English ESL worksheets, activities for distance learning and physical classrooms (x89752) New English File Pre-Intermediate listening 6.18~7.6. 7.6 New English File – Pre–Intermediate CD for Students Book. My That's English!: Listening test: Natural disasters. In this week's listening task we are going to practice the heading-matching kind of task.
Listen to some people talk about their experience of natural disasters and choose the sentence A-H which corresponds to each of them. There are two sentences you do not need to use. A - This speaker didn’t experience the worst manifestation of the natural disaster B - This speaker didn’t pay attention to someone’s advice C - This speaker had his movements limited D - This speaker helped someone in a difficult situation E - This speaker saw earth and rocks moving F - This speaker was blinded by the natural disaster G - This speaker was helped by a stranger H - This speaker’s experience was not as serious as a violent tropical storm Speaker 1 I was in a typhoon in Hong Kong, and I just arrived with a big heavy backpack, and I had to hide in a telephone box while the street flooded and the water came up around me.
Speaker 2 Natural disaster? Speaker 3 Oh, yes, yes. Download. 7.1 New English File – Pre–Intermediate CD for Students Book. 6.20 New English File – Pre–Intermediate CD for Students Book. New English File Pre intermediate Students Book. 7.1 - 9.3 // CD 3 : New English File – Pre-Intermediate CD for Students Book. 4.1 - 6.20 : CD 2 // New English File – Pre-Intermediate CD for Students Book. Used to. Oliver: Where’s Mum?
Daisy: I don’t know. She called earlier and said she’d call back. Used to. Exercise 1 - The passive (present and past simple) Breaking News English ESL Lesson Plan on Happiness. BNE: Australians are the happiest people in the world.
This is according to a new survey from the market research company GfK NOP. Interviewers asked 30,000 people in 30 different countries about their levels of happiness. Forty-six percent of Australians said they were “very happy”. Following them was the USA (40 percent), Egypt (36 percent), India (34 percent) and the UK and Canada (32 percent). Hungary finished top of the “miserable” list. The research showed that money and age affected how happy people are. Grammar PastSimplePresentPerfect 2665. Past Tense Game. You can set this page as a homework task for a group of students; doing so will give you a record of who has completed the task.
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Today, millions of people want to learn or improve their English but it is difficult to find the best method. Is it better to study in Britain or America or to study in your own country? The advantages of going to Britain seem obvious. Firstly, you will be able to listen to the language all the time you are in the country. You will be surrounded completely by the language wherever you go.
On the other hand, there are also advantages to staying at home to study. So, in conclusion, I think that if you have enough time and enough money, the best choice is to spend some time in the UK. Happiness snip away worksheets. BBC World Service. Secrets of a Happy Brain: Reading Comprehension. The human brain remembers negative experiences more easily than positive ones.
Our brains have developed this way because threats, like dangerous animals, had a more immediate effect on our ancestors’ survival compared to positive things like food or shelter. As a result, you likely know what makes you unhappy, but do you know what makes you happy? Research suggests that our level of happiness depends partly on factors we cannot control – our genes and our life circumstances. But our level of happiness is also shaped by the choices we make. If you’ve been chasing wealth, fame, good looks, material things, and power, you may be looking for happiness in all the wrong places.
People who form close relationships tend to be happier than those who do not. People who make a habit of caring for the wellbeing of others tend to be happier. Penelope Cruz. Penelope Cruz is a beautiful Spanish actress and Oscar winner.
She is in more than 40 films and Vicky Christina Barcelona is one of her best films. It is about two young Amercian women in Barcelona and the director is Woody Allen from New York. It is a brilliant film and is now available on DVD. She is also a trained ballet dancer and is fluent in Spanish, French, Italian and English. English-Guide.org. Giving directions. English Language Listening Library Online: Learn from over 800 activities. English Listening Exercise - Advanced Lesson 3 - Learn English Online. ELLLO Views #30 Early Bird or Night Owl. Jeannie, The United States I am definitely a night owl.
I can stay up all night and be fine but getting up early in the morning is always painful for me. with my current job, I always have to get up really early, but I still can't manage to get to bed before 1 o'clock in the morning. Jim, England I used to be a night owl when I was a student, staying up until about 4 o'clock in the morning, writing essays, drinking lots of coffee but I'm finding as I'm getting older, I can't do it. I have to go to bed, so nowadays I'm up a lot more earlier in the morning and I think I'm more productive in the morning.
Kate, New Zealand I'm more of an early morning person. Martin, The United States I function the best in the morning, so I would have to say I'm an early bird. Nitya, India Rina, Canada I am a night owl. New inventions. Presenter: Welcome to ‘Tech-Today!’
This week it’s National Science & Engineering Week, so to celebrate we asked Jed our science correspondent to give us a round-up of new inventions.Jed: Hi, yes, I’ve got some very interesting things to tell you about today, starting with a fun one. Wing-suits, those suits that look like bats and allow people to fly, or glide, at least. They’re the ultimate in cool.Presenter: But, they’re not very new, are they? Jed: Well, no, but the modern ones are better than ever and last October was the first ever world championship in China. The price is coming down, too.