An interviewer tells a wrestler that the sport is fake (not real). Watch the
reaction and answer the questions.
Q1) Complete the following sentences:
"I asked Schultz --------- that I assumed all wrestlers ---- ---- asked
dozens -- -----."???
"Why is it a good business?" -
"Because ---- --- ----- -------."???
ask you the -------- --------, you know." - "The
-------- --------?" - "I think this -- ----."???
Q2) True or false?
a) the interviewee has a beard
b) the interviewer has blond hair
c) the interviewee hits the interviewer
Put these sentences in order:
a) The interviewer falls down
b) The interviewer says wrestling is fake
c) The interviewee hits the interviewer
d) The interviewer introduces the interview
e) The interviewee says that wrestling is a good business
This video corrects a very common error students make in
Find some mistakes in the sentences below:
a) I live in Australia since 6 months.
b) We have been here for half an hour.
c) She is in Canada since Tuesday.
d) We work for Microsoft since 5 years.
e) They visited Rome and the Vatican last year.
Name the verb tenses in the following sentences:
present simple /
past simple /
I lived in Australia when I was a boy.
b) Britain has been a member of the European Economic Community since 1973.
c) My parents live in North London.
Which sentences below are in the present perfect tense?
a) Michael Jackson has been dead for several weeks now.
b) Madonna is now divorced.
c) Italy are currently the world football champions.
d) Hotch Potch
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lessons for years.
e) I've been writing this lesson for 3 hours!
Listen to and read this news story from the BBC and
answer the questions.
Florida's boy journalist lands
interview with Obama
boy journalist from south Florida finally landed his coveted interview with
U.S. President Barack Obama.
Damon Weaver became an Internet sensation during the
2008 presidential campaign and has long sought an interview with Obama.
In the interview, which was filmed at the White House
and posted on YouTube.com on Thursday night, the 11-year-old asks Obama about
bullying, how parents can improve their children's education, and if the
president could make school lunches better.
"I remember when I used to get school lunches,
sometimes they didn't taste so good, I've got to admit," Obama said.
Weaver then pitched his own plan.
"I suggest that we have French fries and mangos
everyday for lunch," he said.
At the end of his latest interview, Weaver asked Obama
if he would also like to be his homeboy.