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Live from London: New Year

Level: Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan

This is the second of our two Live from London 'Christmas specials'. We went to the South Bank and asked people about their resolutions for the new year.

Photo of the South Bank Photo of two women on the South Bank
Photo of a man on the South Bank Photo of a girl on the South Bank  

Saving the the podcasts to your computer

To save the podcast files to your computer, simply right-click on the file and choose the 'Save target as' option. Select the folder that you would like to save the podcast in and then click 'Save'.

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Readers' comments (6)

  • Hi Fernando,

    Many thanks for the feedback and great to hear that you found this lesson so useful. Thanks for pointing out the mistake. The rubric in the task has now been amended.

    Best wishes,

    The onestopenglish team

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  • Hi there! First of all, congratulations for this brilliant worksheet. However, there's a mistake found. In the listening task it asks students to listen to six speakers and tick the topics they hear. There are actually 13 speakers in the audio, and this might lead to some confusion. I personally decided to edit it before handing in the worksheet to my students.
    Cheers!

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  • Hi Juliette,
    This lesson was published in 2008 and the publishing date appears in our standard copyright line.
    The onestopenglish team

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  • Please could you change the date on the worksheets - it says 2008. I can only download it as a PDF so can only change it myself manually, as it were.

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  • Steve - highlight it in iTunes (if you haven't got it it iTunes yet, just open iTunes, select File > Add to Library and find the right track in the window that will pop open), right-click it for the context menu and check that the media type is "podcast."

    Then, when you connect your iPhone, select "podcasts" from the tabs at the top of iTunes' iPhone window, and either select "sync all podcasts" or select "sync selected podcasts" and make sure the checkbox next to this track is ticked.

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  • How can I transfer the MP3 soundtrack to my iPhone?

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