Table of contents for English as a second language : IGCSE workbook / Peter Lucantoni and Lydia Kellas with Derrin Kent.


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1. Reading: whether ... or, vocabulary building, relative pronouns, -ed and -ing participles; 2. Reading: vocabulary, former and latter, passive verb forms, abbreviations; 3. Writing (opinion letter), Reading: vocabulary, phrases for advantages and disadvantages, once and today, in addition to; 4. Reading, Listening; prefixes, advantages and disadvantages, vocabulary, antonyms; 5. Exam Practice: exercise 2 reading (core), exercise 6 writing (core & extended), exercise 1 reading (extended), listening; 6. Reading, Writing (summary): antonyms, vocabulary, phrasal verbs; 7. Writing (note-making): relative pronouns, spelling (double ss), adjectives, compund nouns; 8. Writing (letter, article): British and American English, vocabulary; 9. Reading, Listening: verb tenses, irrespective of, vocabulary; 10. Exam Practice: exercise 2 reading (core), exercise 3 form completion (extended), exercise 7 writing (core & extended), listening; 11. Reading: vocabulary, comparatives and superlatives; 12. Reading, Writing (summary): borrowed words; 13. Writing (article, letter): infinitive clauses, vocabulary; 14. Reading, Listening: vocabulary, should and would, verb tenses; 15. Exam practice: exercise 1 reading, exercise 2 reading, exercise 4 writing (notes), exercise 5 writing (summary), exercise 6 writing (letter), exercise 7 writing (article), listening; 16. Reading, Writing: modal auxiliary verbs, reporting verbs; 17. Reading: however, nevertheless and in spite of, should, vocabulary; 18. Writing (opinion article): would rather, vocabulary; 19. Listening: whether ... or, vocabulary; 20. Exam Practice: exercise 1 reading, exercise 2 reading, exercise 3 reading & writing (information transfer), exercise 4 writing (notes), exercise 5 writing (summary), exercise 6 writing (letter), exercise 7 writing (article); Tapescript; Answers


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