Number one for English language teachers

Topics: Travel

Students are introduced to the topic of travel in this instalment of Adrian Tennant’s Topics series. The lesson is available at two language levels (Pre-intermediate and Intermediate +) and gives students practice in reading, listening and speaking skills, as well as exercises focusing on grammar and vocabulary.

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  • Hi Dedene,
    I've added some instructions on how to download the audio to the top of the page. If you're still having problems, please contact help@macmillan.com and a member of technical team will be happy to help you.
    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • When I right-click the audio files, they are downloaded as a webpage, not as an MP3 file. What can I do?
    Thank you

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  • Hi Jan,

    Thanks for pointing that out and apologies for the confusion.

    I've corrected the teacher's notes so that the table says 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and I've corrected the 'Working with language' activity on the worksheet so that it also says 1, 2, 3 ,4, 5.

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  • In the teacher's notes, the table refers to Holidays A,B,C, etc. whereas in the students' version of the table Holidays 1,2,3, etc. are referred to.
    Also, in the students' version, in the next section "Working with the language", the questions refer to Text A etc. whereas the photos are Photo A, B,C,D, and E, but the texts are numbered.
    it's a nice lesson and worked well, but these errors caused some confusion.

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  • Great lesson plan - thanks. I did note however that picture E is of a TGV, which is France's fast inter-city train, but that this corresponds to the description about taking a slow train ride over the Oberalp pass. It was a bit confusing for my students when they were trying to describe the picture.

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  • Apologies for the late reply. The numbers (1-5) refer to the texts and the letters (A-E) refer to the pictures. We can't see any mix-up, however do please let us know if you do have any comments to make about this lesson.

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  • The text & pictures referred to mix up the a,b,c,d & e with 1,2,3,4 & 5. On both teacher notes & lesson.

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  • The audio files are MP3 files, which can be opened on Macs. First, please ensure that you have software to play audio files, such as QuickTime or iTunes. If your browser does not open the MP3 file automatically, please try saving the file to your computer first. Right-click (or Control-click) the audio link. Choose "Save File As" and save the file to a location on your computer. Then open the saved file. If you need any more assistance, please do not hesitate to get in touch by clicking 'Contact us' at the bottom of this page.

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  • To kilkare

    Right-click on the audio link and select "Dowload File". Good luck!

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  • Audio cannot be downloaded onto a Mac!

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