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samedi 21 mars 2020

UNIT X: LISTENING






Listening Script: What is the biggest problem you’ve ever had while travelling?

 
Tommy:


One time, we went to the country. Well, when we were on the road, my sister threw up! Then dad told her to stick her head out of the window and she tried throwing up out there! Her throw-up flew back into the car and hit her face. Then, my other sister threw, too. I felt disgusted. Mom gave us some medicine and we started feeling better.



 
Olivia:
I’ve had so many bad vacations it’s hard to count! I remember one time we went to the seaside. When we got to the campsite, we had all those big plans to go to the beach the moment we got there. But guess what? It was raining!!! We were too disappointed. We went out for pizza. But it was really fun because the rest of the days were sunny!

 

 
Amal:

Just a few years ago my family and I went on a vacation to Spain and we missed out flight! Not once, not twice, but three times!!! We had to spend the night at the airport. We were very excited. It was a great flight, but when we arrived at the airport in Madrid, our baggage had been left back home! We had to buy new clothes, toothbrushes and toothpaste.


 


 
Joseph:

One problem was the directions. The first time we went on a trip, we didn’t know where we were going. We really felt the panic of getting lost. But, we got there! What we did was to look at the map and follow the directions.



 




 



Vocabulary:

throw (sth) up : vomit.

 Examples:


I spent all night throwing up.

He threw up his breakfast all over the back seat of the car.


stick out/ˈɡræt.ɪ.tʃuːd/ (simple past/past participle: stuck) to go past the surface or edge of something.

 Examples:


There was a handkerchief sticking out of his jacket pocket.

Then dad told her to stick her head out of the window.


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