China and India border dispute
Monday 15th June, 2020
1.1 - Vocabulary and pronunciation - Flashcards
Here is all the key vocabulary that you need for this week. Go through the flashcards and click the term to hear my pronunciation. Flip the card for the definition.
1.2 - Vocabulary and pronunciation - Learn
Work your way through the cards and questions twice to finish.
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2.1 - Pronunciation practice
1) Individual phonemic transcription of each word.
|a bilateral agreement||ə baɪˈlætərəl əˈgriːmənt|
|a contention||ə kənˈtɛnʃən|
|a dispute||ə dɪsˈpjuːt|
|a nuclear power||ə ˈnjuːklɪə ˈpaʊə|
|a resolution||ə ˌrɛzəˈluːʃən|
|a skirmish||ə ˈskɜːmɪʃ|
|a terrain||ə təˈreɪn|
|in accordance with||ɪn əˈkɔːdəns wɪð|
|nuclear power||ˈnjuːklɪə ˈpaʊə|
|take place||teɪk pleɪs|
|the Himalayas||ðə ˌhɪməˈleɪəz|
2.2 - Say these terms out loud.
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1) You need to resolve this dispute.
2) Tit-for-tat attacks.
3) India is a populous nation.
4) There is a skirmish between the two nuclear powers.
5) There have been flashpoints along the border.
6) High in the Himalayas.
7) She is standing adjacent to the shop.
8) We had a cordial meeting.
9) In accordance with the bilateral agreements.
10) It is under contention.
11) It was established in 2019.
12) The glacial terrain is shifting.
13) It is a craggy mountain.
14) You need to pinpoint them on the map.
15) Both sides need to find a resolution.
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