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Featured Lessons for March
Try this month's featured English lessons with your students.
After the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris, people around the world began talking about freedom of the press. Does freedom of the press include the right to offend? After reading a short article, your students can debate related topics. This lesson includes vocabulary review exercises and useful phrases for expressing opinions.
Students need to be able to distinguish when to use the future perfect vs. the future perfect progressive tense. This lesson features grammar explanations, charts, examples, tips, and practice exercises for expressing two future actions that happen at different times.
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