I will read each question. Then, please answer them.
Do you like traveling?
Where would you like to travel?
I will read the words, meanings, and sample sentences. Then, repeat after me.
[noun] – a line that has been agreed to divide one country from another The train travels across the French-Spanish border.
[verb] – to give permission for someone to do something, or to not prevent something from happening You’re not allowed to talk during the exam.
[verb] – to need something or make something necessary Skiing at 80 mph requires complete attention.
[noun] – a way of considering or doing something We need to take a fresh approach to this problem because our research so far hasn’t given any solutions.
[verb] – to succeed in doing or dealing with something, especially something difficult I just managed to finish my task on time.
Please read the whole article. Then, I will check your pronunciation and intonation.
New Zealand’s government has revealed plans to reopen the country’s borders and allow foreign visitors to come next year. Visitors who have been fully vaccinated can enter on April 30 and will be required to self-isolate for seven days after arriving. Beginning early next year, more New Zealanders will be allowed to return home under the same conditions. Since the Covid epidemic, when borders were slammed shut, a large number of citizens and visitors have been denied entry to the nation. The projected staged reopening, according to Chris Hipkins, Covid-19 Response Minister, is “the safest approach to ensure risk is carefully managed“. Fully vaccinated New Zealand citizens and residents who are currently in Australia will be permitted to return from January 16 onward in the first phase of the re-opening. New Zealanders who are currently live in another country will be able to enter on February 13. After April 30, foreign visitors will be the final group allowed to enter the nation. All guests must be fully vaccinated, self-isolated for seven days, and have their Covid levels checked when they arrive.
True or False:
Read the sentences and identify if they are true or false based on the article.
New Zealand’s government has revealed plans to reopen the country’s borders.
Visitors who have been fully vaccinated can enter on April 30.
Chris Hipkins is the Covid-19 Response Minister.
Foreign visitors will be the final group allowed to enter the country.
All guests must be fully vaccinated.
Fill in the blanks:
Choose the correct word from the table then fill in the blanks.
A small dog had somehow __________ to survive the fire.
Even great musicians __________ constant practice.
He drove us right up to the Russian __________.
His parents will not __________ him to stay out late.