In this episode we will hear someone talking about a new type of crime - electronic crime. Then we will look at word families and do some spelling.
In this episode we are going to look at ways of discussing a topic. When you are writing or speaking, you can present facts, or you can use your opinion - but how can you tell the difference?
In this epsiode we look at the language of description. We are going to talk about businesses and different ways to discuss economic information.
In this episode we are going to be making comparisons and also look at prepositions of time. We will hear from an academic who will talk about the Australian economy and the Australian dollar.
In this episode we will be looking at ways of brainstorming, taking notes and developing ideas. Our topic will be global warming and the environment.
In this episode we will be looking the language of cause and effect by talking about greenhouse gases and global warming. Plus we will look at the English names of the major countries of the world and their nationalities.
This episode uses an environmental story with a difference to illustrate the types of language needed to describe processes.
In this episode we look at how to correctly use the relative pronouns, that, which and who and we will also practise linking words when speaking English.
In this episode we will talk about acronyms, abbreviations and names. We will also do some vocabularly building.
In this episode we are going to look at ways of connecting both simple and complex ideas. One way of doing this is to use conjunctions or words that join.
In this episode we will look at ways to talk about something that has happened in the past. Plus we will look at ways to form compound and complex sentences.
In this epsiode we will look at how to describe cycles and also the use and purpose of phrasal verbs.
In this epsiode we will look at when to use indefinite articles like a or an and when to use the definite article the.
In this epsiode we will look conditional sentences, or sentences that use the word if.
In this episode we are looking at adjectives - how you order them and how you use them to compare and describe things.
In this episode we will discuss how to talk about things in the future.
In this episode we're going to look at some of the features of formal, written English.
In this episode we will look at language you can use to describe processes, including transition signals.
In this epsiode we will listen to numbers and practise saying and spelling them.
In this episode we will talk about places, locations and directions.
In this epsiode we will learn about the continuous tense and practice some sentence stress.
In this episode we will listen to a finance report and learn about numerical data. It is important to be able to understand and describe numerical data using decimals, fractions and currencies.
In this episode we're going to talk about ways to describe appearance, character and behaviour.
In this episode we are going to look at intonation - the meaning behind the tone of your voice. Plus we review the use of the comma.
In this episode we will talk about simple present tense, definitions and technical vocabulary, all the things you need to know and use to write a report.
In this episode we are going to look at classification - how things are sorted into classes or groups. Plus we will practice the pronunciation of final s sounds.