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Gold Advanced – mapping to MyEnglishLab: Cambridge Advanced

Unit

Grammar

Vocabulary

Reading

Use of English

Writing

Listening

Speaking

Review

1

Perfect and

Figurative language

Multiple choice

Multiple-choice cloze

Essay (Part 1)

Multiple matching

Interview (Part 1)

 

Where we live

continuous tenses

p.

9

(Part 5) More than

(Part 1) A fairytale

Using the task input

(Part 4) My place

Talking about

p. 8

 

just streetwise p. 10

castle with a pool

to help you plan

p. 12

yourself p. 6

Expressions with

and a water slide,

p. 14

Emphasis with

space and room

Reading 1:

please. p. 7

Listening 7:

Speaking 1:

inversion p. 13

p.

12

Predicting the text A

Writing 2:

Identifying opinion

Giving good Part 1

 

Use of English 18:

Giving an opinion in

answers

Use of English 10:

Vocabulary 18:

Understanding the

an essay

Listening 13:

Verb tenses

City vs. country

whole text

Listening for main

Speaking 2:

Writing 4:

points and detail

What makes a good

Use of English 7:

Useful language for

Part 1 answer

Word Order

essay writing

Speaking 3:

Answering Part 1 questions about the future effectively

2

Articles p. 19

Communication:

Gapped text

Word formation (Part

Proposal (Part 2)

Multiple choice

Long turn (Part 2)

 

The art of conversation

Defining and non-

collocations and adjectives p. 22

(Part 7) How to have a conversation

3) Texting champion p. 17

Organising your ideas p. 24

(Part 1) Communication and

Giving opinions p. 16

defining relative

p. 20

the internet p. 18

clauses p. 23

Vocabulary 2:

Use of English 4:

Writing 14:

Speaking 4:

Noun collocations

Reading 3:

Word building

Choosing

Listening 1:

strategies for dealing

Use of English 3:

with ‘political’

Skimming for gist A

appropriate headings

Speaker Purpose

with Part 2 questions

Articles

in a proposal

Vocabulary 4:

Listening 8:

Use of English 12:

Collocations with

Identifying attitudes

Relative clauses and relative pronouns

Social

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Countable and

Stages of life p. 26

Cross-text multiple

Multiple-choice cloze

Report (Part 2)

Multiple choice (Part

Collaborative task and

 

Ages and

uncountable nouns

matching p. 28

(Part 1) Blue Zones

Dos and Don’ts

3) The key to

discussion

stages

p. 27

Vocabulary 3:

p.

32

p. 34

longevity p. 33

(Parts 3 and 4)

Collocations with

Reading 12:

 

Responding to and

Introductory it p. 30

‘significant’

Inferring meaning A

Use of English 8:

Writing 12:

Listening 18:

expanding on your

Use of English 2:

Reading 19:

Phrasal verbs and common expressions

Knowing the difference between a

Listening for stated opinions, attitudes

partner’s ideas p. 31

Plural or singular

Recognising

proposal and a

and inferred ideas

Speaking 9:

paraphrase A

report

Strategies for dealing

Listening 10:

with the first part of a

Writing 13:

Listening for Gist

Part 3 task

Useful language for reports and

Speaking 11:

proposals

Responding appropriately to your partner in Part 3

4

SpVerb patterns: -

Verb/Noun

Multiple choice

Key word

Essay (Part 1)

Sentence completion

Collaborative task

 

No gain

ing/infinitive p. 37

collocations p. 38

(Part 5) The Museum

transformations

Effective introductory

(Part 2) Why

and discussion

without pain

of Failed Products

(Part 4) p. 39

and concluding

perfection isn’t

(Parts 3 and 4)

Modal verbs p. 42

Vocabulary 7:

p. 40

paragraphs p. 44

perfect p. 36

Justifying an opinion

Collocations with

Use of English 19:

p.

43

Use of English 13:

‘information’

Reading 5:

Using the key word

Writing 6:

Listening 4:

 

Modal auxiliary verbs

Scanning for specific

Including the correct

Listening to a longer

Speaking 15:

of obligation

Vocabulary 8:

information A

content in a Part 1

text

Talking about cause

Verbs collocating

essay

and effect in Part 3

with ‘information’

discussions

Speaking 17:

Giving examples to support Part 4 answers

5

Hypothetical

Prefix mis- and false

Multiple matching

Open cloze (Part 2)

Review (Part 2)

Multiple choice

Long turn (Part 2)

 

The feel-good

meaning p. 49

opposites p. 53

(Part 8) The price of

The happiness app

Covering key

(Part 3) Work and

Speculating (1)

factor

happiness p. 50

p.

