- What does Harry say about what lots of people think? How about what he thinks?
- What does Anna suggest about heroes? Do they always do brave things?
- Does Harry think his grandfather is a hero? Is his grandfather famous?
Dear students, look at the six sentences for this part. You will hear a girl, Anna, and a boy, Harry, talking about heroes. Decide if each sentence is correct or incorrect. If it is correct, choose the letter A. If it is not correct, choose the letter B.
Creative English Teacher
If the sentence is about what the speakers both think, make sure you listen carefully to both the speakers before you choose your answer.
1. Harry disagrees that Superman is a good example of a modern-day hero.
2. Anna thinks a hero has to be someone who does brave things.
3. Harry wishes people like his grandfather were recognised for what they do.
4. Anna agrees with Harry that without heroes, story books would be less interesting.
5. Anna’s discovered lots of writers who have made her want to read.
6. They’ve both found examples of heroes to admire among famous people.
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