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TEAP_18

INTRODUCING ONESELF

Let’s introduce ourselves using the following dialogue as a guide.

INTRODUCE

Tutor: Hello, my name is May I know your name?
Student:
Tutor:
Student:

CONVERSATION PRACTICE

I will ask you the following questions. Please answer them based on your experience.

ANSWER

1. Do you like traveling?
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2. Do you help in cleaning your house?
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3. Where do you usually spend your free time?
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INTERVIEW PRACTICE

I will play as a music teacher. You will play as an interviewer. Please ask me questions about the given items below.

Begin the interview with this sentence: “Hello, may I ask you some questions?”

INTERVIEW

Ask questions about:
-Musical instruments s/he can play
-When s/he learned to play them
-Reasons she chose to be a music teacher
-The most interesting thing about being a music teacher

GIVING A SPEECH

Please read the given topic below. Then, explain whether you agree or disagree with the statement.

SPEECH

Mental health should be prioritized.
I agree
I disagree

EXPRESSING OPINIONS

Please answer the following questions based on your opinion. Give at least one reason to support your answer.

ANSWER

1. Should all people study arts?
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2. Should all countries require foreign visitors to get a visa before their visit?
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3. Do you agree that time management is important for students?
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4. Should students be taught how to deal with stress?
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TEAP_17

INTRODUCING ONESELF

Let’s introduce ourselves using the following dialogue as a guide.

INTRODUCE

Tutor: Hello, my name is May I know your name?
Student:
Tutor:
Student:

CONVERSATION PRACTICE

I will ask you the following questions. Please answer them based on your experience.

ANSWER

1. What time do you usually wake up?
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2. What pet do you want to have?
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3. What major do you want to study in college?
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INTERVIEW PRACTICE

I will play as a writer. You will play as an interviewer. Please ask me questions about the given items below.

Begin the interview with this sentence: “Hello, may I ask you some questions?”

INTERVIEW

Ask questions about:
-When s/he started working as a writer
-Where s/he usually gets his/her inspiration
-Favorite topics to write about
-The most difficult thing about his/her job

GIVING A SPEECH

Please read the given topic below. Then, explain whether you agree or disagree with the statement.

SPEECH

People should not skip breakfast.
I agree
I disagree

EXPRESSING OPINIONS

Please answer the following questions based on your opinion. Give at least one reason to support your answer.

ANSWER

1. Which do you think is better, eating healthy or taking vitamins?
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2. Do you agree that parents should choose their child’s school?
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3. Do you think all teenagers should learn how to cook?
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4. Do you agree that health care should be free for everyone?
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Theme Talk – Expert: Weddings

DESCRIBE THE PICTURE

Look at the picture below and answer the questions to describe it.

ANSWER

1. What can you see in the picture?
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2. What are the people doing in the picture?
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CONVERSATION QUESTIONS

Let’s talk. Please answer my questions. You may ask me questions, too.

ANSWER

1. Have you been to a wedding ceremony? What have you observed?
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2. Would you like a traditional or a modern wedding ceremony?
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3. Do you think it is okay not to invite all of your friends to your wedding? Why? Why not?
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4. If you could be married in another country, where would you like it to be and why?
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5. Nowadays, people spend a lot of money on weddings. Do you agree or disagree with that?
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6. What things should a person consider before getting married?
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7. If you could only invite five people in your wedding day, who would they be and why?
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8. How would you describe a perfect wedding day?
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9. What is your ideal wedding party?
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10. What presents would you like to receive on your wedding day?
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VOCABULARY CHECK

Let’s read the meaning and examples of each word aloud. Please repeat after me.

ANSWER

1. veil
meaning: [adjective] a piece of thin cloth that a woman wears over her head or face
example: The long veil of the bride is looks very elegant.
2. tie the knot
meaning: [idiom] to get married
example: The couple is planning to tie the knot next year.
3. civil
meaning: [adjective] relating to the ordinary people of a country and not to military organizations
example: My parents were married in a civil ceremony.
MAKE A SENTENCE

Make sentences using the given vocabulary words.

