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Using authentic interviews in class

I love using interviews at my classes! Do you? I think they are just what you need to practice speaking, tenses, word order, and at the same time they let you make the lessons fun (obviously, depending on the interview … Continue reading

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(authentic) resources for an HR English course

I’ve recently finished teaching a one-to-one HR English course (which lasted, on and off, about 18 months), and I feel it would be good to share some materials I’ve been choosing, using and sometimes creating. The situation The course started … Continue reading

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my favourite bits of “grammar” by Scott Thornbury

UPD: The review is finally complete! a couple of months ago I went to a bookshop, where, after spending quite a considerable amount of time and money, I bought, among other titles, Scott Thornbury’s “Grammar”. At the time, I was … Continue reading

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an activity on positive feedback – reviewed

Recently I’ve been reading a book on how to write vocabulary materials. For me the best way to remember anything is to put it into practice, that’s why along with reading I was writing a material. It took me some … Continue reading

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