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Goodbye Rainbow - songs for the teaching of English (1974)


Goodbye Rainbow provides teachers with a type of musical material never before available. The songs are structured, and written in the modern idiom and the themes provide an abundant material for discussion, covering many aspects of modern life.

This is Ken Wilson’s second LP of language songs. In the first, Mister Monday and other songs for the teaching of English the structures range from elementary to intermediate





  1. City boy – get used to/be used to
  2. Looking forward to the day – phrasal verbs
  3. The houses are built – present simple passive/past simple passive
  4. One day – simple past tense
  5. Questions – questions
  6. He’d still be here – third conditional
  7. Goodbye rainbow – adverbs of frequency and manner
  8. Nothing has changed – everything, one, where, nothing, no one, etc.
  9. Not enough ways – too much/too many, not enough, so much, so little
  10. Seagull  - relatives
  11. Glitter hair cream – comparatives and superlatives
  12. Along the road – prepositions


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