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The case against self-employment

This lesson, based on an article from Business Spotlight magazine, deals with the advantages and disadvantages of having a full-time contract and being self-employed. 


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Readers' comments (5)

  • Hi there,

    Many thanks for highlighting that error. It has now been amended.

    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • Error on page 5, section 3: "sing"

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  • Hi Mary Gabriel,

    Thanks for the nice feedback. Regarding the lesson plans, we have had a number of comments from users on this very subject and it seems that opinion is quite divided about whether teacher's notes should be separated from the student activity pages. For our current series, we will continue with notes and worksheets together but we will consider whether that needs to be changed for future series.

    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • Hello and many thanks for all your good work.
    Is it possible to separate the teacher's instructions page from the
    students activity pages?
    I have a few on-line students and when I download my lesson
    I can-not separate the teacher's page from the student page!
    Mary Gabriel France

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  • I liked everything, but you could have thought about saving ink, it´s too much waste when you have to print more than one copy

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