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Task Description
Listening comprehension. Unscramble sentences. Multiple choice. Gap fill. Correct the wrong word. Match.
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The Isle of Skye is an island off the coast of Scotland. The only way to get around there is by car. Its main attraction is the natural beuty.
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6 minutes 30 seconds
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Vlogs (video blogs)
Language goals
listening
Listening comprehension
Level
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Intermediate (B1), Upper-intermediate (B2)
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This resource is intended for:Adults, High schoolers
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high-school
High schoolers
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3/15/2021
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Unmix the sentence.
The
Isle
of
Skye
is
on
an
island
located
just
off
the
coast
of
Scotland.
2. Choose the correct options.
It's famous for its _____.
natural beauty
grassy slopes
rock formations
water springs
3. Choose the correct options.
Scotland is usually associated with _____ weather.
dark
wet
foggy
gloomy
4. Correct the wrong word.
Portree is the largest town on the island so this is where you're likely to start your journey.
5. Choose the correct options.
He thinks there _____ to do in Portree.
is lots
isn't much
6. Correct the wrong word.
He suggests visiting the Talisker Distillery.
7. Unmix the sentence.
As
the
only
working
distillery
on
the
island,
it
can
get
a
little
busy.
8. Match the two halves.
They show you the entire whisky
making process, from start to finish,
they show you what it takes to
make their specific brand of scotch whisky and,
as with all tours, you get a sample
afterwards so you can at least drive home drunk.
9. Fill the gap.
At the Fairy Pools you can see lots ofand lots of
10. Unmix the sentence.
There's
a
lot
of
things
that
you
have
to
consider
before
climbing
this
ancient
rock
formation.
11. Fill the gap.
Kilt Rock Falls is literallyfrom theof Storr.
12. Choose the correct options.
He's been waiting for an hour and a half to climb the Old Man of Storr.
True
False
13. Choose the correct options.
_____ weather is what you must expect in Scotland.
Unpredictable
Unchangeable
14. Choose the correct options.
He _____ of the falls standing at the fence.
could see well
couldn't see much
15. Unmix the sentence.
To
get
the
best
possible
views
of
the
Quirang,
you're
going
to
have
to
drive
up
the
hills.
16. Choose the correct options.
There's only one road that leads to the town of Uig.
True
False
17. Unmix the sentence.
It's
a
basic
fishing
town
where
you
can
pick
up
something
to
eat,
but
there's
really
nothing.
18. Correct the wrong word.
The Neist Point Lighthouse signifies that you´ve arrived at the end of the Isle of Skye.
19. Choose the correct options.
He's _____ the long drive.
upset by
satisfied with
20. Choose the correct options.
The lighthouse is rather run-down.
True
False
21. Correct the wrong word.
You can even get married here.
22. Fill the gap.
Impressive natural beauty thatyou anything toand have a look at.
23. Unmix the sentence.
If
you
do
enjoy
this
sort
of
thing,
the
Isle
of
Skye
is
worth
visits.
24. Choose the correct options.
You can enjoy traditional Scottish _____, catch a game of _____, or just drive around.
dance
music
hockey
shinty
25. Fill the gap.
You can get toof Portree and you can get tofrom there.
26. Choose the correct options.
Buses and trains don't run frequently.
True
False
27. Choose the correct options.
Food is _____.
expensive
affordable
28. Choose the correct options.
Be prepared to take outfits for all kinds of weather.
True
False
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