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Home alone

Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Print material

This lesson, which is based on an article from Business Spotlight magazine, is about the advantages and disadvantages of working from home, for both employees and employers.

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  • Thank you for the lovely comment 'Anonymous'! We're really pleased it was a timely lesson for your learners.

    Hi Christine, it's great that you enjoy using the free lessons. We're sorry we can't make more lessons free. Is there a chance the institution you work for could get an institutional subscription? Or are you a freelancer?

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  • I really appreciate the texts posted on Onestop English but most regret that more and more lessons are not available for free to teachers. I personally use all of the lessons which are accessible and my students love them. Unfortunately I cannot subscribe. So it's really a shame.

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  • Thanks for this issue which is very topical today! Great appreciation from my students, some of them actually do work home alone with their computers and telephones! Thank you.

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