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This is part of the AS syllabus for the spoken expression and response in Russian. A sub section of this topic which I will be covering is the drinking problem there.  I will start off by emailing my student a copy of the article that we will be:

Once my student has read and gone through the article by themself before the lesson, we will go through it together, where I will explain anything that was not understood in the text, hilighting the key aspects and vocabulary that will be useful for the exam.  The most important aspect of this part of the syllabus is to build up vocabulary and phrases, making the language level as high as possible for a non native speaker.

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