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1 Macmillan Practice Online is the easy way to get all the benefits of online learning and with over 100 courses to choose from, covering all competence levels and ranging from business English to exam practice and from academic to general English, you re sure to find the one that suits your needs. Take a look at the syllabus below for a complete list of the resources offered by this Macmillan Practice Online course. This course accompanies 'Straightforward Intermediate'. There are twelve units in this course. Resources are grouped into five categories:,,, Reading and Listening, and ''. UNIT 1 Lessons 1A-1C This syllabus item provides practice of the kind of language we use to talk about people. It also provides practice of stative verbs, questions and present tenses. Listening to a journalist from a men's fashion magazine, CHAPS, stopping four men in the street and asking them about their self-image and rearranging words to make correct questions. Understanding global meaning by choosing the correct answer to five multiple-choice questions on a text about an unusual child. Contrasting the present simple and present continuous. Practising the present simple and the present continuous. Practising question words. Practising phrasal verbs that describe what people are doing. Practising word formation. Practising phrasal verbs. Checking your knowledge of stative verbs. Checking your knowledge of Wh- questions that ask about a subject. Checking your knowledge of Wh- questions that ask about an object. Checking your knowledge of present simple and continuous use. Stative verbs Present simple v continuous Wh- questions: subject Wh- questions: object Noisy neighbours Life in the big city My cousin Jane Street scene 1

2 Salvador Dali You are what you wear Winston Churchill Paper 1 Reading Part 4 UNIT 2 Lessons 2A-2C This syllabus item provides practice of the kind of language we use to talk about travelling around the world. It also provides practice of the present perfect and the past simple. Identifying the correct tense in sentences. Practising words for journeys. Practising collocations. Checking your knowledge of the difference between the use of the past simple and the present perfect. Checking your knowledge of the use of the prepositions of time, 'for' and 'since'. Checking your knowledge of the use of 'ever' and 'never'. Practising the present perfect and the past simple. Practising the past simple. Practising separable and non-separable phrasal verbs. Listening to information about Framlingham Castle and choosing the correct answers. Deciding if statements about a text on a trip to Arundel Castle are true or false. Past simple v present perfect Prepositions of time: for v since Adverbs of frequency: ever and never Timeways travel Last winter... Phrasal verbs Travel around the world Describing journeys Take a holiday Framlingham Castle Paper 1 Reading Part 3 Word linking 2

3 UNIT 3 Lessons 3A-3C This syllabus item provides practice of the kind of language we use to talk about accommodation and homes. It also provides practice of modals of obligation, permission and prohibition and making requests. Listening to a teenager describing his bedroom. Understanding people's opinions and feelings as well as specific information by listening to a couple talking about inviting an exchange student to stay with them and their daughter, Practising vocabulary associated with things you might say or be told in a hotel. Reading three advertisements offering accommodation and matching vocabulary and abbreviations with their definitions. Practising ways of making requests. Practising the modal verbs 'can't' and 'must'. Practising the modal verbs 'mustn't', 'don't have to', 'don't need to' and 'needn't'. Practising making offers and requests. Checking your knowledge of using can, may or be allowed to to ask for and give permission. Checking your knowledge of using forms of 'must', 'need' and 'have to' to talk about obligation and necessity. Identifying polite or impolite intonation in requests. Permission: can, may, be allowed to Obligation/necessity: need, needn't, must, mustn't, have to, don't have to, needn't have, didn't need to. Offers and requests When in Rome... Bills included? Requests My bedroom Can't, and must Modal verbs Paper 2 Part 4 Intonation UNIT 4 Lessons 4A-4C This syllabus item provides practice of the kind of language we use to talk about being lucky and taking risks. It also provides practice of past tenses and linkers. Practising the weak and strong forms of 'was', 'were', 'can' and 'are'. Checking your knowledge of past simple and past continuous use. Checking your knowledge of the use of the past simple and the past perfect. Checking your knowledge of 'both... and', 'either... or', 'neither... nor'. Checking your knowledge of the connectors of time. Contrasting the past simple and past continuous. Contrasting the past simple and past perfect. Practising 'so' and 'neither' and the auxiliary verbs that you use with them in short responses. Completing a text about British superstitions using the first conditional. Reading for specific information and deciding if statements about a text on the sport of BASE jumping are true or false. Listening to a conversation about lucky charms. 3

