Giving advice – problem cards

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This is a pair activity for practising giving advice. Make ten problem cards. Choose ten students who will tell their partner about his/her problem. Then the partner will give them advice.  These cards  can be used for practising second conditional using “If I were you, I’d…, you should, you could…). You can find my set of cards at the following link

They are suitable for teenagers.

This post was submitted by Gordana Popovic.

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