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'Gateway B2+'

CMCB00146002

This course accompanies 'Gateway B2+'. There are ten units, each matching a student's book unit. Resources are grouped into five categories:

grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, exam preparation and practice tests.

UNIT 1

Description

ID number

Title

0

Social animals

This syllabus item provides practice of the kind

of language we use to talk about present and past habits. Syllabus components Syllabus component description

 

Practice test

Testing future tenses and past tense modals. Listening to three people talking about their names and matching information to each speaker. Practising word formation with suffixes. Practising expressions with parts of the body. Practising idiomatic similes. Practising identifying the speaker's feelings about accepting a job offer by listening to his intonation. Focusing on connected speech. Practising Paper 3 Part 2, focusing mainly on grammar. Practising Paper 4 Part 4, focusing on understanding gist, specific information, attitude and opinion. Practising the past simple, present perfect and present perfect continuous. Practising the past simple, present perfect, past perfect simple and continuous. Practising the past simple, past continuous and past perfect. Checking your knowledge of the use of the past perfect and past perfect continuous. Checking your knowledge of the different ways of expressing the future in the past. Checking your knowledge of 'would' and 'used to' to talk about past habits and states. Checking your knowledge of how to use would to talk about repeated actions in the past. Checking your knowledge of how to use 'would' for predictable actions and behaviour.

MLG001421

Past tenses

Vocabulary

MLG002460

Past tenses

Pronunciation

MLG001511

Past tenses

Exam preparation

GRU00030A

Past perfect simple v continuous

Grammar

GRU00045A

Future in the past

 

GRU00037A

Would v used to: past habits v past states Would: repeated actions in the

GRU00032D

 

past Would: predicting behaviour

     

GRU00032F

MVA004223

Getting to the top

MVA004139

A pain in the neck

MVA004019

My grandfather

 

MPR003099

Are you sure you want that new

job? Job candidates

     

MPR005129

MEP003905

Paper 3 Part 2

MEP005055

Paper 4 Part 4

T000178-tests

Upper Intermediate Test 16

UNIT 2

Description

ID number

Title

1

On the road

This syllabus item provides practice of the kind

 

of language we use to talk about obligation and

 

speculation. Syllabus components Syllabus component description

 
   

Vocabulary

Practising words relating to driving and taking a driving test. Practising expressions used to talk about legal and moral obligation. Practising verb collocations.

GRU00053C

Obligation/necessity: need, needn't, must, mustn't, have to, don't have to, needn't have, didn't need to.

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Grammar

Checking your knowledge of using forms of 'must', 'need' and 'have to' to talk about obligation and necessity. Checking your knowledge of the use of 'have to' to talk about obligation. Checking your knowledge of using 'should' and 'ought to' to give advice and opinions. Checking your knowledge of using 'can', 'may' or 'be allowed to' to ask for and give permission. Practising a variety of modal verbs. Practising modals of deduction, 'must' and 'can't', and of possibility, 'might' and 'could'. 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 how modal verbs are used in academic English. Focusing on word stress in sentences in which speakers express strong opinions and feelings. Testing future tenses and past tense modals. Listening to three people talking about their names and matching information to each speaker.

GRU00003G

Uses of have: obligation

Pronunciation

GRU00054A

Advice/opinion: should, ought to

Practice test

GRU00049B

Permission: can, may, be allowed to

Exam preparation   MLG003148 A money problem

Exam preparation

 

MLG003148

A money problem

MLG002130

Certainty and possibility

GRU00052A

Certainty/deduction: must, can't

 

GRU00203

Modal verbs in academic

writing Learning to drive

     

MVA004343

MVA004009

Westfield Abbey

MVA004005

A cycling hobby

MPR005119

A trip abroad

T000183-tests

Advanced Test 01

UNIT 3

Description

ID number

Title

2

Beautiful minds

This syllabus item provides practice of the kind

of language we use for word and sentence formation. Syllabus components Syllabus component description

 

Vocabulary

Practising using prefixes. Practising the formation of MLG004284 negative words. Practising the formation of negative words.

