hour
    9. The world of the coral reef
    10. Tsunamis
    11. Changing stress in nouns and adjectives
    12. Stress