• Find the words that mean …
  • Match the words with the definitions
  • We use this when we mean that someone continues to do something, often something negative. Look at this example from the text
  • Match the beginnings with the endings




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    1,2 - THE GUARDIAN WEEKLY Elementary (2)
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    Match the beginnings with the endings: 
    1. Before 1999 … 
    2. The Tuvalans became rich … 
    3. The biggest problem for the Tuvalans … 
    4. By the end of the century … 
    5. The Tuvalans are spending their money … 
    6. It costs Tuvalu $1.5 million a year … 
    7. The total area of Tuvalu … 
    8. When the sea rises … 
    a. … is global warming. 
    b. … on roads, cars and new buildings.
    c. … is just 26 square kilometres. 
    d. … Tuvalu was the third-poorest country in the world. 
    e. … the sea will cover the islands completely. 
    f. … the Tuvalans will have to leave their islands. 
    g. … to be a member of the United Nations. 
    h. … when they sold their internet domain name. 
    Find the words that mean … 
     
    1. very, very small 
    2. very large 
    3. unusual 
    4. unbelievable 
    5. the opposite of ‘passive’ 
    6. the opposite of ‘common’ 
    7. the opposite of ‘poor’ 
    8. easy


    © Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2005 
    Taken from the news section in 
    www.onestopenglish.com
    Match the words with the definitions 
    1. diabetes 
    2. flood 
    3. cyclone 
    4. rubbish dump 
    5. immigrant 
    6. turquoise 
    a. a very powerful tropical storm 
    b. a person arriving from another country to live in a new country 
    c. a disease in which the body cannot process sugar 
    d. a colour that is between green and blue 
    e. a place where people put waste 
    f. a situation where water covers the land 
    We use this when we mean that someone continues to do something, often 
    something negative. 
     
    Look at this example from the text: 
     
    The Tuvalans keep spending their dollars. 
     
    Make more sentences using these key words:
     
    1. the sea/rise 
    2. the Tuvalans/buy/cars 
    3. they/build/roads 
    4. the temperature/go up 
    5. the Tuvalans/spend/their money 
    6. they/argue/about global warming 


    © onestopenglish.com 2002 | This page can be photocopied.

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