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Featured Lessons - Famous People
The people featured in the new featured lessons are all famous for one reason or another. Pick the resources that best suit the interests of your students.
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Here are this week's new resources:

Intermediate Instant Workbook - Criss-Crossed Lovers
Amy's story about the lovers who criss-crossed the world and missed each other.
Skills: Listening and phrasal verbs. There are 4 exercises to do.

Intermediate Instant Lesson - Top Dog May Be Cheat?
The canine winner of the world's biggest dog show may be stripped of its title after being accused of having a secret facelift, the Times newspaper reported. (Dog shows, cosmetic surgery, dog breeding, facial expressions, understanding text organization, jumbled questions, active and passive, matching terms and definitions, sentences game.)

Upper-Intermediate Instant Lesson - Pampered Pets
The British, long ridiculed for pampering their pets, can now indulge their cats with a costly kidney transplant. Vets estimate the cost in Britain at between 8,000 and 10,000 pounds ($12,600 and $15,800). (Pets, cats, dogs, transplants, luxury holidays, discussion, understanding the headline, skim reading, true or false, punctuation, parts of speech, debate.)

Anna Grammar - Today's News
Anna answers a question from Singapore: If possessives can be strung together, like: 'my son's friend's house is big', then why does 'my today's news is good' sound so wrong?

Weekly Warmer - If I were... a dog?!
This is an entertaining way to practice the second conditional and takes little preparation.

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Quote of the week:
"We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are." - Anais Nin.

Have a great week teaching!
The English-To-Go Team.
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