Receipt, recipe or revenue?
Writing a story is a good way to remember words. Read the short story Joanna Westcombe has written around the vocabulary in the November Word Builder section of the magazine.
Three sections from the November magazine for our Premium users: traditional sports in Ireland; the man who (probably) killed John F. Kennedy; and our language cards to keep and collect.
Have your students reconstruct a text. This activity is from our free newsletter for teachers.
Students write their own dialogues in which they discuss experiences they've had while on holiday.
"Here are fun ways to practise what you've learned": Spotlight 9/2013 includes a free booklet of word games.
Have your students teach eaxh other vocabulary. This activity is from our free newsletter for teachers.
This month in our workbook, Spotlight plus: polite correspondence, the past perfect continuous, saying "no" forcefully. Practice makes perfect! Practise with plus!
Where will you find "props", a "cast", "ushers" and an "audience"? In this week's exercise, learn the words you need to talk about going to the theatre.
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