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    1. Stan

      Awesome! Great to have you here and hope you’re going to enjoy all the other ESL Brains lessons.

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  3. Serena AK

    Interesting!

  4. CHANTAL LUCAIN

    Hi! This was my last lesson with my business students and it worked very well! Thanks a lot for all these great lessons!

    1. Justa

      Great to hear that! Thanks 🙂

  5. pjacovella

    Hi
    I love this subject to discuss with my students!!!
    Unfortunately I havent got the Unlimited Plan, yet.

    Great video!
    Thanks

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    Absolutely love it! I’m very glad I’ve found this recourse

  7. Natalia

    Great lesson plan! Well-balanced plan, relevant topic, you get to focus on different skills, fun video and I love the writing component. Worked great in class with advanced students.

    1. Justa

      Natalia, thank you for such positive feedback 🙂

  8. Montserrat Pérez

    Great lesson! Sufficiently challenging but not impossible. Quite relevant topic and nicely staged lesson. The vocab highglighted in it is useful. Love it! Thansk ESL Brains. More like this, please!

    1. Justa

      Thank you so much for taking the time to comment 🙂

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