Week starting 27 01 2020

This is why it is essential to look at the vocabulary we work with and the other items we identify in class during revision between classes.Correct input = Correct output


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New Year’s Resolutions!

Lead in (as a group) Are New Year’s Resolutions a part of your tradition? What are the pros and cons? New Year’s Resolution Questions (in pairs) Top Questions What would

A New Year Message!

Go back to the drawing board Ring in the New Year Break new ground Start from scratch Not in a million years Turn over a new leaf Nothing ventured, nothing

End of Year Reflections!

The current year is coming to an end, and it’s time to review how it went. Self-reflection is vital if you want to live your life exercising choice. Just as


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About a month before he died, my uncle had his back covered in lard. After that, he went down hill fast. Lard: Butter/Fat Go down hill: Go downward or the

Idioms in Questions

Idioms in Questions Do you break even at the end of the month, or are you in the red, or even in the black? Do you like numbers and statistics? Are you

Phrasal verbs in Questions

Phrasal verbs in Questions What´s the longest you have been away from your house? Are any of your relatives away? When are they back? When was the last time you