Dear students, you will hear a boy called Josh talking to his class about a trip he recently went on. For each question, fill in the missing information in the numbered spaces.
Creative English Teacher
Josh went to the Weather Centre with his (1) . . . . . . .
Josh says the Centre first reported strong winds in (2) . . . . . . .
The Centre later put forecasts in (3) . . . . . . for everyone to see.
Lots of weather information now comes from (4) . . . . . ., according to Josh.
Josh thinks people need to know how much (5) . . . . . . there’ll be.
Josh says that his local (6) . . . . . . always needs to know about the weather.
In your answer, you don’t need to change the word or words you hear.
2 Listen and write down a year
3 Where can people read information every day?
5 What kind of bad weather will people need to know about?
Listening forces automatic learning and leads to general language acquisition.
Writing ideas down preserves them so that you can reflect upon them later.
Reading is the best way to learn and remember the proper spelling of words.
Speaking provides the ability to engage others in social circles