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|Technology||A short series of activities designed to provide students with essential vocabulary and listening practice to help them communicate in English about technology.|
|Planning an excursion||This activity provides short listening practice based around a conversation between a customer and sales person. The conversation is to enquire about excursions.|
|Mobile phones||This activity provides short listening practice based around a monologue about mobile phones. The monologue relays how the speaker feels about mobile phones in society, particularly on trains.|
|Hotel Booking||This activity provides short listening practice based around a phone call to a hotel to enquire about reservations.|
|Grammar activities for adults||Grammar exercises for basic and intermediate levels|
|Vocabulary activities for adults||Vocabulary exercises for basic and intermediate levels|
|Find out your English level||When you finish the test, you will be told your approximate English level. You can then search for suitable content on LearnEnglish by level. You can also search for content by topic.|
|Choose the skill you want to practise||Practise your English language skills at your level. Whether you need to improve your English for work, for studying or to be able to make new friends and communicate effectively with them, you'll find practical lessons and activities to help you.|
|Women in Science||This lesson helps raise awareness of some of the reasons why women are relatively poorly represented in science|
|Speed-chat: A minimal resource activity to get your learners talking||A great minimal resource activity to get your learners feeling relaxed and comfortable talking.|
|English for emails||Short videos with tips|
|How to improve your English skills||Short videos with tips|
|Drawing Dictations||Drawing dictations are a great way to practise vocabulary and to find out how well the students in your class listen to you.|
|Talking Topics||This simple board game provides an excellent way to give students a bit of free speaking practice.|