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"Side by Side," Third Edition, by Steven J. Molinsky and Bill Bliss, is a dynamic, all-skills program that integrates conversation practice, reading, writing, and listening -- all in a light-hearted, fun, and easy-to-use format that has been embraced by students and teachers worldwide. This four-level program promotes native communication between students ... practicing speaking together "side by side." New to the Third Edition are Vocabulary Preview sections in every chapter (which introduce key words in a lively picture dictionary format), "How to Say It " lessons, "Side by Side Gazettes" ("magazine-style" pages that offer feature articles, vocabulary expansion, and cross-cultural topics), and all-new illustrations.

Review: Present Perfect Tense
Present Perfect Continuous Tense
Past Perfect Tense
Past Perfect Continuous Tense
Describing Actions That Have Occurred Describing Actions
That Havent Occurred Yet Discussing Duration of Activity Discussing Things People Had Done
Perfect Modals: Should Have
Might Have May Have Could Have Must Have Evaluating Peoples Activities Job
Interviews Expressing Possibility Making
Deductions Expressing Concern About Others Apologizing
Recounting Difficult Situations
Passive Voice Relative Pronouns Discussing Creative Works Describing
Tasks Accomplished Discussing Things
That Have Happened to People Describing
Accomplishments Securing Services Automobile
Repairs Historical Narratives
Discussing Opinions Side by Side Gazette
Embedded Questions
Asking for Information
Indicating Uncertainty
Referring People to Someone Else
Reporting a Crime Reporting a Missing Person
Conditional: Present Real (If _____ Will)
Present Unreal (If _____ Would)
Hope-Clauses Describing Plans and Intentions Consequences of Actions Discussing Future
Events Expressing Hopes Asking for an Giving Reasons Making
Deductions Emergencies Side by Side Gazette
Present Unreal Conditional (continued) Wish-Clauses Advice
Expressing Wishes Job Satisfaction
Expressing Ability Asking for and Giving
Reasons Life in Cities and Suburbs
Past Unreal Conditional (If _____ Would Have)
Wish-Clauses (continued)
Asking for and Giving Reasons
Making Deductions Discussing Unexpected Events Expressing
Wishes and Hopes Consequences of Actions Rumors
Reported Speech Sequences of Tenses
Reporting What People Have Said Reported Information Expressing
Surprise Indicating Lack of Prior
Knowledge Leaving, Taking, and Conveying
Messages Job Interviews
Asking for and Giving Reasons
Discussing Feelings Advice Side by Side Gazette
Tag Questions Emphatic Sentences
Verifying Expressing Surprise
Reporting Information Congratulating
Initiating topics Expressing Opinions Expressing Agreement
Writing a Personal Letter Writing a Business Memo Performance on the Job
Review: Verb Tenses
Conditional Gerunds Invitations
Expressing Disappointment Calling
Attention to Peoples Actions
Apologizing Giving Reasons Decision-Making Consequences of Actions
Expressing Concern About People Asking for Assistance Side by Side Gazette
Listening Scripts Irregular Verbs Thematic
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ISBN: 9780130268884
ISBN-10: 0130268887
Audience: English as a Second Language (ESL)
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 176
Published: 1st July 2002
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 27.31 x 20.32  x 0.64
Weight (kg): 0.39
Edition Number: 3