LEVEL: Upper Intermediate - Advanced

TYPE OF ENGLISH: General English


Worry more, live longer


The theme of this lesson is health and stress. Students learn a variety of medical terms and read an article on how moderate stress can benefit people’s health according to recent scientific studies. In the grammar exercise, the use of cleft sentences beginning with ‘it’ (e.g. It’s the degree of stress that is important) is studied. Students also practise using the linking words and phrases to develop an argument. At the end of the lesson, there is a general discussion on health.




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Worry more, live longer

Type: General Issues

Level: Upper Intermediate - Advanced

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