Session 1

Celebrities throughout the ages have made London their home. But how much do you know about them? Alice takes us on a tour of the houses of some of the city's most famous and important former residents. Watch the video to find out about Londoners who've had a big impact on the world of technology, art and science. You'll hear some examples of relative clauses.

ఈ పాఠ్యాంశం లోని సెషన్స్

Session 1 score

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    Activity 1
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    Activity 2
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    Activity 3

Activity 2

What does 'novelist' mean?

A useful question for when you're learning

When you are learning a new language, it's important to know how to ask about the meaning of new words. It's easy to do: just use this question structure when you hear or read a word you don't know:

  • What does [put your word here] mean?

For example you can ask: What does 'novelist' mean?

Remember this question - and use it when you need to find out what a new word means! Now. to help you learn the words from Activity 1, have a go at this vocabulary game.  

To do

Match the words from Alice's blue plaques video with their meanings.

పనిని పూర్తి చేయండి

Vocabulary quiz

5 Questions

Match the words from the Blue Plaques video with their definitions

Congratulations you completed the Quiz
Excellent! Great job! ఈసారి కలిసి రాలేదు లెండి You scored:
x / y

Vocabulary quiz

5 Questions

Match the words from the Blue Plaques video with their definitions

Congratulations you completed the Quiz
Excellent! Great job! ఈసారి కలిసి రాలేదు లెండి You scored:
x / y

You can do this activity yourself very simply using pen and paper. Write the words you are learning on small pieces of paper. You should only write one word on each piece. Write the definitions on other pieces of paper. Then mix them all up and see if you can match each word with its definition!

Even if you're confident you know the meanings of new words that you learn, it's always a good idea to test yourself in this way.

Next

Session 1 is almost done! But wait, we've still got 6 Minute Vocabulary for you. In the programme this time you'll hear about words which sound the same, but are spelled differently and have different meanings: homophones.