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Task Description
The students are going to improve their basic listening skills and revise comparatives and superlatives of adjectives.
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This video gives us a short history of a sandwich. You'll realize that no matter how much it's changed throughout history it remains a very popular snack to this very day.
Video length
4 minutes 19 seconds
Video genre
Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
Language goals
listening
Listening comprehension
General topic
Other pedagogical goals
Level
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Intermediate (B1)
Student type
This resource is intended for:Elementary schoolers
elementary-school
Elementary schoolers
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Upload date
08/07/2018
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Unmix the sentence.
The
word
sandwich
probably
comes
from
John
Monteque,
the
4th
Earl
of
Sandwich.
2. Fill the gap.
He waswho lived in the 18th century.
3. Unmix the sentence.
He
loved
playing
cards
and
he
didn't
want
to
stop
playing
to
eat.
4. Fill the gap.
With a sandwichat the same time.
5. Choose the correct options.
Today many other languages including ... use the word sandwich.
Russian and French
French and Italian
French and Spanish
6. Unmix the sentence.
But
the
sandwich
did
not
become
popular
because
of
John
Monteque.
7. Fill the gap.
In fact the sandwichin the 19th century.
8. Unmix the sentence.
People
began
to
work
longer
hours
and
needed
something
practical
to
take
to
work.
9. Choose the correct options.
Today a sandwich is the most popular ... in the world.
food
treat
snack
10. Fill the gap.
Youanything in a sandwich.
11. Choose the correct options.
British people eat the ... sandwiches in the world.
least
more
less
most
12. Unmix the sentence.
Every
year
we
buy
approximately
2
billion
sandwiches.
13. Choose the correct options.
This is Mortons shop ... Oxford.
at
in
near
14. Choose the correct options.
There are ... Mortons shops in Oxford.
3
4
5
15. Unmix the sentence.
Here
you
can
buy
drinks,
snacks,
crisps
and
sandwiches.
16. Choose the correct options.
Most people in the UK buy sandwiches ... lunchtime.
in
on
at
for
17. Choose the correct options.
Especially when they're ... work.
on
at
in
with
18. Fill the gap.
Sandwiches areto eat than a full meal.
19. Choose the correct options.
But they can still be ... and filling.
light
tasty
healthy
20. Unmix the sentence.
Mortons
are
always
thinking
of
ways
to
make
their
sandwiches
tastier
21. Fill the gap.
They havesandwiches.
22. Fill the gap.
But they havesandwiches.
23. Choose the correct options.
How many sandwiches do you ... a day?
spend
eat
sell
buy
24. Unmix the sentence.
It
depends
which
day
of
the
week
it
is,
what
time
of
year
it
is.
25. Choose the correct options.
We sell approximately ... sandwiches a day.
100
10,000
1,000
26. Unmix the sentence.
How
much
do
people
spend
on
their
lunch?
27. Unmix the sentence.
I
guess
on
average
it
would
be
between
4
or
5
pounds.
28. Choose the correct options.
... sandwiches are the most popular?
How many
Which
What
29. Fill the gap.
are in general the most popular.
30. Unmix the sentence.
Also
mozzarella
which
we
combine
with
our
own
basil
mayonnaise.
31. Unmix the sentence.
What's
your
favourite
sandwich?
32. Choose the correct options.
It's a .... sandwich.
sheep cheese
goat cheese
French cheese
33. Unmix the sentence.
A
sandwich
has
changed
a
lot
since
John
Monteque's
times.
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