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Plan of Intro Book

Titles/Topics Speaking Grammar
UNIT 1 PAGES 2-7
It’s nice to meet you. Introducing yourself and friends; Possessive adjectives my, your,
Alphabet; greetings and leave- saying hello and good-bye; asking his, her; the verb be: affirmative
takings; names and titles of for names and phone numbers statements and contractions
address; numbers 0–10 and
phone numbers
UNIT 2 PAGES 8-13
What’s this? Naming objects; asking for and Articles a, an, and the; this/these,
Possessions, classroom objects, giving the locations of objects it/they; plurals; yes/no and where
personal items, and locations questions with be; prepositions of
in a room place: in, in front of, behind, on,
next to, and under
PROGRESS CHECK PAGES 14-15
UNIT 3 PAGES 16-21
Where are you from? Talking about cities and The verb be: affirmative and
Cities and countries; adjectives countries; asking for and negative statements, yes/no
of personality and appearance; giving information about questions, short answers, and
numbers 11–103 and ages place of origin, nationality, Wh-questions
first language, and age;
describing people
UNIT 4 PAGES 22-27
I’m not wearing boots! Asking about and describing Possessives: adjectives our and
Clothing; colors; weather clothing and colors; talking about their, pronouns, names, and whose;
and seasons the weather and seasons; finding present continuous statements and
the owners of objects yes/no questions; conjunctions and
and but; placement of adjectives
PROGRESS CHECK PAGES 28-29 before nouns

UNIT 5 PAGES 30-35
What are you doing? Asking for and telling time; Time expressions: o’clock, A.M.,
Clock time; times of the day; asking about and describing P.M.,noon, midnight, in the
everyday activities current activities morning/afternoon/evening,
at 7:00/night/midnight;
present continuous Wh-questions;
UNIT 6 PAGES 36-41 conjunction so
My sister works downtown. Asking for and giving information Simple present statements
Transportation; family about how people go to work or with regular and irregular verbs;
relationships; daily routines; school; talking about family simple present yes/no and
days of the week members; describing daily Wh-questions; time expressions:
and weekly routines early, late, every day, on
PROGRESS CHECK PAGES 42-43 Sundays/weekends/weekdays

UNIT 7 PAGES 44-49
Does it have a view? Asking about and describing Simple present short answers;
Houses and apartments; houses and apartments; talking there is, there are; there’s no,
rooms; furniture about the furniture in a room there isn’t a, there are no,
there aren’t any

UNIT 8 PAGES 50-55
What do you do? Asking for and giving information Simple present Wh-questions
Jobs and workplaces about work; giving opinions about with do and does; placement
jobs; describing workday routines of adjectives after be and
before nouns
PROGRESS CHECK PAGES 56-57

vi Interchange Third Editon Page 14 of 102

Pronunciation/Listening Writing/Reading Interchange Activity Linked sounds Writing a list of names and “Famous classmates”: Introducing Listening for the spelling of names phone numbers. listening to descriptions of people Self-study: Listening to descriptions of four people The letters s and sh Writing questions about what “Celebrity fashions”: Describing Listening for descriptions of people are wearing celebrities’ clothing clothing and colors Self-study: Listening to a fashion show Rising and falling intonation Writing times of the day “What’s wrong with this picture”: Listening for times of the day. listening to people shop Southwest”: Reading about for furniture unusual homes Self-study: Listening to a conversation about a new apartment Reduction of do and does Writing about jobs “The perfect job”: Figuring out Listening to people describe “Job Profiles”: Reading about four what job is right for you their jobs unusual jobs Self-study: Listening to a conversation about a new job Interchange Third Editon Page 15 of 102 vii . personal information about your classmates and languages. yourself to new people and phone numbers Self-study: Listening for personal information Plural -s endings Writing the locations of objects “Find the differences”: Comparing Listening for the locations two pictures of a room of objects Self-study: Listening to a conversation about lost things Syllable stress Writing questions requesting “Board game”: Finding out more Listening for countries. “Friends Across a Continent”: Describing what’s wrong with listening to identify people’s actions Reading an online chat between a picture Self-study: Listening to a two friends television show Third-person singular -s endings Writing about you and “Class survey”: Finding out Listening for activities and days your family more about classmates’ habits of the week “What’s Your Schedule Like?”: and routines Self-study: Listening to questions Reading about three people’s about your weekly routine daily schedules Words with th Writing about your dream home “Find the differences”: Comparing Listening to descriptions of “Two Special Houses in the two apartments homes. cities.

