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American English in brain is an built-in, four-skills path for newbie to complicated teenage newcomers of yank English. American English in brain point three Student's e-book with DVD-ROM beneficial properties sixteen devices. Thought-provoking examining, listening, conversing, and writing issues encourage teenage scholars of yankee English. Content-rich photostories and dialogues current modern spoken American English in life like contexts. 'Culture in brain' sections supply perception into diverse points of English-speaking lifestyles. 'Check your growth' sections aid scholars video display their studying. The DVD-ROM gains stimulating grammar workouts, video games, video, unit exams, Workbook audio, and chosen Student's publication audio. The video clips function the photostory characters and contain 'Videoke,' which permits scholars to checklist and listen to their voices in parts of the video dialogues.
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It's like talking to a 4: Revision Put these pairs of words into the sentences below: smokes - chimney foot - door bashing - brick talking - brick night - tiles meeting - closed 1. I'm hoping to get a in the 2. I'm my head against a wall. 3. She like a 4. We're going out for a on the 5. They're having a behind doors. 6. It's like to a wall. Look back at the idioms in this unit and find the missing words: 7. at death's 12. goes out the 8. like a of bricks 13. hit the 9. the of power 14. went through the 10.
Come on! Come and dance. It's fun. Don't be such a ! 8. For an unknown reason, fewer people are studying mathematics at university these days. Not surprisingly, the number of new maths teachers applying for jobs is slowly starting to 4: Revision Look back at the idioms in this unit and add the missing words to the following collocations: 1. a sudden 2. make a 3. go with the 4. a of laughter 5. a or of people 6. a of faces 7. stem the 8 out of the stadium Do you know or work with anybody who is "a bit wet"?
4. Trousers are sometimes called 5. If you run after someone to try to catch them, you them. 6. Honey is made by 7 is dried grass, used for packing things or for animals to sleep on. 8. Farmers keep pigs in a pig9. If you something, you hold it and wave it around. 2: A bee in his bonnet Put the following pairs of words into the sentences below: bee - bonnet sheep -family bull - horns ants - pants fish - water fish - sea cat - bag cows - home 1. He's got a in his about only using recycled goods.