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In this lesson by Adrian Tennant, students will: read short newspaper stories related to politics and matching them to the correct headline, complete exercises on topic-specific vocabulary and verb conjugation, and listen to a short radio news report. Is it headline writing exercises with answers pdf OK to lie in a job interview? Getting to know you: What’s your name?

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