Lado English Series / Edition 1

Lado English Series / Edition 1

by Robert Lado
ISBN-10:
0135223431
ISBN-13:
9780135223437
Pub. Date:
08/06/1990
Publisher:
Pearson Education ESL

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Overview

Lado English Series / Edition 1

The Lado English Series is designed for high school, institute, and adult programs needing a clear presentation of grammar and an easy-to-follow instructional design. Six carefully graded levels take adults and young adults from no knowledge of English to basic facility in all four language skills. The new edition features more listening comprehension practice, functional language, and composition activities. A totally new design for student texts, workbooks and teacher's editions makes the series even easier to use. Full-color illustrations in Books 1 and 2 get students off to a lively start.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780135223437
Publisher: Pearson Education ESL
Publication date: 08/06/1990
Series: Lado English Series
Edition description: New Student Edition
Pages: 200
Product dimensions: 6.80(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)

Table of Contents

(Note: Each chapter ends with Read, Idioms, Vocabulary, and Expansion sections.)

I. MEETING SOME NEW NEIGHBORS.

Structures. 1. If with Contrary-to-fact Past Conditions.
2. Should have, Would have, and Could have in Contrary to Fact Sentences.
3. Must and Must have Indicating Probability and Might and Might have Indicating Possibility.
4. If, Unless, and Whether or not.

Functions. Attracting Attention.
Introducing.
Accepting Invitations.
Inviting.

II. THE OYSTER AND THE PEARL.

Structures. 1. Requests.
2. Reflexive Pronouns as Objects.
3. Reflexive Pronouns as Emphasizers.

Functions. Asking for Information.
Expressing Concern.
Contradicting.
Expressing Doubt.
Reporting Statements.
Making Suggestions.

III. LIFE ON EUROPA?

Structures. 1. Passives.
2. Passives with Get.
3. Cause and Purpose Subordinators.
4. Sentences Related by Cause and Consequence.

Functions. Asking for Information.
Describing.

IV. A TRIP TO WASHINGTON DC.

Structures. 1. Change of Person in Indirect Speech.
2. Change of Tense in IndirectSpeech.
3. Wish + Subjunctive.

Functions. Spelling Names.
Giving Directions.

V. GOOD QUALITY AT A REASONABLE PRICE.

Structures. 1. The Present Perfect Progressive.
2. The Past Perfect Progressive.
3. Tag Questions.

Functions. Offering Help.
Discovering Needs.

VI. A JOB INTERVIEW.

Structures. 1. Exclamations with What and How.
2. Negative Questions.
3. Exclamations with Yes-No Question Form.

Functions. Asking about Qualifications.
Interviewing.

VII. WANT TO HEAR A JOKE?

Structures. 1. Present Progressive for Habitual and Future Reference.
2. Future Progressive.
3. Verb Tense in Subordinated Sentences following Certain Adjectives.

Functions. Making Suggestions.
Telling Jokes.

VIII. GIVE ME A GOOD DETECTIVE STORY.

Structures. 1. Hyphenation Modifiers ending in -ing.
2. Hyphenated Modifiers with Past Participles.
3. Hyphenated Modifiers Formed from Noun Phrases.

Functions. Expressing Likes and Dislikes.
Disagreeing.

IX. A POETRY READING.

Structures. 1. Organizing Ideas in Sequences of Sentences.
2. Relating Ideas by Addition.
3. Relating an Idea as an Exception or Limitation.

Functions. Describing Past Events.
Persuading.
Inviting.
Accepting Invitations.

X. WRITING IT RIGHT.

Structures. 1. Introducing an Example.
2. Introducing a Summary or a Restatement.

Functions. Summarizing.
Giving Examples.

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