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Mike Guest said “I’m interested to see/hear how you might adapt intros in your own classroom…” Ha! Ha! I had never really given it any serious thought till now. We could of course practise introducing friends, guests and speakers and this would allow for much more freedom of content than you would generally have when […]

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After reading Mike Guest’s interesting post on introductions, I had to reconsider about what to write in this introductory blog post, because I, like 99.9% of EFL teachers and textbooks in Japan have been teaching students to recite a list of information which is often totally out of context, yet it is information which the […]

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