Fear of flying

Grammar

Practising verbs followed by the gerund or the infinitive. Practising the use of the infinitive or the '- ing' form after certain verbs. Practising verbs followed by an '-ing' form or infinitive with a change in meaning. Checking your knowledge of the difference between the infinitive and '-ing' forms. Checking your knowledge of verbs form from A-L followed by '-ing'. Checking your knowledge of verbs from M-Z followed by the '-ing' form. Checking your knowledge of the structure object + '-ing' form. Checking your knowledge of the structure verb + object + infinitive. Practising identifying consonants which are pronounced when linking words in natural speech. Testing on tense consolidation and verbs followed by gerund or infinitive. Listening to an interview with an astronaut and choosing the correct ending for a series of sentences. Practising Paper 1 Part 3, focusing on matching pieces of information with the sections of the text in which they are mentioned. Practising Paper 3 Part 1, focusing on vocabulary.

MLGB004087

Legal letters

Pronunciation

MLG002128

-ing forms and infinitives

Practice test

GRU00072A

Infinitive v -ing form

Exam preparation

GRU00079A

Verbs followed by the -ing form:

 

A-L

 

GRU00079B

Verbs followed by the -ing form:

GRU00073C

M-Z Verb + object + verb: object + - ing form Verb + object + verb: object +

GRU00073A

 

infinitive A dull job

     

MVA004020

MVA004215

Revising the website

MVA004220

Sports star in court

MPR003094

Word linking

MEP004470

Paper 1 Part 3

MEP005012

Paper 3 Part 1

T000169-tests

Upper Intermediate Test 01

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U N I T 4 ID number Title Conditional: comparison of all forms D e

UNIT 4

ID number

Title

Conditional: comparison of all forms

Description

This syllabus item provides practice of the kind

3 Unnatural science?

Vocabulary

Grammar

of language we use to talk about science. Syllabus components Syllabus component description

Exam preparation

Practising Paper 1 Part 2, focusing on filling gaps in GRU00061A a text with sentences that have been removed from the text.

Practising compound nouns. Practising compound adjectives used to describe people. Practising adverbs. Checking your knowledge of all the conditional forms. Practising your understanding of conditional sentences. Practising the first, second and third conditional. Checking your knowledge of when to use the future continuous. Checking your knowledge of the future perfect simple and the future perfect continuous. Checking your knowledge of the future perfect. Checking your knowledge of the use of the future perfect continuous. Practising the future perfect. Testing future tenses and past tense modals. Listening to three speakers talking about how they dodged admission costs to various events and matching information to each speaker. Contrasting voiced fricatives and unvoiced fricatives. Practising the use of strong forms of auxiliary verbs.

MLG001194

Conditionals

MLG001397

Conditionals

GRU00039D

Future continuous: use

GRU00043A

Future perfect simple v continuous

GRU00040D

Future perfect: use

GRU00042D

Future perfect continuous: use

MLG000721

Virtual reality

MVA004177

Bill's new business

MVA004352

Compound adjectives

MVA004179

Scientific research

MPR003757

Voiced and unvoiced fricatives

MPR006734

Identifying strong forms of auxiliary verbs Paper 1 Part 2

MEP003900

T000184-tests

Advanced Test 02

ID number

Title

GRU00124A

Modifiers: amplifiers

GRU00124B

Modifiers: downtoners

MLG003996

Doing revision

MLG007699

Prepositional phrases

MLG003991

Small town politics

MVA005543

Summer school

MPR002291

Word stress

MPR005144

Manager's motivational speech

T000196-tests

Upper Intermediate Test 04

ID number

Title

Practice test

Pronunciation

Test 04 ID number Title Practice test Pronunciation U N I T 5 D e s

UNIT 5

Description

This syllabus item provides practice of the kind

4 Under control

of language we use to add emphasis. Syllabus components Syllabus component description

Practice test

Testing on tenses and quantifiers. Listening to five people talking about different crimes and putting information in the correct order.

