Jack and the Beanstalk (Primary Classic Readers: Level 1) by Jennifer Heath

By Jennifer Heath

"Primary vintage Reader" is a three-level sequence of vintage stories comprising the superior enjoyed kid's tales. The stories were retold and punctiliously tailored for ELT. There are 5 books for every point: basic 1, basic 2 and first three. The books are graded by way of vocabulary and grammar to mirror student's features at every one point, making analyzing for excitement in English uncomplicated and stress-free. every one publication includes: full-colour illustrations along the textual content to aid scholars of their examining and raise motivation; an image word list on the again to accumulate student's vocabulary; a three-page task part designed to revise and consolidate the vocabulary present in every one story; an accompanying CD with every one story narrated through specialist actors.

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B) No, thanks. I'm fine. c) I want some fruit juice. 4 a) I like fish, but I don't like eggs. b) Just a little, please. It's delicious. c) OK. 5 a) Yes, there's enough for everybody. b) No, but we have orange juice. c) Yes, of course. Here you are. 6 a) No, thanks. It was lovely, but I'm full. b) Yes, of course. c) Oh no, please.

2 What time you start work? 3 When do finish work? 4 Who do you 5 0 Stress and intonation to? do you do so much overtime? 5 Listen again and practise asking the questions. 6 Listen to these questions. Notice the stress on the two important words. Do you work in an office? Do you travel a ]ot? Q Mark the two main stresses in the following questions. 1 Do you work in August? 2 Do you socialise with colleagues? 3 Do you like your job? 7 Listen and check your answers. Then listen again and practise asking the questions.

A) Consider for example /ou/, the sound of go slow. You can spell it 0 as in open, oa as in loan, oe as in toe, ough as in although, ow as in know, or eon as in Seoul. (b) Take the letter u, for instance. You pronounce it /a/ as in cut, /u/ as in full/, /31/ as in turn, /o:/ as in sure, /u:/ as in tune, or / i / as in busy. Put the following words under the correct sound in the table below (the letters in bold show the sound). conscious buyer train break their said million heart Europe chair scientific knowledge height friendship advice laugh insurance want Vowels M M / e 1/ 1 share 1 pay 2 0 2 3 III 2 •a 2 3 2 •a 1 1 option 1 card 1 sell 1 job 2 /a:/ /e/ /ai / 1 price 2 3 Consonants N 1 sell 2 3 /j/ 1 year 2 3 There are exercises about a variety of sound-spelling relationships in units 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.

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