4 Past simple v past continuous Past simple v past perfect Determiners - quantifiers: both... and, either... or, neither... nor Connectors: time Past simple and past continuous Past simple v past perfect A day at school If you walk under a ladder... Paper 1 Reading Part 3 Lucky charms Weak and strong forms UNIT 5 Lessons 5A-5C This syllabus item provides practice of the kind of language we use to talk about buying and selling. It also provides practice of comparatives and prefixes. Practising comparatives using '-er... than', 'more... than' and 'less... than'. Practising comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs. Using prefixes to make negative adjectives. Checking your knowledge of irregular comparatives. Checking your knowledge of '(not) as... as' and 'less... than'. Checking your knowledge of the comparatives of adverbs. Practising negative adjective prefixes. Practising words associated with marketing. Listening to a telephone sales person trying to sell an advertisement. Reading a text about IKEA and looking for specific information. Practising the consonants /s/, /z/ and /ʃ/. Comparative adjectives: irregular comparatives Comparative adjectives: (not) as... as; less... than Comparison of adverbs: comparatives Our holiday Supermarket reviews Prefixes Negative adjective prefixes A successful exhibition Selling advertisements Reading Part 5 Consonant sounds 4

5 UNIT 6 Lessons 6A-6C This syllabus item provides practice of the kind of language we use to talk about holidays and plans for travelling. It also provides practice of future tenses and indirect questions. Practising the present continuous. Practising 'will', 'going to' or the present continuous to complete short conversations. Practising the future with 'will' and 'won't'. Practising embedded questions. Practising verbs with 'go' and 'get'. Practising words for journeys. Playing a game identifying words that collocate in sentences related to travelling in order to get through the haunted graveyard. Practising syllable stress. Checking your knowledge of when to use the future with 'will/won't'. Checking your knowledge of the different uses of the future with 'going to'. Checking your knowledge of the different tenses to talk about the future. Listening to an aircraft announcement. Future with will/won't: use Future with going to: use Future tenses: will/ won't v going to v present continuous Sally's diary What are your plans? Peter telephones Sally Hotel requests Why did I go on holiday? Travel around the world Ghosts An aircraft announcement Words with more than three syllables Game UNIT 7 Lessons 7A-7C This syllabus item provides practice of the kind of language we use to talk about changes and dilemmas in life. It also provides practice of the present perfect continuous and giving advice. Practising phrasal verbs used to talk about relationships. Checking your knowledge of when to use the present perfect continuous. Checking your knowledge of the use of the present perfect simple and continuous. Checking your knowledge of using 'should' and 'ought to' to give advice and opinions. Practising the present perfect continuous. Contrasting the present perfect simple and continuous. Practising the present perfect simple and continuous. Practising structures used for giving advice to someone who has not been working at a company for long. Identifying the speaker's feelings about accepting a job offer by listening to his intonation and clicking on sure or unsure. identifying speakers' attitudes from their intonation by listening to people talking about their holidays and choosing the correct attitude for each speaker. 5

6 Present perfect continuous: use Present perfect simple v continuous Advice/opinion: should, ought to Present perfect continuous Present perfect simple and continuous Ibiza - paradise lost Advice from an old hand Chat room introduction No regrets! Are you sure you want that new job? Speaking with feeling UNIT 8 Lessons 8A-8C This syllabus item provides practice of the kind of language we use to talk about crime and the news. It also provides practice of the second and third conditionals and making offers. Checking your knowledge of the uses of the second conditional. Checking your knowledge of the uses of the third conditional. Checking your knowledge of how to use 'would' with the second and third conditionals. Checking your knowledge of how to use 'would' to make offers. Distinguishing the sounds /ʊ/ and /u:/ in single words. Practising the second conditional. Practising zero, first, second and third conditional sentences. Completing sentences using the first, second and third conditional. Practising making offers and requests. Practising different types of news categories. Playing a game recognizing and matching phrasal verbs with drawings. Listening to a plan to kidnap a racehorse for money. Second conditional: use Third conditional: use Would: conditional Would: offers Second conditional Conditional sentences Conditionals Offers and requests Here is the news... A kidnap plan Usual Suspects Vowel sounds Game 6