count and noncount Food pyramid. need. . making excuses PROGRESS CHECK PAGES 112-113 SELF–STUDY viii Interchange Third Editon Page 16 of 102 . and weekend. abilities and talents and play. verb + to invitations. Wh-questions with did. basic foods. meals healthy and unhealthy foods. and vacation activities simple past yes/no questions summer activities and short answers PROGRESS CHECK PAGES 98-99 UNIT 15 PAGES 100-105 Where were you born? Asking for and giving information Statements and questions with the Biographical information. asking for and giving can for ability. and declining you like to . ?. Have + noun. specific and general nouns. vacations.Titles/Topics Speaking Grammar UNIT 9 PAGES 58-63 Broccoli is good for you. chores and fun information about weekend regular and irregular verbs. yes/no Months and dates. health problems talking about common medications. next to. sometimes. about date and place of birth. Prepositional phrases. invitations with invitations. . leaving object pronouns. often. Talking about food likes and Some and any. talking The future with be going to. and were and memories UNIT 16 PAGES 106-111 Can she call you later? Describing people’s locations. giving directions with imperatives UNIT 14 PAGES 92-97 Did you have fun? Asking for and giving Simple past statements with Weekends. making phone calls. yes/no and information about abilities Wh-questions with can and talents PROGRESS CHECK PAGES 70-71 UNIT 11 PAGES 72-77 What are you going to do? Asking about birthdays. about plans for the evening. activities. making. medications giving advice for health problems adjectives. feel + adjective. imperatives PROGRESS CHECK PAGES 84-85 UNIT 13 PAGES 86-91 You can’t miss it. talking about foods you have and usually. subject and Locations. asking for and corner of. giving opinions about nouns. . desserts. festivals. dislikes. past of be. Talking about stores and Prepositions of place: on. and Wh-questions with be going to. Parts of the body. there. going out with friends phone messages. Do you want to . adverbs of frequency: always. telephone calls. Talking about sports you watch Simple present Wh-questions. birthdays. school days describing school experiences was. never UNIT 10 PAGES 64-69 I can’t ice-skate very well. years. and other occasions future time expressions special occasions UNIT 12 PAGES 78-83 What’s the matter? Describing health problems. negative and positive and advice. holidays. describing eating habits hardly ever. ? and Would accepting. Sports. tourist attractions giving directions between. on the Stores and things you can buy other places. across from. .

listening to directions Reading about popular tourist Self-study: Listening to people ask attractions in New York City for directions Simple past -ed endings Writing about last weekend “Past and present”: Comparing Listening to people talk about “Weekend Stories”: your classmates’ present lives their past summer activities Reading about three people’s with their childhoods Self-study: Listening to weekend experiences conversations about last weekend Negative contractions Writing questions about a famous “Life events”: Making a time line of Listening for places and dates person’s life important events in your life of birth “Ricky Martin”: Reading about a Self-study: Listening to an famous singer’s life interview with an actress Reduction of want to and have to Writing messages “Let’s make a date!”: Making plans Listening to phone conversations.S.!”: Reading about more about your classmates’ sports to watch or play. hidden talents to people talk about their abilities Self-study: Listening to people discuss sports and activities Reduction of going to Writing about weekend plans “Guessing game”: Making guesses Listening to people talk about “What are you going to do on about a classmate’s plans their evening plans your birthday?”: Reading Self-study: Listening to a about birthday customs in conversation about summer events different places Sentence intonation Writing advice for health problems “Helpful advice”: Giving advice for Listening to people talk about “10 Simple Ways to Improve Your some common problems health problems. listening four unusual races in the U. “Miami.S.Pronunciation/Listening Writing/Reading Interchange Activity Sentence stress Writing questions about “Food survey”: Taking a survey Listening for people’s mealtime habits about foods you eat and comparing food preferences “Eating for Good Luck”: answers Self-study: Listening to people Reading about foods people discuss foods for a party eat for good luck in the new year Pronunciation of can and can’t Writing questions about sports “Hidden talents”: Finding out Listening for people’s favorite “Race the U. listening Health”: Reading about ways to for medications improve your health Self-study: Listening to sentences and questions about health Compound nouns Writing directions “Giving directions”: Asking for Listening to people talk about “A Walk Up Fifth Avenue”: directions in a neighborhood shopping. Florida: What’s on This with your classmates listening to answering Saturday?”: Reading about shows machine messages and events on a Web page Self-study: Listening for mistakes in answering machine messages Interchange Third Editon Page 17 of 102 ix .