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  • Blockbuster 1 - 4

    Blockbuster is designed for learners studyingEnglish at beginner to intermediate level. Theseries follows the principles of the CommonEuropean Framework of Reference and combinesactive English learning with a variety of livelytopics presented in themed modules.

    Key Features

    theme-based units in modules a varied range of reading texts from authentic contemporary sources with

    exercises which encourage learners to read extensively as well asintensively

    realistic stimulating dialogues featuring people in everyday situations exploring grammar sections covering grammatical areas appropriate for

    each level plus a Grammar Reference Section a wide range of speaking activities pronunciation and intonation sections study skills and tips to help learners become autonomous cartoon strips, jokes and songs Culture Corner and Curricular Cuts sections at the end of each module pairwork activities self-check sections at the end of each module fully interactive CD-ROMs/DVD-ROMs

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    Fully interactive DVD-ROMs offer students theoption to practise material inBritish English or American

    English. A Workbook with a complete Grammar Book helps

    students to further exploit vocabulary andgrammar structures presented in the course.

    Blockbuster 1 - 4 Grammar Books are also available

    Visit http://www.expresspublishing.co.uk/elt/blockbuster for free resources and Portfolio activities.

    A1

    A2

    B1B1+

    LearnersCORPUS

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    1 Hello! (pp. 6-7)

    2 Letters, Colours& Numbers (pp. 8-9)

    3 Whats this? (pp. 10-11)

    4 Meet my pet! (pp. 12-13)

    5 Meet my family! (pp. 14-15)

    VOCABULARY GRAMMAR READING & SPEAKING, FUNCTIONS WRITINGLISTENING & STUDY SKILLS

    names

    alphabet, colours,school objects,numbers (1-20)everyday objects

    pets

    family members

    dialogues

    for numbers &spelling, a song

    a short text about aperson

    people & pets,choose the correctpicture, //, //a letter

    What questions

    a-an, subjectpronouns, the verbto be affirmativehow/what/whichquestions

    Contents

    Culture Corner 1: Famous Sports People: David Beckham (p. 16), Curricular Cuts 1: (Art) Colours (p. 17), Self-Check 1 (pp. 18-19)

    introducing yourself/othersspell words, countfrom 1-20 identifyobjectsidentify objects

    introductions,greetings, askingabout agepresent your family,capital letters

    a short text aboutyourself

    a short text aboutyou and your pet

    a letter to a friendabout your family

    6 Whats your job? (pp. 22-23)

    7 Where are you from? (pp. 24-25)

    8 Nice people, nice places (pp. 26-27)

    9 Greetings from ...(pp. 28-29)

    10 My town (pp. 30-31)

    jobs

    countries &nationalities,numbers (21-1000)countries,neighbourhoods

    attractions in bigcitiessights/places intowns

    dialogues

    dialogue, choosingthe correct picture

    song, specific words

    postcards, /s/, //

    a short descriptivetext about Montreal

    to be (negative &interrogative), thereis/are

    adjectives

    Culture Corner 2: Capital Cities (p. 32), Curricular Cuts 2: (Geography) European Capitals (p. 33), Self-Check 2 (pp. 34-35)

    talk about people &jobs, remember newwordspresent yourself, askabout people,

    describe yourneighbourhood

    greetings, sayinggoodbyedescribe a town,keep notes whilelistening

    a celebrity poster

    a postcard

    a short article abouta city

    11 Welcome! (pp. 38-39)

    12 My house (pp. 40-41)

    13 What have you got? (pp. 42-43)

    14 Home, sweet home! (pp. 44-45)

    15 My home, my castle (pp. 46-47)

    furniture

    rooms, householdobjects

    possessions

    types of houses,ordinal numbers (1st-10th) floorshouses

    dialogues, True/False statementsdialogue, renting aroom

    tick what peoplehave/havent got

    match pictures, /s/,/z/, /z/ plurals, song

    a letter, houseadvert

    prepositions ofplace

    have got, this/that these/those, plurals,possessives/poss.case

    adjectives

    Culture Corner 3: Famous Buildings (p. 48), Curricular Cuts 3: (Art & Design) Perfect Palaces (p. 49), Self-Check 3 (pp. 50-51)

    describe rooms

    position of objects,remember newwordsobjects near/far fromyou, spelling rulesfor plurals

    addresses

    renting a house,rememberingadjectives

    a paragraph aboutyour living roomlabel rooms in yourhouse

    a short paragraphabout things in yourbedroom

    a letter to a pen friendabout your house

    21 Day in, day out (pp. 70-71)

    22 My Week (pp. 72-73)

    23 All year round (pp. 74-75)

    24 Free time! (pp. 76-77)

    25 People I love (pp. 78-79)

    everyday activities

    days of the week,habitsmonths, seasons,activities related toseasonsfree time activities

    peoplesappearance &character

    dialogues, finddifferencesdialogue, song

    holiday ads, correctsentences, //

    Ben Affleck

    adverbs offrequencypresent simple,negative/interrogative,prepositions of timeopposites

