1. Habits. Adjectives and adverbs.
2. Relative clauses. Talking about the future.
3. Explaining purpose using so, if and to. Should and should have (should´ve)
4. So and such. Comparatives with the…the
5. Should(n´t) have, could(n´t) have, would(n´t) have. The present perfect continuous and simple.
6. Modifiers. Have/get something done.
7. Narrative tenses. Participle clauses.
8. Showing degrees of certainty with modal verbs. Nouns and prepositional phrases.
1. Describing films, music and books. Talking about pictures.
2. Buildings and areas. Festivals and carnivals.
3. Useful things. Word families. How things go wrong.
4. The government, economics and society.
5. Health and fitness. Sport. Injuries and accidents.
6. Where you stayed. Idioms.
7. Weather. Plants and trees. The different meanings of words.
8. Crimes. Crime and punishment. Trends and statics.
1. Films and the cinema. A guide tour of an art gallery.
2. Driving around Belgrade. Places to visit.
3. Asking for things. Trying to get a refund.
4. What do you think of your president? In the news.
5. Unusual interests. The mad uncle.
6. Did you go away anywhere? Accommodation problems. Culture shock.
7. Experiences of extreme weather. Plant life.
8. Different kinds of crimes. Punishment or rehabilitation.
1. Disagreeing politely.
2. Agreeing using synonyms.
3. Explaining and checking.
4. Showing understanding. Commenting on news stories.
5. Checking what you heard.
6. Negative questions.
7. Making stories more dramatic.
8. Comments and questions.
1. Heard it all before.
2. Ten days at the Venice Carnival.
3. I am …Mr Trebus.
4. Only connect.
5. Sport - you´ve got to love it.
6. Emails from Hong Kong.
7. Animals in the news.
8. Riga-rous policing brings down crime.