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Lado English Series, Level 5 (3rd edition)

Lado English Series, Level 5 (3rd edition)

By: Robert Lado (author)Paperback

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The Lado English series, by Robert Lado, is a complete six-level, four-skills course in English. Each level is carefully graded and consists of a Student Book, Workbook, Teacher's Edition, and Audio Program. The series takes a balanced approach to English teaching and learning, offering a wide variety of techniques and activities--including conversations and discussions, study frames and contextualized grammar exercises, listening and interaction activities, readings and role play--to help students learn English.


Unit 1 Deciding between Work and Entertainment StructuresSTUDY 1 The expression because ofSTUDY 2 To infinitive phrase of purposeSTUDY 3 Very/tooSTUDY 4 EnoughREAD ProcrastinationPHRASAL VERBS 1 Call up, get over, go over, put off, turn off, turn onPHRASAL VERBS 2 Separable phrasal verbsPHRASAL VERBS 3 Nonseparable phrasal verbsVOCABULARY EXPANSION The prefixes mis- and re-PRONOUNCE: [ay] FunctionsExtending an informal invitation Refusing an invitationPersuading Someone Giving a reasonCountering an argument Unit 2 Lost and Found StructuresSTUDY 1 And ... too connecting two affirmative statementsSTUDY 2 And ... either connecting two negative statementsSTUDY 3 But connecting an affirmative and a negative statementsREAD Interpreting Your DreamsPHRASAL VERBS Count on, give back, and give in (to)VOCABULARY EXPANSION 1 The prefixes pre-/post- and bi-/semi-VOCABULARY EXPANSION 2 The prefixes in-/im-/il-/ir-PRONOUNCE: [5] Functions Giving advice Expressing happinessMaking a supposition Expressing thankfulnessExpressing indifference Unit 3 Solving a Crime StructuresSTUDY 1 It in the subject position for a delayed to infinitiveSTUDY 2 It in the subject position for a delayed to infinitive introduced by a for phraseSTUDY 3 The -ing form of the verb as a subjectSTUDY 4 Qualifiers as noun substitutesREAD How to Make FriendsPHRASAL VERBS Break into, get away, get away with, and make up VOCABULARY EXPANSION The prefixes un-, dis-, and en-PRONOUNCE: [y] FunctionsAsking for information SuggestingReporting Unit 4 An Emergency Decision StructuresSTUDY 1 The infinitive as the object of a verbSTUDY 2 The use of the to infinitive after certain verbsREAD Marathon WomanPHRASAL VERBS Call out, look out (for), and take offVOCABULARY EXPANSION The prefixes inter-, intra-, extra-, trans-, and tele-PRONOUNCE: [5], [y] FunctionsAsking for assistance CautioningExpressing a conflict Expressing possibility Unit 5 Refusing an Invitation StructuresSTUDY 1 Adjectives with the to infinitiveSTUDY 2 The -ing form of the verb as objectSTUDY 3 The to infinitive or the -ing form of the verb as objectsREAD Entertainment at No CostPHRASAL VERBS Come up with, turn down, and turn up VOCABULARY EXPANSION The prefixes over-/under-, up-/down-, and in-/out-PRONOUNCE: [~] FunctionsInviting Suggesting an alternativeRefusing an invitation Ending a conversation Unit 6 Friday the Thirteenth StructuresSTUDY 1 The past perfect tenseSTUDY 2 Tense sequence in the pastREAD How to Improve Your Study HabitsPHRASAL VERBS Break up, point out, and walk out on VOCABULARY EXPANSION The suffixes -ful and -shipPRONOUNCE: Initial consonant cluster with s- FunctionsDeclining an invitation Countering an argumentAsking about an opinion Conceding a pointExpressing an opinion Unit 7 Volunteer Work StructuresSTUDY 1 Series of adjectives as modifiers of a nounSTUDY 2 Series of nouns as modifiers of a nounSTUDY 3 Adverbs as modifiers of nounsREAD The Tortoise and the HarePHRASAL VERBS Make fun of, get back at, and take (something) out on VOCABULARY EXPANSION The suffixes -ness and -mentPRONOUNCE: Final consonant clusters and third person singular verbs ending in [-s] and [-z] FunctionsPersuading Justifying an actionGiving advice Unit 8 Choosing a Career StructuresSTUDY 1 The passive constructionSTUDY 2 Adjectives ending in -ing and -edREAD JusticePHRASAL VERBS Keep back, keep up with, and speak up VOCABULARY EXPANSION Nouns with the suffix -ionPRONOUNCE: The final consonant clusters with regular past and past participle forms ending in [-t] and [-d] FunctionsAsking about future plans Defending oneselfCriticizing Unit 9 Honesty or Loyalty StructuresSTUDY 1 The order of ordinal and cardinal numbersSTUDY 2 The order of numbers and other adjectivesSTUDY 3 Sentences with an if conditionSTUDY 4 Sentences with an if condition in the present tense and a main clause in the future tenseSTUDY 5 Contrary-to-fact conditional sentences in the present tenseREAD LostPHRASAL VERBS Keep out, look up to, and take back VOCABULARY EXPANSION The suffixes -less and -lyPRONOUNCE: Consonants followed by syllabic consonants FunctionsDebating an issue Giving a warningCountering an argument Expressing anger Unit 10 Getting Admitted to a University StructuresSTUDY 1 Sentences with time clausesSTUDY 2 The use of the verbs make and doREAD Hearts and HandsPHRASAL VERBS Look over, fill out, and figure outVOCABULARY EXPANSION The suffixes -er/-or and -able/-iblePRONOUNCE: Unstressed vowels [Y] and [i] and spelling FunctionsAsking for assistance Countering an argumentAsking for and giving an opinion Agreeing Irregular VerbsKey to PronunciationVocabulary

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  • ISBN13: 9780135223277
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 184
  • ID: 9780135223277
  • weight: 287
  • ISBN10: 013522327X
  • edition: 3rd edition

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