Number one for English language teachers

Merry Christmas

Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced

This mini-play features two women in a toy shop talking about what to buy their loved ones for Christmas. The lesson contains a downloadable mp3 audio file and a lesson plan with student worksheets and teacher’s notes.

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Readers' comments (10)

  • Thanks Liz, we hope you find it useful and that you have a very merry Christmas!
    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • Aw flamin' Nora! This recordin' is bleedin' brilyunt for an English lesson innit....

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  • Left clic on the file and allow it to load compleatly. Then left click where it says 'right clic here'. The other way never works for me either, but this one does.

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  • Dear Caroline,
    Did you right-click on the link under 'Related resources' and select 'Save target as ...' or 'Save link as ...'. You should be able to save the file to your computer but you will need Adobe Reader installed to be able to view it. If you are still having problems saving this file, please click on 'Contact us' at the bottom of the page and explain your issue in the form. A member of our technical team will be able to help you.
    Best wishes,
    the onestopenglish team

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  • Hi, I couldn´t download it either despite your technician´s tips...
    caroline

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  • Like the two other comments above, I haven't been able to download this last mini play. It worked fine with the previous one, but not with this. Help please!

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  • We are a decade into the new millenium, we've seen a commoner marry into the Royal Family, we've heard Tony Blair state that we are middle class now (maybe that's why he didn't get an invite to a.m. wedding) and what do we have in the top tips? Ask students to describe....social status of the characters. Isn't it bad enough that British society is still so obsessed with background and class without having to foist it on students of English as well?
    Apart from that it was well cushty.

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  • hello, the same for me, impossible to download it!
    help!
    isamorales@free.fr

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  • Hi Nayeli,
    We have checked the links to the lesson plan and the mp3 file and they seem to be working fine for us. Try right-clicking on the links, selecting 'Save Target As', and saving the files to a folder on your computer. You should then be able to open it from there. If you still can't open the files, please 'Contact us' via the link at the bottom of the page.
    The onestopenglish team

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  • Hi, I couldn't download it. Everytime I click on it, it gives me nothing.
    Help please!
    Thank you
    Nayeli Pena
    nayelipena4@hotmail.com

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