Featured Lessons: Valentines Day - February 14
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Here are this week's new resources:
Instant Workbook - Upper-Intermediate - "Super
Are you in the market for a fridge that can download email?
Skills: Answering True, False and Not Given questions, grammar - choosing
the correct verb forms.
Advanced Instant Lesson - "Pampering
Pets in Style"
Pet salons are but the latest sybaritic development
that help make a dog's life in Tokyo these days very, very good indeed. Statistics
are not kept on Japanese pet spending, but the industry seems immune to the chill
economic winds that have caused consumer spending to otherwise slump.
Upper-Intermediate Instant Lesson - "Work Stress Health Woes"
Healthy people with stressful jobs who work long hours but get little satisfaction
from what they do have twice the risk of dying from heart disease as satisfied
employees, according to a study.
Intermediate Instant Lesson - "New
Pet Craze in Japan"
Depressed by rising unemployment and an uncertain
future, more and more Japanese are turning to an unlikely source of solace --
Anna Grammar - Phrasal / Two-Word Verbs
answers a question from Brazil about the difference between a verb using a preposition
and a verb using a particle.
Weekly Warmer - Idioms - True and False
- Food etc.
This warmer about idioms encourages discussion and should
also be a lot of fun!
the new resources here.
Quote of the week:
"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire."
- William Butler Yeats.