Listenings exam may-june 2016 B1
1. Quitting smoking.
You know that smoking is bad for your body. You also know that the longer you
smoke, the worse it is for your body.
But what you may not know is how good it is for your body to quit smoking and
that the longer you go without smoking, the healthier your body becomes.
After only 20 minutes from your last cigarette, your blood pressure pulse rate and
the temperature up your hands and feet, all returned to
After 8 hours, the nicotine in your bloodstream reduces by
ninety three and a quarter percent.
After 12 hours, your blood oxygen level increases to
normal, while your carbon monoxide level drops to normal.
After 24 hours, you are quitting related anxieties peak and
will return to pre quitting levels, within two weeks.
After 48 hours damaged nerve endings are really growing and your sense of smell
and taste are returning to normal. At this time you're quitting related anger and
After 72 hours, you are 100 percent nicotine free. Your withdrawal symptoms
already peaked, the bronchial tubes in your lungs are relaxing and you're now
After five to eight days you're having an average of three cue induced cravings
each day and no craving lasts longer than three minutes.
After 10 days you have less than to cravings today, each less than three minutes.
After two weeks the blood circulation in your gums and teeth are similar to a non-
After 24 weeks, work putting related anger, anxiety, impatient, insomnia,
restlessness and depression, are gone.
After two weeks to three months, your risk of heart attack eavesdropping and
prolong function is improving.
After three weeks to three months, were circulation is improved were chronic
cough disappeared and you were walking using.
After nine months were sinus congestion 50 and shortness of breath or decrease.
This cilia in your lungs which keep your lungs Queen are we grown and you have
After one year, your excess risk of coronary heart disease, heart attack and stroke,
are now half the excess risk up a smoker.
After five to 15 years, your risk of having a stroke is the same as a non-smoker.
After 10 years your risk of lung cancer is 30 to 50 percent to the smoker's risk.
Your risk of death from lung cancer is reduced by half and your risk of pancreatic
cancer is the same as a non-smoker. Your risk of mouth from and esophagus
cancer is also reduced.
After 13 years, you risk a to floss is the same as a non-smoker.
After 15 years your risk of coronary heart disease, is the same as a non-smoker.
After twenty years, the risk of death from smoking-related causes is now that have
Good as new. Learn how to quit smoking and return your body to health.
Visit quit smoking dot com.
2. Set up a business in 4 steps.
Dreaming about starting your own business, got a brilliant
idea and you just know it could work, well you're not alone.
Many Canadians like you have their own business dreams,
so turn your dream into reality.
It's time to get started. This video is about the four steps
you need to set up a formal legal business in Canada.
Here's a simple example. Let's say you have a dream to start your own business,
doing what you love, designing fun play rooms for kids and let's say you want to
keep it simple for now. No employees, no fancy office just you meeting with clients
such a kitchen table.
Sounds pretty simple, but what do you need to go from a dream was solid business
plan toward official business.
A good business plan is critical. A realistic look at your market, your customers
and your goals current and future. It should map out what success means for
your business. From there, details are the next steps are different in each province
or territory. So, you need to find out how it works where you want to operate
But a typical new business starts with these four steps. The most basic first step
for every new business in Canada, is to choose a legal ownership structure and
for example, you may have trouble choosing between sole proprietorship, really
being the business yourself and incorporation setting up a separate legal entity.
This decision is very important, so visit Canada business dot GC.ca for useful
information to help you decide.
Step two, is to decide on a name what are you gonna call your business. You could
choose to work under your own full name and if you're a sole proprietor, you may
be able to do that with no business license. But if you want to use a unique
business name, you need to apply for a business license.
Step 3's involves getting a business license, the document that allows your
business to operate in a specific province, territory or city.
Step four is registering your business, which is different from getting a business
Registration is about getting a business number to communicate with government
and about setting up your taxes.
So those are the basics, four steps that will get your business started decide on
your legal structure and business name, then look into business licensing and
registration, and there you have it you're on your way.