7 UNIT 9 Lessons 9A-9C This syllabus item provides practice of the kind of language we use to talk about shops and shopping. It also provides practice of articles, determiners and quantifiers. Practising 'so' and 'enough', and 'so/too' followed by 'much/many', 'little' and 'few' and choosing the correct answer to complete sentences. Using determiners to complete a newspaper article about a survey asking people about social issues. Using articles to complete a text about marketing strategies. Practising phrases you might need while shopping. Using common compound nouns to complete a text about . Practising phrasal verbs with 'take'. Practising the use of collocations relating to telephone language. Listening to two people talking about a late delivery and noting the details which need to be included in an to the customer. Listening to someone making a complaint. Checking your knowledge of '(not) enough' and 'too + adjective + infinitive' and putting the words in the correct order. Checking your knowledge of' 'little/a little', 'few/a few' and choosing the right words to complete the sentences. Checking your knowledge of 'all', 'half', 'none', 'the whole', 'most' and selecting the correct words to complete the sentences. Determiners - quantifiers: (not) enough, too + adj + infinitive Marketing strategies Going shopping Determiners - quantifiers: little/a little, few/a few Determiners - quantifiers: all, half, none, the whole, most Compound nouns Phrasal verbs with take Telephone calls Delayed deliveries Modifiers and quantifiers Social issues survey Complaining about a service 7

8 UNIT 10 Lessons 10A-10C This syllabus item provides practice of the kind of language we use to talk about mysteries and secrets. It also provides practice of modals of deduction, certainty and possibility and the use of the infinitive. Identifying the main stress in pairs of sentences with changing information. Checking your knowledge of using 'must' and 'can't' to talk about things you are certain of and to make deductions. Checking your knowledge of using 'can', 'could', 'may', and 'might' to talk about possibility. Checking your knowledge of the structure verb + object + infinitive. Checking your knowledge of the structure object + infinitive without 'to'. Listening to the description of the Nazca Lines in Peru. Focusing on detailed comprehension of points made, opinions expressed and vocabulary used in a text about UFOs. Grouping nouns with their related nouns and adjectives. Practising negative adjective prefixes. Practising the modal verbs 'can't' and 'must'. Practising modals of deduction, 'must' and 'can't', and of possibility, 'might' and 'could'. Practising the past simple and present perfect to complete a text about UFOs. Practising the structure of verbs followed by objects plus the infinitive. Certainty/deduction: must, can't Possibility: could, may, might Mr Smith and the UFO Verbs followed by an object and infinitive Word building Verb + object + verb: object + infinitive Verb + object + verb: object + infinitive without to Can't, and must Certainty and possibility Negative adjective prefixes Mysteries: the Nazca Lines Unidentified flying objects Paper 1 Part 1 Sentence stress 8

9 UNIT 11 Lessons 11A-11C This syllabus item provides practice of the kind of language we use to talk about sport. It also provides practice of the passive, 'have something done', 'make' and 'do', and question tags. Listening to a conversation about windsurfing. Checking your knowledge of active and passive voice. Checking your knowledge of passive modals. Checking your knowledge of the way in which we use 'have something done'. Checking your knowledge of question and reply tags. Checking your knowledge of question tags. Checking your knowledge of nouns and noun phrases used with 'make' and 'do'. Practising all forms of the passive. Contrasting active and passive verbs. Practising question tags. Practising phrasal verbs used to talk about sports and hobbies. Practising names of sports. Playing a game to identify words that collocate relating to sports. Practising the /ıə/ and /eə/ vowel sounds. The passive: passive v active Make v do: M-W The passive: modals Uses of have: have something done Question, reply tags: use Question tags: word order Make v do: A-L Passive forms The World Cup Question tags Why I love my hobby What's your favourite sport? The Magic Forest Windsurfing Same spelling, different sound Game 9

10 UNIT 12 Lessons 12A-12C This syllabus item provides practice of the kind of language we use to talk about money. It also provides practice of reported speech. Reading a text about the Wall Street Crash of Checking your knowledge of the tense changes used in reported speech. Checking your knowledge about reported speech. Checking your knowledge of reporting verbs. Checking your knowledge of 'Wh-' reported questions. Checking your knowledge of 'yes/no' reported questions. Identifying polite or impolite intonation in questions. Identifying polite or impolite intonation in requests. Practising reporting verbs. Practising reported statements. Practising reported questions. Practising direct and reported speech. Practising words used to talk about money. Matching business and money words with the correct definition. Practising words that are often confused. Playing a problemsolving game by creating a successful business on a new planet. Reported speech: tense changes Reported speech: changes Reporting verbs: list Reported questions: wh- questions Reported questions: yes/no questions Direct and reported speech Reported statements Interview questions Reported speech A banking complaint Money and business All about money Terraformer - Average Academic Reading Passage 3: The Wall Street Crash (Task 2) Intonation Intonation Game 10

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