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116.

Email to ask for time off

Beginner - low-intermediate level

In this lesson students will be introduced to email format. They will experiment with future tense when they practice composing a email to hypothetical employers asking for time off.

117.

level

118.

Using simple past and adjectives for your first day in the job

A2 level

In this lesson, the students will practice <b>simple</b> <b>past</b> using adjectives to desribe their firs day in a job

119.

Expressing purpose with to and for

A2 level

In yhis lessons, the students will learn expressing purpose using to and for through guided diccovery

120.

Writing – sending/replying to invitations

Intermediate level

In this lesson, Ss learn about sending/replying to invitations by engaging with some invitation formats such as emails. Subsequently, students craft their own invitations and reciprocate responses with their peers.

121.

TP 7 Writing

Intermediate level

Writing Class

122.

Teaching Practice 8

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn to write a formal letter (or email) of complaint. The lesson starts with a reading about an unsatisfactory meal Joseph Clements and his family had at a Cafe Royale restaurant and complete his letter with more formal alternatives. Then students will be taken through various stages that will enable them to write a letter of complaint. This includes the layout, sequence and common set phrases. Finally students write their own letter about hotel accommodation.

123.

Hotel reservation

Elementary level

124.

1-2-1 Business English

Intermediate level

125.

informal email, describing a person

Intermediate b1 level

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