I will read each question. Then, please answer them.
- Do you listen to podcasts?
- Do you listen to a particular radio/online program?
I will read the words, meanings, and sample sentences. Then, repeat after me.
- vegetarian /vej-i-TAIR-ee-uhn/
- presentation /prez-uhn-TEY-shuhn/
- lottery /LOT-uh-ree /
- go on /goh on/
- quality /KWOL-i-tee/
[noun] – a person who does not eat meat for health or religious reasons or because they want to avoid being cruel to animals
It’s a good thing you’re not a vegetarian.
[noun] – a talk giving information about something
The speaker provided a fascinating presentation about urban transportation.
[noun] – a game, often organized by the state or a charity in order to make money, in which tickets with numbers are sold to people who then have a chance of winning a prize if their number is chosen
Did Chris inform you that he had won some money in the lottery?
[phrasal verb] – to continue
Please go on with your project and do not allow us to interrupt you.
[noun] – how good or bad something is
The food was really bad in quality.
Please read the whole article. Then, I will check your pronunciation and intonation.
Children from Bristol’s inner city have started a podcast about climate change in which they discuss their thoughts, feelings, visions, and dreams. Easton’s Felix Road Adventure Playground’s kids aged five to thirteen created the Freedom Kids Podcast. Eastside Community Trust created each episode that focuses on a different topic such as air quality and food. Children addressed their concerns about burning fossil fuels, the effects of people throwing plastic into bodies of water, and why some of them were vegetarians in a five-minute presentation. It is financed by the National Lottery’s Climate Action Fund and is part of Eastside Community Trust’s Community Climate Action initiative. The lottery fund is a £100 million pot that will be distributed over ten years to help communities throughout the UK combat climate change. The manager of Felix Road Adventure Playground said: “They will go on to talk about all the things that you know matter to them. We think it’s a great example of children’s voice and influence.”
True or False:
Read the sentences and identify if they are true or false based on the article.
- Children from Bristol’s inner city have started a podcast about climate change.
- Each episode focuses on a different topic such as air quality and food,
- The podcast is financed by the National Lottery’s Climate Action Fund.
- The lottery fund is a £100 million pot.
- The fund will be distributed over ten years to help communities throughout the UK combat climate change.
Fill in the blanks:
Choose the correct word from the table then fill in the blanks.
- Their goods are of excellent _________.
- We just cannot _________ living like this; we will need to find a larger home.
- She’s been a _________ for ten years now.
- He did a __________ about climate change.
- I’ll never win the _________.