Advance with English: Teacher's Book Level 1

Advance with English: Teacher's Book Level 1

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A five-part course that presents English as a language for international communication. Advance with English revises the main elements of the language and provides graded practice of skills. There is a wide range of reading topics and an emphasis on developing reading skills. The course provides pronunciation practice for commonly confused sounds, and spelling rules and advice. The exercises in creative writing help students to develop confidence and skills in their own writing.show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 159 pages
  • 210 x 300mm | 415g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • 0194260208
  • 9780194260206

Table of contents

ADVANCE WITH ENGLISH ; SUMMARY OF GRAMMAR CONTENTS ; LEVEL 1 ; This is...That is..; a, an; my, your; Are these...Those are... ; What is...? It's a..; What are these? They are..; Yes/No questions; short answers ; Demonstrative adjectives; adverb phrases of place; adjectives; Where is/are..; revision of cardinal numbers; the time; The definite article; Questions with or; John's, his, her, he, she, you; I with to be; We, you, they; the present continuous tense; me, him, her, etc; adverbs/adverbial particles; There is/are..; Have (got) some, any; How many?; Something, anything, nothing, etc; There are..; its, our, their, your; revision of ordinal numbers; the present perfect tense; Revision of the calendar; pronouns as indirect objects; revision of common prepositions; Uncountable nouns; a glass of water, etc; made of; More practice with uncountable nouns; possessives; One, ones; going to ; LEVEL 2 ; The simple past tense; More practice with past tense; The simple present tense; Preposition phrases: adverbials of time; the indirect object; Who, Which, and Whose; short answers and indirect questions; Many, much, a few, a little,a lot of, too much, too many, etc; Too; enough; verb pattern; here ... and there ... with verbs; Orders and requests; verb pattern: make, let! plus to; Verb patterns with ask, tell, etc; indirect questions with and without change in word order; Just, already, yet with the present perfect tense; still; reflexives; Gerunds in subject position, as direct objects and in complement position;verbs followed by -ing; What ... for? with gerunds; verbs, nouns and adjectives with prepositions; (Not) as ... as; adverb clauses of reason with because, as and sinceshow more