ANSWER

1. veil
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2. tie the knot
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3. civil
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Theme Talk – Expert: Robot Teachers

DESCRIBE THE PICTURE

Look at the picture below and answer the questions to describe it.

ANSWER

1. How many robot-like humans are there in the picture?
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2. What is the one in the middle doing?
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CONVERSATION QUESTIONS

Let’s talk. Please answer my questions. You may ask me questions, too.

ANSWER

1. Are you in favor in replacing human teachers with android/robot teachers? Why or why not?
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2. Do you think android/robot teachers are smarter than human teachers?
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3. In your opinion, is having android/robot teachers in schools effective as having human teachers?
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4. Would you enroll in a school where all teachers are robots?
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5. Name two to three advantages of having android/robot teachers in schools.
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6. Name two to three disadvantages of having android/robot teachers in schools.
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7. Do you think android/robot teachers should receive a salary like human teachers?
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8. If you are a teacher, do you think you can work along well with android/robot teachers?
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9. Can you live in a world and study well where all teachers are android/robot?
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10. What would you do if one day, your favorite human teacher has been replaced with an android/robot teacher?
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VOCABULARY CHECK

Let’s read the meaning and examples of each word aloud. Please repeat after me.

ANSWER

1. android
Meaning: [noun] a robot designed to look and act like a human
Example: The invention of android is becoming trend in the present-day world.
2. immense
meaning: [adjective] extremely huge
example: His immense imagination and patience brought the first android teacher to life.
3. coexist
meaning: [verb] to live together in harmony
example: It is possible to coexist with androids as long as humans are above them.
MAKE A SENTENCE

Make sentences using the given vocabulary words.
ANSWER

1. android
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2. immense
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3. coexist
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Theme Talk – Expert: Olympic Games

DESCRIBE THE PICTURE

Look at the picture below and answer the questions to describe it.

ANSWER

1. What can you see in the picture?
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2. What are the people doing in the picture?
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CONVERSATION QUESTIONS

Let’s talk. Please answer my questions. You may ask me questions, too.

ANSWER

1. Have you ever watched Olympic games? How was it
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2. Which sports in the Olympics is your country good at?
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3. Is it better to watch Olympic games on TV? Why? Why not?
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4. How does Olympic games affect a host country?
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5. What do you think is the most difficult Olympic sport?
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6. If you are given a chance to compete in the Olympic games as an athlete, which sport would you choose and why?
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7. Who are the most famous Olympians in your country?
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8. Do you think spending a lot of money in hosting Olympic games is worth it? Why? Why not?
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9. How does winning a gold medal affect athletes?
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10. What do you think is the least interesting sport in the Olympics?
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VOCABULARY CHECK

Let’s read the meaning and examples of each word aloud. Please repeat after me.

ANSWER

1. teamwork
meaning: [adjective] when a group of people work well together
example: Excellent teamwork always leads to success.
2. endurance
meaning: [noun] the ability to keep doing something difficult, unpleasant, or painful for a long time
example: The athletes’ endurance becomes intense towards the end of the game.
3. statistics
meaning: [noun] a fact in the form of a number that shows information about something
example: Olympic statistics are closely monitored by officials in charge.

MAKE A SENTENCE

Make sentences using the given vocabulary words.

ANSWER

1. teamwork
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2. endurance
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3. statistics
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Theme Talk – Expert: Tropical Countries

DESCRIBE THE PICTURE

Look at the picture below and answer the questions to describe it.

ANSWER

1. Describe the first thing (ex.: trees, sand, etc.) you noticed
in the picture.
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2. Do you see the small ship from the distant?
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CONVERSATION QUESTIONS

Let’s talk. Please answer my questions. You may ask me questions, too.

