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Intermediate 1

You will need these materials to follow the course:

efl intermediate

  • English for life. Intermediate. Student’s book with multiROM Pack.  ISBN: 978-0-19-430760-4.This pack includes:
      • Student’s Book
      • Student’s MultiROM
  • English for life. Intermediate. Workbook with key.ISBN: 978-0-19-430764-2

INTERMEDIATE I CONTENTS

 NEWSPAPERS IN ENGLISH

“EL PAIS” IN ENGLISH


 UNIT 1. GIVING BASIC INFORMATIONpersonal infor

UNIT 2 TALKING ABOUT REGULAR AND TEMPORARY ACTIVITIES

UNIT 4 TALKING ABOUT FUTURE ARRANGEMENTS

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To be constipated

 FIRST TERM READER  “irelandAll about Ireland”

 Emily Winston. Burlington. Activity reader

Vocabulary: Claddagh ring

UNIT 5 EXPRESSIONS WITH GET

get inspired

  • You can visit this website: 36 expressions with get and create a spider diagram (to develop an illustration for the topic of “get”)
  • Here you have an example

SPIDERGRAM_get 001

Then write a paragraph about a typical day in your lives using some of the expressions with get.

UNIT 6  EVENTS IN THE PAST

Simple past revision from Maribel Gonzalez

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UNIT 7  THE 90/10 SECRET

UNIT 8 TALKING ABOUT POSSESSIONS

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

 UNIT 9 RENTING ACCOMMODATIONrenting

UNIT 11 ACCOMMODATION ADVERTISEMENTS

house ads

 UNIT 10. GRAMMAR

UNIT 12

UNIT 13 NOUNS AND ADJECTIVES

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WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE NUMBER?

Christmas

This song is a protest song about the Vietnam War. John Lennon and Yoko Ono  regularly campaigned for peace, and in 1969 they rented billboards and posters in eleven cities around the world with the message:

if you want

UNIT 14 TAKING ABOUT PAST EVENTS AND EXPERIENCES

The present perfect with ever is often followed by the simple past. We use the simple past to give more information about a completed action, when referring to a specific time or context.

Have you ever been to Italy? Yes, I have. I was in Rome in 1998 when I worked in a travel agency.
 

UNIT 15: An interview to the French spiderman interview

2nd Term Reader

Dian and the Gorillas”.  Dominoes Three. OXFORD. dian and the gorillasVideo

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UNIT 16. TALKING ABOUT NUMBERS

UNIT 17 TALKING ABOUT HEALTH AND FITNESS

Vocabulary

go for/ go to / go+ V_ing

UNIT 18 TALKING ABOUT THE FUTURE

You can have a look at unit 50 Pre-intermediate II. Comparing will-going to

UNIT 19 GIVING SOME ADVICE

UNIT 20 TALKING ABOUT A RELATIONSHIP

UNIT 21 TRANSPORT PROBLEMS

  •  Emergency signs

UNIT 22 EVENTS AT DIFFERENT TIMES IN THE PAST

The past perfect tense

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Movie segment: Past perfect

Power point

A SONG: Good bye my lover. James Blunt

UNIT 24 BOOKING A FLIGHT

english prepositions

Put in order this dialogue.

Exercises

FOOD DESCRIBING

UNIT 25 DESCRIBING FOOD

Here you have again a wordmap. Complete it  with the vocabulary from this unit.

did you know

off is used to describe food when it is not fresh or good enough to eat, e.g. This milk is off. However, with products such as bread, biscuits and cake, we usually use stale, e.g. These biscuits are stale.

Some English idioms and expressions related to food:

  • Go bananas: When someone becomes very emotional and starts behaving in a crazy way, piece cake

e.g. “If you announce that you’re going to leave your work, your parents will go bananas!

  • Spill the beans: If you reveal a secret or talk about something private, e.g. “Come on! Spill the beans! What did she say?”(= to let the cat out of the bag).
  •        Here you have more English idioms and idiomatic expressions.

UNIT 26 CHECKING AND CONFIRMING INFORMATION

question-tags COMIC

UNIT 27 DESCRIBING DIFFERENT DISHESSHEEP

Euphemistic names for some kinds of meat

DESCRIBING DIFFERENT DISHES

UNIT 29 TALKING ABOUT DISASTERSEARTHQUAKE

DISASTERS

UNIT 30 TAKING ABOUT IMAGINARY SITUATIONS

Second conditional

 

QUESTIONS QUESTIONS 001

UNIT 32 CHECKING INTO A HOTEL

Checking guests in and out

 

UNIT 33 USING UNCOUNTABLE AND PLURAL NOUNS

 

 

UNIT 34 TALKING ABOUT PAST HABITS AND STATES

Recommended readers:

Oxford bookworms. Stage 2. For example:

LOVE AMONG

RUE MORGUE

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