Exam preparation

Vocabulary

Practising phrases that include prepositions. Practising fixed prepositional phrases in relative clauses. Practising combinations of verbs or nouns with prepositions. Practising word stress. Focusing on distinguishing between formal and informal statements. Checking your knowledge of the uses of amplifiers. Checking your knowledge of the uses of 'so', 'such', 'too', 'enough' and 'quite'. Rearranging words to make correct emphatic sentences. Practising emphasizing an action using structures with 'what', 'all' and 'it'.

Pronunciation

Grammar

Description

This syllabus item provides practice of the kind

of language we use to talk about cities and the homes we live in. Syllabus components Syllabus component description

UNIT 6

5 Home truths

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Exam preparation

Practising Paper 4 Part 1, focusing on various types GRU00062B of understanding. Practising Paper 1 Part 3, focusing on matching statements with short text extracts.

Reported speech: past reporting verb

Grammar

Checking your knowledge of reported speech with past reporting verbs. Checking your knowledge of how to use reporting verbs. Checking your knowledge of the tense changes used in reported speech. Checking your knowledge of reported speech with past reporting verbs. Practising reported speech with infinitives and '-ing' forms. Checking your knowledge of how verbs used in reported speech are used in academic English. Practising reported statements. Practising identifying speakers' attitudes from their intonation. Practising identifying stressed words within sentences. Testing on tense consolidation and future tenses. Listening to three news reports and completing a table. Reading descriptions and match them with the correct cities. Listening to a radio programme about a quiz on cities around the world. Listening to a psychologist talking about what a room says about the person living there.

GRU00064A

Reporting verbs: use

Pronunciation

GRU00062C

Reported speech: tense changes

Practice test

GRU00199

Reported speech in academic writing

Vocabulary

GRU00206

Reporting verbs in academic writing

 

MLG005267

Chief Executive faces the press

MLG002336

Reported statements

MLA001656

Cities of the USA

MLA003213

City quiz

 

MLA003458

What does your room say about

 

you? Speaking with feeling

     

MPR005123

MPR005130

European travel

MEP003814

Paper 4 Part 1

MEP003901

Paper 1 Part 3

T000200-tests

Upper Intermediate Test 17

UNIT 7

Description

ID number

Title

6

The hard sell

This syllabus item provides practice of the kind

of language we use to talk about advertising, marketing and selling. Syllabus components Syllabus component description

 

Vocabulary

Practising frequently used business and money words. Practising words and phrases in common use in the world of advertising and marketing today. Practising words and phrases connected with advertising and marketing. Testing wishes/regrets and connectors, and listening to an interview about changes in employment patterns in the coming years and

GRU00204

Passive verbs in academic writing

Practice test

GRU00075B

The passive: impersonal statements

Grammar

completing notes. Checking your knowledge of how passive verbs are GRU00074J used in academic English. Checking your knowledge of the use of the agent in passive sentences. Checking your knowledge of the passive infinitive. Practising the determiners 'both', 'either', 'none', 'all' and 'each'. Checking your knowledge of 'each' and 'every'. Checking your knowledge of 'no', 'none'/'none of', 'neither of'.

The passive: infinitive

Exam preparation

Practising Paper 3 Part 1, focusing on vocabulary. Practising Paper 4 Part 4, focusing on understanding gist, specific information, attitude and opinion. Focusing on word stress in sentences. Practising identifying the changing syllable stress in nouns and their corresponding adjectives.

MLG001937

Determiners

Pronunciation

GRU00097C

Determiners - quantifiers: each, every

 

GRU00097E

Determiners - quantifiers: no, none/none of, neither of Money and business

MVA004337

MVAB004102

Advertising and marketing methods Developments in advertising and marketing Film trailers

MVAB004112

MPR005117

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MPR001500

Changing stress in nouns and adjectives Paper 3 Part 1

MEP004472

MEP003936

Paper 4 Part 4

T000185-tests

Advanced Test 03

ID number

Title

GRU00086B

Participles: past participles

GRU00086A

Participles: gerund

MLG006738

Comparative structures

GRU000209

Comparing and contrasting in academic English

GRU00144E

Comparative adjectives: double comparatives Comparative adjectives: the the Compounds: adjectives and

GRU00144D

GRU00118C

verbs How much do you earn?

