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Task Description
Gap-fill with present continuous verbs to describe how Mr. Bean is making a sandwich.
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Scene summary
Mr. Bean is making a sandwich, using non-conventional items. He has all the ingredients in his pockets.
Video length
6 minutes 12 seconds
Video genre
Comedy talk shows & comedy skits
Language goals
Grammar practice
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.
Mr. Bean is hungry. Hethe man eat a sandwich.
2. Fill the gap.
Heout a loaf of bread from his coat pocket.
3. Fill the gap.
Hethe bread with scissors.
4. Fill the gap.
Hethe crust in the garbage.
5. Fill the gap.
Hetwo more slices of bread.
6. Fill the gap.
Hebutter on the bread with a credit card.
7. Fill the gap.
Hethe lettuce in the water fountain.
8. Fill the gap.
Mr. Beanhis shoe and his sock.
9. Fill the gap.
Hethe lettuce with his sock. Yuck!
10. Fill the gap.
Hehis sock on the bench to dry.
11. Fill the gap.
Hesardines out of a jar and hethem on his bread.
12. Fill the gap.
Hethe bench with a handkerchief.
13. Fill the gap.
Hethe handkerchief.
14. Fill the gap.
Then, hethe peppercorns with his shoe.
15. Fill the gap.
Hehis sandwich with the crushed pepper.
16. Fill the gap.
After that, hetea with a tea bag and a hot water bottle.
17. Fill the gap.
Hemilk into the hot water bottle.
18. Fill the gap.
After that, as hehis sandwich falls to the ground.
19. Fill the gap.
In the end, the manhis half sandwich to Mr. Bean.
Vocabulary list
to season
to add flavor to food with spices or herbs
to crush
to break into little pieces using force and pressure
to offer
to make available; to give
to spit
to send drink, food, or saliva from your mouth
the seed of the pepper plant, used for spice
a leaf vegetable used in sandwiches and salads
a small fish, used in sandwiches or other recipes
a tool used for cutting
water fountain
a place where you can drink water
a piece of cotton cloth used for blowing your nose
to spread
to cover with a layer of something soft
to pull out
to take something out of a place
to toss
to throw something gently
to watch
to look at someone or something with interest
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