1. Rearrange Sentences In The Proper Sequence
2. Choose A Meaning That Is Correct.
3. Know The Grammar Functions Of Certain Words
4. Know An Alternative Way To Say Something
5. Determine Which Words Are Synonyms of a Word
6. Reaffirm How Words Are Related
7. Elect A Correct Sentence Among Several Incorrect Ones
8. Expand Your Vocabulary With A Simple Matching Exercise.
9. Determine How A Food Is Different
10. Create A Question From An Answer
11. Use Your Memory To Recall Missing Words.
12. Confirm Why We Use A Certain Thing
Don’t underestimatate the power and value of reading in a loud voice. As you check the Transcripts, divide into easy chunks so you can focus on intonation enunciation practice
How well are you prepared for a natural disaster? Would you be able to survive?
Recent events like hurricanes and tornados (in particular America), tsunamis (small ones all over the world), earthquakes (or mysterious underground explosions), floods, drought, volcanic eruptions (La Palma) and in wildfires (strange almost unprecedented winter outbreaks in Colorado, USA, amongst others), are all making the citizens of the world worried, acutely aware that they must be prepared for any emergency. However unlikely.
Man-made disasters, too, can have equally catastrophic consequences. In developed countries, growing food shortages and food insecurity are increasingly making people rethink the traditional notion of security and put them almost on a war footing
The so-called pandemic, exacerbated by the ineptitude and corruption of politicians is having a devastating effect on the world, with economies either on the brink of or already collapsing, going bankrupt
And so, prepping, or disaster preparedness, has hit the mainstream. And it makes a lot of sense.
What we have here are the bare minimum apocalyptic scenario preparations, the absolute basics on how to survive.
Gather, at the very least, sufficient food and water.