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The Last Knit - Short Film (Connectors)

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Task Description
Students watch the short film "The Last Knit" and revise the meaning and use of the conjunctions and, but, so, because and although.
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A woman obsessed with knitting starts making a scarf on the edge of a precipice (a plateau in the middle of nothing) and faces some problems.
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6 minutes 45 seconds
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Short films
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Grammar practice
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Grammar topic
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Pre-intermediate (A2)
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This resource is intended for:Adults
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Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Fill the gap.
One morning, a woman walked to the edge of a precipice, sat on a chairstarted knitting a scarf.
2. Fill the gap.
When the scarf reached the edge of the precipice, the woman pushed it.the scarf started going downwards.
3. Fill the gap.
she had almost no wool, she continued knitting.
4. Fill the gap.
She started using her hairshe didn't have any more wool.
5. Fill the gap.
Soon, she ran out of hair, fell offstarted heading for the precipice.
6. Fill the gap.
she tried hard to reach the scissors, she didn't succeedfell off the plateau.
7. Fill the gap.
She realised she was obsessed with knittingshe threw the needles down the precipice.
8. Fill the gap.
Now she was bored. She wanted to do somethingshe didn't know what.
9. Fill the gap.
she looked at her scissorsstarted to look for something to cut.
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