Sounds English. Get Up, Stand Up Lyrics - Bob Marley. Phrasal Verbs with The Beatles. Phrasal Verbs In The Beatles, An Audio Crossword. Click to enlarge.
That’s right. This crossword has audio clues. There is one mp3 file for “Across” clues, and one for “Down” clues. Your task, when listening to the very short clips from Beatles tunes, is to isolate and identify the particle verbs (otherwise known as phrasal verbs). These are multi-word verbs such as “let down”, “take your time”, and “find out.” So for the verb “let down” you will write “DONTLETMEDOWN” – no spaces, no apostrophes. There are also written clues (see the Beatles Phrasal Verb Audio Handout below). If you want to do the crossword online, by yourself, just click on this link: Beatles Audio Crossword Online.
If you want to do this activity in the classroom, you can use either of these worksheets. If your class is advanced, with experience in particle verbs, you may let them try using the audio alone. I’ve add answers here too. Upendran - Teaching Phrasal Verbs Using Songs. The Internet TESL Journal Subrahmanian Upendranutwo [at] tatanova.comCentral Institute of English and Foreign Languages (Hyderabad, India) Introduction Many songs can be successfully employed to provide meaningful contexts for learning phrasal verbs.
This will be illustrated through the use of the first four lines of the song "Another Day in Paradise" by Phil Collins. Procedure Students were provided with incomplete lyrics. The students were given incomplete lyrics of the song "Another Day in Paradise" by Phil Collins and were instructed to familiarize themselves with it by going through it silently. Phrasal Verbs and the Imperative: Song Lyrics and Sound Clip. Learning English phrasal verbs with Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know” Phrasal Verb Demon. Complete guide to phrasal verbs. Games, Practice, Dictionary, Teacher Zone, corpus and more. Learn the logic behind the particles.
Songs with Phrasal Verbs! Sing Along With It!: phrasal verbs. How could I resist to dealing with the Olympic Games just around the corner?
So that's the reason why today we are going to listen to Muse's anthem, "Survival". Written by Matthew Bellamy as official song for the London 2012 Olympics, it is going to reach your ears quickly, as it will be broadcast every time the athletes enter the stadium before the medal ceremonies and while the international journalists will be reporting the sport events (Wikipedia explains it very well). In my opinion this song is simply gorgeous: the more you will listen to it, the more you will love it! Level: beginner Grammar focus on: phrasal verbs, idiomatic expressionsActivity: fill-in-the gap (pool of items provided) Survival Lyrics taken from: Video: "Survival" was premiered last 27th June on BBC Radio 1 followed by Zane Lowe's interview to Muse available at Linguistic aspects: to start with, a race is a competition. You pull someone ahead when you do something well or better than him/her.
English Without End: PHRASAL VERBS IN SONGS. Phrasal Verbs in Songs - Group 4. Phrasal Verbs in Songs - Group 17. Phrasal Verbs in Songs - Group 3. Phrasal Verbs in Songs - Group 2. Phrasal Verbs in Songs - Group 1.