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Adrian Doff and Ben Goldstein
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Goals Language Skills Explore

1 pages
6–15
Childhood
talk about adapting to different
cultures
talk about memory
Language focus
Adapting to another
culture p7
Remembering p9
Reading
Born everywhere, raised in
Britain p6
Childhood memories are
Across cultures
Attitudes to children
Keywords Describing habits and
Talking about a fairytales p8 tendencies
talk about a personal memory personal memory
evoke the feelings and moods p10
Listening EXPLORESpeaking
of a past event Memory p8 tell an anecdote effectively
Childhood memories p10 keep people interested in a story
Target activity
Speaking
Describe a childhood memory Look again
Adapting to another culture
p7 Grammar
How well do you remember would
things? p8 using the -ing form
Your earliest memory p9 Vocabulary
Memory
just

2pages
16–25
Self
talk about personality traits
talk about identity
Language focus
Presenting a self-
image p16
Talking about identity
Reading
Your online self p16
Dating agencies p18
Listening
Across cultures
Your cards
Keywords Describing skill and
understand promotional p17 ability
language What defines you? p17
Promotional
say how you met someone language p19
Introducing yourself p20 EXPLOREWriting
use effective introduction Say how you met Speaking write a cover letter
strategies someone p19 Your online self p16 describe experience and ability
Introduction What defines you as a
Target activity strategies p20 Look again
person? p17
Promote yourself Grammar
Writing and Speaking Verb tenses in narration
Say how you met someone Phrasal verbs; verbs + prepositions
p19 Vocabulary
self-
Reformulating what you say

3pages
26–35
Language and
literature
describe a book
Language focus
Describe a book and
its significance p27
Language learning
Speaking and Reading
Life-changing books p26
Language learning p29
Listening
Across cultures
Attitudes to English
Keywords worth, worthwhile
give a personal response p28
Plans and priorities
Farthest North p27 EXPLORESpeaking
talk about languages and ways Language learning p28
p30 use strategies for
to learn them Plans and priorities p30 communicating effectively
describe experiences of
language learning Speaking
Look again
discuss plans and priorities Describing books and their
significance p27 Grammar
Target activity Present verb forms
Adverbs
A plan to improve your English
Vocabulary
Expressions with language
Idioms about speaking

4pages
36–45
World
interpret maps and facts
make comparisons and talk
Language focus
Differences and
changes p37
Interpreting meaning
Reading
Maps of the world p36
Nutrition transition p39
Listening
Across cultures
Restaurants
Keywords get, become
about changes p37
talk about diet and nutrition Types of food p38
Events and changes in EXPLOREWriting
discuss changing trends Britain p40 write captions
Changes and trends
talk about result p39 Speaking write economically
Result p40 Maps of the world p37
Target activity Look again
Interpreting a map p37
Say how a town or country has Grammar
Food for a week p38
changed The future
Technology debate p39
Comparisons involving different
Writing verbs and times
Maps of the world p37 Vocabulary
Changes
Cause and effect

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5pages
46–55
Concepts of space
describe spaces in cities
describe how spaces are used
Language focus
Describing spaces
p47
Legal and illegal
Reading
Post-it cities p46
Surveillance p48
Listening
Across cultures
Privacy
Keyword need
talk about crime and activities p49
surveillance Commenting on
Post-it city p47 EXPLORESpeaking
comment on experiences Security p49 give a presentation with images
experiences p49
outline problems Outlining problems Speaking
discuss and suggest solutions p50 Look again
Talking about spaces p47
Commenting on Grammar
Target activity Passive reporting verbs
experiences p49
Plan a city square Vocabulary
Describing places
Solutions to problems

6pages
56–65
Appearances
describe appearance and
changes to appearance
discuss photos and images
Language focus
Altering physical
features p57
Aim and intention p57
Reading
Thin, pretty and airbrushed
p56
The master forger p58
Across cultures
Piracy
Keywords aim, purpose
Fakes and forgery p58 Paulo Coelho p60
talk about aim and intention EXPLOREWriting
talk about fakes and forgeries Reading and Speaking use written and spoken styles
convince people and express Fake photos p57 appropriately
doubt Listening appreciate written and spoken
conduct a personal interview The camera never lies? p56 genres
describe someone’s life, John Myatt, the master
achievements and attitudes Look again
forger p59
Grammar
Target activity Speaking Present perfect simple and
Interview someone and Real or fake? p59 progressive
present a profile Present participle expressions
Vocabulary
New crimes
Verbs with -en and en-

