False beginners. Really false

Some of my close people are always blaming me for wasting time on the blog design instead of posting sth which goes on behind the curtains of my classroom. I must say this January is an outstanding in terms of the latter.

First of all, I’m substituting a fantastic group with a fantastic rapport, which gives me a great deal of energy for everything. Beginners, and this is what they came up with in our first lesson:

That lovely work was followed up by a sentence completion task, where the students choose one word from each line, one of them sounded a bit strange to me and I actually still have no idea about the words in it:

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  1. Полезная информация, очень пригодится в работе.

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