2015-06-01 VOL:2
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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

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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

Forensics finally released this.

What is it?

Personal effects they recovered from Skyfall.

You've got a secret. Something you can't tell anyone. Because you don't trust anyone.

I always knew death would wear a familiar face. But not yours.

I was at a meeting recently, and your name came up.

I'm flattered London is still talking about me.

It wasn't MI6.

You are a kite dancing in a hurricane, Mr Bond.

Welcome James. It has been a long time.

And finally, here we are.


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.

call back

To return a phone call

Could please call back in ten minutes?

call off

To cancel

The game was called off because of bad weather.

calm down

To become more relaxed, less angry or upset

It took Kylie several hours to calm down after she saw the accident.

carry on

To continue

The soldiers carried on walking in order to get to their post before dark.

carry out

1.     To do something as specified (a plan, an order, a threat)

2.     To perform or conduct (test, experiment)

1.     His orders were carried out to the letter.

2.     That company does not carry out tests on animals.

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