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English Through Songs

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A Power Point Presentation with You Tube Videos for motivational English. The YouTube songs have lyrics. After the viewing, questions and answers are given for elementary English learning.

A Power Point Presentation with You Tube Videos for motivational English. The YouTube songs have lyrics. After the viewing, questions and answers are given for elementary English learning.


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  • 2. # 1 In the Song ‘Top of The World’ Which of the following best describes the song? A Feeling of excitement B Feeling of elation C Feeling of pride D Feeling of achievement 2
  • 3. Answer To # 1 B 3
  • 4. # 2 In the Song ‘Top of The World’ Which word in context can best replace ‘clear’ in the song? A Pure B Obvious C Transparent D True 4
  • 5. Answer to # 2 B 5
  • 6. # 3 In the Song ‘Top of The World’ the words “has learned” can best be replaced by A has recollected B has remembered C has come to know D has studied 6
  • 7. Answer to # 3 C 7
  • 8. # 4 In the Song ‘Top of The World’ Replace the sentence “Things are not the same” by another of similar meaning. 8
  • 9. Suggested Answer to # 4 “Matters are different” 9
  • 10. # 5 In the Song ‘Top of The World’ the word “happiness” appears. Give 2 words of similar meaning to ‘happiness’. 10
  • 11. Suggested Answers to # 5 Gladness Delight Cheerfulness Elation 11
  • 12. # 6 In the Song ‘The Mansion You Stole’ give another word to replace ‘own’ 12
  • 13. Answer to #6 possess 13
  • 14. # 7 In the Song ‘The Mansion You Stole’ The phrase ‘from the start’ is found. ‘start’ can be replaced by ………………. 14
  • 15. Answer to #7 beginning 15
  • 16. # 8 In the Song ‘The Mansion You Stole’ Write another sentence that has the same meaning as “You’ll be sorry” 16
  • 17. Suggested Answer to #8 ‘You will feel regret’ 17
  • 18. # 9 In the Song ‘The Mansion You Stole’ What is the meaning of ‘you cheated on me’? 18
  • 19. Suggested Answer to #9 ‘you were unfaithful to me’. 19
  • 20. # 10 In the Song ‘The Mansion You Stole’ The word ‘see’ from “you’ll see” means A look B believe C imagine D realize 20
  • 21. Answer to # 10 D 21
  • 22. # 11 In the Song ‘Bachelor Boy’ The word ‘stay’ can best be replaced by A enjoy yourself B remain C practise D be peaceful 22
  • 23. Answer to # 11 B 23
  • 24. # 12 In the Song ‘Bachelor Boy’ “I probably will” in the context of the song means A I would want to B I am certainly going to C I am likely to D I must be able to 24
  • 25. Answer to # 12 C 25
  • 26. # 13 In the Song ‘Bachelor Boy’ the root word associated with the word ‘dying’ is A dye B dead C die D deaden 26
  • 27. Answer to #13 C 27
  • 28. # 14 In the Song ‘Bachelor Boy’ Replace the sentence “I’ll never forget” with another sentence of similar meaning. 28
  • 29. Suggested Answer to # 14 “I’ll always remember 29
  • 30. # 15 In the Song ‘Bachelor Boy’ What is the meaning of ‘turtle doves’ in the context of the song? 30
  • 31. Suggested Answer to # 15 ‘dearest devoted loved ones’ 31
  • 32. # 16 In the Song ‘Patches’ ‘shutters’ most probably refers to A the roof tiles B the wall bricks C the window shades D the poles 32
  • 33. Answer to # 16 C 33
  • 34. # 17 In the Song ‘Patches’ What is meant by ‘folks’ in the context of the song? 34
  • 35. Answer to # 17 Parents 35
  • 36. # 18 In the Song ‘Patches’ The word ‘swear’ in the context of the song can best be replaced by the word A promise B pledge C declare D assert 36
  • 37. Answer to # 18 A 37
  • 38. # 19 In the Song ‘Patches’ What probably happened to Patches at the end of the story? 38
  • 39. Suggested Answer to # 19 She probably committed suicide by drowning herself in the river. 39
  • 40. # 20 In the Song ‘Patches’ Why do you think Patches took her own life? 40
  • 41. Suggested Answer to # 20 She was sorrowful because her lover’s parents objected to their marriage and he could not be with her. 41
  • 42. The End May we learn English with Cheer and without any Fear! With Metta, Bro. Oh Teik Bin 42

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