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This Issue...

PRIMARY: Fives!

A trip to the beach makes a great day out, but would it make your ‘top five’? Dave Holmes has some suggestions to keep your pupils in touch with the world of English during the summer holidays.

   


SECONDARY: Building up vocabulary for writing tasks

Why walk when you can stroll? Or speak quietly when you can whisper? Annie Altamirano suggests some  activities to increase students’ vocabulary and brighten up their written work.

 

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