46

features p. 54

happiness p. 48

p.

47

Substitution and

Sentence adverbs

   

ellipsis p. 52

p. 54

Reading 7:

Writing 16:

Vocabulary 17:

Speaking 5:

Unfamiliar words

How to write a good review

Career choices

Using linking words in Part 2

Reading 10:

Listening 14:

Identifying the

Writing 17:

Identifying attitudes

writer’s attitude A

Useful language:

and feelings

Review writing

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Comparing p. 60

Adjective/Noun

Multiple choice

Word formation (Part

Essay (Part 1)

Multiple choice (Part

Long turn (Part 2)

Practice

Living with

collocations p. 62

(Part 5) Dead

3)

Structuring an

1) Looking back p.

Comparing p. 61

Reading

the past

Modifying adverbs

interesting p. 62

A mammoth find

argument p. 66

59

Test

p.

65

Prefixes and suffixes

p.

58

Speaking 8:

 

p.

64

Reading 9:

 

Writing 7:

Listening 2:

Comparing Part 2

 

Focusing on detail

Use of English 5:

Essay writing

Agreement and

pictures

Vocabulary 1:

Word building in

disagreement

Adjective/Noun

context

collocations

7

Review of

Sales and marketing

Gapped text (Part 7)

Multiple-choice cloze

Report (Part 2)

Multiple choice (Part

Collaborative task

Practice

The hard sell

conditionals p. 69

p.

68

A product by any

(Part 1)

Formal language

3) Using scents in

and discussion

Writing

 

other name might not

Selling the fifth taste

p.

76

marketing

(Parts 3 and 4)

Test

Conditionals:

Collocations with go

taste so sweet,

p.

71

 

p.

70

Agreeing and

 

advanced features

 

p.71

creamy, rich or

 

Writing 5:

 

disagreeing p. 74

 

p.

75

 

crunchy p. 72

Use of English 1:

Using nouns in

Listening 11:

 

Nouns followed by

formal English

Identifying the main

Speaking 12:

Reading 2:

prepositions

point

Agreeing and

Predicting the text B

Vocabulary 20:

disagreeing in Part 3

From informal to

Listening 17:

and 4

formal language

Listening for Gist

Speaking 16:

Producing balanced Part 4 answers

Speaking 20:

Structuring Part 4 responses

8

Reported speech

Describing trends

Cross-text multiple

Word formation (Part

Proposal (Part 2)

Sentence completion

Long turn (Part 2)

Practice

Passing

p.

79

p.

84

matching (Part 6)

3) Souvenir hunting

Using an appropriate

(Part 2)

Speculating (2)

Listening

through

   

Expats in New York

p.

80

 

style

Travel guidebooks

p. 81

Test

Verb patterns with

Vocabulary 6:

p. 82

 

p.

86

p.

78

reporting verbs,

Evidence, data,

Use of English 17:

   

Speaking 6:

impersonal reporting

 

issue

Reading 4:

Agreement

Writing 15:

Listening 3:

Giving reasons for

verbs p. 85

Vocabulary 19:

Skimming of gist B

Report and proposal checklist

Listening for detail and inferring

speculation in Part 2

Collocations for

Reading 14:

meaning

talking about

Following the

academic topics

theme A

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Review of narrative

Expressions with

Gapped text (Part 7)

Open cloze (Part 2)

Email (Part 2)

Multiple matching

Long turn (Part 2)

Practice

Reading the

tenses p. 90

brain and mind

How to rebuild your

Reading babies’

Adopting the right

(Part 4) Being

Paraphrasing p. 91

Speaking

mind

p. 89

own brain p. 92

minds p. 88

tone p. 96

forgetful p. 94

Test

Emphasis: cleft

Vocabulary 12:

 

sentences with what

Reading 8:

Use of English 20:

Writing 8:

Listening 19:

Paraphrasing

 

p.

