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Where I'm sitting, it's cooling down as we head into winter. Where you're sitting it may well be hotting up. Wherever you are, there's something for you.

This month's lessons include an entertaining one for Elementary students on how much a prom costs for American high shcool students (Cost Of The Prom - Elementary Instant Lesson) and one on the increasingly elaborate afterprom parties being organized by American parents in the hope of keeping their kids drug and alcohol-free. Door prizes might be anything from a car to a scholarship (Party Bribes - Upper-Intermediate Instant Lesson).

We look at how China is attempting to care for its rural elderly people in a scheme which has the elderly caring for the very elderly. (Old and Older - Advanced Instant Lesson) There are also new vocabulary, grammar and online resources.

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- Cost Of The Prom - Elementary Instant Lesson
American girls are going to spend more money on prom dresses this year. Proms, shopping and beauty, planning a prom date, be going to.

- What's In A Name? - Pre-Intermediate Instant Lesson
What were the most popular names for babies in 2012? Names, famous people, retelling and comparing, word order.

- Party Bribes - Upper-Intermediate Instant Lesson
Parents, schools and civic organizations are using extravagant door prizes in the USA to encourage high school students to attend supervised, alcohol-free events after their annual high school proms. Teenagers and parties, proms, teenage social behavior, pair crossword.

- Old and Older - Advanced Instant Lesson
A village where the elderly care for the very elderly will become a model for aged care in China. Aging, China, care of the elderly.

- Max Vocabulary Worksheet - Hotel Words - Pre-Intermediate
Words for staff, places in a hotel and different useful expressions.

- Phrases, Clauses, Compound and Complex Sentences - Anna Grammar Worksheet
A worksheet with exercises explaining the difference between phrases, clauses, compound and complex sentences.

- Toys, Toys, Toys - Elementary Instant Workbook
Find out about the new cafe for Barbie lovers. Listen to two children talking about their toys. There are eleven exercises to do. Grammar - have got

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Father's Day Sunday June 16th.
- Modern American Dads Given a Raw Deal? - Advanced Instant Lesson
Author Michael Lewis says there really wasn't much difference between being a Salomon Brothers bond trader and becoming a father - he was woefully ill-prepared for both jobs. Parenting, being a father, male and female parent roles, giving definitions, listening and writing, sharing opinions.

- Testing Fathers - Pre-Intermediate Instant Lesson
Men in Japan can now do a 'daddy exam'. The exam tries to make men think more about being dads in a country where men usually work long hours and leave their wives in charge of childrearing and household chores. Parenting, work, families, Japan, present simple questions.

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Fill 'er Up? - Intermediate Instant Lesson
Regus, a provider of ready-to-use office space is opening up workplace hubs and lounges in 70 petrol stations in and around Berlin.
Expressions used with business equipment, present simple tense uses and forms.

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This Month's Point of Interest

This month's Point of Interest comes from one of this month's free lesson, the Intermediate Instant Lesson, 'Fill 'er Up!'.

-Filling up on petrol station offices
Wed Mar 13, London - Seeking a place to work out of the office that is quieter than a bustling coffee shop and provides drinks, printers, Wi-Fi and even petrol? Regus, a provider of ready-to-use office space, thinks it has the answer.
It has teamed up with Shell Germany to open up workplace hubs and lounges in 70 petrol stations in and around Berlin that will provide Wi-Fi hotspots, scanners, printers, phone charging and even meeting rooms, depending on the space available.
"You already see people working in Starbucks, hotel lobbies. They want facilities they're not getting there though, such as printers, phone charging, the ability to sit somewhere quiet and make a phone call," Phil Kemp, global managing director for Regus Third Place told Reuters.
The hubs are what Regus terms the 'third place' for workers, the first and second being the office and the home. Working in this way is a trend that is being driven by the explosion in tablet computers and smartphones.
"People are no longer bound by the nine-to-five, or having to physically be in an office," Kemp said.

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