Number one for English language teachers

Language for ... directions

Level: Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan, Worksheet Print material

This lesson provides students with the key vocabulary associated with asking for and giving directions.

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Readers' comments (3)

  • Hi!
    Both times I've tried to play the audio it cuts off before the end! Is it my flash player or is there a bug?

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  • Hi,
    The final words should be "Thank you very much". You have two options: you can play it through Flash or right click on the link and download it. It appears to be working fine so I hope this helps,
    The onestopenglish team

  • Hi, there seems to be a bug. When I click on Lesson Plan I get the audio file again.
    Any ideas?

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  • Hello Helen HP,

    Thank you very much for informing us of this issue. We have fixed this so you should now be able to download the lesson plan. If you still experience problems, please do contact us again.

    Best wishes,

    The onestopenglish team

  • This is a really great resource. Very useful for what is always a difficult language task. However, I cannot seem to find the following content in the conversation for Exercise 2:
    7 There’s a footpath next / next to the canal.
    8 The stadium is on / at the bottom of the hill.

    It does not appear in the text.

    Otherwise, the tasks are useful, and for the missing content, I have told my students to first find the two sentences in Exercise 2 that do not appear in the script. That seems to give them a challenge.

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  • Hello bartonim,

    Thank you very much for pointing this out to us. We have removed numbers 7 and 8 from exercise 2 to avoid further confusion.

    Best wishes and happy teaching!

    The onestopenglish team

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