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My bucket list

Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate Type: General lesson plan

Karolina Wyrzykowska wins this month’s Lesson Share with a lesson for revising irregular verbs, and for talking about things students would like to put on their bucket list.

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Readers' comments (4)

  • Hi,

    I noticed a mistake on the worksheet: to ride an elephant not a elephant

    Greetings,
    Susan

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  • as a Native English speaker, I have doubts about the use of "I'm all in" As commented above for UK English we would say Count me in or I'm in

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  • Hello,
    Thank you for your feedback. We'll try to add it to the worksheet.

    Kind regards,
    The Onestopenglishteam

  • Nice lesson but I needed to check the meaning of "I'm all in" in this context - I associate it more with being tired than enthusiastic. For UK English, "Count me in" or simply "I'm in" might be more standard. Not a criticism, just saying that this could be pointed out during the lesson. I would also throw in to be up for something - "I'm up for that".

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  • Hello Carl,
    Thank you for your comment. We'll try to include this in the worksheet.

    Kind regards,
    The Onestopenglishteam

  • What a fantastic and fun lesson! It works online, too :-)

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  • Hello Stephanie,
    Thank your comment. We're glad to hear you found this lesson useful.

    Kind regards,
    The Onestopenglish team

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