Sky High

Sky High 2 Practice Online

Sky High 2

ISBN 9780230750944

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This course accompanies 'Sky High 2'. There are 12 units, each matching a student's book unit. There is a review syllabus item every other unit, to match the Checkpoint sections in the student's book. Resources are grouped into four categories: Building Grammar, Building Vocabulary, Listening Development and Pronunciation Practice.

Why choose this course?

It will help you...

  • develop language skills for real-life situations
  • practise pronunciation and listening skills
  • improve grammar and vocabulary for everyday use
  • review and reinforce language points covered in class

Key features

  • twelve units with six checkpoints to review progress
  • 150 resources cover practical language skills for everyday use
  • includes language, grammar and vocabulary exercises
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Syllabus details

  1. At an international convention
    1. Job types
    2. Word stress patterns
    3. Traveling for work
  2. In a foreign city
    1. What language do they speak?
    2. Living in Italy
    3. Simple present
    4. Simple present: use
  3. Getting to know you
    1. Likes and dislikes
    2. Question words
    3. Question words
  4. Lifeline to international travel
    1. New identity
    2. Taking a flight?
    3. Which bag is ...
  5. A nice place to work
    1. What does Mrs. Bari do?
    2. Office words
    3. Getting around
  6. A nice place to live
    1. Much, many
    2. Countable and uncountable nouns
    3. The Paintball Fight
    4. Free time
  7. A big move
    1. Possessives
    2. Possessive adjectives: use
    3. Out and about
    4. Hey Mr. DJ
  8. Lifeline to student life
    1. Where in the world ... ?
  9. Checkpoint 1
    1. Spare-time activities
    2. People and activities
  10. Unusual lives
    1. Daily routine
  11. Gender and stereotypes
    1. Present progressive vs. simple present
    2. What I do on Saturdays
  12. Celebrate!
    1. Object pronouns: pronoun reference
    2. A vacation in Rio
    3. The lake club
  13. Lifeline to stress management
    1. Healthy eating
    2. Are they angry?
  14. Famous lives
    1. An interview with an actress
  15. Personal history
    1. Simple past
    2. Simple past
    3. Simple past irregular: use
  16. Infamous lives
    1. Simple past vs. past progressive
    2. A funny thing happened
    3. Ron the burglar
  17. Lifeline to history
    1. Interview with Dr. Martin
    2. The U.K. National Maritime Museum
  18. Checkpoint 2
    1. Today I'm saving the world!
    2. Last winter ...
    3. My new job
  19. New partners
    1. My favorite clothes
  20. Blind date
    1. An invitation
    2. Future tenses: will/won't vs. going to vs. present progressive
    3. Round-the-world trip
  21. Meeting new people
    1. -ing form: after prepositions
    2. Meeting people
    3. Small talk
  22. Lifeline to psychology
    1. A Titanic romance
    2. The Jack Johnson Show
  23. On the town
    1. How do I get there?
    2. Where's the bank?
  24. What's happening?
    1. Infinitive vs. -ing form
    2. Talking about your job
    3. Going out
  25. Party time
    1. Will/won't vs. simple present
    2. Will, won't, going to
    3. Party time
  26. Lifeline to food management
    1. Restaurants and eating out
    2. Breakfast all over the world
  27. Checkpoint 3
    1. Infinitive vs. -ing form
    2. Places - town and country
  28. School days
    1. School mornings
    2. Exercising
  29. Choices
    1. Comparative adjectives: irregular comparatives
    2. Our vacation
    3. The trip
  30. Learning culture
    1. On the phone
    2. Requests
    3. Would: requests
  31. Lifeline to career planning
    1. Training course introduction
    2. Job descriptions
  32. Getting around
    1. Public transportation
    2. Travel language
  33. Getting away from it all
    1. Superlatives
    2. Comparison of adverbs: superlatives
    3. Superlative adjectives: + -est, spelling
  34. Getting there
    1. Determiners - quantifiers: both ... and, either ... or, neither ... nor
    2. A day at school
    3. What do Mike and Emma have in common?
  35. Lifeline to exploration
    1. IELTS Listening Section 2: Going on an expedition
    2. A great explorer!
  36. Checkpoint 4
    1. Who is the fittest?
    2. Modals of permission
    3. Word linking
  37. Laughter is the best medicine
    1. What's your favorite sport?
    2. Food around the U.S.A.
  38. Your favorite team
    1. Pronouns and possession
    2. Life of a fitness freak
    3. I do aerobics
  39. Get a life
    1. Uses of have: necessity
    2. Long and short vowels
  40. Lifeline to living things
    1. Who has long hair?
    2. Fashion
  41. Turning points
    1. Collocations
    2. I play volleyball
  42. Experience and experiences
    1. Present perfect: use
    2. My colleagues
    3. Present perfect with adverbs of time
    4. Correct forms of the simple past and present perfect
  43. Champions' stories
    1. Simple past vs. present perfect
    2. Complaining
    3. Vowel sounds
    4. Vowel sounds
  44. Lifeline to fitness
    1. Crazy about cycling!
    2. Sally's sports schedule
  45. Checkpoint 5
    1. Have you ever been in love?
    2. My life has changed so much!
  46. Traditions
    1. Make vs. do: A-L
    2. Make vs. do: M-W
  47. Your life
    1. Present perfect with for and since
    2. Daily life
    3. Cabinda's life
  48. Working together
    1. Say vs. tell: differences and uses
    2. Handling complaints
  49. Lifeline to business administration
    1. Company structure
    2. Paperwork
    3. Business news headlines
  50. Reviewing the situation
    1. What's your job?
    2. What do you do in your job?
    3. Vowel sounds
  51. Lifestyle changes
    1. Modals of advice
    2. Modals of obligation
    3. What's happening this week?
  52. Twenty-five years from now
    1. Life on a desert island
    2. Learning English
  53. Lifeline to communications technology
    1. Strange inventions
    2. Robot Rescue Dog
  54. Checkpoint 6
    1. Why don't you ...?
    2. In another country