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Proposals. Banning Cars Downtown / in the City Centre. Interaction (Avanzado) - Students' Oral Performances with Teacher's feedback - Speaking
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Proposals. Free Parking Place Downtown / in the City Centre at Weekends. Interaction by Fernando (consolidated C1 level), Alberto and Sara, Avanzado level students (2012-13)

There was some confusion with the topic: banning or allowing? Proposal or New law? Anyway...

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Beg. a bit long. The other two could've uttered some little comment and/or F. could've done this in two steps or something. Anyway, it was good it ended with a question.

Speacial uses of "there's" in oral English: "There's no cars"

the car parking area IS free

car park (British English) - parking lot (US American English)

because my daughter IS TAKING classes

to have A FREE PARKING space

If people can park for free, more people WILL come to my shop, so they'LL buy more…

I can EARN more money.
BEARING THE crisis is very hard, so…
ENDURING the crisis

How PUBLIC TRANSPORT WORKS in the city

MORE expensive than they were in the past

IT's (TTTTTT) too difficult

The elderly NEED TO use public transport

if the major improveS this law

for me the best THING/OPTION is this law

You're a very TOUGH business woman!

I think YOUR PROBLEM is not a big deal, REALLY.

:D

THere IS ANother problem…

Maybe if people have to pay we CAN AVOID…

get to their jobs ON time

pay TO PARK / for PARKING

One euro! That's cheap!

The possibilities are improvING public transport (verbos haciendo de nombres en -ing, mejor)

SO THAT THE MAJOR IS AWARE OF the problem

So who IS GOING TO write the letter?

But I can try TO. (see ellipsis in Grammar Bank 6B - Advanced)

WELL DONE, PEOPLE!!!