‘There’s daggers in men’s smiles’
(Act II, Sc. III)
In this Reader you will find:
- Focus on…
- PET-style activities
- Glossary of difficult words
- Exit Test
- Comprehension activities
- A section focussing on CLIL Physical Geography
Scotland in the eleventh century. Macbeth is a brave general, loyal to King Duncan and to Scotland. Until, that is, he meets three evil witches after a battle against King Duncan’s enemies. They tell him that one day he, Macbeth, will be King of Scotland. This is the beginning of a story of ambition and evil, involving him and his calculating wife, Lady Macbeth. What follows leads them to terrible violence, murder, madness and ultimately to their own destruction.
complex noun phrases
Present Perfect Simple: unfinished past with for and since, recent past with just, Past Perfect Simple, reported speech, should for obligation, would for hypothesis and polite requests, must for deduction,
may for possibility.
Types of Clause:
type-two conditionals, conditionals with unless, clauses with although, clauses with so... that, time clauses with as soon as, until,before and after.