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Task Description
Watch the video and learn new vocabulary. Fill the sentences with appropriate words.
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Scene summary
Young people from different countries talk about their lives during the COVID-19 lock-out
Video length
14 minutes 38 seconds
Video genre
Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
Language goals
Listening comprehension
General topic
Grammar topic
Other pedagogical goals
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1)
Student type
This resource is intended for:High schoolers
High schoolers
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1. Fill the gap.
In Italy people can go out only to the
2. Fill the gap.
In Singapore people are a lot more aware of things like
3. Fill the gap.
Kayla has been working from home forweeks.
4. Fill the gap.
In Germany people are distancing themselves from other people, by almost staying inside thetime.
5. Fill the gap.
In Spain there is police and militarythe streets to make sure nobody is outside unless it's strictly needed.
6. Fill the gap.
A lot of thehave been closed or are being heavily
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Singapore is verybut I think the government has been doing a fairly good job with containing it.
8. Fill the gap.
In Italy there is no one around and streets are
9. Fill the gap.
In Hong Kong people are veryof the consequences of this virus.
10. Fill the gap.
Joel has been advised to stay indoors forweeks.
11. Fill the gap.
Yuko feels worried that what if there's aofof infections in a few weeks, again.
12. Fill the gap.
Matilde feels uncertainty of what's going to happen in the future ,it makes her feel moreand
13. Fill the gap.
Joel panics if he has a commonand he's got anose.
14. Fill the gap.
Joel gets
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But now it's been proven that it's, not like a
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In times like these it's best to remain
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But most sporting events, either gotorwhich is fine.
18. Fill the gap.
Yuko carries around handwashes her hands and
19. Fill the gap.
The mainJoel has been taking is social distancing.
20. Fill the gap.
Matilde makes sure to wash her handsand tothe products that she buys.
21. Fill the gap.
In theor playing table tennis with my brothers,.
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Nathan is a bit of a
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Pedro was working as an engineerin an airplane manufacturer.
24. Fill the gap.
She's trying toher routines as much as possible because she knows that this is really good for herhealth.
25. Fill the gap.
Always wanted toon her Chinese .
26. Fill the gap.
Pedro willwith his friends.
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- Move, your body because I think if you can stay active, you will stayfor a longer period of time.
28. Fill the gap.
is capable of overcoming a lot of things.
Discussion questions
1. What advice do you have for people worried about COVID-19?
2. How has COVID-19 changed your life?
Vocabulary list
WORD: знать DEFINITON: knowing that something (such as a situation, condition, or problem) exists
WORD: набег DEFINITON: a surprise attack on an enemy by soldiers or other military forces
WORD: все DEFINITON: complete or full : not lacking or leaving out any part
densely populated
WORD: густонаселенный DEFINITON: crowded with people
WORD: последствия DEFINITON: something that happens as a result of a particular action or set of conditions
WORD: тревожный DEFINITON: afraid or nervous especially about what may happen : feeling anxiety
WORD: грипп DEFINITON: a common disease that is caused by a virus and that causes fever, weakness, body aches, and breathing problems
WORD: отложено DEFINITON: to decide that something which had been planned for a particular time will be done at a later time instead
WORD: отменен DEFINITON: to stop doing or planning to do (something) : to decide that something (such as a game, performance, etc.) will not happen
WORD: полоскать горло DEFINITON: to clean your throat and mouth with a liquid that you move around in your throat and then spit out
WORD: должным образом DEFINITON: in a way that is acceptable or suitable
WORD: бегущая дорожка DEFINITON: an exercise machine which has a large belt that moves around while a person walks or runs on it
WORD: отшельник DEFINITON: a person who lives in a simple way apart from others especially for religious reasons
WORD: поддерживать DEFINITON: to keep (something) in good condition by making repairs, correcting problems, etc.
brush up
WORD: освежить DEFINITON: to improve your skill at (something) or increase your knowledge of (something)
hang out
WORD: тусоваться DEFINITON: spend a lot of time
WORD: в своем уме DEFINITON: having a healthy mind : able to think normally
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