“МІНІ КУРС ДЛЯ ВПЕВНЕНОГО РІВНЯ”


Week 1 Part
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Soothe

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Misconception

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Lousy

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Mole

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a. What did Joe Navarro do in his job?

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b. What are the examples of myths and misconceptions about body language given in the video?

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c. How did Joe Navarro know that the person he caught was a mole?

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d. Which part of our body transmits information about stress in our lives?

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Week 1 Part 2





Week 1 Part 3




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1. What do people who suffer from misophonia feel when they hear the sounds that irritate them?

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2. What are the most typical sounds that trigger misophonia?

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3. When was misophonia named as a condition?

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Week 2 Part 1





 Відповіді на запитання надішліть мені у телеграм👇
1. What inspired Matt to start doing30-day challenges?
2. What’s the first 30-day challenge that Matt talks about in TED Tall?
3. What challenge did he take that he would have never imagined doing before?
4. Why did he eat so many sweets after his 30 days without sugar?
 
 

Read an extract from the TED Talk and choose the correct meaning of the

underlined words and phrases.
 
Even last year, I ended up hiking up Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa. I would never have been that adventurous before I started my 30-day challenges.
I also figured out that if you really want something badly enough, you can do anything for 30 days. Have you ever wanted to write a novel? Every November, tens of thousands of people try to write their own 50,000-word novel, from scratch, in 30 days. It turns out, all you have to do is write 1,667 words a day for a month. So I did. By the way, the secret is not to go to sleep until you’ve written your words for the day. You might be sleep-deprived, but you’ll finish your novel. Now is my book the next great American novel? No. I wrote it in a month. It’s awful!


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1. To end up means:

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2. Adventurous means:

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3. To figure out means:

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4. Badly means :

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5. To turn out means.

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Week 2 Part 2






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TEST

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• “I lived in Hong Kong for a while. I studied Cantonese, but studying 20 hours a week for a summer I didn't make anywhere near the __________ that Tim made studying 20 hours a week.”

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• “Tim _______ about learning languages and for him this is not just a hobby and it’s basically his way of life.”

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• “So I generally start out with any sort of series and I'll try to just ________the language as much as possible.”

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• “Watching TV shows or movies is really helpful in any kind of language learning because it _______you to the normal rate of speech and language...”

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• “Primarily it's the fact that, you know, I was a bit of a history _______.”

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• “If you raise people with other languages you ___________ foreign cultures, to
foreign ideas.”

Your score is

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1. Who is a polyglot? Where does this word come from?

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2. What languages does Tim know at a beginner level?

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3. Why is Tim’s talent unusual in terms of the American context?

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4. How old was Tim when he started learning Hebrew?

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Week 2 Part 3



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Week 3 Part 1






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Week 3 Part 2






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1. When did the Thai government come up with and start the program?

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2. What other countries decided to follow suit and promote their cuisine overseas?

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3. What city is known as the refugee capital of the US?

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Week 3 Part 3



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farms / layers / nutrients / items / machines / plants
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Test 2

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3D food printers work by printing________of powdered ingredients on top of each other.

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These build up to produce_______of food.

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In the future, they might be able to add______to foods,

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but currently the______are slow, costly, and only suitable for non-essential foods.

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Aquaponics_______produce both
crops and fish.

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They have two______.

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On top are the crops growing in water that is rich in_______.

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The fish produce waste.This added to the water
in which the______grow.

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Week 3 Part 4

You are going to watch a short one-minute called MOVE which shows clips of 11 countries visited by Andrew Lees in 44 days. You should watch the film and try to name as many of the countries as possible. The clips are very fast, so it will be necessary to watch the film at least twice!) ( make notes and send me the list of the countries (Telegram )



You are going to watch the second film LEARN in which Andrew learns different things in each country. You should watch the film and spot which things he learns.



Now you are going to watch the third film EAT in which Andrew tries typical dishes in each country. Try to identify the dishes and ingredients (Telegram)



Week 4 Part 1




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1. it means that something belongs to or was developed in one’s own country.

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2. immediately effective in getting people's attention or communicating an idea

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3. to spend time doing nothing important or behaving in a silly way

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Read the sentences from the previous exercise again. Which of them are True (T) and which are False (F) in your opinion?)👇

 


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1. A lot of TikTok users goof around, dance or lip-sync to music.

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2. TikTok is owned by a homegrown US company.

