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English-To-Go Website Changes
The new website will have many improvements and we hope the changes will make using our site easier and more enjoyable. You can expect to see the changes very soon.

The main part of the website will be updated with information about our three different products and about the company. As a member you will be able to log into the Teachers' Room from the main part of the site. You can also click on "login" at the top of the page. For new members we will have a user guide that can be downloaded so that you can learn how to use the different functions and resources on the website.

We will send more information about the site changes in the newsletters.

Here are this week's new resources:

Instant Workbook - Elementary - "An Eel Pet"
A stange pet in a strange place. What happened to it?
Skills: Comprehension questions and grammar - choosing pronouns and ordering present perfect sentences.

Upper-Intermediate Instant Lesson - "A Very Popular Mousetrap"
Queen Elizabeth and "The Mousetrap" got together for a double celebration. In her Golden Jubilee year, the British monarch saw the Agatha Christie whodunit on the night that performance number 20,807 marked its 50th anniversary as the world's longest-running play.

Intermediate Instant Lesson - "Too Many Old Bags"
Australia has announced a crackdown on plastic bags, aiming to get supermarket chains and retailers to slash litter by 38 million bags by the end of 2004.

Elementary Instant Lesson - "An Eel Pet"
A German family has kept an eel in its bathtub for the last 33 years and even trained it to swim into a bucket when someone needs to wash.

Anna Grammar - Negative Prefixes
Anna answers a question from Argentina about negative prefixes.

Weekly Warmer - One Upmanship
This is an entertaining way to get students to use the second conditional correctly.

See the new resources here.

Quote of the week:
"Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration." - Thomas A. Edison.

Have a great week teaching!
The English-To-Go Team.
E-mail: sales@english-to-go.com