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    Default teaching listening from cursebook

    Hello Everybody!

    I am an English teacher from Hungary doing general courses for adults. Although we always do the listening excercises from the coursebook, many of my students said they would like to have more listening at the lessons. I started searching the net for resources to buy but I did not find too many. I am thinking about getting a coursebook for listening but I am not sure which one to buy. Do you have any suggestions? Or experience about these two:
    Learning to listen (Macmillan) and Listen for it (Oxford University Press)?

    Thank you for any replies!

    Anna

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    Default Re: teaching listening from cursebook

    Hi Anna, I have no experience of the coursebooks you mention, but found your typo in the heading intriguing.

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