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    Re: Teaching English - Books and Materials Recommendation

    Well, I took a short look at the New Interchange series, and from what I can see, this is American-English. :) I guess you guys in Latin America and in Thailand are more exposed to American-English so this makes some sense.

    But here in Europe it would be a bit weird to teach students American-English :) so I guess I`ll skip New Interchange, although it does look realy interesting...

    What do you think of Face2face ??? I would post a link but I don`t have 5 posts

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    Arrow Re: Teaching English - Books and Materials Recommendation

    Sorry! Never used face2face...so can't give you any definite feedback on the material...good or bad. ;)

    But hopefully someone else here in the forum can fill you in on the material.

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