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    UNIT 1 NEVER JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER

    • VOCABULARY Describing people: personality and appearance. Compound adjectives
    • GRAMMAR Defi ning and non-defi ning relative clauses. Modals for deduction (past and present)
    • WRITING An informal email
    • PRONUNCIATION Compound adjectives

    UNIT 2 DOWN-TO-EARTH

    • VOCABULARY Animal idioms. Animal collocations: animal sounds
    • GRAMMAR Modals and expressions of probability. Conditionals. Alternatives to IF
    • WRITING An article
    • PRONUNCIATION Contractions. Linking

    UNIT 3 HOME SWEET HOME

    • VOCABULARY Types of housing. Places in the home. Housework. Phrasal verbs connected to people relations
    • GRAMMAR Modals of obligation/absence of obligation/prohibition/advice. Have/Get something done
    • WRITING A report
    • PRONUNCIATION Consonant clusters

    UNIT 4 A PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS

    • VOCABULARY Money. Jobs
    • GRAMMAR Infi nitive versus –ing. Participle clauses
    • WRITING A covering letter
    • PRONUNCIATION Stress shift

    UNIT 5 CAUGHT RED-HANDED

    • VOCABULARY Crime. Criminals
    • GRAMMAR Emphasis (do, so and indeed). Cleft sentences. Inversions
    • WRITING An opinion composition
    • PRONUNCIATION How to sound emphatic

    UNIT 6 OUT AND ABOUT

    • VOCABULARY Leisure activities: Travelling. Extreme sports
    • GRAMMAR Used to, Would. Narrative tenses
    • WRITING A blog post
    • PRONUNCIATION-ED endings

    UNIT 7 TV OR NOT TV?

    • VOCABULARY Headlines. Television (people, TV programmes and a TV guide)
    • GRAMMAR Impersonal report structures. Contrast (despite, in spite of, although…)
    • WRITING A “for and against” composition
    • PRONUNCIATION Contrastive intonation

    UNIT 8 AN APPLE A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY

    • VOCABULARY Health and illness. Idioms related to the parts of the body. Food and Diet
    • GRAMMAR Reported speech. Reporting statements, commands and questions.
    • WRITING A complaint email/letter
    • PRONUNCIATION Homographs. Homophones

    UNIT 9 NO REGRETS JUST LESSONS LEARNED

    • VOCABULARY Feelings
    • GRAMMAR I wish/If only. Would rather, would sooner, had better. It´s time
    • WRITING A personal anecdote
    • PRONUNCIATION /s/ - /z/ - /?/

    UNIT 10 FACEBOOK = LANGUAGE FACELIFT?

    • VOCABULARY Compounds with –ever. The Internet. Fast Writing
    • GRAMMAR Future perfect and continuous. Use of the article for generalizing
    • WRITING A review
    • PRONUNCIATION Words pronounced diff erently in Spanish/English
    Duración70 Horas
    ModalidadOnline
    ConvocatoriaAbierta
    PlazasIlimitadas
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