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Mr. Bean and Teddy Get Into Trouble at the Restaurant

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Task Description
Mr Bean: standard American English combined receptive and expressive language, answering questions
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Scene summary
Mr. Bean and Teddy go to a restaurant for a special occasion. While they are there Mr. Bean gets in trouble.
Video length
10 minutes 46 seconds
Video genre
Cartoons for kids & kids' videos
Language goals
listening
Listening comprehension
General topic
Other pedagogical goals
Level
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Elementary (A1)
Student type
This resource is intended for:Elementary schoolers, Special needs students
elementary-school
Elementary schoolers
special-needs
Special needs students
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This resource is licensed by Drjennie under the iSLCollective Copyright License.
Upload date
07/02/2018
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Fill the gap.
Mr. Bean is looking at himself in the
2. Choose the correct options.
Mr. Bean is taking Teddy to a ...
grocery store
gas station
hair salon
restaurant
3. Choose the correct options.
What do they want Mr. Bean to do?
To eat at the restaurant.
To move his car.
To put Teddy away.
4. Choose the correct options.
Why are people taking pictures?
There was a car accident.
The people inside the car are important.
There is a sale on cameras.
5. Choose the correct options.
Why did Mr. Bean run into the man?
He couldn't see because of all the flashes.
Someone pushed him.
He is clumsy.
6. Choose the correct options.
Who decided where Mr. Bean would sit?
Mr. Bean.
The waiter.
Teddy.
7. Choose the correct options.
Who broke the light?
Teddy.
Mr. Bean.
The waiter.
The celebrities.
8. Fill the gap.
Mr. Bean tied thearound his neck.
9. Choose the correct options.
What did Mr. Bean take out of his pocket?
A wallet.
A pair of glasses.
An envelope.
A napkin.
10. Choose the correct options.
Who is Mr. Bean pretending the present is from?
Himself.
The waiter.
Irma.
Teddy.
11. Choose the correct options.
When Mr. Bean saw the huge cake go by his table he felt
Angry.
Disappointed.
Happy.
Tired.
12. Choose the correct options.
What is on fire?
The candle.
The tablecloth.
Teddy.
Mr. Bean.
13. Choose the correct options.
How did teddy get wet?
Mr. Bean spilled water on him.
Mr. Bean dunked him in the aquarium.
Mr. Bean gave him a bath.
14. Choose the correct options.
Mr Bean thinks Teddy is ...
alive.
dead.
just a stuffed animal.
15. Choose the correct options.
How did the water get on the floor?
The waiter spilled out.
Mr. Bean did it by wringing out Teddy.
It is raining.
16. Choose the correct options.
The waiter was taken away from the restaurant in a(n) ...
fire truck.
ambulance.
police car.
hearse.
17. Choose the correct options.
Mr. Bean has to be a ...
waiter.
driver.
dancer.
singer.
18. Choose the correct options.
The man wants to eat the ...
fish.
salad.
lobster.
hamburger.
19. Choose the correct options.
Mr Bean is dressed to go ...
swimming.
dancing.
sleeping.
20. Choose the correct options.
What is the chef going to do to the lobster?
Eat it.
Cook it.
Let it go.
21. Choose the correct options.
The chef feels ...
angry.
happy.
hungry.
sad.
22. Choose the correct options.
What is the problem?
Mr. Bean is tired.
The chef quits.
The kitchen is on fire.
23. Choose the correct options.
What is on the plate?
A lobster.
A potato.
Carrots in the shape of a lobster.
Grass.
24. Choose the correct options.
Who is going to help Mr. Bean?
Teddy.
The waiter.
The lobster.
The woman.
25. Choose the correct options.
What was in Mr. Bean's pocket?
The cupcake.
The picture.
The card.
Teddy.
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