7pages
66–75
Health
talk about health problems and
treatment
Language focus
Health problems and
treatment p66
Descriptive particles
Reading
Cradle to grave p66
Beware witch doctors p68
Listening
Across cultures
Health campaigns
Keywords consist, include
describe and comment on an p67
exhibition or a show Describing processes
Audio guide p67 EXPLORESpeaking
describe a process or Malaria p70 take turns in a discussion
and experiments
experiment p68 Speaking give opinions in an extended
discuss implications and Discussing issues p70 An exhibition or a show p67 conversation
significance Mind over matter p69
discuss an issue Look again
Speaking and Listening Grammar
Target activity A caffeine experiment p68 Passives and participles
Global issues Referencing and substitution
Vocabulary
Tests
All-purpose nouns
Health problems and treatments

8pages
76–85
Brand awareness
discuss brands
describe effects and influences
Language focus
Effects and influences
p77
Image and qualities
Reading
Viral ads p78
The air-powered car p80
Listening
Across cultures
Megabrands
Keywords effect, affect
talk about the image and p77
qualities of products Marketing words p78
Brands p76 EXPLOREWriting
talk about advertising and A viral video p79 use advertising language
Describing
marketing technology p80 Speaking
describe an advert Look again
Brand images p77
pass on detailed information Describing an advert p79 Grammar
Measuring differences
Target activity whatever
Sell a product Vocabulary
Multi-word expressions
Influence and effect

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Goals Language Skills Explore

9pages
86–95
Icons
speculate about images and
objects
interpret and respond to a story
Language focus
Interpreting and
defining p86
Critical language p88
Reading
Family story p87
Speaking and Reading
Iconic: the overused adjective
Across cultures
Loan words
Keywords Describing what things
Saying what things represent
discuss icons p88
and people
identify critical language in a represent p90 Listening
EXPLORESpeaking
text Interpreting a painting p86 give criticism
talk about what something Shepard Fairey p90 respond to criticism
represents
present arguments and Speaking Look again
counter-arguments Symbols and associations Grammar
p86 It’s no …
Target activity Interpreting images p86 Modifying a sentence
Icons for today A family anecdote p87 Vocabulary
Iconic people and things p89 Uses of suppose

10
10pages
96–105
A sense of belonging
describe groups and
membership
Language focus
Belonging to a group
p97
Talking about
Reading
Football p98
Listening
A sense of belonging p97
Across cultures
Football rivalries
Keyword together
describe feelings about membership p97
belonging Being emphatic p99 Listening and Speaking
EXPLOREWriting
give opinions emphatically Joining a group p97 describe an organisation
explore strategies for analysing present something in the best
authentic texts Speaking possible light
persuade others to take action Groups p96
Opinions about football p99 Look again
Target activity Grammar
Prepare a campaign Inversion
Vocabulary
Collective nouns for people
Collective adjectives

11pages
106–115
Climate
talk about climate change
describe inventions and how
Language focus
Climate change p106
Active and passive
infinitives p107
Reading
The Sermilik fjord in
Greenland p108
2084 p109
Across cultures
Living ‘off-grid’
Keywords Describing similarities
they work Processes p109 and differences
discuss proposals Reading and Speaking
Saying if actions are
describe an ongoing process justified p110
Radical ways to save the EXPLORESpeaking
understand imagery in a poem planet p106 report a point of view
say if actions are justified Listening react to a point of view
conduct a debate Richard Branson p106
The Doomsday debate p110
Target activity Look again
The Doomsday debate Listening and Speaking
Grammar
Commenting on a poem
Present progressive active and
p109
passive
Speaking Cleft sentences
Proposals to combat Vocabulary
climate change p107 Adverb / adjective collocations

12pages
116–125
Knowledge and
technology
talk about knowledge and
Language focus
Talking about
knowledge and
information p117
Reading
The end of general
knowledge? p116
Hole in the Wall project p118
Across cultures
Technology
Keywords sure, certain
technology Developments and
advances p119
Listening EXPLOREWriting
discuss how to access The Hole in the Wall project give written advice
information p118 write steps in a process
describe technological
Listening and Speaking describe how to do something
advances
talk about how things develop The role of technology in
Look again
explain an idea obtaining information p117
Grammar
deliver a positive message
Speaking Participle clauses
Target activity Finding out information p116 Vocabulary
The influence of computer Computer icons and collocations
Deliver a confident message
technology p119 knowledge and information

Activities pages 126–139, Grammar reference pages 140–145, Scripts pages 146–160

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