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Activities

1. Key Vocabulary.

2. Lead-in.

3. Language Focus One.

4. Pronunciation One.

5. Language Practice One

6. Listening.

7. Writing.

8. Language Focus Two.

9. Language Practice Two.

10. Reading.

11. Vocabulary.

12. Pronunciation Two.

13. Business Communication.

14. Final task.

 

Teaching hints

1. Read a short text; write down the words in bold and look them up in your dictionary. Play the tape and listen to the text (Students book, page 94, section Key Vocabulary).

2.1. Look at the pictures and answer the questions (Students book, page 94, section Lead-in, exercise 1).

2.2. Read the text to check your answers (Students book, page 95, section Lead-in, exercise 2).

3.1. Study grammatical rules concerning the usage of modal verbs (Students book, Grammar Reference, page 153, subsection May, might, and could).

3.2. Study 'The Big Mac Index' (Students book, page 95, section Language Focus One, exercise 1).

3.3. Play the tape and listen to the sentences; then answer the question (Students book, page 95, section Language Focus One, exercise 2).

4. Play the tape and listen to the words; then answer the questions (Students book, page 96, section Pronunciation One, exercises 1, 2, 3, 4).

5.1. Read the sentences and match them to possible reasons (Students book, page 96, section Language Practice One, exercise 1).

5.2. Play the tape and listen to a business analyst; then add the names of countries and parts of the world to the charts (Students book, page 97, section Language Practice One, exercise 2).

5.3. Write the possible reasons for the facts (Students book, page 97, section Language Practice One, exercise 3).

5.4. Fill in the gaps; use words from the box (Workbook, page 50, section Language Practice One).

6. Play the tape and listen to Tom Armstrong; then complete the table (Students book, page 98, section Listening, exercise 1).

7.1. Study grammatical rules concerning the usage of the connectors to show addition of information (Students book, Grammar Reference, page 157, subsection Connectors to show additional information).

7.2. Read the examples to see how the connectors are used (Students book, page 98, section Writing, exercise 1).

7.3. Match the connector with its position (Students book, page 98, section Writing, exercise 2).

7.4. Complete the sentences using one of the connectors (Students book, page 98, section Writing, exercise 3).

7.5. Write sentences, use the connectors in brackets (Workbook, page 51, section Writing).

8.1. Study grammatical rules concerning the usage of the Active and Passive Voice (Students book, Grammar Reference, page 154, section Active and Passive Voice).

8.2. Look at the diagram of the car engine; then answer the questions (Students book page 99, section Language Focus Two, exercise 1).

8.3. Complete the sentences (Students book, page 99, section Language Focus Two, exercise 2).

9.1. Write the paragraph using the passive form of the verb in brackets (Students book, page 100, section Language Practice Two, exercise 1).

9.2. Look at the diagram. Complete the six sentences in full (Students book, page 101, section Language Practice Two, exercises 2, 3).

9.3. Change sentences using the passive form of the verb (Workbook, page 51, section Language Practice Two, exercise 2).

10.1. Read the text No Quick Respite in sight for M & S, then answer the questions (Students book, page 102, section Reading, exercises 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6).

10.2. Write which factor in the business environment affected sales in each market (Students book, page 102, section Reading, exercise 7).

11.1. Fill the table with verbs and nouns; add the words from the box to the table (Students book, page 103, section Vocabulary, exercises 1, 2).

11.2. Complete the sentences with the correct adjectives (Workbook, page 48, section Vocabulary, exercise 2).

11.3. Read the article AFG to leave Western Europe after 80 years, then answer the questions (Workbook, page 49, section Vocabulary).

11.4. Fill in the gaps using a word or phrase from the box (Workbook, page 48, section Vocabulary, exercise 3).

11.5. Answer the questions (Workbook, page 49, section Reading,).

12.1. Play the tape and listen to how the verb and noun are pronounced. Repeat the words (Students book, page 103, section Pronunciation Two, exercise 1).

12.2. Play the tape and listen to seven sentences. Answer the question (Students book, page 103, section Pronunciation Two, exercise 2).

13.1. Look at the graph and read the sentences (Students book, page 104, section Business Communication, exercise 1).

13.2. Complete the sentences using the graph (Students book, page 104, section Business Communication, exercise 1).

13.3. Look at the graph again and answer the questions (Students book, page 104, section Business Communication, exercise 2).

13.4. Play the tape and listen to the sentences. Are they true or false? (Students book, page 105, section Business Communication, exercise 3).

14.1. Study the graphs showing cinema attendance for Poland, Germany, Britain (Students book, page 105, section Final Task, exercise 1); and for France and Italy (Students book, Communication Activities, page 148).