MVA004335

MVA005490

Boost your self-esteem

MPR005120

Football reports

MEP003903

Paper 3 Part 1

T000186-tests

Advanced Test 04

ID number

Title

GRU00104B

Articles: use of indefinite article

GRU00104D

Articles: use of zero article

GRU00104E

Articles: contrast of all forms

UNIT 8 7 Live life
UNIT 8
7 Live life

Description

This syllabus item provides practice of the kind

of language we use to make comparisons. Syllabus components Syllabus component description

Vocabulary

Checking your knowledge of compound adjectives and verbs. Practising words that are often confused. Practising collocations. Checking your knowledge of the use of the past participle. Checking your knowledge of the use of the gerund. Practising comparative structures. Checking your knowledge of words and structures used to compare and contrast in academic English. Checking your knowledge of double comparatives. Checking your knowledge of the structure 'the

Grammar

the'. Practising Paper 3 Part 1, focusing on vocabulary.

Exam preparation

Practice test

Testing on wishes/regrets and connectors, and listening to an interview with a photographer who takes pictures of ghostly sites and complete notes. Focusing on word stress in descriptions of actions.

Pronunciation

UNIT 9

8 New challenges

Practice test

Grammar

Description

This syllabus item provides practice of the kind

of language we use to talk about life and career developments. Syllabus components Syllabus component description

Vocabulary

Practising words and phrases connected with how people perform in their jobs. Practising verbs connected with management. Practising idiomatic expressions.

Checking your knowledge of the indefinite article. Checking your knowledge of the zero article. Checking your knowledge of articles. Practising the articles 'a', 'an', 'the' or zero article (-). Practising the

use of 'a/an', 'the' and the zero article. Practising the use of prepositions in relative clauses. Practising Paper 1 Part 2, focusing on filling gaps in MLG001698 a text with sentences that have been removed from the text. Practising Paper 3 Part 1, focusing on vocabulary.

Exam preparation

Pronunciation

Articles

Practising intonation. Practising identifying the /r/ sound used in connected speech.

MLG001919

Definite, indefinite and zero articles A politician's statement

MLG004059

MVAB004097

Appraisal

MVAB004108

A job description

MVA005532

Big decisions

MPR003469

Interested or not?

MPR005138

Daily routine

MEP005009

Paper 1 Part 2

MEP005011

Paper 3 Part 1

Description

ID number

Title

UNIT 10

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9 Parting words

This syllabus item provides practice of the kind

of language we use to talk about communication. Syllabus components Syllabus component description

Exam preparation

Practising Paper 1 Part 1, focusing on detailed comprehension of points made, opinions expressed and vocabulary used in a text. Practising Paper 3 Part 2, focusing mainly on grammar. Practising common compound nouns. Practising words that are often confused. Practising phrasal verbs. Practising verbs followed by an '-ing' form or infinitive with a change in meaning. Contrasting the '-ing' form and the 'to' + infinitive. Practising the infinitive and the '-ing' form. Checking your knowledge of the use of gerunds and infinitives. Checking your knowledge of the form and uses of the infinitive. Checking your knowledge of '-ing' forms to indicate purpose. Checking your knowledge of how structures using certain words and phrases followed by a gerund are used in academic English. Testing on conditionals and relative pronouns: '- ever'. Listening to a description of Internet etiquette and reading sentences and selecting true or false.

MLG002127

-ing forms and infinitives

Vocabulary

MLG001952

Do you want to be healthy?

Grammar

MLG002482

Infinitive v -ing form

Practice test

GRU000184

Gerunds and infinitives: likes and dislikes

Pronunciation

GRU00070A

The infinitive: form, subject, complement, purpose and split -ing form: purpose

GRU00071B

GRU00207

Gerund clauses in academic

 

writing Compound nouns

   

MVA004336

MVA004289

Talk or speak?

MVA005534

Mixed phrasal verbs

MEP003816

Paper 1 Part 1

MEP000878

Paper 3 Part 2

T000187-tests

Advanced Test 05

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