Activities for the Questions in Students’ Heads
When I was working on my first self-study book for students, I was surprised to find that writing it was at least as instinctive as teaching. The most obvious example of my subconscious controlling the process was that I often couldn’t understand my own reason for rejecting exercises that I considered. That was true both for common EFL exercises that I couldn’t bear to include and ones which I made up one day and then woke up dying to delete forever the next morning. There . . .
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