Number one for English language teachers

Language for ... film and TV

Level: Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan, Worksheet Print material

This lesson provides students with the language needed to discuss film and TV viewing.

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  • Hello I’m afraid the recording is not complete. It’s cut when speaker 3 starts and suddenly it returns to the beginning, i.e. to speakers 1 & 2.
    Can you help me? Yeah maybe I could read the transcript but it wouldn’t be the same. Very nice activity ????

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  • Hello magda,

    Thank you for your comment. The video appears to be working OK at our end. This is what we recommend.

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  • Hi ManonHausse,

    Glad to hear it! Hope your class goes well.

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  • Perfect, it works!

    Thanks so much :)

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  • Hi ManonHausse,

    To download the audio, left click on the title of the audio, then right click on 'Right-click here to download' and finally click on 'Save link as'.

    Please let us know if this doesn't help you, and if you are still having problems, you can contact our technical team on help@macmillan.com

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  • Hello,

    Since the wifi connection is not always perfect in my school, I would like to download the audio but it is not working.... Do you have any solution for me?

    Thanks in advance

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  • Hi jclark_iut,

    Yes that's right. I think it's written like that because if you were reading it aloud instead of using the audio, you would say 'slash' but if you saw the symbol you might not say anything at all.

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  • Just checking, in the transcript, the speaker refers to Dexter as a "thriller slash comedy". I'm assuming that means "thriller/comedy", is that right?

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  • Hi jclark,

    Many thanks for your feedback. We have now attached a transcript for this lesson which you can find alongside the audio file.

    Hope that helps.
    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • This is great - is there a transcript available?

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