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How Deep the Ocean Really Is (Conditional 1-2 Practice)

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Task Description
A grammar practice: students will select the correct Conditional structure (Conditional I and II) in each of the 7 sentences. The sentences relate to what has been said by the narrator, but the exercises can be done solely by using one's knowledge of grammar and a little bit of common sense.
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Scene summary
A 3:30 video exploring what sort of conditions and life forms we can find at various depths in the ocean.
Video length
3 minutes 29 seconds
Video genre
Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
Language goals
grammar
Grammar practice
General topic
Grammar topic
Other pedagogical goals
Level
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Intermediate (B1)
Student type
This resource is intended for:Adults, High schoolers
adults
Adults
high-school
High schoolers
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This resource is licensed by Kisdobos under the Creative Commons Attribution License.
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25/08/2017
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Choose the correct options.
If you ... the highest point on land in the ocean, there ... a mile of ocean up to the surface.
submerged, would still be
would submerge, would still be
would submerge, was still
submerged, was still
2. Choose the correct options.
The lungs of most humans ... if you ... these people to 831 feet, the deepest depth so far that a deepdiver has ever reached.
was crushed; would take
would be crushed; took
was crushed, took
crushed; would take
3. Choose the correct options.
If a submarine ... deeper than 2400 feet, its hull ....
goes; implodes
goes; will implode
would go; will implode
would go; implodes
4. Choose the correct options.
If we ... the tallest building into the ocean, it ... to 2722 feet from the surface.
would put, would reach down
put, reached down
would put, would reach down
put, would reach down
5. Choose the correct options.
If you ... to the midnight zone in a research submarine, you ... a lot of creatures that are blind.
would go; would encounter
went; would encounter
went; encountered
would go; encountered
6. Choose the correct options.
If you ... the Mount Everest into the Mariana trench, its summit ... to 29,029 feet.
tipped; reached down
would tip; reached down
tipped; would reach down
would tip; would reach down
7. Choose the correct options.
If we ... the oceans, we ... thousands of new species.
continued to research; will probably discover
continue to research; would probably discover
continued to research; would probably discover
continue to research; will probably discover
Vocabulary list
submerge v.
1. to go underwater, 2. to make something go underwater
crush v.
to press or squeeze (something) so hard that it breaks or loses its shape
submarine n.
a ship that can operate underwater
implode v.
to collapse inward in a very sudden and violent way
mammal n.
a type of animal that feeds milk to its young
tip v.
to turn or move something so that it is not straight or level :
trench n.
a long, narrow hole in the ocean floor
summit n.
the peak of a mountain
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