ExpressWays / Edition 2

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Overview

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.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780133855357
  • Publisher: Pearson Education ESL
  • Publication date: 4/9/1996
  • Series: ExpressWays Series
  • Edition description: 2nd ed
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 187
  • Sales rank: 280,874
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 10.60 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Exit 1 Meeting and Greeting People Giving Information

Let Me Introduce Myself

You’re New Here, Aren’t You?

Nice to Meet You

Passport, Please!

I Have a Reservation

We Need Some Information

No More Numbers, Please!

Exit 2 Sharing News and Information

What’s New with You?

Is Anything Wrong?

Can I Ask You a Question?

What Are You Going to Do This Weekend?

Tell Me a Little About Yourself

The Weekend

Exit 3 People and Places

Directory Assistance

Guess I Dialed the Wrong Number

Does This Train Go to the Bronx?

When Is the Next Flight to Chicago?

Can You Tell Me How to Get to City Hall?

I’m Lost!

Honk! Honk!

Exit 4 Housing and Food

Looking for an Apartment

Could You Do Me a Favor?

It’s in the Dairy Section, Aisle B

It’s Amazing How Little You Can Buy!

Mmm! These Are Delicious!

Could I Ask You for the Recipe?

Food Markets

Exit 5 What Position Do You Have Open?

Has Bob Gone to the Bank Yet?

Have You Ever Flown a 747?

Have You Given Out the Paychecks Yet?

Do You Know How to Use a Word Processor?

Can You Tell Me a Little More About the Position?

The Job Interview

Exit 6 Health and Emergencies

I Want to Report an Emergency!

I Want to Report an Accident!

Can You Recommend Something for a Stuffy Nose?

I’m Not Feeling Very Well

Do You Have Any Allergies?

I Strongly Advise You to Change Your Diet

Be Sure to Follow the Directions on the Label

It Might Work for You

Can I Offer a Suggestion?

Exit 7 Shopping

Where Can I Find Washing Machines?

I’d Like to Buy a Sony Color TV

I’m Looking for a Leather Belt for My Husband

I’d Like to Return This Coat

Catalog Stores

I’d Like to Purchase a Money Order, Please

I’d Like to Mail This Package to Minneapolis

I’m Interested in This Car

Exit 8 Recreation

What Do You Want to Do Today?

What Would You Prefer to Do?

Would You Like to Go Skiing Tomorrow?

Maybe Some Other Time

I Hadn’t Seen a Play in Ages!

They Had Been Looking Forward to It for a Long Time

What Do You Want to Watch?

VCRs

Appendix

Grammar Constructions

Cardinal Numbers

Ordinal Numbers

Irregular Verbs

Scripts for Listening Exercises

Grammar Index

Topic Index

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  • Posted March 27, 2010

    Foreign Language Students Love It For Learning English

    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.

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