Mini-Debates

You wont find topics like Botox use by Teens or the Banning of Pit Bulls in your average course book. These lessons contain readings based on hot topics from the news. Lessons include warm up questions, a reading, vocabulary review, and two statements for debate. Mini-debates are useful for exam prep classes where students must learn to speak or write opinions on both sides of an issue. (Intermediate to Advanced)

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Hiring a Wedding Detective

We're plugging away at our second detective series. It's no wonder this headline caught our eye! Share this article with your students and give them something juicy to talk about!

Great links to articles and resources for this topic...

Exceptions to the Noun + Infinitive Rule

ESL-Library blog: October 16, 2014

Using an infinitive after a noun or pronoun is one Gerund/Infinitive rule that students can usually count on. But there is a common exception involving time that is useful to point out to our students, and our editor explains just how to do it.

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