A mermaid is a legendary aquatic creature with the head and upper body of a female human and the tail of a fish. Mermaids appear in the folklore of many cultures worldwide, including the Near East, Europe, Africa and Asia. This time we are listening to a BBC 6 minutes English that talks about whether the mermaids are real or fiction.
Listen to the below audio and answer the following questions in NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS –
What is a half-human and half-fish called?
When did the most recent alleged mermaid sighting take place?
What word that means something is said or believed to be true but not proven?
What is word for the male counterpart of mermaid?
Who is the writer of “The Little Mermaid”?
Which year was “The Little Mermaid” published?
Which word is used for finding something by accident?
Where was the latest sighting of the mermaid done?
What word means something that is a deception or a lie?
Which word means something that is calm and peaceful?
What is a place you go in order to escape from normal life called?
We are living in a world that is improving in seconds. Every moment their is a new invention happening, a new disease getting cured. With so much of advancement some people believe that we will easily breach the 90 year limit for life. This time we are listening to a BBC 6 minute English that talks about life expectancy. You can download the audio from –
Listen to the audio below and answer the following questions in NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS –
What does the expression “dead on your feet” mean?
Which phrase reflects the beliefs of an organisation or a person?
What phrase refers to the years a person is likely to live?
What will be USA life expectancy by 2030?
Who according to the world health organisation will be the country with highest longevity?
Which word has the same meaning as being fair and impartial?
Which western country has the lowest obesity rates?
What word is used to refer to the fact that you have been consuming lot of alcohol in short time?
We are living in a world that is surrounded or entirely dependent on computers. Be it the coffee shop that we go in or the big enterprises that tend to rule the world, computers have made their presence felt everywhere. However, there are many people out there who believe, that computers although have made our lives easier, have made people dumb. This time we are listening to a BBC 6 minute audio that revolves around the question of are computers making us dumb!!
Listen to the audio below and answer the following questions in NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS.
What is the short for application?
What is the computer program for a specific purpose called?
Which verb is used to talk about linking or joining one thing to another?
When was the first desktop presented by Olivetti in New York?
Which word means that the computer has stopped working suddenty?
What is the ability to do something well because you have practised it well called?
What is the natural ability to do something called?
Which word describes our ability to imagine and understand what other people might be feeling?
What is the full form of GPS?
Which software helps in avoiding making spelling mistakes when typing on a computer?
What was the first digital computer called?
What was the initial price of the world’s first digital computer?
Who does not want to be famous? To be the one person who everyone is madly and deeply in love with? The kind of person people would like to become like. So, this time we are listening to a BBC 6 minutes audio on fame and being famous.
Listen to the given audio and answer the following questions in NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS.
Which phrase refers to the world of entertainment?
What is the ability to do something well called?
Which word describes the signature of a famous person?
How much was the Michael Jackson’s leather glove with shiny crystals sold for in 2009?
Who is considered to the first modern-style celebrity?
Which word has the similar meaning to product?
Which word describes the way other people see you called?
What word describes fans of Justin Beiber?
What were the fans of Byron called?
Which word describes the actions which cause shock and disapproval among people?
What word describes that someone caused damage to property?