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Expressways, by Steven J. Molinsky and Bill Bliss, is a complete four-level course that features all-skills language practice. The series incorporates cooperative learning, critical thinking, problem solving, role-playing, cross-cultural discussions, self-assessment, and community activities to promote an interactive, student-centered learning experience. New Activity and Test Prep Workbooks provide a variety of exercises and activities for reinforcing grammar, and grammar and test-taking practice to prepare students for standardized tests.
Exit 1 Friends and Neighbors
Hello. I’m Your Neighbor
Is There a Laundromat in the Neighborhood?
Can I Park My Car Here?
Can I Help You Take Out the Garbage?
Could You Lend Me a Hammer?
I Knocked on Your Door Several Times Last Week
Maybe You Should Call a Plumber
Do You Fix Kitchen Sinks?
Exit 2 Calling People Going Places
Could You Please Tell Me How to Make a Long-Distance Call?
I Want to Make This a Collect Call, Please
May I Please Speak to Betty?
She Won’t Be Back Until 3:00
When Is the Next Bus to Buffalo?
Please Fasten Your Seat Belt!
I Want to Report an Emergency!
Exit 3 Do We Need Anything from the Supermarket?
What Do You Want Me to Get?
I Want a Pound of Roast Beef
Your Change Is $2.75
I’d Like a Hamburger and an Order of French Fries
I’d Like the Chicken
Would You Like a Few More Meatballs?
Can You Tell Me the Recipe?
Exit 4 Personal Finances
I Don’t Think We Can Afford It
Can You Show Me a Less Expensive One?
I Think We Should Stop at the Bank
I’d Like to Deposit This in My Savings Account
I’m Balancing the Checkbook
Why Are You Banging on the Vending Machine?
Did You Remember to Pay the Telephone Bill?
I Think There’s a Mistake on My Electric Bill
Bob Anderson and His Checkbook
Exit 5 At Work
Could You Please Give This Report to Mr. Lewis?
Would You Like Me to Set Up the Conference Room?
You’re a Very Accurate Translator!
Am I Typing Fast Enough?
I Won’t Be Able to Work This Weekend
I’m Sorry That I Couldn’t Work Overtime Yesterday
Too Many Excuses!
Could I possibly Leave an Hour Early Today?
Exit 6 Rules and Regulations
Are You Allowed to Swim Here?
You Aren’t Allowed to Park Here
“No Right Turn on Red”
Let Me See Your License
Rules of the Building
When Are You Going to Fix My Sink?
You Must Always Wear Your Uniform
You Should Write to the Mayor
There Ought to Be a Law
Exit 7 School, Family, and Friends
How Is David Doing in Math This Year?
This Is Mrs. Smith, the School Principal, Calling
Whose Things Are These?
How Much Longer?
Good News! Bad News!
Did You Hear the News?
I Really Like Your New Laptop Computer
What Are You Going to Do This Weekend?
Exit 8 Strategies for Communicating
I’m Sorry to Interrupt
What Does That Mean?
I’ve Really Got to Go Now
In My Opinion
The Game of Language
Scripts for Listening Exercises
Posted March 27, 2010
My foreign language students love it for learning english vocabulary and dialogues they will come to use on a daily basis. It is innovative and the colorful, humorous drawings help to make the vocabulary easy to commit to memory.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.