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In this lesson, students will describe their first impressions of people and what they notice about appearance and personality.
In this lesson, students learn some useful everyday vocabulary and guess the prices of some objects.
In this lesson, students learn different expressions related to water.
This month the panel discusses the anti-coursebook debate, chatbots in ELT, using your local area as a teaching resource and Krashen’s theory of comprehensible input. We also have an interview with Hugh Dellar and Andrew Walkley, co-authors of several best-selling coursebooks, co-owners of The London Language Lab and keen proponents of the lexical approach.
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