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Now that I’ve got your attention…:-)

Something useful for any of your students thinking about doing or preparing for the IELTS exam: The British Council and FutureLearn are doing an online course:

Understanding IELTS: Techniques for English Language Tests

It’s for 6-weeks but should only be about 2 hours of studying a week.

It starts tomorrow and (you guessed it) it’s free!

And we all know how much our students like free stuff.

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