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  1. Series 01 Episode 05

    or she flies’. The second column is ‘flew’. This column is easy- it’s the past simple form. ‘Flew’ ... is the past simple of fly. Carolina flew to London and then she got the train to Newcastle. Now let’s look ... You might want to use a notebook or part of your folder to make your own word lists and maps. The quiz ...

    editor_adam - 19 Jul 2017 - 16:56 - 207 comments

  2. in spite of / despite / although

      in spite of / despite / although In spite of, despite and although are all used to show ... a contrast but there are differences in the structures used with them. In spite of / despite After in spite ... of and despite we use a noun or a pronoun. We enjoyed our camping holiday in spite of the rain. Despite the pain ...

    admin - 17 May 2016 - 20:23 - 718 comments

  3. Night Out Scene 1- Language Focus

    Rob talks about how people behave in a pub and the expressions we use when we want to make offers ... the video and then do the tasks. Exercise   Exercise   Grammar: which, what (what size?) entertainment ...

    Jack Radford - 31 Mar 2016 - 13:39 - 30 comments

  4. Series 01 Episode 08

    ‘on’. The reason is simple. We don’t use a preposition when we use ‘last’. We just say ‘last Saturday’. ... write your answers in our Support Pack. You might want to use a notebook or part of your folder to make ... the most important words in English (use a dictionary?). Then try telling the joke. Practice materials- ...

    editor_adam - 19 Jul 2017 - 16:56 - 145 comments

  5. Revolution

    'coup' is used most often. This is a short way of saying 'coup d’état' and it usually refers ... in Russia’s sad history in the 20th century was the use of imported words which people didn’t fully ... mentioned 'communism' and 'privatisation'. If you use other words like ...

    admin - 4 Apr 2017 - 08:22 - 11 comments

  6. Series 01 Episode 02

    for more practice materials. Grammar: some, any, no, someone, anything Grammar: use of 'it' ... might want to use a notebook or part of your folder to make your own word lists and maps. In the quiz, ... the most important words in English (use a dictionary?). Then try telling the joke. Practice materials- ...

    editor_adam - 19 Jul 2017 - 16:56 - 865 comments

  7. Jobs Scene 1

    you can read the Transcript at any time. exercise Grammar: will jobs B1 exercise Ashlie: Hi, Tristan! ...

    editor_kirk - 4 Apr 2016 - 18:13 - 82 comments

  8. Series 01 Episode 06

    Suggestion: You can write your answers in our Support Pack. You might want to use a notebook or part of your ... words in English (use a dictionary?). Then try telling the joke. Practice materials- Exercise 1 Read ... in English, and often use the type of exercises you may find in English tests and exams. Practice materials- ...

    editor_adam - 19 Jul 2017 - 16:56 - 199 comments

  9. Art Scene 1

    Order the words to make useful expressions from the video. Exercise Download Support Pack (587KB) Do ... Exercise Grammar: word order in sentences art B1 B2 Decide if these statements are true or false. Exercise ... He’s using a rubbish bin to show how everyday objects... Ashlie: Stephen – that is a rubbish bin. Come ...

    editor_jeremy - 6 Jul 2017 - 14:04 - 130 comments

  10. Series 04 Episode 11

    of people use pop music to help them learn English – it’s usually quite easy to find the lyrics – the words ... the verbs 'listen' and 'hear'. Tess and Ravi use both of them in the podcast. Tess: ... forget to use 'to'. 'Listen to music'. Adam: Or 'listen to the radio', ...

    editor_kirk - 19 Jul 2017 - 16:59 - 72 comments

  11. British English and American English

    Grammar Americans use the present perfect tense less than speakers of British English and a British ... English, ‘ have got ’ is often used for the possessive sense of ‘ have ’ and ‘ have got to ’ is informally ... used for ‘ have to ’. This is much less common in American English. Brit. I’ve got two sisters. US ...

    editor_adam - 7 Feb 2017 - 08:19

  12. Unit 4: Starting and finishing emails

    which we use for starting and finishing emails. We use these in formal and informal emails: Starting ... wishes, You also need to know which phrases to use only in a formal email or an informal one:   Formal ...

    editor_kirk - 25 Oct 2017 - 08:39 - 89 comments

  13. Managing diversity

    of things you are referring to here? Mr Griffin Okay, let’s see. Well, one growing area of discrimination ... And won? Mr Griffin Sometimes, yes. Then there are people with a criminal background. Employers used ...

