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Upper Intermediate Student's Book

Chris Redston & Gillie Cunningham

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Cambridge University Press 978-0-521-60337-9 - Face2face Upper Intermediate Student's Book Chris Redston and Gillie Cunningham Frontmatter More information

Contents

Vocabulary 1 A life of learning

CD-ROM

p6 p8 p10 p12

p13

Grammar and Real World

Reading

1A­D language ability education verb patterns (1) Real World keeping a conversation going the English verb system uses of auxiliaries Under examination Who owns English?

1A A global language 1B My first week 1C Making the grade 1D Evening classes

1 Review and Progress Portfolio

2

Time for a change

CD-ROM

p14 p16 p18 p20

p21

2A­D expressing frequency feelings and opinions word building (1): suffixes Real World discussion language (1): agreeing and disagreeing politely present and past habits, repeated actions and states So what is good for me? Letter from abroad Timely tips

2A It's bad for you! 2B Life's different here 2C Managing my time 2D I see your point

2 Review and Progress Portfolio

be used to, get used to

3

It's against the law

CD-ROM

p22 p24 p26 p28

p29

3A­D types of crime, criminals and crime verbs crime and punishment verbs and prepositions Real World making, refusing and accepting offers second conditional; alternatives for if third conditional How honest are you? An unsuccessful robbery Protect your identity

3A Honesty 3B It's a crime 3C Identity theft 3D Do you need any help?

3 Review and Progress Portfolio

4

Telling stories

CD-ROM

p30 p32 p34 p36

p37

4A­D phrasal verbs (1) books and reading connecting words: reason and contrast ways of exaggerating Real World saying you're surprised or not surprised narrative verb forms; Past Perfect Continuous defining, non-defining and reduced relative clauses It must be true ... Book reviews April Fool!

4A Urban legends 4B Magical novels 4C Very funny! 4D How was your day?

4 Review and Progress Portfolio

5

Nature's best

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p38 p40 p42 p44

p45

5A­D animals plants and gardens back referencing adjectives for giving opinions Real World discussion language (2): opinions ways of comparing future verb forms; Future Continuous Living jewels The Eden Project The history of flowers How big is your ecological footprint?

5A Keeping koi 5B The global garden 5C That smells nice! 5D Ecological footprints

5 Review and Progress Portfolio

6

Breaking codes

CD-ROM

p46 p48 p50 p52

p53

6A­D phrases with take compound adjectives describing character guessing meaning from context Real World polite interruptions uses of verb+ing modal verbs (1); levels of certainty about the future Codes through the ages What every visitor to England needs to know

6A Codes of conduct

6B He's got no manners

6C Hidden messages

6D Am I interrupting?

6 Review and Progress Portfolio

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Listening

Help with Listening and Help with Fluency

Extended Speaking

Writing

An English learner profile Two university students Exam stories Doing evening classes contractions sentence stress and rhythm Help with Fluency sentence stress and rhythm Exam experiences Conversations about everyday topics Reading and Writing Portfolio 1 WB p64 A one-minute conversation

Two people's eating habits

Old and new habits Discussion about things that you're used to, etc.

Your eating habits Things your family are used to, etc.

Saving time Problems with young children Song Complicated

linking (1): consonant-vowel links; linking /r/ sounds Help with Fluency linking (1): consonantvowel links; linking /r/ sounds

How organised are you? Discussion about controversial statements Reading and Writing Portfolio 2 WB p66

Honesty questions Gun crime A lawyer-client meeting A phone conversation third conditional weak forms Help with Fluency sentence stress and weak forms (1) How life would have been different Discussion of real-life crimes Asking for help Reading and Writing Portfolio 3 WB p68 Your imaginary past

Famous urban legends

Two urban legends Completing a story

A practical joke A nightmare day Song I Heard it Through the Grapevine

predicting what comes next Help with Fluency sentence stress

Telling a true story Good day or bad day

Using connecting words in sentences

Reading and Writing Portfolio 4 WB p70

Comparing things A trip to the Eden Project The history of perfume A conversation about ecological footprints homophones Help with Fluency linking and contractions Life in the year 2050 Designing a new perfume or aftershave Discussions about the environment

Comparing places, people or things Personal plans and arrangements

Reading and Writing Portfolio 5 WB p72

Tips for a British tourist in your country A difficult colleague Breaking codes A day at the office linking (2): /w/, /j/ and /r/ sounds intonation: being polite The next two weeks Types of code

