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ESL forum > Teaching material > Need the audio files of the Portuguese 12th Form Teaching Book - LINK UP TO YOU 12 or a Listening test about English Worldwide    

Need the audio files of the Portuguese 12th Form Teaching Book - LINK UP TO YOU 12 or a Listening test about English Worldwide



espamol
Portugal

Need the audio files of the Portuguese 12th Form Teaching Book - LINK UP TO YOU 12 or a Listening test about English Worldwide
 
I  would like to give my 12 th form students a listening test that is in the teacher īs resource book of LINK UP TO YOU 12 under the title "What īs the language of the future?" (page 46) but I don īt have the audio files. Could somebody send them to me ? or if you have a nice listening test about English worlwide ? 
Thanks a lot.
Paula  

14 Nov 2017      



alinafrandus54
United Kingdom

America produces so many movies, TV shows, books, etc. that are read/watched all over the world. I went to Russia twice and their entire impression of America (at least, those who had never met an American before) was that they are exactly how everyone is in the movies made in America. AKA, Americans=The Hangover XD Anyway, the Russian children Online Ez Assignment Help UK and I met were so excited to say American slang to me because they knew I was American and were fascinated when I taught them more. They īd heard it on TV and movies. The adults who had finished school and worked in jobs where they were required to speak English knew, even more, American slang.

21 Nov 2017