The Future. 20 Questions | Spelling | Dictation A new report shows what life might be like in 100 years from now.
It describes skyscrapers that are much taller than today's buildings, underwater 'bubble' cities, and holidays in space. The report is from Samsung's SmartThings. It asked experts on space, architecture, and city planners to give their ideas on life in 2116. They said the way we live, work and play will be totally different to how we do these things today. Researchers questioned 2,000 adults about the predictions they thought were most likely to happen in the future. General Listening Quizzes - Intermediate. ELLLO Views #512 At the Restaurant. Waitress: Hi, welcome to our restaurant.
Customer: Thank you very much. Waitress: How many people are there? Customer: Just the one. Waitress: Just one person, ok. Smoking or non-smoking? B1 Listening: Transport. Problems at the train station. Station manager: Good afternoon.
How can I help you? Makayla: Hello … Erm … yes. I’ve just missed my train! English Listening Lesson on Money. Try the online quiz, reading, listening, and activities on grammar, spelling and vocabulary for this lesson on Money.
Click on the links above or see the activities below this article: Mail this lesson to friends and teachers. Click the @ below. “Money makes __________________.” I wonder if this famous English expression is very true. “Money makes the owdrl go round.” “round go world the makes Money.” DISCUSSION (Write your own questions) ELLLO Views #696 Family Traits. Todd: Adrienne, we are talking about your family.
Can describe the people in your family? Like, what's your mother like, and your father like and your sister? Adrienne: OK, well, let me start with my mother. I'm hoping she doesn't listen to this, though, maybe. My mother is a very interesting. Todd: What about your father? Adrienne: My dad is probably the nicest man you'll ever meet. Todd: And actually I met your father and he's a very big guy.
B1 Listening: Describing people. Money. What do you do with money?
Do you spend it or save it? Do you keep money in a piggy bank or do you have a bank account? Do you get pocket money from your parents or do you work to earn money? Pocket money Most teenagers in Britain receive pocket money from their parents. Different families give different amounts and the average for eight- to fifteen-year-olds in the UK is about £6 a week. I get £80 a month. I get £5 a week. Part-time work A part-time job is an option for teenagers who don’t have pocket money or who want to earn extra money. There are strict government laws about children working. I babysit for my neighbours. I work in a greengrocer’s shop on Saturday mornings. Banks In Britain, some children and teenagers have a bank account. It’s good for kids to have a bank account so that they can learn about how to save money and how to be responsible for their own money. Food and restaurants exercises. Food and restaurants. Are you looking for somewhere special to go this weekend?
Do you want to try something new? Check out one of these hot new restaurants. Last Days of the Raj A centrally located Indian restaurant, perfect for eating before or after the cinema or a show. In summer enjoy your meal in the beautiful garden. A Taste of Tuscany Whether you’d like a great value-for-money lunch or a relaxed evening meal in stylish surroundings, this is the place for you. Your Local Caff Remember when cafés served full English breakfasts – sausages, beans, fried bread, bacon and eggs – with a strong cup of tea? The Lemon Tree This pretty restaurant serves healthy food that’s tasty too. Cheesy Bites A restaurant that only serves cheese, but hundreds of cheeses from many countries and in lots of different forms. Fast Best Fast food doesn’t have to be junk food, as this café proves. The Chocolate Box The owner of this small café used to cook all kinds of food, but then she realised she preferred desserts to anything else.