Tips on social codes The future of people you know

Two conversations Reading and Writing Portfolio 6 WB p74

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Vocabulary 7 Small world

CD-ROM

p54 p56 p58 p60

p61

Grammar and Real World

Reading

7A­D state verbs business and trade the Internet; word building (2): prefixes on the phone Real World problems on the phone simple and continuous aspects; activity and state verbs Present Perfect Simple and Present Perfect Continuous Changing China Our digital world

7A At the airport 7B The new superpower 7C Life in cyberspace 7D You're breaking up

7 Review and Progress Portfolio

8

Making ends meet

CD-ROM

p62 p64 p66 p68

p69

8A­D dealing with money phrasal verbs (2): money synonyms Real World apologising wishes (1); I hope ...; It's time ... wishes (2); should have How to make some extra cash International tipping etiquette

8A I'm broke 8B Every little helps 8C A bit extra 8D I didn't realise

8 Review and Progress Portfolio

9

Out and about

CD-ROM

p70 p72 p74 p76

p77

9A­D the cinema entertainment adjectives homonyms Real World making and responding to suggestions the passive And the winner is ... Michael Landy

9A The Oscars 9B What was it like? 9C Is it art? 9D It's up to you

9 Review and Progress Portfolio

as, like, such as, so, such

10

The great divide

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10A­D household jobs

10A How practical are you? p78

have /get something done, get somebody to do something, do something yourself

quantifiers Real World adding emphasis Men in the 21st century Women's roles

10B New man 10C The same but different 10D I did tell you!

10

p80 p82 p84

male, female and neutral words compound nouns and adjectives

Review and Progress Portfolio p85

11

11A

Making a living

Meeting up

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p86 p88 p90 p92

11A­D work collocations business collocations verb patterns (2): reporting verbs advertising Real World discussion language (3) describing future events; Future Perfect reported speech A problem at Daisy's

11B Going into business 11C The coffee shop 11D Advertising works

11

Review and Progress Portfolio p93

12

That's weird!

CD-ROM

p94 p96 p98

p101

12A­C colloquial words/phrases news collocations idioms modal verbs (2): deduction in the present and the past past forms of modal and related verbs Radio play creates panic across USA Look behind you!

12A Where's my mobile?

12B Invasion

12C Spooky!

12 End of course review

Review and Progress Portfolio p100

Songs p102

Pair and Group Work p104

Language Summaries p113

Recording Scripts p143

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Cambridge University Press 978-0-521-60337-9 - Face2face Upper Intermediate Student's Book Chris Redston and Gillie Cunningham Frontmatter More information

Listening

Help with Listening and Help with Fluency

Extended Speaking

Writing

How people pass the time at airports

Discussion about things you've wanted to do, etc. How your country has changed Changes in your country An Internet survey

Using the Internet Making plans on the phone Song We Are the Champions

recognising redundancy Help with Fluency sentence stress and weak forms (2)

Internet habits A conversation on the phone

Reading and Writing Portfolio 7 WB p76

I'll pay you back wishes UK and US tipping habits Eddy's got a job! British and American accents Help with Fluency linking (2)

Things that annoy you Discussions about regrets Who else deserves tips? Role plays

Personal wishes Your regrets

Reading and Writing Portfolio 8 WB p78

Oscars quiz A night at the theatre Call that art? Arranging an evening out missing words, reduced infinitives Help with Fluency natural rhythm Discussion about film, play or TV dramas Are these real works of art? Deciding what to do this weekend A conversation about going out Reading and Writing Portfolio 9 WB p80 A film, play or TV drama

Practical women

Who is the most practical?

Discussion about your family

Your family People you know Reading and Writing Portfolio 10 WB p82

Why Men Lie and Women Cry

Having people for a meal Song Wonderwall

contradicting Help with Fluency contradicting

The differences between men and women

Two friends arranging to meet A business opportunity Decision time The Go! advertising campaign

Future Perfect and Future Continuous

Talking about your future Reporting questions and answers

back referencing Help with Fluency review

Starting your own business Designing an advertising campaign Reading and Writing Portfolio 11 WB p84

Louise's missing mobile

modal verbs in the past Things you would have done, etc.

Making deductions

Is my flat haunted?

natural rhythm: review

What do you believe in? Reading and Writing Portfolio 12 WB p86

Answer Key p159

Phonemic Symbols p159

CD-ROM/Audio CD Instructions p160

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