It need more information, please check online or call toll-free one 8 8 8 576 4444
to speak to a Canada business network specialist in your area or, click this link for
more on this topic and start your business Canada.
1. Starting your own business you may turn your _____________ into reality.
2. The first step to start a new business involves to decide a legal ownership
3. If you want more _____________ information to choose a legal structure, you
can visit the site Canada. business.ca.
4. The main advantage you choose your__________________ is that you don't
need a business license.
5. You need____________ for a business license if you want to use a unique
6. (general) According to the video, the steps you need to set up a legal business
are different in each_____________.
7. The step 3 is about ____________
8. Where you can operate your company having business license? ____________
9. The step 4 is about ____________
10.How can you communicate with the government______?
11.What for can you use your business number _________
4. own name.
5. to apply.
6. province or territory.
7. getting a business license
8. in a specific province territory and city
9. Registering your busisness
10. with your business number
11. to setting up your taxes, too
3. Managing stress
One little piece of paper can have a remarkable effect –
stress, is stressful.
But if you understand a bit about what it is, will be better able to deal with it. First
though, take a few deep breaths. In fact, do that anytime you feel stressed, it
Stress is a survival mechanism.
When danger appears, it can get you out of trouble quickly. Your body crashes up
the gears and throws all its resources into getting you moving. Your heart pumps
furiously to increase blood pressure. Glucose is sent to the muscles as fuel injection
and you become totally focused on what psychologists call fight or flight.
Thing is, this emergency state is only meant to last just long enough get you out
of danger. But, here, in the 21st century, we stress about different things and for
much much longer.
Your brain and body stay on red alert and you will be less to think clearly learn or
Take a few more deep breaths, because as you now know, stress is a physical
reaction and deep breathing helps to counteract its affects.
So, what else can you do? Okay top tips to reduce stress. First, get plenty of
exercise let out all the locked up energy. Now back to the problem, get in control.
Scope out the situation and how you're going to tackle it.
Don't stress alone. Talk to someone. Socialize and have a laugh. You can't laugh
and quake with fear at the same time.
Get down with nature, on a big or small-scale and if your mind, won't stop
Get something else to do, instead.
4. Take a walk in your mind.
Here’s a classic memory system that helps you to remember things by linking them
to different places.
Imagine you have a number of items to buy the shops.
Ok, now think of a journey you know very, very well like this one, and watch to
the nearby bowling alley. You gonna (going to) use the points along this route to
remember the list of objects.
Here's what to do: First, think about the start of your walk say it's coming out of
the front door of your house. And the first item is sausages. So we want to imagine
some sausages and positioned at the front the door. But we want to really
remember them, so no toddlers make them, here you'll have to squeeze random
to get out.
Ok, so that's item one.
The second landmark keep pass in your imaginary walk is a post box and the
second item, is red. You want to associate the bread with the post-box again in
some crazy way that will stick in your mind.
Ok, the next landmark is a slide in the Swing Park and the next thing we want to
remember is eggs. So let's see the eggs, and drum up some action…..Now you got
the idea no problem imagining each of the items in their location.
The phone box suddenly has a pineapple crammed into it. The church get candles,
golden-sierra drips down the steps of the underpass, lovely, and finally at the
bowling alley it´s custard chaos.
Now when using a long journey in your mind you'll be able to remember every
single item, in order, or even backwards. When you have a new list to remember
you can use the same route again, your brain will magically forget where the old
object was and the new one will take its place.
So, it’s official: remembering things it’s a walk in the park. Hey…
5. Learning a new language.
Hey, have you been noticing this change, a change that is
bringing this world closer and a pace never ever seen before?
Yes. I am talking of the change as a result of globalization.
Globalization, no wonder is triumphing in bringing people and
cultures together for the good of humanity. When
globalization is becoming a reality, this reality, demands from
all stakeholders to put more passion into believing the concept. When you are in
Rome, be a Roman.
