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EF English First – Share this job opportunity

Know of someone that’s ready to make a change in their life? Share this job opportunity with a friend who’d like an adventure abroad. http://ow.ly/HuwZ303nPmm

ELTA – A unique platform for every learner of English from all walks of life

New batches starting this September. Choose your preferred course from the options below. Write it down in the comments section. We will get in touch with you for further details. We will analyse your needs, conduct a counseling session and get you registered for the RIGHT course! ūüôā *** Special discounts and offers available *** …

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Newly Qualified Primary and Secondary Teachers

Axcis finds and recruits the very best teachers and education professionals from the UK, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, Ireland and other countries to work in London and the surrounding areas. ¬†We also have offices in¬†Liverpool, the¬†West Midlands,¬†Bristol¬†and¬†Wales¬†covering the north west, the north east and the south west of England as well as south …

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Tim’s Pronunciation Workshop

Session¬†5 Tim’s Pronunciation Workshop: Linking /w/ Tim shows us how to join words together in spoken English with a linking /w/ Sessions in this unit 12345 Session 5 score 0¬†/¬†7 View score breakdown ACTIVITY¬†1 Activity¬†1 Tim’s Pronunciation Workshop: Linking /w/ That shoe is on the wrong foot Tim’s back in his pronunciation workshop. This time …

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The English We Speak – BBC

To pull something out of the hat Summary Feifei has a nice surprise for Rob – tickets to see their favourite singer. It’s an unexpected surprise but where did she get them from? Rob uses an expression which leads to some confusion. Maybe this programme will pull an explanation out of the hat?! http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/features/the-english-we-speak/ep-160816

English at Work – BBC

Mr Lime’s grapefruit Mr Lime is not happy. He ordered grapefruit from Tip Top Trading, but he got pineapples. Time to say sorry! Anna has to apologise and sort everything out. How embarrassing! Apologising This episode explores language for apologising. Phrases from the programme: I’m really sorry to hear that. That’s totally unacceptable. It must …

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Lower Intermediate practice with the BBC

Session¬†1 3¬†ACTIVITIES Welcome! 25 SEP 2014This is the first unit of our lower-intermediate course – so we’ll go easy on you. Over the next few sessions, you’ll meet some of our presenters, learn some informal ways of saying ‘hello’ and practise question forms. In session 5, you can join our new 10-part drama, ‘The Race’. …

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Learning Circle

Session¬†1 4¬†ACTIVITIES Introduction and School 01 AUG 2014 What is a Learning Circle and how can¬†you¬†run one? Watch the trainer’s guide and¬†do the first Learning Circle, School, here! http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/course/emw

lesson plans and worksheets to help you use the Shakespeare Speaks videos

Calling all English language teachers.¬†Here you’ll find lesson plans and worksheets to help you use the Shakespeare Speaks videos in the classroom. http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/course/shakespeare/unit-1/session-23    

6 Minute English Podcast – BBC

6 Minute English¬†Podcast Learn and practise useful English language for everyday situations with the BBC. Your weekly instruction manual for saying or doing something in English is published every Friday. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02pc9tn/episodes/downloads  

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