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Eurovision and Liverpool Quiz | EFL Worksheet

Eurovision and Liverpool Quiz | EFL Worksheet

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The Eurovision Song Contest is a cultural and media phenomenon that has captured the hearts and minds of millions of viewers worldwide. And with this year's contest being held in Britain, there's never been a better time for English Teachers and all those involved in TEFL and ESOL to inject a little Eurovision fun into their lessons. 

This download contains two quizzes and answer sheets to test your knowledge of Eurovision and this year's host city, Liverpool. You can also read our Eurovision Fun for TEFL/ESOL and other English Teachers blog for more teaching ideas.

Once you have completed your purchase you will receive an email with a PDF to download and print.

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