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Just and the Present Perfect | EFL Lesson Plan

Just and the Present Perfect | EFL Lesson Plan

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This EFL lesson plan aims to practice using 'just' with the present perfect tense to describe recent news events in dramatic role-plays.

For TEFL and ESOL teachers the use of ‘just’ combined with the present perfect tense presents an opportunity to use some interesting and engaging activities with our students. More of which you can find in our What has just happened? blog.

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