Getting the Message 3 Student's book: A Reading Course for by Dermot Murphy

By Dermot Murphy

Getting the Message is a brand new three-level supplementary direction designed to stimulate and expand scholars' talents and curiosity in examining. it really is geared toward scholars from eleven or 12 to sixteen years previous, from straightforward to intermediate point. There are ten topic-based devices in every one point. the subjects were rigorously selected for the ideal age staff and a large choice of textual content forms is roofed. The texts are in particular written or tailored to permit cautious grading of language and content material applicable to the extent. every one unit incorporates a variety of actions designed to improve studying talents, extra vocabulary and grammar workouts, follow-up undertaking paintings associated with the subject, and a constructing abilities part, which permits scholars to evaluate and speak about their examining abilities. A cassette containing recordings of the interpreting texts accompanies every one point and a unmarried Teacher's consultant to all 3 degrees is offered.

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Stress the words in bold (usually with an extra strong stress at the end of each chunk) 3. put no stress on unimportant words like to, at, of, a and the Which extract sounds more fluent? Which sounds more emphatic? Which do you prefer? m TASK 2 Break the following presentation extract first into small chunks, then into larger ones. Read each version aloud. Which version do you think sounds better? I have two 'golden rules'. First, I make sure that departments interfere as little as possible in each other's Try mixing large and small chunks.

The loss of 4% of our business to the Austrians isn't a serious matter, but it's serious enough to demand our attention this morning - so, what's going on? Read the extracts aloud until you are happy with the way you sound. The cassette provides a good model for you. Use it to check your answers after you have done the exercise. 2 busic techniques Emphasis 2 m TASK Read the following presentation extracts. First, decide where you could add extra emphasis. Then write in the intensifiers given at the end of the sentence.

Well, we certainly don't . . . . . any money on it, I'm ............ 9. We've come out of this pretty badly. -> Well, we certainly haven't come out of it very . . . . . , and there's no .......... denying it. I 10. How long can things continue to get worse? > Well, they certainly won't get . . . . . overnight, and I can't . . . . . that they will. Notice in the examples above how the presenter rephrases each negative remark in a positive way. Underline all the fixed expressions in each diplomatic response.

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