Lifelines 4: Coping Skills In English

Lifelines 4: Coping Skills In English

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This 4-volume, competency-based series integrates real-life skills with essential language, vocabulary, and cultural information. Individual, small group, and whole class exercises emphasize natural language and ample oral/aural practice.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 112 pages
  • 209 x 275.1 x 5.3mm | 258.78g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 2nd edition
  • 0130975443
  • 9780130975447

Table of contents

1. How have you been? Present perfect tense SkillsTalking about family newsGreeting friendsDiscussing time management 2. Used Cars Present tensePresent time clausesQuestion formation SkillsDescribing car problems and repairsUnderstanding a used car adResearching used car information 3. Money Present TensePresent time clausesComparative adjectives SkillsAnalyzing your own dietComparing fat and calorie content of foodsSuggesting exercise optionsExplaining a recipe 4. Credit Cards Past tense SkillsChecking a credit card statementExpressing opinions about credit cardsSolving math word problems about interest 5. A Car Accident Past tensePast continuousPast passiveShould SkillsExplaining an accidentDescribing damageAdvising a driver on procedures to follow in case of an accident 6. Thank you/I'm sorry GerundsPast tense SkillsExpressing thanksApologizingMaking excusesWriting a thank-you note 7. Housing Problems Present perfect tenseFor / Since SkillsComplaining about an apartment problemUnderstanding a tenant's rightsWriting a letter of complaint 8. A Medical Checkup Present perfect tenseFor / SinceHow long questions SkillsDescribing symptomsInquiring about a diagnosisSuggesting home remedies 9. Medical History Present perfect/past contrastQuestion formationRecently / Lately SkillsExplaining persistent medical problemsAnswering a doctor's questions during and examCompleting a medical history form 10. College Choices Present tenseComparatives SkillsUnderstanding the college application processComparing collegesChoosing a college 11. Community Resources Present perfect continuousCouldWould SkillsUnderstanding local mental health agenciesExplaining personal problemsSuggesting appropriate hotlines 12. The Job Interview Tense contrast-present, past, present perfectShould SkillsUnderstanding the interview processExplaining job, educational, and character strengthsAnalyzing classified adsDeveloping a job resume 13. A Robbery Past passiveShould have SkillsReporting a robberyProtecting your home against a robbery 14. The United States Government Present tensePast tense SkillsUnderstanding the Bill of RightsDescribing the three branches of governmentUnderstanding the Constitution 15. The Telephone Embedded questions SkillsAsking for informationLeaving a message Appendix Common Irregular Verbsshow more