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Business News Lessons: How a sabbatical can benefit you — and your employer

Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Teaching notes, Worksheet Print material

February 2020: In this lesson, available at two levels, students read a business news article and look at the language associated with the benefits of taking time off work. 

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  • It would be useful if the notes were in separate files for student and teacher ... now we´re all teaching online.

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    The onestopenglish team

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  • I subscribed in order to access this resource and now it is not there. Not impressed!

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  • I love it that you have chosen this topic. I've been singing in choirs since I was at University and I met my husband in a choir. When I lived in England for a year I joined the Uxbridge Choral Society. Of course, I will use the article with my students. Congratulations for the news lessons. They are great.
    Elena from Spain.

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  • Glad you are enjoying the lessons Elena.

  • This was really useful. Thanks

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