Number one for English language teachers

Language for ... informal conversations

Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan, Worksheet Audio material Print material

This lesson focuses on types of informal conversations and key phrases within them, and contains detailed teacher’s notes, worksheets and an audio file.

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  • I love that this is focusing on 'informal' language! Always a popular topic with students. And love the range of accents. Thankyou for the wonderful work.
    Please make more! :D

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  • Hello Success,

    Thank you very much for your wonderful comment. We look forward to bringing you more in this series next month!

    Best wishes,

    The onestopenglish team

  • Hi HomelandBoy,

    You can find a list of red words focused on in each lesson at the end of each worksheet, in the 'Red words' box.

    The Macmillan Dictionary hasn't released the full list of red words, but you can find out more about them here:

    Very glad to hear you're finding the lesson plans useful!

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  • Hi
    Was wondering whether there is a vocabulary list for each of these lessons?
    You mention the 7500 most frequently used words - is there a listing somewhere on your site of these words?

    Many thanks for your lesson plans - they are very useful.

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  • Hi there,

    Thanks for getting in touch. Could you clarify what happens when you click on the lesson plan link below the 'Related resources' title, please? You need Adobe Reader to open the lesson plan PDF. If you don't already have that, you will need to download it.

    For the audio, if you want to download it to use offline, just right-click on the Audio file (the big blue box under 'Related files'), select 'Save file as..' then save the file to your computer. Once you have done that, you will be able to right-click on the saved file and select 'Open file with...'.

    Hope that helps. If you're still having problems after following the above steps, please contact our technical support team at

    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • The lesson plan won't download properly.

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