14.2. Write a short report about cinema-going in Europe (Students book, page 105, section Final Task, exercise 3).

 

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Activities

1. Key Vocabulary.

2. Lead-in.

3. Language Focus One.

4. Pronunciation

5. Language Practice One.

6. Reading

7. Writing

8. Vocabulary

9. Language Focus Two.

10. Pronunciation.

11. Language Practice Two.

12. Listening.

13. Business Communication.

14. Final Task.


Teaching hints

1. Read a short text; write down the words in bold and look them up in your dictionary. Play the tape and listen to the text (Students book, page 108, section Key Vocabulary).

2. Answer the quiz questions (Students book, page 108, section Lead-in).

3.1. Study grammatical rules concerning the usage of the types of numerals (Students book, section Grammar Reference, page 160, section Numerals).

3.2. Look at the numbers and write the category they belong to. Say the numbers (Students book, page 109, section Language Focus One, exercise 1).

4.1. Look at the written form of the dates, times, money and dimensions; then listen to the tape and repeat the numerals (Students book, section Pronunciation, page 109,section Pronunciation, exercise 1).

4.2. Read the numerals in the box (Students book, page 109, section Pronunciation, exercise 2).

5.1. Play the tape and listen to the text; then complete the paragraph with cardinal numbers (Students book, page 110, section Language Practice One, Cardinal numbers, exercises 1, 2).

5.2. Look at the chart showing the most expensive cities in the world. Play the tape and listen to the text; then complete the gaps in the chart (Students book, page 110, section Language Practice One, Ordinal numbers, exercises 1, 2).

5.3. Look at the bar chart showing annual holidays in different countries. Play the tape and listen to the text; then complete the figures at the end of each bar (Students book, page 110, section Language Practice One, Decimals, exercises 1, 2).

5.4. Look at the pie chart showing the average weekly expenditure of a British person. Play the tape and listen to the text; then answer the questions (Students book, page 111, section Language Practice One, Percentages, exercise 1).

5.5. Play the tape and listen to the conversation; then complete the table (Students book, page 111, section Language Practice One, Percentages, exercise 3).

5.6. Make your own pie chart showing your weekly expenditure (Students book, page 111, section Language Practice One, Percentages, exercise 4).

5.7. Choose the correct answer (Workbook, page 60, section Language Practice One, exercise 1).

5.8. Indicate the correct statements (Workbook, page 61, section Language Practice One, exercise 2).

5.9. Complete the paragraph with the correct ordinal numbers (Workbook, page 62, section Language Practice One, exercise 3).

6. Read the text Treat yourself to a euro deposit, then answer the questions (Students book, pages 112 - 113, section Reading, exercises 1, 2, 3).

7.1. Study grammatical rules concerning the usage of the connectors for rephrasing and giving examples (Students book, Grammar Reference, page 157, subsection Connectors for rephrasing and giving examples).

7.2. Read the summary of the text and answer the questions (Students book, page 113, section Writing, exercises 1, 2).

7.3. Complete the gaps with an appropriate connector (Students book, page 114, section Writing, exercise 3).

7.4. Match the expressions and join them with a connecting word or phrase (Students book, page 114, section Writing, exercise 4).

8.1. Remember the words that can be used as partners to the noun account. Write a few words that can be partners to the noun manager (Students book, page 114, section Vocabulary, exercises 1, 2).

8.2. Complete the word partners (Students book, page 115, section Vocabulary, exercise 3).

9.1. Study grammatical rules concerning transitive and intransitive verbs (Students book,Grammar Reference, page 154, section Transitive and Intransitive Verbs).

9.2. Read the three pairs of sentences and answer the questions (Students book, page 115, section Language Focus Two, exercises 1, 2).

9.3. Match each verb with the correct meaning (Students book, page 115, section Language Focus Two, exercise 3).

9.3. Complete the table (Students book, page 116, section Language Focus Two, exercise 4).

10.1. Play the tape. Number the words in order you hear them, then listen and repeat the words (Students book, page 116, section Pronunciation, exercises 1, 2).

10.2. Play the tape. Listen and repeat the sentences in Language Focus Two, exercise 2.

11.1. Select the correct sentence from each group (Students book, page 116, section Language Practice Two, exercise 1).

11.2. Fill the gaps with the correct verb and tense (Students book, page 117, section Language Practice Two, exercise 2).

11.3. Complete the text Trouble in store for Nightingale with the correct tense of the verbs rise, raise, arise (Workbook, page 62, section Language Practice Two).

12.1. Think about questions 1-4, write your answers (Students book, page 117, section Listening, exercise 2).

12.2. Play, listen and complete the summary (Students book, page 118, section Listening, exercise 3).

13.1. Study grammatical rules concerning the usage of modal verbs. (Students book, Grammar Reference, page 153, section Modal Verbs).

13.2. Put the phrases into the scale (Workbook, page 64, section Business Communication, exercise 1).

13.3. Complete the gaps (Workbook, page 64, section Business Communication, exercise 2).

14.1. Read the paragraph and write your answers (Students book, page 64, section Final task).


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