Test Your Speaking & Listening Skills: Lucky Dip 1
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Get your English language learners talking with this fun trivia worksheet! They'll name three cities in Europe, complete basic math problems, recall the name of Britain's Prime Minister, etc. A fun way to get everyone talking!
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