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  1. Unit 6A - My week
    Lesson 1 - Last night
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  2. Lesson 2 - What did you do?
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  3. Unit 6B - My week
    Lesson 3 - A memorable experience was ...
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  4. Lesson 4 - There's a problem with my meal
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  5. Unit 6 - Review
    Unit 6 Review
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  6. Unit 7A -
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  7. Lesson 2
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  8. Unit 7B -
    Lesson 3
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  9. Lesson 4
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  10. Unit 7 - Review
    Unit 7 Review
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  11. Unit 8A -
    Lesson 1
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  12. Lesson 2
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  13. Unit 8B -
    Lesson 3
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  14. Lesson 4
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  15. Unit 8 - Review
    Unit 8 Review
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  16. Unit 9A -
    Lesson 1
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  17. Lesson 2
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  18. Unit 9B -
    Lesson 3
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  19. Lesson 4
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  20. Unit 9 - Review
    Unit 9 Review
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  21. Unit 10A -
    Lesson 1
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  22. Lesson 2
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  23. Unit 10B -
    Lesson 3
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  24. Lesson 4
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Jenny is telling her friend about her last vacation. Read the conversation and drag and drop the questions in the correct place.

What did you do?

Where did you go?

Who did you go with?

How long did you stay there?

Hey Jenny, you look really tanned, did you go on vacation?

Yes! I got back on Monday.

*Where did you go?*

I went to Odessa, you know. In Ukraine, it’s really beautiful.

*What did you do?*

We went to the beach, of course. We saw the catacombs and ate a lot of local food.

We? *Who did you go with?*

Oh! I went with Gary, my boyfriend.

*How long did you stay there?*

We stayed only a week. I wanted to stay longer, but we needed to come back to work.

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