NB-1 UNIT-2

ACTIVITY 1

Numbers

LINKS:

PHONE NUMBERS LISTENING

INDIVIDUAL NUMBERS LISTENING

NUMBER COMPREHENSION EXERCISE

LINKS:

ACTIVITY 2

Countries and nationalities

ACTIVITY 3

Gossiping: ask your partner as many questions as you can think of to get his/her personal information. Then swap partners and tell your new partner what you have learnt.

Eg. His name is…/Her name is…/ His/Her date of birth is…/His/Her mobile number is…

LINKS:

Ex 1     Ex 2     Ex 3

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6 Responses to NB-1 UNIT-2

  1. Manu Mendoza says:

    thanks for your help and thanks for the links and exercises.

  2. Crispina says:

    I like your blog , its very interesting for my daughter Helia and for me. Helia is eigth ,you and she are my helpers.Thanks.

    Crispina a student NB1

  3. Honorat R. Ros says:

    Les desenes (40, 50, 60, etc.) del document canadenc (Canadian Style English) em sonen distintes a com crec haver-les sentit a classe. Ho intente en anglès:
    Is the tens’s pronuntiation in the Canadian Style English different of the british pronuntiation?

    • The pronunciation is slightly different, particularly because Americans and Canadians often do not pronounce the “t” in these numbers. But in British English we often don’t either. Don’t worry!!!

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