Watch the following documentary about London and try to get as much information as possible. Then answer the questions.
If you think you need to do more practice on the contents on unit 1, try to do these exercises.
Listen to this text and answer the questions.
1. What are the two main causes of tsunamis?
2. When was conclusive photographic evidence filmed for the first time?
3. How was the island of La Palma formed?
4. What will happen in this island according to experts?
5. Can experts predict when and where tsunamis will occur?
We're often asked, "What's the difference between a crisis, an emergency and a disaster?" The information below demonstrates the difference between these three situations and what the best course of action might be in each situation.
A crisis is an event that is expected to lead to a dangerous situation, whether it's an emergency or a disaster. It's also defined as a "time of intense difficulty, trouble or danger." A crisis can be personal, or confined to a small population, like a family, or a company dealing with a very serious problem.
An emergency is a situation that requires immediate attention, but is usually on a small scale. A personal injury or a few people becoming suddenly ill. An emergency can turn into a disaster if left unchecked.
A disaster is a major event that causes serious misfortune on a city-wide scale. It usually involves several different agencies to act as first responders, including organizations outside of LifeNet and MHA-NYC.
If you or someone else you know has been affected by a disaster and needs immediate assistance:
Being aware of your mental health and a clear understanding of what calms and relaxes you can help you be prepared for any situation, whether it's a crisis, emergency or disaster.
Writing for this week-end: How will robots change our lives?
First: The introduction of robots in our lives nowadays.
Second: Your ideas about the future development of robots (use your imagination).
Third: Your opinion (positive or negative?)
Watch this video and answer the following questions.
1. What is Sophia interested on?
2. What does she have in her eyes?
3. What are her plans for the future?
4. What does Sophia's creator think that robots will do in the future?
Check the parts of an informal letter with this example.
Can you answer these questions concerning relationships?
Listen to this report about "Gene Partner" and say whether these sentences are true or false:
1. Staci Rosenberg has tried to get a couple in different websites.
2. Social compatibility is not important according to the Gene Partner representative.
3. The result of their test says that they are not compatible at all.
4. Ele Kaudener thinks that he would have preferred to know the result before the first meeting.
5. They will not continue getting to know each other.
Listen to this piece of an interview about Toxic Friends and answer these questions:
1. How do you recognise a toxic relationship?
2. Is it only applied to friends?
3. What happens with toxic friends at school?
4. Which is the appropriate environment to talk about these relationships?
Watch this video to learn about perfect modals in English.
Las respuestas correctas a los tres listenings están en la sección de contacto.