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Here are this week's new resources:
Instant Workbook - Intermediate - "Do You Want To Save The Planet?"
Listen to a delegate talking about why she doesn't travel by air to U.N. conferences on climate change and then practise using transport prepositions.
Skills: Listening and grammar - prepositions.
Advanced Instant Lesson - "Lawyers Want Government Jobs"
Today, the Enron and WorldCom stories have transformed corporate crime fighting into a top choice for law students who, only two years ago, might have looked down their noses at a career in government.
Intermediate Instant Lesson - "Never Too Late"
A 92-year-old Australian woman has become the nation's oldest first-time home buyer after getting a housing loan she does not have to pay off for another 30 years.
Elementary Instant Lesson - "Aussie Thieves Steal Water"
Thieves are stealing water from rivers and selling it to Australian farmers. The farmers are fighting one of the worst droughts in a century.
Anna Grammar - "Plurals - 'fish' or 'fishes'?"
Anna answers a question from the UK.
Weekly Warmer - "Description Flash Cards"
Here's a warmer that students really enjoy and, once it's prepared, it's simple and quick to use.
See the new resources here.
Quote of the week:
"It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it." - Aristotle.