ANSWER

1. Have you been in a tropical country?
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2. Name five tropical countries that you know.
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3. Would you like to live/study/work in a tropical country? Why or why not?
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4. Name one tropical country that you would like to visit again and again. Why?
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5. If you could bring a famous person with you, who would that be and which tropical country would you take him/her?
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6. Name three most important things you will bring in going to a tropical country.
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7. Would you bring home souvenirs from your travel?
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8. Is travelling to a tropical country expensive?
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9. If given the chance, would you marry someone who lives in a tropical country?
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10. In your opinion, what’s the most beautiful thing in a tropical country?
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VOCABULARY CHECK

Let’s read the meaning and examples of each word aloud. Please repeat after me.

ANSWER

1. staggered
meaning: [adjective] very surprised, astonished
example: The reopening of the famous beach in the Philippines staggered a lot of people and vacationers.
2. abundant
meaning: [adjective] more than enough, having plenty of something
example: Tropical countries are abundant in beaches and forests.
3. sun-kissed
meaning: [adjective] used to describe the attractiveness of something/someone after staying under the sun.
example: After living in a tropical country for years, her fair, white skin became sun-kissed.

MAKE A SENTENCE

Make sentences using the given vocabulary words.

ANSWER

1. stagerred
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2. abundant
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3. sun-kissed
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Theme Talk – Expert: Photography

DESCRIBE THE PICTURE

Look at the picture below and answer the questions to describe it.

ANSWER

1. What can you see in the picture?
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2. What is the person doing in the picture?
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CONVERSATION QUESTIONS

Let’s talk. Please answer my questions. You may ask me questions, too.

ANSWER

1. Do you take good photographs? Why? Why not?
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2. Why do you think people take photographs?
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3. For you, what is the most memorable photograph that you or someone has taken? Tell me about it.
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4. Nowadays, people take photographs to post them on social media. Do you think it is a good idea?
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5. Is it really important to take pictures? Why? Why not?
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6. Do you think it is necessary to take pictures when travelling? Why? Why not?
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7. Do you take pictures of yourself and post them on social media? Why? Why not?
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8. Does it matter if a person takes a photograph of you without asking for your permission? Why? Why not?
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9. Do you keep photographs of other people? Why? Why not?
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10. What do you think is the reason why people take pictures?
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VOCABULARY CHECK

Let’s read the meaning and examples of each word aloud. Please repeat after me.

ANSWER

1. amateur
meaning: [adjective] doing something as a hobby and not as a job
example: My father is an amateur photographer who takes fantastic photographs.
2. exhibit
meaning: [noun] an object or a collection of things shown publicly for people to enjoy or learn about
example: The latest photograph exhibit is about people and nature.
3. scenic
meaning: [adjective] having views of the attractive, natural things in the countryside
example: The photograph features a scenic beauty of the Philippine islands.

MAKE A SENTENCE

Make sentences using the given vocabulary words.

ANSWER

1. amateur
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2. exhibit
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3. scenic
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Theme Talk – Expert: Global Warming

DESCRIBE THE PICTURE

Look at the picture below and answer the questions to describe it.

ANSWER

1. What is happening in the picture?
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2. Would you like to live near that area?
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CONVERSATION QUESTIONS

Let’s talk. Please answer my questions. You may ask me questions, too.

ANSWER

1. What comes in your mind when you hear the word “global warming”?
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2. Is global warming being felt in your country?
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3. Name some cause and effect of global warming.
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4. Is climate change and frequent natural catastrophes the result of global warming? Why or why not?
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5. If you have the power to remove one cause of global warming, what would it be and why?
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6. Do you think global warming will worsen in the next five years? Why or why not?
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7. In what ways you can conserve more water and electricity?
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8. Are humans fully responsible for causing global warming? Why or why not?
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9. What are the most common pollution/s in your country?
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10. Describe the world without global warming. Would you like to live in that kind of world?
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VOCABULARY CHECK

Let’s read the meaning and examples of each word aloud. Please repeat after me.

