Cutting Edge, Advanced, Students' Book by Sarah Cunningham, Araminta Crace, Jonathan Bygrave, Peter

By Sarah Cunningham, Araminta Crace, Jonathan Bygrave, Peter Moor

* a spotlight on high-frequency important vocabulary is helping scholars say what they wish to claim * common, well-structured conversing projects inspire scholars to precise themselves extra greatly and fluently *'Do You have in mind' sections in each unit and additional Consolidation modules offer commonplace evaluate and consolidation * pupil Books contain Mini-Dictionary to assist novices examine independently.

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Give them 5-10 minutes and then bring the whole class together to conduct the feedback. Encourage them to give short answers where applicable but then to expand on these if possible (see suggestions in brackets in the answer key). Anmcn 1 No, theyl don't (Toshi doesn't Al plays baseball and ice hockey and goes ice-skating and sailing. Manuela goes swimming) 2 Al goes iceskating and plays ice hockey. Manwla meets friends in restaurants and bars and they chat. ) 4 Near a lake. 5 In spring. 6 They drive to the beach, sunbathe,and go swimming.

We can drink this champagne from those cups! Cheers! 3 Students now need to practise using There is/are and a/some/any in context. Focus attention on the photo of Helen's kitchen. Model some sentences yourself in both affirmative and negative and with singular nouns with a and noun phrases with some. Make sure some is weak Isam/. Drill the sentences around the class, correcting mistakes carefully. Examples There are some cupboards. There's a cooker. There's a new fridge. There aren't any glasses.

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