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- What can you say about the viral video “Baby Shark”?
- How often do you use YouTube?
- widely /WAHYD-lee/
- release /ri-LEES/
- label /LEY-buhl/
- aim /eim/
- opposite /OP-uh-zit/
[adverb] – including a lot of different places, people, subjects, etc.
The couple both travelled widely.
[verb] – to make a product, for example a book, available for the public to buy, often with a celebration; launch
The new edition of the dictionary will be released by the education minister later this month.
[noun] – a company that produces goods for sale, the goods themselves, or the company’s name or symbol
The band signed with a new record label.
[verb] – to intend
Their team aims to finish at least 50% of the task tomorrow.
[adjective] – completely different
The twins may look identical, but they are completely opposite to one another.
Pinkfong has released several songs under their label but Baby Shark is their most popular. When the #BabySharkChallenge took the internet by storm 2 years ago, the company’s marketing manager, Jamie Oh, said in an interview that nursery rhymes are supposed to be slow and something that helps children fall asleep but Baby Shark is a complete opposite. Oh mentioned that they aim to make it the next classic for kids music much like the song “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”. Its success pushed the company to release various consumer products including dolls, toys, apparels, books, and household products.
- How many views does Pinkfong’s version of Baby Shark have?
- What is the name of the company behind its success?
- What was the previous #1 most viewed YouTube video?
- Who is the marketing director of Pinkfong?
- What does the company aspire for the global hit, “Baby Shark”?
- Have you tried the #BabySharkChallenge before? What can you say about it?
- In your opinion, why did Pinkfong’s version of Baby Shark become a hit?
- In your opinion, why do people enjoy viral videos and challenges?
- How should parents monitor children’s usage of the internet?
- What is the most recent viral video in your country? What is your opinion about it?