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November 10th lesson

Dear students, Today you will talk about the media. There are two files, but you only need to download one of them (you may choose which one).

http://www.eflclub.com/rikkyo/media2.pdf

http://www.eflclub.com/rikkyo/media3.pdf

After that you will work in pairs planning your third presentation. Please show me your outline or tell me your ideas.

Kind regards,
Chris Elvin

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  1. Hello,Mr.Elvin.My name is Taizo Miura. I'm your presentation class student in autumn semester(英P12営). I want to know how much I absent. I don't know your email address so I write here. Please give an email to 15bm293s@rikkkyo.ac.jp

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Chris Elvin