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22nd June 2017: Why Netflix’s ‘skip intro’ feature is bad news

The ability to avoid watching the opening credits of certain titles is a sign that the company lacks reverence for cinema history.

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  • Hi Michele,

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  • The link to the articles doesn't work... please advise? Would LOVE to use this in a lesson with one of my techies... Thanks :-)

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  • Hi Antoine,

    Many thanks for pointing that out. All the PDFs have now been amended.

    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • Good morning,

    The header and footer on the third pages of the Advanced and Pre-Intermediate/Intermediate versions are labelled as "Upper intermediate".

    Thank you for these news lessons as they prove to be quite useful in class.

    Best regards,

    Antoine

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