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Absolute Beginners: Unit 1

In this lesson by Frances Marnie, students cover language including hello, what’s your name?, numbers 1 to 5, book, pen, chair, table and goodbye. Printable resources include comprehensive step-by-step teacher’s notes, a student worksheet, cut-out alphabet cards and flashcards.

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  • Hi Yelena,
    Many thanks for your lovely comment - we're glad you find the resources useful!
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  • Hello! Thank you very much Onestopenglish! You are a great resource! But I can't download audio files. What could be my problem? Thank you for help!

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  • We're glad you're enjoying it! Absolute Beginners is in ten parts and will be published monthly. For more details, take a look at Frances Marnie's introduction to the series:

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  • Good resource, do we have to wait long for the other units?

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  • A very useful resource!

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  • The rationale for teaching upper-case letters first is explained in the teacher's notes. We hope you all enjoy this series!

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  • I really welcome material for absolute beginners and the different lesson plans for Roman script/no roman script are brilliant but why do the worksheets and alphabet use capital letters? It's better that students use lower case letters and learn capitals later.

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