ExpressWays / Edition 2by Steven J. Molinsky
Pub. Date: 07/16/1996
Publisher: Pearson Education ESL
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./i>… See more details below
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.
Table of Contents
Exit 1 Friends and Neighbors
You Must Be Our New Neighbor
Are You New Here?
I Just Moved In
Are You Allowed to Park in Front of the Building?
Do You Want Any Help?
Could You Possibly Lend Me a Cup of Sugar?
What Do You Know About Radiators?
Could You Tell Me If You Fix Kitchen Sinks?
I Think I’ve Figured Out What the Problem Is
Exit 2 Calling People Going Places
Could You Please Tell Me How to Use This Pay Phone?
I’d Like to Reserve Two Seats
I’d Like to Make This a Person-to-Person Collect Call, Please
Please Fasten Your Seat Belt
Do You by Any Chance Know What Our Expected Arrival Time Is?
I’m Calling to Tell Him His Car Is Ready
I’m Calling to Ask Her If She’d Like to See a Movie
Please Leave Your Name and Message
Exit 3 Personal Finances
Maybe You Should Stop at the Bank
Did You Remember to Pay the Gas Bill?
I’m Having Trouble Balancing the Checkbook
I Believe There’s a Mistake on My Electric Bill
I’d Like Some Information About Opening an Account
I’d Like to Apply for a Loan
I Don’t Think We Can Afford It
Would You Be Interested in Applying for a P.F. Nickel’s Charge Card?
Exit 4 Is Parking Permitted Here?
I Don’t Think You’re Allowed to
Let Me See Your License
You Could Have Gotten a Ticket!
Your Teacher Called Today
Could You Please Write a Note to My Teacher?
Welcome to Our “Open House” Parents’ Night!
I Just Received My Grades
Students, Schools, and Technology
Exit 5 At Work
Do You Want Me to Get That Man’s Car?
Kid I Write Up This Invoice All Right?
I Think You Could Have Hooked It Up a Little Better
You Aren’t Frying the Eggs the Right Way
That Isn’t Exactly Right
Thanks for Warning Me
I Was Wondering If I Might Possibly Offer a Suggestion
The Labor Movement in the United States
Exit 6 Rights and Responsibilities
I’d Like to Return This Garden Hose
It Still Isn’t Working Right
Could You Please Turn Down the Volume on Your TV?
I’m Really Annoyed with the Superintendent
I’d Rather Not Have to Call the Health Department
Breaks Are Guaranteed in Our Contract
I Think You Should Hire a Lawyer
You Should Write to the Mayor and Express Your Opinion
Exit 7 Friends, Family, and Co-Workers
That’s Just What I Was Thinking
I Like Your Sweater
How Do You Like My Tie?
Did You See the New Episode of “Pittsburgh Police”?
I’ve Been Meaning to Ask You…
Exit 8 Strategies for Communicating Saying Good-Bye
Traffic Is Terrible Today, Isn’t It
Excuse Me for Interrupting
Let Me Put It This Way
What You’re Really Saying
I’ve Really Got to Go Now
I’m Glad We Had A Chance to Talk
It Seems to Me…
Expressing Opinions on the Job
Scripts for Listening Exercises
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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.