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Home; Try Inside Out Print them out and try them with your next class. Beginner Unit pdf; Elementary Unit 4 Coming Soon; Pre-intermediate Unit 8. pdf. New American. Inside Out. Sue Kay Vaughan Jones. Adapted by: Peter Maggs Catherine Smith. O Student's Book with CD-ROM. Upper intermediate. # # #. The Student's Book provides the skills, grammar and vocabulary foundation for each level. Each New American Inside Out Student's Book is accompanied with.
English Type: There are now 8 pages of 'core' content per unit, plus extra pages which comprise the additional syllabus. Useful phrases - a language bank of practical English, built up unit-by-unit, to provide students with the key Sue Kay and Vaughan Jones.
Publication Date: Contains pages of Elementary Student's Book - Pairwork: Student A; Pairwork: Basic scaffolding[ edit ] The key elements of the scaffolding are the standard, ledger and transoms.
The standards, also called uprights, are the vertical tubes that transfer the entire weight of the structure to the ground where they rest on a square base plate to spread the load. The base plate has a shank in its centre to hold the tube and is sometimes pinned to a sole board. Ledgers are horizontal tubes which connect between the standards.
Transoms rest upon the ledgers at right angles. Main transoms are placed next to the standards, they hold the standards in place and provide support for boards; intermediate transoms are those placed between the main transoms to provide extra support for boards. In Canada this style is referred to as "English".
Scaffolding in Tretyakovsky Proyezd , Moscow As well as the tubes at right angles there are cross braces to increase rigidity, these are placed diagonally from ledger to ledger, next to the standards to which they are fitted.
If the braces are fitted to the ledgers they are called ledger braces. Of the couplers previously mentioned, right-angle couplers join ledgers or transoms to standards, putlog or single couplers join board bearing transoms to ledgers - Non-board bearing transoms should be fixed using a right-angle coupler.
Swivel couplers are to connect tubes at any other angle.
The actual joints are staggered to avoid occurring at the same level in neighbouring standards. Basic scaffold dimensioning terms.
No boards, bracing or couplers shown The spacings of the basic elements in the scaffold are fairly standard. For a general purpose scaffold the maximum bay length is 2. The scaffolding width is determined by the width of the boards, the minimum width allowed[ where? More heavy-duty scaffolding can require 5, 6 or even up to 8 boards width. Often an inside board is added to reduce the gap between the inner standard and the structure. The lift height, the spacing between ledgers, is 2 m, although the base lift can be up to 2.
Foundations[ edit ] Good foundations are essential. Often scaffold frameworks will require more than simple base plates to safely carry and spread the load. Scaffolding can be used without base plates on concrete or similar hard surfaces, although base plates are always recommended. For surfaces like pavements or tarmac base plates are necessary.
For heavier duty scaffold much more substantial baulks set in concrete can be required. A working platform requires certain other elements to be safe. They must be close-boarded, have double guard rails and toe and stop boards.
Safe and secure access must also be provided. Scaffolding showing required protection of a working platform with maximum dimensions. Butt-board not visible. Scaffolds are only rarely independent structures. Checking your knowledge of word order with different types of phrasal verbs.
Listening Listening to Jane talking to a friend about free time and keying in comparative adjectives to complete the conversation. Listening to a radio report about a new soccer stadium and selecting the correct numbers to complete the report. Vocabulary Practicing using 'play', 'do' and 'go' with different sports. Practicing phrasal verbs with 'down'. Wh- words: It covers the uses of 'have to' and 'should', the present perfect for time 'up to now' and the simple past.
Grammar Checking your knowledge of 'have to' to talk about obligation.
Practicing the present perfect simple with 'ever' and 'never'. Practicing the simple past and the present perfect. Practicing irregular simple past and past participle forms. Vocabulary Practicing words and phrases used when talking about jobs. Useful Phrases Listening to two interviews about people's jobs and choosing the correct answers to complete two surveys.
Listening Listening to a conversation about an explorer and choosing the correct present perfect form to complete statements about him. Uses of have: Pronunciation Practicing identifying the stress pattern in two- and three-syllable words. Reading Visiting an external website and answering questions about a famous department store. Listening Listening to a conversation about a pen pal magazine and completing information on the interests of each person shown in the magazine.
Listening to a radio interview with a flm star and selecting true or false for each statement. Grammar Practicing adverbs of frequency in sentences about seasons and the weather.
Practicing the use of '-ing' forms and infnitves. Practicing comparative and superlative adjectives. Practicing the use of the regular and irregular past tense, and the present perfect to talk about the past. It covers subject and object questions, stative verbs, and the use of 'going to' and the present progressive for the future.
Listening Listening to a girl talking about her family and the environment and selecting the correct form of the simple present to complete sentences.
Listening to a passage about tourists polluting the environment and keying in the missing words to complete a text. Listening to an interview with a woman talking about her travel plans and selecting true or false for each statement. Grammar Checking your knoweldge of 'wh-' questions that ask about a subject.
Checking your knowledge of 'wh-' questions that ask about an object. Checking your knowledge of stative verbs that are not used in the progressive forms. Practicing the present progressive for future use. Useful Phrases Practicing words and expressions used on the phone. Good for the environment Listening Activity Wh- questions: It covers the uses of 'could', 'have to', 'should' and 'must'. Grammar Practicing 'had to', 'didn't have to' and 'couldn't'.
Practicing the modal verb 'should'. Practicing the modal verbs 'can't' and 'don't have to'. Useful Phrases Listening to three interviews with teenagers, matching what they say with pictures and listening for phrases they use to express their views. Listening Listening to an interview about life in the s and selecting the statements that match the speaker's opinions. Listening to a teenager asking for permission to go out and choosing the correct answer to questions. Vocabulary Practicing words and phrases used to talk about education.
Listening Activity Modals of obligation Language Exercise Modals of advice Language Exercise Modals of obligation and necessity Language Exercise Obligation and advice Language Exercise Points of view Listening Activity 9 Smile This syllabus item provides practice of the kind of language we use to talk about people and places. It covers verbs followed by '-ing' forms and infnitives, the present perfect with 'for' and 'since', and the present perfect progressive.
Vocabulary Practicing words for parts of the body.
Listening Listening to descriptions of four people and choosing the adjectives that best describe each person. Listening to somebody talking about a trip to Bermuda and choosing the correct option to answer questions. Grammar Checking your knowledge of the difference between the infnitive and '-ing' forms.
Practicing the present perfect with 'for' or 'since'. Checking your knowledge of when to use the present perfect progressive. Practicing the present perfect progressive. Contrasting the present perfect simple and the present perfect progressive. Practicing verbs followed by an '-ing' form or infnitive with a change in meaning. Grammar Practicing recognition of the verbs that are not normally used in the progressive forms.
Practicing the present perfect simple. Reading Visiting external websites and answering questions about Easter Island, one of the remotest inhabited islands in the world.
Listening Listening to someone talking about environmental issues and keying the correct number into each gap. Listening to someone talking about his trip to South America and listing the place names in the order he mentions them. It covers the simple future, the frst conditional, and the use of 'used to'. Pronunciation Identifying the same vowel sounds in single words that may have different spellings.
Grammar Practicing the simple future. Checking your knowledge of the affrmative form of the frst conditional. Practicing the use of 'used to' for past habits and states.