Top Notch TV Fundamentals Season 1 / Unit 3.

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Top Notch TV Fundamentals Course Season 1 / Unit 4.

Cambridge International Dictionary of Idioms.

Cambridge International Dictionary of Idioms
: The Cambridge International Dictionary of Idioms explains over 7,000 idioms current in British, American and Australian English, helping learners to understand them and use them with confidence. Author: James Gordon White Publisher: Cambridge University Press Pages: 521 Format: PDF Quality: High Download Cambridge International Dictionary of Idioms (Mediafire): http://www.mediafire.com/view/?6647cl8vd5mq3c7

Real Life Elementary Episode 1.

In this episode, we are introduced to the Benton family. They are getting ready to go on holiday to Cornwall. We see them get in the car, check they have got everything and then head off to Cornwall. When they get there, they set up their tents at the campsite and we learn that the children, Mark and Anna, are not sharing a tent with their parents, Sally and John. Finally, while Mark and Anna are unpacking, Dave, the surfing instructor, comes over and introduces himself, much to Anna’s delight and Mark’s amusement.

Background information:

Stonehenge is a prehistoric set of large standing stones in the south-west of England. It is thought the stones were erected between 2500 and 3000 years BC. There are many theories on the purpose of Stonehenge but no one theory has ever been proved. Theories include it being a type of temple or place of healing. There is also no explanation about how the stones were erected.

Questions:

Scene 1

Describe what each character looks like.

Scene 2

Does a camping holiday look fun?

Scene 3

What things do you take on holiday?

Presenting For Success/ Intermediate & Advanced.

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