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  1. Sebastian Shead

    Bravo!

  2. Mariola Moçka

    Brilliant lesson!

  3. AlexandraYu

    You guys always pick such captivating topics! Thank you for your work!

    1. Justa

      Thank you! Enjoy 😊

  4. Morad Banks

    This lesson is outstanding!

  5. eltchipin

    I am very happy and proud to see this lesson here! This is amazing not only for the content but also for the representation! It is so rare to see videos where I can show to my students especially because 80% of them are Black!!! I will show it to all of them!!! Hope I can see here more lessons like this! Thank you!!!!

    1. Stan

      I think showcasing the diversity of the humankind and showing the whole spectrum of the world (in terms of ELT, that also includes variety of native and non-native accents) is something that teachers ought to do because the world is simply not monochromatic. I wish we were better at it and I want to have more such materials on ESL Brains. BTW we didn’t use this video because the actors are Black but because it’s an interesting short film 🙂

  6. maguijim@live.com

    Fantastic! Thanks a lot!!👏🏻👏🏻

  7. esmeraldaesl

    That is an incredible lesson! I’m sure my students will have a lot of speaking practice. Thank you!

    1. Justa

      Thanks and good luck with your classes!

      1. Karine Ramos English Teacher

        Great! Thank you =)

  8. Oleksandra Tsalai

    Amazing! It really involved my teenage students though it is not easy!!!

  9. MsSarah21

    Absolutely engaging! Great job!

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