ANSWER

1. drought
meaning: [noun] a long period of time where a place/land receives little to no rain
example: A severe drought has ruined plenty of crops.
2. catastrophe
meaning: [noun] a very alarming event causing a great destruction
example: The country is facing a tremendous catastrophe due to global warming.
3. greenhouse effect
meaning: [idiom] an effect when the Earth’s atmosphere is filled with gases trapping the sun’s radiation, thus, making the Earth warmer
example: One of the most common example of greenhouse effect is global warming.

MAKE A SENTENCE

Make sentences using the given vocabulary words.
ANSWER

1. drought
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2. catastrophe
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3. greenhouse effect
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Theme Talk – Expert: Food Combination

DESCRIBE THE PICTURE

Look at the picture below and answer the questions to describe it.

ANSWER

1. What can you see in the picture?
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2. What is the food combination in the picture?
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CONVERSATION QUESTIONS

Let’s talk. Please answer my questions. You may ask me questions, too.

ANSWER

1. What are the most popular food combinations in your country?
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2. What food combinations are your favorite?
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3. Have you tried food combinations from other countries?Tell me about them.
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4. What are the worst food combinations have you tried?
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5. If you could invent a new food combination, what would it be?
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6. Do you know any unhealthy food combinations?
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7. One of the most common food combinations is salty and sweet food. Why do you think some people like it?
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8. Do you think combining healthy and unhealthy food in one plate is a good idea? Why? Why not?
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9. What foods do you usually pair with rice?
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10. If you could eat just one food combination in a day, what would it be and why?
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VOCABULARY CHECK

Let’s read the meaning and examples of each word aloud. Please repeat after me.

ANSWER

1. blend
meaning: [noun] a combination of two or more things
example: The tea has an aromatic blend of fresh berries and mint.
2. relish
meaning: [noun] a sauce that you put on food to give it more taste
example: The restaurant provides an unlimited variety of relishes.
3. mustard
meaning: [noun] a thick, spicy yellow or brown sauce often eaten in small amounts with meat
example: Sausages with a little bit of mustard tastes fantastic.

MAKE A SENTENCE

Make sentences using the given vocabulary words.

ANSWER

1. blend
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2. relish
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3. mustard
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Theme Talk – Expert: Endangered Species

DESCRIBE THE PICTURE

Look at the picture below and answer the questions to describe it.

ANSWER

1. What endangered species can you see in the picture?
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2. Where do you think they live?
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CONVERSATION QUESTIONS

Let’s talk. Please answer my questions. You may ask me questions, too.

ANSWER

1. Name some endangered species you know.
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2. Are there endangered species in your country?
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3. Are you worried that endangered species might go extinct?
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4. Are humans to blame why there are endangered species?
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5. Would you like to work in a company that helps and protects endangered species? Why or why not?
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6. Do you think it’s important for people to know which animals are endangered? Why or why not?
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7. In your own simple way/s, what can you do to help save endangered species?
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8. Would you encourage others to help you save endangered species?
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9. What endangered animal best describes you? Why?
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10. Is it possible for humans to be endangered in the future?
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VOCABULARY CHECK

Let’s read the meaning and examples of each word aloud.
Please repeat after me.

ANSWER

1. extinct
meaning: [noun] not existing anymore, disappear forever
example: Many endangered animals are going to be extinct if humans won’t stop hunting them.
2. vulnerable
meaning: [adjective] easy to hurt and be harmed
example: Polar bears are in vulnerable state due to the thinning of ice caps.
3. beating on a dead horse
meaning: [idiom] wasting an effort to something/someone when there is no chance/hope at all
example: They are beating on a dead horse because no companies will support them in protecting endangered species.

MAKE A SENTENCE

Make sentences using the given vocabulary words.

ANSWER

1. extinct
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2. vulnerable
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3. beating on a dead horse
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