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7th December 2017: Best overseas breaks at Christmas and New Year

Our tipsters leave the traditional British Christmas behind and go in search of a lantern festival, exotic wildlife and traditional markets, from Brittany to the Japanese Alps.

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  • You're welcome Neal! We're happy to have helped you out :-)

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  • Brilliant, something different at last and just what I've been waiting for.
    Was thinking how am I going to manage another Christmas period teaching the same themes and topics as always.
    Thanks for the great resource.

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  • Hi Karczy,

    We're sorry you feel that way! We wanted to choose something a little different which included holiday festivities around the world. However if you're looking for something more traditional, then please go to our Christmas resources collection here:

    http://www.onestopenglish.com/skills/integrated-skills/themed-resources/christmas-resources/

    For a very christmassy-themed lesson, I'd recommend this one:

    http://www.onestopenglish.com/skills/vocabulary/macmillan-dictionary-resources/language-for/language-for-christmas/

    And this one:

    http://www.onestopenglish.com/skills/integrated-skills/celebrations/celebrations-the-christmas-cracker-quiz/555683.article

    I hope that helps!

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  • I do not think this material is related to Christmas (except the title), mailnly not the English/British way of celebrating it :(

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