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Task Description
Understanding the speaker, infering the meanings and the situations presented in the video.
Video details
Scene summary
Review vocabulary and understanding situations. Students to know when to use this kind of speech, njot in every context.
Video length
12 minutes 47 seconds
Video genre
Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
Language goals
listening
Listening comprehension
Other pedagogical goals
Level
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Pre-intermediate (A2)
Student type
This resource is intended for:Adults
adults
Adults
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Upload date
20/11/2021
Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Fill the gap.
Today's lesson is atricky.
2. Choose the correct options.
The main point of the lesson is .....
How to cook lasagna
How native speakers read
How to understand native speakers
3. Fill the gap.
what dothat for?
4. Unmix the sentence.
Native
Speaker
Pronunciation
5. Choose the correct options.
When Adam is with his friends, he is ......
Speaks good English
Speaks Chinese
Speaks like his friends
6. Choose the correct options.
Adam speaks in this lesson to .....
his friends
his family
to an audience
7. Choose the correct options.
Consonant clusters make speaking....
slower
faster
emotional
8. Choose the correct options.
Consonant clusters drop vowels.
False
True
9. Choose the correct options.
Which line has the dropped sounds?
probably, goodbye, old friends
listen, plumber, clumb
10. Unmix the sentence.
"I
barely
even
say
the
oos."
11. Unmix the sentence.
"Too
many
consonants,
I
don't
need
so
many."
12. Choose the correct options.
Select the correct pronunciation - I sent it (the report) to the wrong place....ohh you ....
/shunda done tat/
/shunda done that/
/shund don that/
13. Choose the correct options.
"/shonda done that/" means....
shoudl have doine that
shouldn't have done that
should't have done that
14. Unmix the sentence.
We
just
don't
bother
with
the
's'.
15. Correct the wrong word.
"He don't got that"
16. Choose the correct options.
"I ain't got nothing" is....
bad English
good English
17. Choose the correct options.
The letter that has a soft sound, and gets dropped or lost when speaking is ...
b
p
h
t
18. Fill the gap.
"Sometimes weinitial vowel,...."
19. Fill the gap.
"This isstreet language ...."
20. Choose the correct options.
"If you are going to a interview, you should speak ......."
Shortening as many letters as you can.
Speaking clearly, stress words where required
21. Choose the correct options.
Enunciate means ...
stress every syllable
stress all vowels
speak fast
22. Fill the gap.
colleagues, bosses, parents;good, clean, strong English.
23. Unmix the sentence.
"What
they
should
be
saying
in
this
situation."
24. Unmix the sentence.
"Listen
to
TV
shows
and
movies
with
transcripts
or
subtitles."
25. Guess the end.
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