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Unit 22: Inversion
Changing the emphasis

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    Session 1

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    English Class

    02 May 2016

    "Never before had I seen such a wonder" is an example of adverbial inversion. But what does this term mean, and how and why do we use it? Find out with Dan's help in the programme.

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    Session 2

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    News Review

    03 May 2016

    At the beginning of the football season, people thought it was more likely to find Elvis Presley still alive than to see Leicester City win the English Premier League title. But now they are the champions.

    Neil and Finn discuss the incredible achievement and teach you the words you need to know to talk about the story.

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    Session 3

    1 Activity


    04 May 2016

    Get up-to-date with the latest news and understand it too with Lingohack. Listen to and watch authentic BBC World News bulletins and learn key words and phrases that help you make sense of the news. 

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    Session 4

    1 Activity

    Stop Saying!

    05 May 2016

    Well and good are grammatically different. One is an adverb and one is an adjective. So when someone asks you how you are, how should you answer? "I'm well," or "I'm good." Tim answers a question about this in this video.

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    Session 5

    1 Activity

    Drama: The White Elephant

    06 May 2016

    The restaurant is holding a special sushi night. What can possibly go wrong with a dish that doesn't need cooking? Watch and learn some disaster-related phrases.