Number one for English language teachers

World trip: going to

Type: General lesson plan

Students take part in a pairwork and mingling travel game to practise using going to.

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  • Technically it's going to, not present continuous! But it is in the right section now regardless. Good idea for an exercise but hard to use the map in online classes (as all are currently) due to it being sideways.

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  • Hello,
    Thank you for your comment.

    We're glad you liked this resource and we're doing our best to adapt all our materials to the current teaching conditions. We're sorry to hear you found the map hard to use, we'll hopefully find a better solution next time.

    Best,
    The Onestopenglish team

  • awesome.

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  • Hi Cathy,

    Thanks for pointing that out. We've removed ' Past simple' from the title.

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  • classed incorrectly, should be under exercises for present continuous discussing future plans

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  • ACCOMMODATION!

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