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10th October 2019: How Britain’s red phone boxes are being given new life

It’s a design classic, but in these days of ubiquitous mobile phones, only 10,000 of the red kiosks remain on the streets. Can they survive the next decade?

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  • Thank you for this lesson, it worked really well. We especially enjoyed activity 6. My group came up with some great ideas and they really enjoyed it. It's quite enough material for 2 lessons especially if you use Jan's suggestion and practise "used to" at the same time!

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  • Thank you very much - that is great to hear!

    Best wishes,

    The onestopenglish team

  • Thank you - great idea and can be comined with the "used to" lesson;-).

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  • Hello Jan,

    You are more than welcome! We look forward to bringing you more of these lessons very soon.

    Best wishes and happy teaching,

    The onestopenglish team

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