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Task Description
You should watch the video carefully and fill the gaps whenever they show up with the correct missing word
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Scene summary
This video describes a water treatment process, from collecting water from the rivers to the network pipe distribution to our homes
Video length
3 minutes 21 seconds
Video genre
Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
Language goals
listening
Listening comprehension
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Upper-intermediate (B2)
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This resource is intended for:Adults
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This resource is licensed by flaviafranca88 under the iSLCollective Copyright License.
Upload date
06/04/2021
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1. Fill the gap.
this is a very basic overview of the waterprocess,
2. Fill the gap.
So we often usereservoirs to make sure there's always a supply for treatment by passing water through mesh screens.
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The air takes some odors and gas from the water and allow somemetal salts to separate to be filtered out.
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We add air by cascading the water down at our spraying it into the air, orair through it.
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… making all stick together to form what'sas flock to make this flocculation happen water.
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The floc forms itself into sludge and is separated in adesigned tank called a clarifier.
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This sludgeis called the sludge blanket to control the blanket sludge is periodically drained off concentrated and removed …
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We usegas injection as a treatment stage.
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this can work in conjunction with GAC or granular activatedtreatment,
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now the waters filtered and thoroughly cleaned it's disinfected to make sure nobacteria remain a small controlled amount of …
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… but not leastare made to the pH levels of the water during the treatment process.
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... network nearly 43,000 kilometers long, which forms aaround the region.
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