    Culture Corner 5: Springtime in the UK (p. 80), Curricular Cuts 5: (Literature) Spring (p. 81), Self-Check 5 (pp. 82-83)

    your daily routine,remember new wordspeoples routine,using a dictionaryfamily habits,join sentences (and/but)talking about free-time activities,reading for specificinformationdescribing familymembers/friends,predicting content

    sentences aboutyour daily routineyour weekly routine

    a paragraph aboutyour favouriteseasonan advertisementabout a holidayplace

    an article about afamous person

    16 Working withanimals (pp. 54-55)

    17 Animal magic(pp. 56-57)

    18 Actions (pp. 58-59)

    19 At work (pp. 60-61)

    20 Wild animals(pp. 62-63)

    jobs related toanimalsparts of animals,what animals can doverbs

    jobs

    wild animals

    dialogues, finddifferencesdialogue, make truesentencestext about a person,/s/, /z/, /z/ A Life with Dolphins

    The Timber Wolf,song, gap filling

    can

    can, present simpleaffirmativeprepositions of time(at, in)

    Culture Corner 4: Safari Park (p. 64), Curricular Cuts 4: (Science) Animals (p. 65), Self-Check 4 (pp. 66-67)

    describing pictures

    describing animals,acting out dialoguestalking aboutabilities telling the time,understanding thetopicpresent wild animals

    describing animalsand what they can doa short text about afamily member sentences aboutactivities you do

    a short text aboutthe tiger

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    VOCABULARY GRAMMAR READING & SPEAKING, FUNCTIONS WRITINGLISTENING & STUDY SKILLS

    26 How much is it?(pp. 86-87)

    27 Whats for lunch?(pp. 88-89)

    28 Lets do ourshopping (pp. 90-91)

    29 I shopping(pp. 92-93)

    30 Lets cook! (pp. 94-95)

    supermarketsections/itemsfood & drinks,places to eat

    food items

    shops & products

    verbs used inrecipes

    matchingdialogues to picturesdialogue (orderfood), //, //

    a shopping list

    The Body Shop,song Annas GermanPancakes

    countable/uncountable nouns,a/an/some/ any,how much/manyprepositions of place

    the imperative

    Culture Corner 6: Eating in England (p. 96), Curricular Cuts 6: (Food technology) Ingredients in Recipes (p. 97), Self-Check 6 (pp. 98-99)

    buying fruit, learningnew words ordering food,remembering newwordsmaking a shoppinglist

    asking for & givingdirectionsinterpreting pictures

    a poster of fruits

    a menu

    a shopping list

    shops in yourneighbourhooda recipe

    31 Are you havingfun? (pp 102-103)

    32 On Sale! (pp 104-105)

    33 What are youdoing now? (pp. 106-107)

    34 Whats theweather like?(pp. 108-109)

    35 Shopping forclothes (pp. 110-111)

    holiday activities

    clothes & prices,materials, sizes

    activities

    weather

    places to buyclothes

    dialogues, choosecorrect word

    dialogue (choosinga shirt), write thecorrect floora postcard, predictcontent, //

    communicativetexts, reading fordetailed meaning,songThe clothes makethe man

    too enough

    present continuousvs present simple

    most some a few

    Culture Corner 7: The Climate in Sydney (p. 112), Curricular Cuts 7: (Science) Snow (p. 113), Self-Check 7 (pp. 114-115)

    describing holidays,understanding newwordsasking about prices/materials, findingsimilar phrasesfinding differences inpictures

    talking about clothes& weather, choosingthe right picture

    expressing likes/dislikes, doing aclass survey, writingfinal draft

    descriptions ofpeoples clothes

    a postcard

    an e-mail

    an article aboutteenagers taste inclothes

    36 On Holiday!(pp 118-119)

    37 Holiday Plans(pp 120-121)

    38 On board!(pp. 122-123)

    39 Lets Celebrate!(pp. 124-125)

    40 How about ...?(pp. 126-127)

    holidayaccommodation,signsholiday activities

    means of transport

    festivals,celebrations

    parties

    dialogues, registerat campsite

    an advertisement

    short descriptivetexts, explain routetravel agencyadverts, completemissing informationletter/card ofinvitation, song

    must(nt)/cant

    going to

    comparative f