جلسه 1

Big events in the news can stay in our memories forever. Even if we weren't directly involved, we remember where we were and what we were doing at that time. In this session, you'll learn about one of the most well-known disasters of the 20th Century, improve your vocabulary, and test your knowledge.

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A disaster at sea

Welcome to Unit 7. We're going to find out about a famous historical disaster and learn how to use past continuous and past simple to describe details about an event.

But to start, look at these images. What historical event do they remind you of?

Read the text and try the activity

If you said 'the Titanic', then well done! You got it exactly right.

Vocabulary Test

The story of the Titanic is one that still captures people's imaginations more than a century after it sank in the North Atlantic Ocean.

It was the biggest passenger liner in the world when it was built in 1912. People said it was 'unsinkable' but they were wrong.

Tragically, the Titanic struck an iceberg while it was crossing the Atlantic Ocean and started to sink. Famously, a string quartet continued to play as the ship was going down.

Most of the people on board died but some were able to escape in lifeboats.

To do 

Read the paragraph above again and look at the words in bold. Do you know what they mean? Try this quiz to find out:

Vocabulary

6 Questions

Match the word with the correct definition

تبریک می گوییم
Excellent! آفرین! نمره شما Bad luck! :
x / y

Vocabulary

6 Questions

Match the word with the correct definition

تبریک می گوییم
Excellent! آفرین! نمره شما Bad luck! :
x / y

Next

How well did you do? In the next activity, you'll see an animated video which tells the story of a seven-year-old who survived the Titanic disaster.