E4-1DetHaitiMockExam

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E4-1DetHaitiMockExam

  1. 1. ENGLISH 4 LISTENING GLOBAL PROBLEMS/MOCK EXAM HAITI FROM : BBC , WORLD NEWS FOR CHILDREN, FRIDAY 22 0CTOBER 2O10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Hi there, I'm Ricky from the BBC World News for Children. It's Friday the 22nd of October. Coming up: We've got massive news about Wayne Rooney. And how melting ice caps are causing storms. But first, to Haiti where a d__________ (1) ………………………… (2 kill) at least one hundred and thirty five people. Officials are worried that it could be cho__________ (3) - an i__________ (4) that can be deadly and is passed on through food and w__________ (5) . F__________ (6) the earth__________ (7) in Haiti, lots of people live in camps, where the conditions can be crowded and unhygienic. Experts th__________ (8) if the d__________ (1) reaches those areas, it could travel quickly. The World H__________ (9) Organisation is working to stop it sp__________ (10), their spokesperson Gregory Hartl says people need to be educated about the d__________ (11). CLIP: "People will probably not be very familiar with what to do, in terms of both recognising the s__________ (11) and where to go for tr__________ (12), and also how to pr__________ (13) it from sp__________ (10). So, there are big challenges at the moment in Haiti." PODCAST AND SCRIPT : http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldclass/bulletin_scripts.shtml
  2. 2. ENGLISH 4 LISTENING GLOBAL PROBLEMS/MOCK EXAM HAITI FROM : BBC , WORLD NEWS FOR CHILDREN, FRIDAY 22 0CTOBER 2O10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Hi there, I'm Ricky from the BBC World News for Children. It's Friday the 22nd of October. Coming up: We've got massive news about Wayne Rooney. And how melting ice caps are causing storms. But first, to Haiti where a disease (1) has killed (2 kill) at least one hundred and thirty five people. Officials are worried that it could be cholera (3) - an illness (4) that can be deadly and is passed on through food and water (5) . Following (6) the earthquake (7) in Haiti, lots of people live in camps, where the conditions can be crowded and unhygienic. Experts think (8) if the disease (1) reaches those areas, it could travel quickly. The World Health (9) Organisation is working to stop it spreading (10), their spokesperson Gregory Hartl says people need to be educated about the disease (1). CLIP: "People will probably not be very familiar with what to do, in terms of both recognising the symptoms (11) and where to go for treatment (12), and also how to prevent (13) it from spreading (10). So, there are big challenges at the moment in Haiti." PODCAST AND SCRIPT : http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldclass/bulletin_scripts.shtml

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