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Task Description
Understanding the difference between past simple and past continuous verbs and implementing them correctly in context.
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Scene summary
The story is about a young girl who is fascinated by airplanes and dreams of becoming an airplane designer. However, her tiny airplane models always crash. She doesn't give up and while she is again testing her model plane one day in the garden, a tiny pilot and his fantastical flying machine drop out of the sky. She helps him fix his airplane so that he can continue his journey with his friends.
Video length
6 minutes 15 seconds
Video genre
Cartoons for kids & kids' videos
Language goals
grammar
Grammar practice
Level
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Pre-intermediate (A2)
Student type
This resource is intended for:Elementary schoolers
elementary-school
Elementary schoolers
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Upload date
3/6/2021
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Fill the gap.
A little toy plane(fly) in the air when suddenly it(crash).
2. Fill the gap.
Marla(sit) down and(look) at the drawing.
3. Fill the gap.
While she(sit) at the table a bag(fall) on her head.
4. Fill the gap.
A tiny plane(crash) onto the table.
5. Fill the gap.
When the tiny pilot(see) Marla he(get) scared.
6. Fill the gap.
When the tiny pilot(try) to fix the plane, the wings(break) off.
7. Fill the gap.
When they(look) up, lots of tiny airplanes(fly) in the sky.
8. Fill the gap.
The tiny pilot(fall) down and(pick) up the big pencil.
9. Fill the gap.
Marla(pull) the string but the wheel of the airplane(fall) off.
10. Fill the gap.
While the other planes(fly) into the sky the girl and the tiny pilot(feel) disappointed.
11. Fill the gap.
While Marla(sit) on the ground, the wind(blow) her drawing into her arms.
12. Fill the gap.
The final plan(work), and finally, the tiny pilot(soar) in the sky.
13. Fill the gap.
The tiny pilot(open) the bag and(take) out a shiny star.
14. Fill the gap.
When Marla(gaze) up all the stars(shine) beautifully in the sky.
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