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Understanding Everyday Australian – Three – Student Book / PDF

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The ‘Understanding Everyday Australian’ series of includes student books, teacher books & audio.

This book, with its nine topics and its audio recording, has been designed to help intermediate students of English understand Australian spoken language as it is encountered in everyday situations.
It is recommended for individual study (as answers to the exercises are included) or as a class text for language and pronunciation analysis and practice.

Using this resource, students will:

  • Discover the meaning of many widely used everyday expressions.
  • Learn the conventions of everyday social and business situations.
  • Find language reviews, exercises and answers useful to learning.
  • Feel increasing confidence as listening skills improve.
    Postage within Australia – total order cost – $14.50.
    Overseas buyers – Contact us for international postage cost.

Description

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Book ISBN: 9781877074202     PDF ISBN: 9781877074202
Size: A4 paperback
Level:
  Pre-intermediate and with teacher’s assistance to advanced
Age group:
young adult to adult
Self-study:
Yes     Answers: Yes     Audio CD/MP3: Yes (available as a separate purchase)
Teacher’s book available: Yes
Skills practised:
  Idioms & everyday expressions, spelling, grammar, pronunciation, reading, writing, dictionary use, learn about conventions of spoken English in business & social situations and learn strategies for improving listening skills and overcoming pronunciation problems.
Other features:   Language reviews, Reference lists of everyday expressions, Phonemic Chart

Table of Contents     Understanding Everyday Australian – Three – Student Book

GLOSSARY OF LANGUAGE TERMS 6 – 7
UNIT 1 OTHER CULTURES 8 – 17
Conversation with ‘everyday’ expressions 10
Focus on Spoken Language: 15 – 17
A) Noticing ‘weak’ forms in spoken English
B) we’re, were and where (and other words that are pronounced similarly)
C) A ‘cultural thing’

UNIT 2 SPORT AND HOBBIES 18 – 27
Conversation with ‘everyday’ expressions 20
Focus on Spoken Language: 25 – 27
A) Using the correct verb when talking about sport and hobbies – play, go or do?
B) Describing feelings and situations – adjectives ending in with ‘ed’ and ‘ing’
C) Expressing attitudes and preferences

UNIT 3 DIET AND FITNESS 28 – 39
Conversation with ‘everyday’ expressions 30
Focus on Spoken Language: 35 – 39
A) Uses of ‘on’ and ‘off’
B) Sequencing in storytelling
C) As the saying goes… (popular sayings)
D) Giving an opinion using : When it comes to…it’s a matter of…
E) Nouns used as adjectives

LANGUAGE REVIEW ONE 40 – 41

UNIT 4 THE ENVIRONMENT 42 – 53
Conversation with ‘everyday’ expressions 44
Focus on Spoken Language: 49 – 53
A) Definite article ‘the’
B) Uses of the word ‘take’
C) Phrasal verbs
D) Describing what is happening

Reference Pages – Phrasal verbs 54
Examples of phrasal verbs with ‘take’ 55

UNIT 5 FEARS AND PHOBIAS 56 – 64
Conversation with ‘everyday’ expressions 58
Focus on Spoken Language: 63 – 64
A) Word Linking in Spoken English
B) Word combinations – using the correct preposition
C) Plural nouns
D) Uses of ‘only’
E) Synonyms

Reference Page – Understanding Connected Speech 65

UNIT 6 PEOPLE AND RELATIONSHIPS 66 – 74
Conversation with ‘everyday’ expressions 68
Focus on Spoken Language: 73 – 74
A) Regular and irregular past tense verbs
B) Discourse markers in story telling
C) ‘So ‘and ‘such’ to add emphasis

Reference Page – Irregular past tense verbs 75

LANGUAGE REVIEW TWO 76 – 77

UNIT 7 TALKING ABOUT SOCIAL ISSUES 78 – 87
Conversation with ‘everyday’ expressions 80
Focus on Spoken Language: 85 – 87
A) Giving conversational feedback & disagreeing politely
B) As the saying goes… (more popular sayings)
C) Grammar – reflexive pronouns
D) Asking an opinion with a negative question
E) Incomplete sentences in spoken language

Reference Pages – Conversation strategies:
Agreeing, disagreeing, staying neutral, asking for clarification 88
Discourse Markers 89

UNIT 8 THE MEDIA 90 – 98
Conversation with ‘everyday’ expressions 92
Focus on Spoken Language: 97 – 98
A) The definite article – review
B) ‘That’ to refer back to a previous statement
C) Open ended questions
D) ‘You get used to it’.
E) Uses of the verb ‘get’

Reference Page – Phrasal verbs with ‘get’ 99

UNIT 9 BUSINESS NEGOTIATIONS 100 – 109
Conversation with ‘everyday’ expressions 102
Focus on Spoken Language:
A) Forming questions – review of the ‘rules’
Questions in Spoken English
B) Telephone introductions
C) Incomplete sentences in spoken English
D) Greetings and replies
E) The Negotiating Process

LANGUAGE REVIEW THREE 110 – 111
ANSWERS TO EXERCISES AND CROSSWORDS 112 – 123
REFERENCE LISTS – Everyday expressions with definitions 124 – 132
Phonemic Chart of English Sounds 133

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