Burning up - Arctic sees highest temperatures ever
Monday 29th 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.
1.3 - Vocabulary and pronunciation - Game
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2.1 - Pronunciation practice
1) Individual phonemic transcription of each word.
|a meteorologist||ə ˌmiːtiəˈrɒləʤɪst|
|in full swing||ɪn fʊl swɪŋ|
|all-time high||ˈɔːltaɪm haɪ|
|the mercury||ðə ˈmɜːkjʊri|
|a heatwave||ə ˈhiːtweɪv|
|ring alarm bells||rɪŋ əˈlɑːm bɛlz|
|a climatologist||ə ˌklaɪməˈtɒləʤɪst|
|express concerns||ɪksˈprɛs kənˈsɜːnz|
|alarming rates||əˈlɑːmɪŋ reɪts|
|carbon dioxide||ˈkɑːbən daɪˈɒksaɪd|
2.2 - Listen and say these terms out loud
2.3 - Record your audio and send to WhatsApp
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- Meteorologists study changes in the weather.
- The party is in full swing.
- The water in the lake is at an all time high.
- The mercury is rising.
- His weight fluctuates a lot.
- Siberia is home to the Siberian fox.
- The Guinness book of world records.
- Another heatwave is ringing alarm bells.
- Climatologists have expressed their concerns.
- Year-on-year the permafrost melts.
- My life is in peril.
- The levels of carbon dioxide accelerate at an alarming rate.
- Methane is a major cause of the green house effect.
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