GREEN APPLE is a series of illustrated graded readers especially designed for young teenagers. Many of the readers are adaptations of classic stories, but there are also some original stories and non-fiction readers. The readers are graded into three levels - Starter, Step 1 and Step 2 - according to structural & lexical criteria, as well as the suitability of the subject matter for the different age groups. The lexis contained in the readers is checked against the ESOL, Flyers, KET & PET vocab lists.Features:. introduction about the author and his/her times. wide variety of interesting activities to help understanding of the text, and to work on all four language skills and lexis. activities in the style of the Cambridge ESOL & Trinity exams. cross-curricular dossiers. a recording on CD of the text in British or American English, with extra listening activities. extensive vocabulary footnotes, often illustrated. guided Internet projects. free downloadable answer key with exit test at www.blackcat-cideb.comSome titles contain extra features:. playscript at the back of the book. audio CD/CD-ROM containing extra interactive language & cross-cultural activities.
Starter - A1 (beginnners)- Present Simple & Continuous, Future reference with Present Continuous & Simple & 'going to', Imperative with 2nd person & 'Let's', Infinitives & gerunds after common verbs, Co-ordination (but, and, or, and then), Subordination (because, when), Quantifires
Step 1 - A2 (false beginners)- Past Simple & Continuous, Future reference with 'will', Passive forms in Present & Past Simple, Subordination with 'if', defining relative clauses (who, where) Comparison of regular & irregula adjectives, formation of regular & irregular adverbs
Step 2 - A2-B1 (intermediate)- Present Perfect Simple (ever, never, yet, already, still, just, for, since), verb + object + infinitive, defining relative clauses, clauses of time (when, while, until, before, after, as soon as), Clause of purpose
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