95

Unfamiliar words B

Spelling practice

Planning a letter

Listening for

 

or email

examples

Use of English 15:

Review of tenses

Listening 12:

Interpreting context

10

Future forms p. 100

Past participles +

Multiple matching

Multiple-choice cloze

Formal letter

Sentence completion

Collaborative task

 

Things to

dependent

(Part 8) Future food

(Part 1)

(Part 2) Using an

(Part 2)

(Part 3) Reaching a

come

Conjunctions p. 105

prepositions p. 98

p.

102

Failing to please our future selves

appropriate range of language p. 106

Changing people’s behaviour p. 104

decision p. 101

Use of English 9:

Reading 20:

  • p. 99

Speaking 14:

Connectors

Recognising

Writing 9:

Listening 6:

Making a decision in

paraphrase B

Useful language for formal letters

Listening for detail

the second part of Part 3

Vocabulary 16:

Writing 10:

The environment

Error correction:

formal letters and emails

Progress Test 2 p. 107

   

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Whoever, whatever,

Expressions for

Multiple choice

Open cloze (Part 2)

Formal letter

Multiple matching

Collaborative task

Mock

A perfect

etc. p. 111

describing

(Part 5) Online

Speed networking

(Part 2) Including

(Part 4) Personality

and discussion

Reading

match

compatibility p. 110

dating: the way to

114

  • p. relevant information

tests p. 115

(Parts 3 and 4)

Participle clauses

find Mr or Mrs Right?

p. 118

Negotiating and co-

p.

116

Vocabulary 13:

p.

112

 

Listening 20:

operating p. 117

 

UK universities

 

Writing 11:

The Speaker’s

Reading 11:

Letter of complaint

opinion

Speaking 13:

Identifying the writer’s attitude B

Listening 9:

Managing a Part 3 and Part 4

Listening for

discussion

Reading 18:

attitudes and

Understanding text

opinions

Speaking 18:

development

Analysing Part 4 answers

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Future in the past

Onomatopoeic

Multiple matching

Word formation (Part

Review (Part 2)

Multiple choice (Part

Collaborative task

Mock

Soundtracks

p.

121

words p. 124

(Part 8) Sounds of silence p. 122

3) Our favourite sounds

Making recommendations

1) Music p. 125

(Part 3) Using a good lexical range

Writing

Future in the past:

Vocab 5:

p.

120

p.

128

Listening 5:

p.

126

advanced features p.

Review of activities

Reading 6:

   

Understanding

 

127

1-4

Scanning for specific

Writing 18:

 

specific information

Speaking 10:

Use of English 11:

information B

Useful expressions for review writing

Using a wide range of vocabulary in

Past tenses with future meaning

Writing 19:

 

Part 3

Review writing

 

13

Passive forms

Words to describe

Cross-text multiple

Open cloze (Part 2)

Essay (Part 1)

Multiple choice (Part

Long turn (Part 2)

Mock

Face value

p.

133

emotions p. 130

matching (Part 6)

Smiles of frustration

Planning your essay

3) The reasons for

Expressing certainty

Listening

 

Beneath the façade

p.

131

p.

138

laughter p. 132

and uncertainty p.

Linking adverbials p.

Vocabulary 11:

p.

135

   

134

137

Collocations with

 

Use of English 6:

Writing 20:

 

Listening 15:

‘highly’

Reading 13:

Reflexive and

Proofreading

Identifying main

Speaking 7:

Use of English 14:

inferring meaning B

personal pronouns

 

ideas and

Answering the

Active or passive

understanding

listening candidate’s

voice

Reading 15:

definitions

question

Following the theme B

Listening 16:

Identifying stressed

words

14

Cohesion p. 142

Multi-part verbs:

Gapped text (Part 7)

Key word

Essay (Part 1)

Sentence completion

All parts

Mock

Brilliant ideas

science and

Nikola Tesla: the

transformations (Part

Using linking words

(Part 2)

Improving your

Speaking

Grammar quiz

research: p. 141

ultimate geek?

4) p. 143

and phrases p. 148

The Secret Science

performance

p.

145

p.

146

Club p. 140

p.

144

 

Expressions with

 

Use of English 16:

Writing Using

Writing

Using

3:

 

matter p. 146

Reading 16:

Key word

linkers

in

an

Vocabulary 15:

Speaking 19:

Logical and cohesive

transformation

essay

 

Words relating to the

Using discourse

Vocabulary 14:

development A

 

concept of idea

markers

Research at

university

Reading 17:

Vocabulary 9:

Logical and cohesive development B

Research and study

Vocabulary 10:

Review of activities

7-10

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