Watch this funny McDonalds drive thru video and
answer the questions below...
Put these events from the video in the correct order
a) the young man asks if she is listening
b) the girls start singing
c) the young man starts singing d) the car drives
up e) the woman repeats the order f) the woman
asks if she can help g) the people in the car cheer
h) the young man says his order is complicated
What does the man order?
Q3) True or False?
man's car is red ???
b) The man sings very well
c) The McDonalds employee laughs at the end of the song
The people in the car clap
e) The McDonalds employees are friendly
Listen to and read this news story from the BBC Website and
answer the questions.
TV habits 'can predict kids' waist size and fitness'
who increase the number of hours of weekly television they watch between the
ages of two and four years old risk larger waistlines by age 10.
study found that every extra weekly
hour watched could add half a
millimetre to their waist
circumference and reduce muscle
The study, in a
BioMed Central journal, tracked the
TV habits of 1,314 children.
Experts say children should not
watch more than two hours of TV a
Researchers found that
the average amount of television
watched by the children at the start
of the study was 8.8 hours a week.
This increased on average by six
hours over the next two years to
reach 14.8 hours a week by the age
per cent of the children in the
study were watching more than 18
hours per week by that age,
according to their parents.
The study said the effect of 18
hours of television at 4.5 years of
age would by the age of 10 result in
an extra 7.6mm of waist because of
the child's TV habit.
as measuring waist circumference,
the researchers also carried out a
standing long jump test to measure
each child's muscular fitness and
weekly hour of TV can
decrease the distance
a child is able to jump from
standing by 0.36cm, the study said.
Q1) Find expressions
which are similar to:
a) make them fatter
reduce the amount
may get fatter ??? d)
recorded amount of television watched??? e)
beginning of the research
make them weaker ???
True or False?
Too much TV can make kids fat.??? b)
Fifteen in a hundred 4½-year-olds watch more than
14 hours of TV per week.
More than 2 hours of TV per day is considered too much. ???
Watching a lot of sport on TV makes kids physically fitter.
e) Over one million children took part in the study.
f) At the beginning of the research the children were already watching over 10
hours of TV per week.
??? g) The children's parents were also
involved in the study.
Grammar & Vocabulary Challenge:
a) Find five examples of modal auxilliary verbs
in the article.
b) Find words (one per paragraph) which are similar to:
guess well / make bigger / make less / monitored / knowledgeable
people scientists / arrive at / said / mean / distance around /