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L5T1F - It's a mystery.
In this lesson, you're going to learn about the Loch Ness Monster mystery.
Task One: Click on the link. Watch the video about today's mystery.
Task Two: Watch the video and practise saying the words.
Task Three: Write the words under the pictures.
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Task Four: Ed Winchester presents a show called "It’s a mystery". Every week he talks about a different mystery.
This week, Ed is talking about the Loch Ness Monster mystery. Listen to the show and choose the best words to complete the sentences below.
1. Saint Columba saw Nessie about __________ years ago.
2. Scientists think that people misidentify Nessie from logs, boats and __________.
3. Robert Wilson took a photo of Nessie in the year __________, but it was shown to be a hoax in 1994.
4. Scientists from the University of Chicago claimed that they heard an animal using echolocation to find prey in __________.
5. The BBC looked for Nessie for __________ weeks in 2003, but they found nothing.
6. A photo from the Apple Maps satellite in 2014 seemed to show a large underwater animal with a __________ coming from it.
Task Five: Listen to Kelly. What does she think about the mystery?
Task Six: Are the statements below true or false?
Kelly thinks that the Loch Ness Monster is real.
Kelly thinks that there are only a few hoax pictures of the Loch Ness Monster.
Kelly thinks that people will find the Loch Ness Monster in the future.
Clear selection
Task Seven: Listen to Greg. What does he think about the mystery?
Task Eight: Are the statements below true or false?
Greg doesn't believe that the Loch Ness Monster is real.
Greg says there's probably a big family of Loch Ness Monsters.
Greg thinks that people don't want to see or find the monster.
Clear selection
Task Nine: Watch the video and answer the questions with your own ideas.
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