Every month, the In Company team at Macmillan suggest a e-lesson from the warehouse. The suggested lesson is accompanied by a blog post. Here’s the start of the latest post from yesterday:
In 1992, I went to the Olympics in Barcelona. I bought tickets for every event I wanted to see, at reasonable prices. Now, 20 years later, I have applied online for London 2012. I have no idea which tickets I will get. I might get none, or I might get everything I applied for, plus a credit card bill which is far from ‘reasonable’!
For the complete blog entry,visit: Olympics 2012