Elementary Podcasts: Tess & Ravi

التحدث عن الملابس، جوناثان آيف، ١٠ ثوان ،الفافازويلا، كرة قدم النساء، السفر بمترو أنفاق لندن، نكت، ...إلخ

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Language practice exercises

Task 1

Tess and Ravi 

Practise the language you heard in Tess and Ravi's introduction [00:20] .

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Task 2

Carolina 1

Practise the language you heard in the soap opera about Carolina [15:45].

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Task 3

Carolina 2

Practise the language you heard in the soap opera about Carolina [15:45].

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Task 4

Carolina 3

Practise the language you heard in the soap opera about Carolina [15:45].

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Task 5

Tom the teacher 1

Practise the language you heard in Tom the teacher’s summary [21:24].

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Task 6

Tom the teacher 2

Practise the language you heard in Tom the teacher’s summary [21:24].

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Task 7

Tom the teacher 3

Practise the language you heard in Tom the teacher’s summary [21:24].

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Task 8

Tom the teacher 4

Practise the language you heard in Tom the teacher’s summary [21:24].

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Language level

Intermediate: B1
Pre-intermediate: A2

Comments

maytam

iam abdelhak iam student in algeria i consider trade .and i love sport especilty football

I don't like watching football games at all I think it's a ridiculous game its just a bunch of men or women chasing a ball and in my opinion the people who like to watch this game are shallow and they are wasting their time.

Why don’t more people watch women’s football?
because in most countries football is considred to be a man's game.all the footbal fans are men and they are few women who like to watch football matches. people don't watch women's football because they don't really know about. and alot thinks that men are better than women in that sport.so there is no advertising for women's football.

   Think about a sports event in your country – any kind of sport. Is there anything that you think makes it different from sports event in other countries?
  I will talk aboot Football In my country 'Egypt". considering Al-ahly and zamalek the two most successful clubs in Egypt and africa. Both teams located in greater Cairo and their matches are considered to the highlight of teh gootball sesson. the strangest bad thing that happens that fans of both clubs can be violent when in anger.Numerous fights,injuries and deaths haev been reported before matters become more controlled gue to Egypt's authortarians regime. yet many fights and riots still occur after derby matches between both sets of fans leading the government to post even higher numbers of centeral security forces troops in the stadium during the derby.I wish to watch match in the stadium but i m so afraid of the chaos and violence so I'd rather prefer to watch it at home with my friends and eating pop corn and drinking pepsi.

i very liked the vuvuzela

i am nihal
i would like to meet prof. ali sultan  
Dr. Sultan is a molecular biologist and microbiologist studying the molecular pathogenesis and epidemiology of parasites and bacteria. He joined Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar while serving as an Assistant Professor at the Harvard School of Public Health. Before that, he held a position as Postdoctoral Fellow at New York University Medical Center. He obtained his medical degree from the University of Khartoum-Sudan, and he completed his Ph.D. studies in Microbial Genetics at the University of Edinburgh, UK.
i really like him and i'ld like to be like him .