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By Damian Williams

Speakout is a brand new normal English direction that is helping grownup beginners achieve self assurance in all ability parts utilizing actual fabrics from the BBC. With its wide variety of aid fabric, it meets the varied wishes of newbies in numerous instructing occasions and is helping to bridge the space among the school room and the true international. Speakout has been constructed in organization with BBC around the world and BBC studying English.
The Speakout lecturers source ebook includes every thing the instructor needs:
• certain educating notes together with extension principles, educating guidance and tradition notes.
• an in depth financial institution of photocopiable actions masking grammar, vocabulary and sensible language in communicative contexts.
• Mid-course and finish after all checks overlaying grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation in addition to the 4 talents.

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Answers: The object is a very old carpet. 3ackground: Her great-grandfather took it from Calcutta :::> 50uth Africa. The speaker inherited it from her ;randmother. 4ysical description: brightly coloured, red, white, green and ;old with patterns like leaves, frayed. • alue: it's important because of the story of the great;randfather taking it from Calcutta to 50uth Africa. Also Jecause she inherited it and will pass it on to her children. 1emories: Childhood memory of it hanging on her ;randmother's wall.

Otherwise, check the notes with 5s, especially the use of But for. In each exercise, do the first sentence as an example. 5s complete the exercises alone, then check their answers in pairs. 5s can refer to the notes to help them. Answera: 1 1 had listened, wouldn't be 2 becoming, had spent 3 would have found, had called 4 had taken over, would have caused S told, would be staying 6 arriving, would have died 7 had known, wouldn't have cooked 8 not pulled, would have won 2 1 If we hadn't gambled on red, we would have won.

S If only I hadn't forgotten my keys, we wouldn't be locked out! 61f I hadn't dropped out of university, I wouldn't be working in a boring, lowpaid job. 7 Ahmed wishes he had spoken to you before you left. 8 But for his injury, we would have won. - Watch out! After I wish I ... and If only I ... , or in 2 nd conditional . g. I wish I were rich, or I wish I was rich) He would love this if he was/were here. Were is recommended and more acceptable, but was is increasingly used in spoken English, and sounds more informal.

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