American Chatterbox 4: 4: Workbook
Stimulating activities within a graded syllabus, giving confidence in all four skills.
- Paperback | 64 pages
- 218 x 279 x 6mm | 180g
- 01 Dec 1994
- Oxford University Press
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- black and white illustrations throughout
Table of contents
AMERICAN CHATTERBOX ; SCOPE AND SEQUENCE CHART LEVEL 1 ; UNIT 1 ; Language items ; Hello. Goodbye. ; What's your name? ; I'm ... ; My name's Woody. ; Who's this? This is ... ; Possessives: my/your ; The alphabet. ; Functions and topics ; Greeting and saying goodbye. ; Asking someone's name. ; Introducing yourself. ; Introducing others. ; Talking about possession. ; UNIT 2 ; Language items ; Listen, please. ; What's this? ; Article: a + noun. ; Good morning. How are you? ; I'm fine, thank you. ; Functions and topics ; Commands. ; Identifying things. ; Further greetings and responses. ; UNIT 3 ; LANGUAGE ITEMS ; Numbers 1-10. ; How old are you? I'm ten. ; We're twins. ; This is 943-1286. ; Article: an + a e i o u ; Functions and topics ; Counting. ; Talking about age. ; Telephone numbers. ; UNIT 4 ; Language items ; It's a kite. ; Functions and topics ; Naming common toys and household objects. ; UNIT 5 ; Language items ; He's seven. She's eight. ; Possessives: his/her ; Review. ; Functions and topics ; Talking about possession. ; UNIT 6 ; Language items ; Is it an airplane? ; Yes, it is. / No, it isn't. ; ARTICLE: THE + NOUN. ; Adjectives: the big/small box. ; Functions and topics ; Asking for information. ; Specifying particular objects. ; UNIT 7 ; Language items ; I have a big nose. ; This is my mother. ; She has big eyes. ; We have a letter. ; Functions and topics ; Describing people: faces and hair. ; Members of the family. ; UNIT 8 ; Language items ; Do you have your bag? ; Yes I do. / No I don't. ; Does she have her umbrella? ; Yes, she does. / No, she doesn't. ; Adjectives: tall, short, etc. ; Functions and topics ; Asking for information. ; Describing people. ; UNIT 9 ; Language items ; Can you see an elephant? ; Yes, I can. / No, I can't. ; Whose cage is this? ; Possessive 's: the lion's cage. ; Turn right, turn left. ; FUNCTIONS AND TOPICS ; Talking about ability. ; Talking about possession. ; Zoo animals. ; Giving directions. ; UNIT 10 ; Language items ; Show me the green kite. ; What color is her skirt? ; It's red. ; Review. ; Functions and topics ; Colors. ; Clothes. ; UNIT 11 ; Language items ; He has brown legs. ; He's from the United States. ; Functions and topics ; Parts of the body. ; Saying where people or things come from. ; UNIT 12 ; Language items ; Plural nouns: -s/ -es. ; There's ... / There are ... ; Is there ... ? ; Yes, there is. / No, there isn't. ; Prepositions: in, on. ; Functions and topics ; Describing situations. ; Asking for information. ; Specifying location. ; UNIT 13 ; Language items ; How many monsters are there? ; How many ... can you see? ; Preposition: at + the bank, etc. ; Functions and topics ; Asking about number. ; Stores and places in town. ; UNIT 14 ; Language items ; What time is it? ; It's twelve o'clock. ; At eleven o' clock ... ; ... in the morning/evening. ; Functions and topics ; Asking and telling the time. ; Specifying the time of day. ; UNIT 15 ; Language items ; Square, circle, triangle. ; Review. ; Functions and topics ; Talking about shape.