• Music. Sleep.
• Verbs often confused. The body.
• Crime and punishment. The media.
• Advertising, business. World building: prefixes and suffixes.
• Science. Collocation: word pairs.
• Gerunds and infinitives. Used to, be used to, get used to
• Past modals: must; might/may should; can’t; couldn’t + have, etc.; would rather. Verbs of the senses.
• The passive (all forms); it is said that…, he is thought to…, etc. have something done. Reporting verbs.
• Clauses of contrast and purpose; whatever, whenever, etc. Uncountable and plural nouns.
• Quantifiers: all, every, both, etc. Articles.
• Asking and answering questions about music.
• Asking and answering questions about sleep. Discussing issues from the text. Sleepwalking.
• How man and women argue. Do you agree? Describing someone.
• Asking and answering questions about crime. Discussing what should/shouldn’t be illegal.
• How you find out about news. Discussing how news is p roduced.
• Advertising and marketing. The economic situation in your country.
• What is a “megacity”? Cities or regions in your country. Asking and answering questions about where you would like to travel.
• Scientific facts… or myths? Science questions.
• Presentation experiences. Giving a presentation.