    admin - 23 Mar 2017 - 08:31 - 13 comments

  14. Series 04 Episode 20

    to use? You can study all the rules in a grammar book. Jo: But you probably won't remember all those ... you liked all of the topics and found them all interesting and useful. Kochaina from Poland, ... I can't take your suitcase. What are you going to use when you go? Carolina: I'm staying here until ...

    editor_kirk - 19 Jul 2017 - 16:59 - 205 comments

  15. Assassination

    in this way, their name coming possibly from their habit of eating hashish. Headcount Throughout history, ... the conspirators tried to use. Inexplicable And what about those public figures who were targeted out of the blue? ...

    editor_adam - 7 Feb 2017 - 08:20 - 32 comments

  16. Problem Questions

    The purpose of a Problem Question is to provide practice in applying specific methods in response to professional problems. ...

    editor_adam - 8 Feb 2017 - 13:43 - 25 comments

  17. London 1: Piece by Piece

    How did Shakespeare make it big in London? Find out as actor and producer Ben Crystal explores the places in London where Shakespeare worked. What cities in your country attract young talent? What is it about those cities that attracts them? Have you ever ...

    editor_kirk - 27 Jun 2016 - 08:56 - 19 comments

  18. Literature Surveys: Structure 2

    details of the work you are referring to Quotation- the exact words from the work you are using ... are doing, you may have to include one or more of the following: Citation- reference to bibliographical ... in quotation marks Bibliography- list of relevant works Summary- a summary of the work(s) you are making use ...

    editor_adam - 8 Feb 2017 - 13:43 - 1 comment

  19. Penny Sweets

    when maybe we’d been good my mum or my dad would give us 10p and we used to go round to the corner shop ... I always used to go for the Flying Saucers. You put them on your tongue and you can feel them ... used to eat these as a child, well she used to eat these when I was a child and she said that they were ...

    admin - 24 May 2016 - 12:27 - 42 comments

  20. Paris Scene 2

    can use expressions with '-ing' to explain how we do things. For example, the picture seller ... trying my best. Your English is very good. Woman: Well, I'm French but I use English a lot. English ... is a really useful language. Around here there are a lot of tourists so they often speak to me in English. ...

    editor_jeremy - 1 Apr 2016 - 08:24 - 47 comments

  21. Northern Ireland Scene 2

    but he asked someone else (the hotel receptionist) to do it. We use this structure (have + object + past ... Download Support Pack (601KB) Exercise Exercise Grammar: have something done United Kingdom tourism ghosts ...

    editor_jeremy - 1 Apr 2016 - 08:43 - 41 comments

  22. Homes of the Future

    the collocations using the words given? Exercise   Choose the 5 things you see in the video. Exercise   home ... to the day, but this is no ordinary shower. It’s using rain water collected from the roof and heated by solar ... It redefines the simple... chair. This rocks- literally. And it’s a library as well. So I can grab my favourite ...

    editor_adam - 6 Jul 2017 - 14:22 - 50 comments

  23. Innovation is GREAT- Part 1

    in the video? Exercise Type 'which' or 'that/which' into these sentences. Exercise Grammar ... Ah. I've used one of these before. Yeah, they're excellent. Tom: Dyson Airblade ... is the fastest, most hygienic hand dryer. It uses a Dyson digital motor which rotates at over 5 times the speed ...

    editor_jeremy - 8 Feb 2016 - 07:28 - 44 comments

  24. Literature Surveys: Structure 1

    details of the work you are referring to Quotation- the exact words from the work you are using ... are doing, you may have to include one or more of the following: Citation- reference to the bibliographical ... in quotation marks Bibliography- a list of relevant works Summary- a summary of the work(s) you are making use ...

    editor_adam - 21 Mar 2017 - 07:34 - 4 comments

  25. Hospital Scene 2- Language Focus

    Rob and Stephen talk about the third conditional, some medical vocabulary and ‘neither’ and ‘nor’. exercise Download Support Pack (578KB) Watch the video. Then go to the Tasks and do the activities. exercise healthcare & medicine B1 exercise ...

    editor_kirk - 4 Apr 2016 - 15:40 - 32 comments

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