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1.20 New English File – Pre Intermediate CD for Students Book. New English File Pre-Intermediate listening 4.10~4.18. The weekend. Girl: So, have you got any plans for the weekend?

The weekend

Boy: Yeah, me and my mates are going to this activity centre in the mountains.Girl: Oh, yeah? Boy: You can do all kinds of things. It’s a new centre; it sounds great. We’re going to go dirtboarding …Girl: What’s that? Describing people. Images From The Past - Transcript. Three people talk about and describe old photos.

Images From The Past - Transcript

If the audio player above doesn't work, click here to download the audio file. This photo is very old, I think it's from about 1910 and it looks very yellow. The man at the back, the first one on the left, is my grandfather. His two brothers are Charles and William. William is the one with the open jacket.

The girl in this photo is my mother, she was only one year old at the time, maybe a little more. It's incredible, but the little girl at the front of this photo is my grandmother. New English File Pre-intermediate Test and Assessment CD-ROM. Welcome to the New English File Pre-intermediate Test and Assessment CD-ROM – the complete teacher resource for testing and continuous assessment, with materials that you can customize for your students and your teaching situation.

New English File Pre-intermediate Test and Assessment CD-ROM

This CD-ROM works in two ways: In your computer it has tests and continuous assessment materials as PDFs and Word documents, and full keys. In your CD player it has new listening test material to use in class. The tests on this CD-ROM All the tests are provided as PDFs and as Word documents – the content is the same. Guidelines for adapting the tests You might want to add something extra you taught in class, remove something you decided to omit or didn't have time to teach, or even personalize the exercises. Adding, removing, or editing sections. adding, removing, or editing questions. You might also want to: Remember to save your customized tests on your computer if you want to use them again. Entry Test 30 minutes.

New English file pre intermediate test booklet. Nefpre inttestbooklet. Shopping Nation. In this lesson students will talk about shopping habits and be introduced to the idea of ‘shopaholics’.

Shopping Nation

They will practise vocabulary related to shops, practise speaking in a mingle activity, where they will ask classmates about their shopping habits. There is also a Reading activity about Buy Nothing Day, as well as a discussion activity about opinions on shopping. Finally students have the opportunity to design and describe their ideal shop. Aims: • To practise and develop vocabulary related to shops and shopping • To practise speaking skills • To practise reading skills • To describe your ideal shop Age group: 12- adult Level: A2/ B1 Time: 60 minutes Materials: Shopping nation student worksheet Copyright – Please read All the materials on these pages are free and available for you to download and copy for educational use only. Pre-Intermediate Reading. The following letter from Mike about his recent European vacation was sent to Linda.

Pre-Intermediate Reading

Unfortunately, her dog chewed it up and now Mike needs to put it back in the right order. Can you help him? Put the correct number into each of the boxes in the four missing parts. There are two extra paragraphs you don't need. Digital habits across generations. Today's grandparents are joining their grandchildren on social media, but the different generations' online habits couldn't be more different.

Digital habits across generations

The over-55s are joining Facebook in increasing numbers, meaning that they will soon be the site's second biggest user group, with 3.5 million users aged 55–64 and 2.9 million over-65s. Sheila, aged 59, says, 'I joined to see what my grandchildren are doing, as my daughter posts videos and photos of them. It's a much better way to see what they're doing than waiting for letters and photos in the post. That's how we did it when I was a child, but I think I'm lucky I get to see so much more of their lives than my grandparents did.' Ironically, Sheila's grandchildren are less likely to use Facebook themselves.

Unlike her grandmother's generation, Chloe's age group is spending so much time on their phones at home that they are missing out on spending time with their friends in real life. New English File Pre-Intermediate listening 4.1~4.9. Listening present perfect worksheet. New English File Pre-Intermediate listening 3.17~3.21. New English File Pre-Intermediate listening 2.22. New English File Pre-Intermediate listening 2.21. New English File Pre-Intermediate listening 2.4. New English File Pre-Intermediate listening 1.20. New english file.