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Green is GREAT - Part 1

You might not think of Britain as a tropical country, but at the Eden Project they have their very own rainforest! Richard learns about the centre's cutting-edge work in research and education, and pretends to be a bat for one of the world's rarest plants.

Task 1

Select the true sentences.

Exercise

Task 2

Use no more than three words and/or a number to complete the sentences about the Eden Project.

Exercise

Task 3

Order the words to make sentences from the video.

Exercise

Task 4

Complete the sentences using the right 'green' word.

Exercise

Discussion

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Language level

Advanced: C1
Upper intermediate: B2

Comments

Hello william49,

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Peter

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I have visited a similar garden in Shanghai, China a few months ago. However, I think the Eden Project may  set  a  better example for us. I hope I can visit the garden in the future. I really love all these cute plants.

please help me, i don't understand English language. 

Hello Rais Aziz Hakim,

We'll be happy to help you - that's what the site is for, after all!  However, we need to know how to help you, and your question is very general.  Is there anything specific that we can help you with?  For example, perhaps there is some part of the language that you want to practise, or something particular that you don't understand and would like us to explain for you, or perhaps there are certain topics that you'd like to learn about.  Please let us know and we'll be happy to try to help you.

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Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

When I read the text, I understand everything and I can do all tasks correctly. While I listen the text I understand almost nothing and can`t do exercises.

Hello Arzu Islam,

If you can understand the text when reading the transcript then clearly the problem is not your language level in terms of grammar, vocabulary and so on.  Rather, it is a question of getting used to hearing natural spoken English, and that requires time and practice.  You can use the transcript to help you - please don't feel that this is some kind of cheating!  Use transcripts and you will get used to the speed and the pronunciation of the speakers.  After you have finished the activities, listen again and try speaking with the recording.  Then try listening again without the transcript.  These are all methods of bridging the gap between reading and listening and it does take time - be patient, work at it in the way I have suggested above and you will make progress.

Good luck!

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Very interesting subject. 

i am very delighted for the courses that i have listened it's interesting and important . all my thank to the team of British council .

I like this video very much and the project too. I hope we have such projects here in my country. I'm really interested in learning English language. I run into a problem which is "I forgot my pass word to log in this site". I tried to reset my pass word but I failed. I need your help.

Hi Tota Hattota,

Thanks for your kind feedback.

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