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Spot on news lessons for teens: The world at your fingertips

Type: News lesson

In this Spot on news lesson, we meet some young people who tell us about their exciting jobs and how they couldn’t do them without speaking English.

Spot on news lesson: The world at your fingertips

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  • Hello 110940@msn.com,

    Thank you so much for your wonderful feedback. We are pleased you like these resources so much. Unfortunately, we do not have any plans to add to this section at present, however if we get more such requests we may reconsider this. In the meantime, please do continue to check out all our new resources each month, including many for teens.

    Best wishes and happy teaching!

    The onestopenglish team

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  • This site is OUTSTANDING, HELPFUL AND FOCUSSED. Would you consider adding some more lessons, please? I have all but gone through the selection!
    Thank you

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  • Hi Jules,
    Apologies for this oversight - the intermediate lesson should be appearing now.
    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • I cannot find 'intermediate' lesson of this article. If missing, please re-upload it.

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  • Hi Teachlove86,

    Excellent! have you checked out our other teen lessons? You might like to try A Time to Travel which you can find here:

    http://www.onestopenglish.com/teenagers/a-time-to-travel/

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  • I am teaching kids in Germany and they really benefit from lessons like this one! Thanks!

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  • I couldn't do without One Stop. You have helped me out of so many holes over the years. I particularly like the materials for young adults. Keep it up.

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  • I find these artices very useful and the students like doing them. It's a shame there are not more on a regular basis.

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  • I find your articles for teenagers really good but need more! Could you produce more on a reular basis?

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