Our Discovery Island Starter Student's Book Plus Pin Code by Tessa Lochowski

By Tessa Lochowski

Each one point of the Pupil's ebook includes a Welcome unit and eight devices each one designed for 2-3 hours of sophistication a week. each one unit contains a cross-curricular lesson and a "phonics" lesson. The entry code revealed behind the e-book supplies students and oldsters particular and secure entry to the web international.

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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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