LEVEL: Upper Intermediate - Advanced

TYPE OF ENGLISH: General English

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

This worksheet is a great lesson filler to use before or after New Year's Day. Students read about some unusual New Year's Eve traditions around the world and look at idioms related to the New Year. Use this lesson plan to stimulate a conversation about New Year traditions and celebrations.

Target language
Key words: crockery, polka dots, livestock, dough, toss, ward off, chime, prosperity, fate
Idioms: turn over a new leaf, ring in the New Year, whale of a time, start off with a bang, start with a clean slate, tempt fate, reflect back on, make up for lost time




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Happy New Year

Type: English vocabulary

Level: Upper Intermediate - Advanced

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