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This is a short story with some key vocabulary from Wonders G4 Week 2. Use it to build up your vocabulary and listening skills. I am not aware of a better way to accompany the podcast with a quiz, so I'll leave it here. Fill in the blanks with the following key words: a) affect, b) effected, c) accountable, d) responsible, e) advised, f) advice, g) desperately, h) desperate, i) hesitated, j) humiliated, k) embarrassed, l) inspiration, m) self-esteem, n) uncomfortably, o) uncomfortable 1. The bad weather may _____ our picnic plans tomorrow. 2. Jennie was a little shy so she _____ to ask her teacher questions. 3. If anything goes wrong in the kitchen you will be ____ for it. 4. My greatest ____ in music as a child was Mozart. 5. James was ____ when he stumbled over his untied shoe lace and his classmates laughed at him. 6. The town mayor ____ the construction of a new playground. 7. His phone rang in the cinema. He looked around ____. 8. This chair is so ____. I can't even sit in it. 9. The lost boy was ____ calling for his mum. 10. He was so angry that he said some things he never meant and _____ his friend. 11. Sam's mum let him watch over the sheep as he was the most ____ child in the family. 12. Her grandmother _____ her not to overthink things and to simply take action. 13. She never listens to the ____ her parents give her. 14. All of her friends thought her make-up was bad and as a result her ____ suffered. 15. Sam was ____ when he got his test result. He never thought it would be so bad. Answer key (look if you must): 1a,2i,3c,4l,5k,6b,7n,8o,9g,10j,11d,12e,13f,14m,15h
Wonders G4 Week 2 Vocabulary
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The №1 killer of any language fluency and personal success in a job interview or IELTS speaking. If you want to succeed in your IELTS speaking performance - having more ideas to bring to the table or if you are a job interview performer - sound more natural and stay on the point without being stuck - you want to listen to this potentially life changing podcast. What might it be, you are wondering? What is the topic? It's quite simple, and we are all told this by language tutors: confidence... We are told "we all need to become confident."  Is this right? Self-confidence is game changer! Since I am a second language learner, which means I am going through the same steps as my students do, and I can understand them quite well but if I was told to become confident when learning a language - it would seem quite vague, would it be the same for you? Teachers tell us to be confident, but how can we be?! How do I be confident?  What is confidence? What is it made of? These questions are never answered because the 'confidence field' is too vague and broad, and sadly, it's overlooked as the main, foundational ingredient for someone's change! Listen to the podcast; within it, you'll find a massive bonus that will amplify your learning and can inspire you to sel-find ideas you've never dreamed of. Give it a shot; you might like it. better and Better.. Anatoly
The №1 killer of any language fluency & personal success!
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International Tea Day is observed every year on May 21st and it aims to raise awareness of the long history and deep cultural and economic significance of Tea around the world. The idea is to promote and to somehow Implement activities in favour of promoting everything related to tea. International Tea Day has been celebrated for quite some time. It started off on December 15th in countries like India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Vietnam, Indonesia and others across Africa such as Malaysia and Tanzania. The idea is to draw global attention to tea and to the global tea trade. It has also been linked to wanting more support to keep the cost of tea down. In 2015, the Indian Government proposed expanding the observance of International Tea today by having some kind of intergovernmental group to discuss tea. They created something which led to big efforts to support the world's tea economy and in 2015, they had a big meeting in Milan to discuss the idea of an international Tea Day. It then went to the United Nations. And that's how We managed to get International Tea Day on the 21st of May. Here's some very interesting facts about tea here in the UK: The average British person drinks 876 cups of tea every single year. So, that's well over two cups a day if my calculations are right. And, apparently, for centuries, it was used only as a medicine. Tea was first introduced to Britain almost 400 years ago and was described, described as a Chinese drink because it first came from China. A cup of tea has become native to British culture. It's the number one choice for British people and herbal teas are also very popular these days.
International Tea Day (with transcript)
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