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All About Elephants - Comparatives and Modals

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In this video we're going to learn about elephants and review adjectives and modal verbs, as wells as comparatives and superlatives.
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In this short documentary we learn about the elephants diet, height and weight, physical features as well as their great intelligence and memory.
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4 minutes 59 seconds
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Grammar practice
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Intermediate (B1)
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This resource is intended for:High schoolers
High schoolers
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1. Fill the gap.
youalready know that elephants are large and majestic.
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But the extent of their size and intelligencesurprise.
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you elephants are theliving land animal on average African.
4. Fill the gap.
Theelephant in recorded history.
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However was 13 feet tall , andabout 24,000 pounds to sustain this massive size.
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An adult elephant has to consume anup to 50 gallons of water,
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However, ends up restricting their movement while theywalk and swim.
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Elephants are one of the few mammals thatn't jump.
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elephants arecreatures.
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Theother animals capable of doing this are humans great apes, dolphins.
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elephantsremember locations of water sources along their migration routes.
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And upper lipbe heavy and powerful.
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Theyintertwine their trunks or touch.
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Elephant tusks are essentiallyteeth.
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Thedifference is that elephant dentine has a diamond pattern that makes it super strong and gives it luster young elephants,
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They fall out after about a year and are replaced with a permanentthat can grow 6 feet long and weigh 50 pounds.
17. Choose the correct options.
Which elephants are endangered?
Both of them
None of them
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elephants are listed asin some countries in southern Africa are even experiencing anof African.
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The species habitat once stretched across Asia from Syria toChina.
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But today they only exist inpockets between India and Indonesia habitat fragmentation,
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… presencepeacefully.
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