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Compass: Lesson 4: Expressing opinions

Level: Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Audio material Print material

In the fourth lesson of this new series from award-winning author Lizzie Pinard, students are encouraged to express their opinions using fixed phrases to discuss controversial topics.

Note: This lesson includes audio with a printable transcript.

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  • FANTASTIC LESSON.

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  • Thank you for your speedy reply. I'm going to use the material today.

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  • Hi Caroline,

    Well spotted and my apologies, I must have accidentally removed it. it's back now.

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  • Hi, I can't find the printable transcript. Please can you tell me where it is.

    Thank you!

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