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3. TikTok has about 1 billion monthly active users creating these snappy clips.

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4. TikTok’s instantaneous nature makes the content that users create go viral quickly.

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5. On average, TikTokers are definitely younger than Instagram users.

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Read the sentences from the previous exercise again. Which of them are True (T) and which are False (F) in your opinion?)

Watch the video and check your answers 👇



Watch the second part of the video and answer the questions (Telegram)👇
 



1. Why does TikTok require users to verify their age?
 
2. What is the name of the app that was turned into TikTok?
 
3. Why do some people believe that TikTok might succumb to some pressure by the Chinese government?

Week 4 Part 2






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1. Tommy works and comes from there.

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2. The most money he’s made on a bug for a single report

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3. Money he has earned over the last year.

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4. Tommy served a total of about ... years behind bars

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1. It’s the use of the Internet to conduct politically motivated attacks that result in physical harm to individuals. It also includes attacks against computer systems or data with the sole aim of violence against certain groups, religions or ethnicities.

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2. It is a cybercrime which involves the systematic use of the Internet or other electronic means to harass, threaten or intimidate an individual or a group. It may take such forms as unpleasant messages, false accusations or threatening mails.

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3. It’s illegal copying, distribution and use of programs or any other duplicate online content such as songs, movies or books, which is an infringement of the copyrights. Due to this crime, companies and content authors lose income while users may be affected by viruses or some other malware.

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4. In this type of attack, criminals try to trick unsuspecting users into doing something they wouldn't ordinarily do, such as clicking on a malicious URL or email attachment. As a result, they steal users' login credentials, details which they can then abuse to gain unauthorised access to their victims' emails or financial accounts.

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Week 4 Part 3



Improving the vocabulary







Week 5 Part 1






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1. Her legs were disproportionate She tried to hide this defect by you wearing...

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2. She made some loyal friends in high school.

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3. The first painting she drew after the accident was “The bus”.

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4. When Frida married Diego she was...

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5. Their extravagant couple had a nickname ...

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6. Diego was never a good husband .Three of his previous marriages ended because he cheated.

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7. Frida’s father was French.

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8. The artist died of .... in 1954 at the same house she was born in.

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Week 5 Part 2









Read and listen to these sentences with words from the lecture. Choose the most likely definition of each bold word.


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1.The museum is hosting an exhibition of PORTRAITS of elderly people by great artists like Rembrandt.

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2.The lives of the artists Vincent van Gogh and Edvard Munch share several interesting PARALLELS.

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3.The copy of the painting was so good it was VIRTUALLY impossible to tell it apart from the original.

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4,The artist received a COMMISSION to produce a painting celebrating her country’s independence.

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5.The new Museum of CONTEMPORARY Art will only display works produced in our in or after the 1950s.

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6.In the ASSESSMENT of many art critics the artist’s early work was less powerful than his later pieces.

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7.Among all of the great artists in the world Leonardo da Vinci perhaps has the highest STANDING.

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8.The price of the paintingwas higher than expected because so many people wanted to ACQUIRE it.

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9.The artists reputation WANED after people noticed he was selling works by his students as his own.

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10.The new exhibition at the national Gallery is sold out because of the many EXCEPTIONAL reviews.

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Check (✓) the five factors that the professor says influenced the reputations of Rembrandt and Vermeer.

Please select 5 correct answers

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Now listen to segment 2 of the lecture. Write T if a statement is true or F it is false.




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1.Rembrandt was born in Leiden in 1606 and moved to Amsterdam in 1621.

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2.During his life, Rembrandt gained a good reputation for painting portraits.

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3.Rembrandt created thousands of drawings and hundreds of paintings and prints.

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4.Vermeer was born in Delft in 1632 and died without much money in 1675.

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5.Vermeer joined a Delft association of painters while he was in his late 20$.

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6.There is evidence to suggest that Vermeer created up to 40 paintings a year.

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Listen to Segment 3 , which includes experts from the lecture. Choose the statement that best describes the speaker’s purpose.




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1. The speaker talks about why Rembrandt's reputation immediately after his death survived better than Vermeer's. His purpose is

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2. He talks about how many works each artist produced. His purpose is

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3. He says that Rembrandt tutored many students. His purpose is

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4. He mentioned where the two artists lived and worked. His purpose is

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5. He describes the social position of the two artists. His purpose is

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Week 5 Part 3





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