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  1. References: Life Sciences

    there are  about 253 integral citations and 369 non-integral citations. References using the numerical ... In assignments, sources are referred to by the name of the author and the date of publication (the ... Harvard reference system), or by a number (the Vancouver reference system). About 18% of references ...

    editor_adam - 8 Feb 2017 - 13:44

  2. Present Perfect

    NB If we say when we had the experience, we must use the past simple. I’ve visited Russia several ... in the past. I have been to Spain in 2002. 2 We also use the present perfect to talk about things ... 3 A third use of the present perfect is to show the present result of a past action I’ve lost my keys. He ...

    admin - 19 Nov 2015 - 09:15

  3. Series 2 Episode 12- Something In Common

    the first task to check your understanding. Finally, practise some vocabulary and grammar. Exercise Look ... Exercise Exercise Grammar: adjectives Grammar: some, any, no, someone, anything love & relationships A2 ...

    admin - 25 Jun 2016 - 09:07 - 195 comments

  4. Series 03 Episode 19

    Exercise Grammar: if sentences: present & future meaning Grammar: past simple creatures fantasy animals ... ' would go' there. The first verb, after 'if', is in the past simple- didn't ... imagining it. Listen again to the verb forms that Ravi uses. Ravi: And imagine if they didn’t have the Loch ...

    editor_adam - 19 Jul 2017 - 16:58 - 182 comments

  5. Participle clauses

    information in a more economical way. We can use participle clauses when the participle and the verb ... Participle clauses can be formed with the present participle (-ing form of the verb) or past participle ... (third form of the verb). Participle clauses with past participles have a passive meaning: Shouting ...

    admin - 19 Nov 2015 - 09:13 - 299 comments

  6. Frequently asked questions

    City Small World? Big City Small World is an audio soap opera. Soap opera is a term used to describe ... with the audio? Yes, for each episode there will be some comprehension questions, vocabulary and grammar ...

    admin - 14 Jan 2016 - 09:52 - 420 comments

  7. Flathunting Scene 1 Language Focus

    by using the present continuous. Use 'always' if you need it. Exercise   Choose the right ending ... to finish the expressions. Exercise   Grammar: present progressive likes dislikes B1 B2 Match the examples ...

    editor_adam - 6 Jul 2017 - 14:19 - 40 comments

  8. Transport and Travel Scene 1- Language Focus

    in sentences Grammar: present perfect simple B1 Language Task 2 Read the questions and select the right forms ... Rob the teacher talks about using the present perfect to describe events and experiences. Language ... Exercise Language Task 4 Rearrange the words to make correct sentences. Exercise Grammar: word order ...

    Jack Radford - 6 Jul 2017 - 11:57 - 101 comments

  9. Wish and If only

    both wish and if only are followed by the past simple tense. The past tense emphasises that we ... talk about past regrets. Wish/if only and would We use wish + would to talk about something ...   Wish and If only Wish and ‘ If only ’ are both used to talk about regrets – things that we would ...

    admin - 19 Nov 2015 - 09:18

  10. Series 03 Episode 17

    Exercise Exercise Grammar: comparatives superlatives families love & relationships royalty UK B1 ... of Cornwall, isn’t it? Tess:  That’s right. Ravi:  But everyone knows he used to be married to Princess Diana, ... Ravi:  Oh yeah, that’s right. Prince Andrew – he’s the Duke of York – used to be married to Sarah ...

    editor_adam - 19 Jul 2017 - 16:58 - 146 comments

  11. Conditionals 1

    it gets dark. It lights up if you push that button. The present simple is used in both clauses. First ... a lot better. The structure is usually if + past simple and would + infinitive. It’s not important which ... related. Conditional sentences are often divided into different types.   Zero conditional We use the zero ...

    admin - 22 Jul 2017 - 12:20

  12. An introduction to competencies

    What are competencies, why are they so important nowadays?  How are competencies used in Human ... Resources and how can individuals use them to their advantage? What are competencies and why ... to contract for their businesses they spoke of skills and qualifications. These words are still used but have ...

