Toys in college

Listen to the conversation and read the statements. Decide whether each statement is True or False. Two college students are moving into a room in the dormitory, which is a…

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Toys in college

Transcript SARA: Is it OK if I put my books over here? How about my computer? AMBER: That's fine. SARA: [A little startled] Look! There's someone outside with a big toy bear! I mean, it's really big. I can't believe it! AMBER: Where? SARA: Outside. She's getting out of the car with her parents. She's coming this…

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The story of dream catchers

Transcript PROFESSOR: Class, today we have a special guest, Mr. George Wolf of the Ojibwe Nation. Please welcome Mr. Wolf. [Sound of applause] GEORGE WOLF: Hello, class. Today, I am happy to tell you the story of dream catchers. This is a story from my Ojibwe people ... Imagine a time long, long ago. All our people lived together and enjoyed telling our traditional…

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The quilts of Gee’s Bend

Transcript NARRATOR: Gee's Bend, a small, poor town in Alabama, is making big news in the art world. The big news is quilts- beautiful covers for the bed to keep people warm at night. Now these quilts are in museums; these quilts are works of art. They look like paintings by modern artists. The women in Gee's Bend didn't…

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EARLY FOR LUNCH AT THE OFFICE CANTEEN

Use the words given to complete the dialogue. Glass          left                  lamb              slice   o'clock         early              salad             really             jelly              olives EARLY FOR LUNCH AT THE OFFICE…

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