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English Year 1 Groups F,H homework Oct 18

Pubblicato il 06/10/2018


Homework for Oct 25

Read or listen to something to discuss in class with your neighbours. This is a suggestion:

Navigate: Grammar Reference p 148, 149  

p. 35 

p. 24  4a  Write a few well-crafted paragraphs to answer the questions about either the movement of passengers or goods. 

workbook: 3,3, 4.1, 

My Grammar Lab 33, 34, 62

I wiill be available: on Wednesdays in the CEL room, second floor, Palazzo Cosulich, from 14.30 - 15.30; Palazzo Cosulich Auletta lingue, ground floor 15.45 - 16.45: on Thursdays Auletta lingue 15.45 - 16.45.      


My groups are F (German and Portuguese M-Z) and H (Spanish, Russian, LIS P-Z). 

Our lessons will be on Thursdays in Rio Novo 5. Group F: 8.45 - 12.00; Group H 12.15 - 15.30 Aula Azzurra, Ca' Bernardo

These are the books that you need to buy for the course. Please pay attention to the ISBN number, as there are many different versions available! 

Navigate C1: SB + WB C/C + eBk + OOSP (online practice)
9780194521864 (Oxford University Press)

MyGrammarLab C1/C2 with key and online 9781408299111 (Pearson)  (this book is optional but highly recommended) 


English for Business, Tourism Year 2 homework

Pubblicato il 04/10/2018

Homework for Oct 16

Student's book:

Grammar bank 7B 

Mini grammar p 69 

Vocabulary bank p 159 

Workbook 7B 

Grammar Builder unit 21 - 24 

Read an article about a subject that interests you. 

Our next topic will be crime. You might want to watch one of these videos comparing incarceration systems in Norway and the US.  (the Economist - longer)  (Michael Moore - shorter) 




Homework for Oct 9: 

Student's book:

Grammar 7A  p 144 (b)

Workbook unit 7A

Read article p 65

Vocabulary bank p 158

Grammar Builder Units 11 - 14

watch the following videos on the gender pay gap  watch both videos (about sceptics at the top and at the bottom, on what would happen to the economy if women were paid equally)

Read this article to discuss in class:


Homework for Oct 2: Grammar Bank 6B (b); revise and check p 62, 63 (except for film)

Watch this TED talk: Be able to understand why it is important to sleep well, what different kinds of sleep we have and which one is the most regenerative, and what Gartenberg did to increase the quality of his sleep and is proposing to sell to the public. 

Read an article to discuss in class. This is one choice:

Grammar Builder: units 4, 19, 20 



Homework for Sept 25:

English File p 55 reading and exercise (c); grammar bank p 142 part b (remember to consult the appendix on p 164 to help you); read an article or listen to something about music (the industry, music in our lives, etc.) to discuss in class.


My group is C (surnames ending in P-Z) and will meet on Tuesdays from 9-12 in room 5. 

Our coursebook will be the second half of English File Upper-Intermediate by Christina Latham-Koenig and Clive Oxenden, Oxford University Press. 

I look forward to seeing you in class next Tuesday, Sept 18th. 

My receiving hours are from 12 -13 on Tuesdays.

English Year 2 Group E homework Oct 24

Pubblicato il 04/10/2018

Homework for Oct 24

Read or listen to something in English to discuss in class for a few minutes with your neighbours. 

One suggestion:

Headway p. 26, 27 Reading

P. 26 Write a few paragraphs about one of the questions in part 5

Headway workbook unit 3 

My Grammar Lab 42, 45, 46

EAP unit 10 


I wiill be available: on Wednesdays in the CEL room, second floor, Palazzo Cosulich, from 14.30 - 15.30; Palazzo Cosulich Auletta lingue, ground floor 15.45 - 17.45      



New Headway Advanced Fourth Edition with workbook and key, Digital by Liz and John Soars, Paul Hancock, Oxford University Press

An optional grammar book which I highly recommend for use in the second and third years is: MyGrammarLab Advanced C1/C2 with key by Mark Foley and Diane Hall, Pearson 

(ISBN 978-1-4082-9911-1)

Another optional reference and exercise book which can be used for self-study in the second year is: Oxford Grammar for EAP, by Ken Paterson with Roberta Wedge, Oxford University Press


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