    admin - 3 Apr 2017 - 13:31 - 56 comments

  13. Series 02 Episode 06

    might want to use a notebook or part of your folder to make your own word lists and maps. The quiz ... They look at being accurate in English, and often use the type of exercises you may find in English tests ... Exercise 2 Make true sentences using comparatives. Exercise Practice materials- Exercise 3 & ...

    editor_adam - 19 Jul 2017 - 16:57 - 149 comments

  14. York Scene 2 Language Focus

    Rob and Stephen enjoy talking about grammar, so stop to watch them discuss verbs followed ... Pack (588KB) Watch the video. Then go to Task and do the activities. Exercise   Grammar: very, too ... Grammar: infinitives (with, without 'to') Grammar: verb patterns B1 B2 Exercise   ...

    editor_jeremy - 1 Apr 2016 - 08:32 - 63 comments

  15. Christmas Scene 2 Language Focus

    in the present continuous and verbs we usually use in the present simple. Exercise Download Support Pack (592KB) ... Rob and Ashlie talk about Christmas food, then look at the difference between verbs we use ... Watch the video. Next go to the Tasks and do the activities.  Exercise Exercise Grammar: progressive ...

    editor_jeremy - 4 Apr 2016 - 14:10 - 55 comments

  16. Loch Ness Scene 1- Language Focus

    Rob talks about using past and present verb forms with 'if', in what we call ...

    editor_adam - 31 Mar 2016 - 13:43 - 44 comments

  17. Trains: past, present and future

    usually pulled by horses or oxen, used for transporting heavy goods, especially in the past. What do you ... by horses. Download audio 2.52MB (right click & save) Trains: past, present and future by John Russell ... industries were using steam engines, designed by James Watt (from where we get the electrical measurement- ...

    admin - 3 May 2017 - 08:30 - 6 comments

  18. Advice on writing CVs

    you can read the transcript at any time. Exercise   Grammar: prepositions business CVs B2 Exercise ... our own application form, which is tailored to our company, and we can use it to make sure we find ... it simple, keep it relevant. Anything longer than three pages will automatically go into the bin. Just tell ...

    admin - 5 Oct 2017 - 10:06 - 227 comments

  19. Passives

    won’t be finished until next week. Future Simple. Modal verbs also use ‘ be ’ and the past participle. ...   Passives We make the passive using ‘ be ’ – in a suitable tense – and the past participle ... (‘done’, ‘played’ etc.). We use the passive: 1) … when we don’t know, or we are not interested in, who does ...

    admin - 19 Nov 2015 - 09:13

  20. Going global

    anything from paper clips to staples up to parts for computers and televisions. Using web technologies, we ...

    admin - 31 Mar 2017 - 13:38 - 29 comments

  21. Reported speech 2

    statement. The present simple tense changes to the past simple, the past simple changes to the past perfect ... request and advice can be reported using an infinitive. Reporting verbs There are a number of verbs ... that we use to report statements. These can make your speech and writing more interesting than simply ...

    admin - 12 Jun 2017 - 14:57

  22. Grameen Bank

    (you can also listen to the audio while you read) and then do the  Tasks. Exercise Grammar: reference ...

    admin - 3 Apr 2017 - 14:12 - 18 comments

  23. Farming Scene 1- Language Focus

    Rob explains how to use ‘should’, ‘should have’ and some expressions used in giving directions. ... Grammar: should B1 exercise ...

    editor_adam - 16 Mar 2017 - 12:24 - 96 comments

  24. Murder Mystery Scene 1- Language Focus

    Rob and Stephen look at how ‘must’, ‘could’ and ‘perhaps’ can be used to speak about certainty ... the activities. exercise Grammar: could Grammar: may, might crime & the law B1 exercise ...

    editor_kirk - 5 Apr 2016 - 07:56 - 43 comments

  25. Relationship-building

    a habit. I’m going to talk about informal relationships but, as we discussed earlier, the ideas can ... simple courtesies. This might seem like common sense to some people, but in actual fact you’d ... a relationship of some kind, get into the habit of asking open­-ended questions. That way they’ll be able to give ...

    admin - 23 Mar 2017 - 09:38 - 51 comments

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