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October 26, 2010

Win a free iPad and 50,000 yen for charity at the Tokyo ETJ Expo on November 6th!

ETJQuizAd.jpg Do you know your ESL from your EFL? Your Suggestopedia from your Dogme? Let's Go from Finding Out? Michael Swan from Raymond Murphy? Wallace from Gromit? Then find two other smart, fun-loving souls who want to support a good cause and enter your team into the ELTNEWS.com ELT Charity Quiz!

Up to 5 teams of 3 people can enter and the winning team will have up to 50,000 yen donated to the charity of their choice. Why "up to"? Because there will be 50 questions and our sister site the online book store ELTBOOKS.com will donate 1,000 yen for each correctly answered question.

But that's not all: team members and each member of the audience will have the chance to win an Apple iPad on the spot. Each audience member will have their name put into a hat, if it's drawn, they get the chance to answer 5 ELT-related questions, chosen at random, to win the iPad. Members of Quiz teams will have their name entered into the draw twice!

The quiz will be held at the Tokyo ETJ Expo on Saturday, November 6th, 2010, 4:45PM at Toyo Gakuen University. If you can put a team together then let us know by sending a mail using the link below and we'll send you full details. The Quiz is completely free to enter and the deadline for teams is Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010.

Tell us the news of your team's desire to enter here and we'll contact you with all the details.

See also:
Tokyo ETJ Expo
ELTBOOKS.com
Apple's iPad Page
Wallace and Gromit
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