Here is the audio for the listening exercise ‘in fact’.
Yes, I know. Graphs and charts are tough and boring, but we’ve already dealt with the worst part of it all. All you have to do now is revise what we’ve done and do some practice.
I leave a video here which I think you might find useful, followed by a listening exercise. And finally the writing exercise I’ve copied from your textbook.
Listening exercise about misleading graphs
And finally you have to analyse the line graph below and do ONE of these tasks:
- writing: write a survey report (around 200 words)
- written mediation: include the analysis in an email to a friend in Nepal so that he can use it in his research for his PhD (no more than 110 words)
Click on the links below for the explanation and extra practice.
- Clauses of purpose: explanation
- Clauses of purpose: exercise 1
- Clauses of contrast and purpose: exercise 2
- Clauses of contrast and purpose: exercise 3
- Clauses of result: explanation + exercise
- So and such: explanation
- So and such: exercises
- Difference too/enough
- Too/enough: exercise 1
- Too/enough: exercise 2
- Too/enough: exercise 3
Watch the video to learn some vocabulary about crime and criminals.
Do the exercise below: read the description, think about the name of the crime and turn the card round to see whether you were right in your guesses.
Do the quizz below based on the article about the Taar Bal. Then, do the exercises on pages 62 and 63 in the student’s book . Finally, write a review of a festival or celebration you enjoy or you are familiar with, follow the instructions in exercise 7b on page 63 in the student’s book. Deadline: Monday 22nd/Tuesday 23rd March.
Click on the picture to have access to the quiz.