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The course focuses on the most commonly used English grammar structures and practices all four skills in a variety of authentic and communicative contexts. It is designed for use both in the classroom and as a self-study learning tool.
Grammar in the Real World
This section introduces the target structure(s) in a realistic context using contemporary texts such as a website or short article. A Notice activity draws students’ attention to the target structures in the text, guiding their own analysis of form, meaning, and use.
Grammar Presentation begins with an overview that describes the grammar in an easy-to-understand summary.
Charts provide clear guidance on the form, meaning and use of the target grammar for ease of instruction and reference.
Grammar Application keep students engaged with a wide variety of exercises that introduce new and stimulating content.
Data from the Real World takes students beyond traditional information and teaches them how the unit's grammar is used in authentic situations, including differences between spoken and written use. Contextualized practice moves from controlled to open-ended, teaching meaningful language for real communicative purposes.
Theme-related exercises boost fluency by providing grammar practice in a variety of different contexts.
Avoid Common Mistakes is based on a database of over 135,000 essays. Students learn to avoid the most common mistakes English language learners make and develop self-editing skills to improve their speaking and writing.
Editing Task gives learners an opportunity to practice identifying and correcting commonly made errors - both important skills needed in their university studies.
Useful charts and grammar rules in the Student's Book that can be used for reference.