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Absolute Beginners: Unit 17

Unit 17 of this series covers the topic of at the dentist. Students learn language including: Active: adverbs of frequency; dentist; tooth/teeth; (emergency) appointment; she’s paying. Passive: clean; open your mouth; a filling. Printable resources include comprehensive step-by-step teacher’s notes, a student worksheet, pairwork activity sheets and flashcards.

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  • Hello anonymous,

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  • I cannot play the audio files. Any recommendations? I have a Mac book air running OS 10.13 (high Sierra).

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  • Love this resource.
    However - in this resource as in the Unit 16, it frustrated me that the 'Doctor' and 'Dentist' were both male, while 'Nurse' and 'Receptionist' were female. I teach a lot of men who come from cultures where this isn't the norm, and had wanted to make the point that in the UK, women can be practising doctors and dentists. My view is that to understand this in a classroom environment would help avoid any potential confusion/ awkwardness when they go to the Doctor's themselves.
    On the whole, though, an excellent resource.

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