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Intermediate (B1) Upper-Intermediate (B2) A video with gap filling vocabulary ex-es
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National Geographic video about Dinosaurs. Over a thousand dinosaur species once roamed the Earth. Learn which ones were the largest and the smallest, what dinosaurs ate and how they behaved, as well as surprising facts about their extinction.
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3 minutes 48 seconds
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Listening comprehension
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Advanced (C1), Intermediate (B1), Upper-intermediate (B2)
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This resource is intended for:High schoolers, Adults
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Published 26/07/2019
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1. Fill the gap.
Over millions of years Pangaeaapart causing the dinosaurs to become separated for the very first time.
2. Fill the gap.
This led the reptiles to adapt to their specificand diversify.
3. Fill the gap.
All dinosaursfrom reptiles called Archosaurs.
4. Fill the gap.
Some were small, like Compsognathus, which waslarger than a chicken.
5. Fill the gap.
Herbivores, like Hadrosaurs, evolved to have specialized teeth fortough plant material.
6. Fill the gap.
Evidence also shows thatmay have made annual visits to certain sites to lay their eggs.
7. Fill the gap.
But through theirand fossils left behind, their legacy lives on.
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