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Types of business

Students practise a range of different skills in relation to types of business.

Aims: to practise the skills of:

  • reading and understanding information about the differences between the various types of businesses
  • using the information to discuss and give legal advice about examples
  • writing a letter of advice to a client about opening a business

Level: Upper intermediate and above

Student profile: It is envisaged that students will be studying law, trainees or qualified lawyers

Time: The lesson is five stages and should take 60-90 minutes. Stage 5 could be set for homework.

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English for Law Enforcement

English for Law Enforcement is designed to meet the needs of law enforcement personnel

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