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American Idioms 5 with Dana

Summer quarter is done soon, but it’s not too late to start learning new things. Here are some idioms about new beginnings you can try. Dana explains what they mean in her video lesson below. 136 more words

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Low Turnouts Expected in Checkatrade Trophy

Football League club’s attendances are expected to drop tonight across the country as the revamped Football League Trophy (now known as the Checkatrade Trophy) kicks off with the first round. 174 more words

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Burkini Ban: a conversation lesson

The burkini ban created some outrage last week and I thought it would be a good topic for a conversation lesson. The text I chose also touches on the subject of politics, which can be a good segue to talk about other events in Brazil. 746 more words

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Take someone or something for granted

– to expect someone or something to be always available to serve in some way without thanks or recognition; to value someone or something too lightly. 10 more words

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Pablo Hernandez: Amazing or Adryan 2.0?

Since his hotly anticipated arrival at the club, it would be fair to say that Pablo Hernandez has not exactly set the house on fire. On that note, he has not massively helped to get the Roofe on fire either, another player who’s arrival was greeted with a degree of expectancy but has still yet to find the net competitively for Leeds. 833 more words

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English as an International Language - lesson plan by Sarah Priestley

This lesson plan can be adapted to any level from Intermediate to C2, depending on the difficulty of the audio recordings you use in the listening stage 3 and the vocabulary used in stage 4.  809 more words

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