Online teaching



To use this application you need to install and activate Adobe Flash Player


Get Adobe Flash player .













































































































Week 9 Period 1, Spelling 5, Review of ED Week3 Period2

Author: Hsu Yuanbin
Description:
Keywords: , , , , , , online teaching

Content:
Quiz:

1.

2. Clare: What is coconut rice? I%27ve never heard of that. Mike: Coconut rice is actually normal rice cooked with, I think, coconut milk, if I%27m not wrong and so the rice gives off a very, very nice __________________ and we just call it coconut rice. And this coconut rice, as you can imagine, is very very high in cholesterol and ... Clare: Right, and sugar too. (circulation, disabled, fragrance, identification, identify, identify, keen, majority, observation, observe, invisible)

3.

4. Paul: How about if you%27re walking down the street and you see a homeless person asking for money? Katia: Homeless people! That%27s also difficult because you can see they need money or they need food. Sometimes I feel if you give money, you are supporting their way of life so I would rather give some food so they can eat, but maybe if it%27s a __________________ person. I am more willing to give, rather than just the homeless. Paul: Yeah, I%27d agree with you. It%27s difficult to know what they%27re gonna use the money for, so usually I never give money to men but if it%27s like an elderly woman, I%27m happy to give a small donation. (circulation, disabled, fragrance, identification, identify, identify, keen, majority, observation, observe, invisible)

5.

6. Police in China are training dogs to __________________ a collection of 500 different human smells. Sniff sniff. The trained dogs will be used to __________________ smells found at crime scenes. sniff sniff. Do you smell tacos? I smell tacos. (circulation, disabled, fragrance, identification, identify, identify, keen, majority, observation, observe, invisible)

7.

8. Mari: I’m new to Australia. I’m from the United States. From New York. Shirley: Okay, great. That’s exciting. I’ve been to New York once, it was wonderful. Mari: It’s a great city but Sydney seems really nice too. I’m excited to live here. Shirley: I think you’ll like it. It’s got a really nice lifestyle and we’ve got great weather so I hope you enjoy your time here. Right, well just getting back to the paperwork here. As I said, we’ll also need a deposit. I’ll also need to see some form of __________________. You passport perhaps. Mari: Yeah, I have my passport with me today. (circulation, disabled, fragrance, identification, identify, identify, keen, majority, observation, observe, invisible)

9.

10. Todd: OK, so when you are taking a trip, what tools do you need to take with you? To take care of your bicycle? Terry: Oh, just some basic Alan wrenches and screwdrivers and, oh and obviously, a repair kit for patching a tube, or some extra inter tubes. I usually just take along extra inter tubes, and you need tools to take your wheel, your tire off, and things like that. Todd: Wow, so you just take the tubes with you, huh? How many inter tubes do you take? Terry: Oh, I usually take two or three extras. I%27m, anymore, I%27m not real __________________ on patching flats. I usually just take the tube out and throw it away and put in a new one. Todd: So on your last bike trip, did you have any problems with your bike? Did it break down at all? Terry: No, no, no. No real problems. (circulation, disabled, fragrance, identification, identify, identify, keen, majority, observation, observe, invisible)

11.

12. A prank is trying to get someone to believe that something false is true, or playing some kind of trick on them. One trick for example would be to give someone a present and as they unwrap the paper and open the box, and their curious as to what is going to be inside, when they pull open the box a boxing glove springs out and punches them in the face. Another example of a prank would be to attach a fishing line, a small, a small piece of rope or line that is very hard to see. It%27s almost __________________ because it%27s made of a very thin plastic, and to place this dollar bill attached to the fishing line in a place where someone thinks they have found the money. Then when they reach down to try to pick up the money, the person with the fishing line pulls it so they aren%27t able to pick it up. It moves out of there way. When we catch someone, in a prank like this, we laugh at them and say April fool. (circulation, disabled, fragrance, identification, identify, identify, keen, majority, observation, observe, invisible)

13.

14. The great thing about safaris is that you can __________________ the animals in their natural environment. Being an animal lover, I dislike zoos where animals are caged for people%27s entertainment. (circulation, disabled, fragrance, identification, identify, identify, keen, majority, observation, observe, invisible)

15.

16. Adrienne: What was it like to take her to the vet? Lisa: Taking her to the vet was incredibly scary because it was obvious that there was something wrong, and it was probably six or seven o%27clock in the morning so it was very early. I didn%27t know where there was an emergency vet, so I called a couple of friends, woke them up, and made them help me, made them help me find an emergency vet that would service us and finally we found one. Took her there, and it happened to be the most expensive vet in the city, so we went into the vet, and they took x-rays and after about two or three hours they said that they were going to hold her for __________________, but they said her condition was quite serious and that she would probably need to have an operation. After two days of her staying in the vet, the doctor confirmed that she was going to need and operation, and the operation was going to cost three thousand dollars. (circulation, disabled, fragrance, identification, identify, identify, keen, majority, observation, observe, invisible)

17.

18. Todd: What’s the nightlife like in Tulsa? Tres: Night life, I haven’t been back in many years, but when I grew up there, I remember there being many clubs in the area. __________________ of adults are single, so everyone’s looking for a spouse. I grew up playing music, so I would visit nightclubs and bars to play in bands when I was under age. So I think people really found ways to enjoy themselves. (circulation, disabled, fragrance, identification, identify, identify, keen, majority, observation, observe, invisible)

19.
.