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Exercise 1: Listening exercise

1. Listen to the audio file and see how much you understand.

2. Check your understanding by going to the article to read the transcript.

3. Listen again a few times to build the ability to recognize the words.

UnnaGroup Education Listening exercise

Download and Listen

Read the Article

 

Exercise 2: Movie trailer

1. Watch the entire trailer and see how much you could understand and follow.

2. Now, try to listen to every detail in the trailer. Take your time, do it piece by piece, and write down what you think you hear.

3. Compare what you have written down with the correct text, and take note of any mistakes or new words.

4. Listen to the same section again to make sure that now you have the correct understanding.

5. After you got the whole trailer done, listen to it a few times during the week to strengthen the understanding and build the experience to understand the trailer.

Unna Movie Trailer exercise

Correct Text

Hi Grandma; Grandpa, it's me, Pete.

Where have you been for the last 20 years?

Tell us what you've been doing.

A little bit of this a little bit of that.

We make money by knowing who we can't trust and who we can trust.

You're a con man.

I'm a confidence man.

I make people feel confident then they give me their money.

You stole from me.

I can't have that.

You think you're going to talk your way out of this one? You talk to your way into this

one.

I'm a very reasonable man.

I'm trying to help you.

When a liar is caught in a lie, they build a bigger lie.

We need to be in control of this situation.

We need to control him.

If I don't get these out of here tonight, there is a fox who will.

Taking claim of what is not his.

Coming into our house.

We can't have that, can we?

You get 7 days to get me my money.

Hey, I know you.

Where do I know you from?

You know I get mistaken for people a lot. I guess I just have a common face.

 

Exercise 3: Vocabulary exercise

1. Check out the vocabulary of the week.

2. Try to remember how the meaning can be different when it pairs with different verbal phrases.

look after

To take care of

Andy can you look after your sister until I get back?

look down on

To consider as inferior

She’s such a snob. She always looks down on anyone who is poor.

look on

To be a spectator at an event

If you don’t want to take part in the game you can look on for now.

look for

To try to find something

Harry went to the shop to look for a new computer.

look forward to

To await or anticipate with pleasure

I’m looking forward to my birthday. It’s in two days time.

look up to

To admire

I always looked up to my father. He was a great man.

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