Learning each other’s culture and languages has become the need of the hour for
us to empathize and appreciate each other’s way of living. Imagine you are an
employer of the Japanese organization working from outside Japan. How awesome
and impressive it would be of manage to converse with your Japanese peers in
Japanese. You would be under good books for sure.
Imagine getting a scholarship and admission calls from the best universities
because you are bilingual. Absolutely the dream come true, isn’t it?
Imagine speaking in Spanish when you are on a South American tour. You would
certainly make your jaunt more comfortable and memorable.
Imagine reading and appreciating French arts, movies and poetry that are
considered to be the finest on the planet.
Imagine speaking, reading and writing in English. For sure, you will be a good
candidate to get your dream job in English speaking nations.
Imagine conversing in Mandarin with locals in China. Savoring the martial arts,
food and culture. What an amazing experience it would be.
With all these feelings of awesomeness, learning a new language and appreciating
different cultures bring to the table another set of benefits. Such as: enhanced
cognitive skills and perceptions, enhanced memory and ability to multitask,
improved decision making capabilities.
With all these gains, who wouldn’t wanna be smarter and successful! If you think,
you can make time to be more global in perception and thoughts, than learning
a foreign languages is apt for you.
6. Amsterdam, a city of bikes.
https://youtu.be/Oq3gIVGFTk4 (la parte que enumera los
monumentos no entra)
(This seems confusing)
The, the hits them bicycling is almost second nature…
the go everywhere bicycle…
Its very fast, it's healthy and there's no commotion at all and it's so quiet and so
much whatever public transport, you never need to wait.
Its, it's a wonderful experience with him and gives you a tremendous amount of
Live from the airport go to Central Station,
And you go and drop your luggage in a hotel, in long come over here and they
want to bike, next to Central Station. To bike is the best way to get around town.
You can rent them everywhere.
You can rent bikes for a few hours and all day are weak armond.
Everybody has bike helps them.
This really part of the culture and you really feel part of the culture once you're on
Go to the market so the bicycle. Here than ever to. On some flowers.
People take the children on their bikes and, and they like it…
Another great day, by Scottsdale Frank Cass.
Next door to the home aboard - and - or is it over to the likes me…
Answer travellers take the bicycling seriously no matter what.
Both brains don't worry you know made of sugar, you don’t melt.
When you go out of offense restaurants or so you don't see the limousines.
Do you see the only bikes?
I find it always the best situation to reflect on life. It’s peaceful just with myself
and my bike.
7. The history of Halloween.
This holiday is also known as All Hallows Eve. Welcome to watch
model ----- and today we’ll learning more about Halloween.
Halloween is a holiday observed annually on October 31st
. --- is celebrated in
some Asian and South American countries is mostly commemorating by Western
Some believe Halloween has pagan origins. It is most commonly linked to the
Celtic Festival up so when which marked the Hannah autumn and the harvest
season. During this period the people at the Gaelic world held feast in honour of
the departed souls entered our round alongside the souls of the deceased.
It was believed that very supernatural beings made their way to West as well but
not all of them were good, as such people started carrying car turnips and wearing
costumes in a possible attempt to deter evil spirits.
Other so in customs included going from home to home together ----, fuel and
offerings for the festival.
When the Roman Empire conquered counter territory leader on summer ancient
Rome's religious traditions such as its festival of the dead were incorporated in
through the celebration up so honoured.
Halloween has also been associated with Christianity because on All Hallows or All
Saints Day on November 1st
, with All Souls Day falling on November 2nd
period obliged religious Europeans to observe various traditions that were in
practice as early as the 12th century. For instance to pray for souls trapped in
purgatory the impoverished went to their neighbour’s homes per soul cakes that
were baked for the occasion.
Meanwhile those trying to hide from potentially vengeful spirits would dress up.
This tradition spread to North America through Irish and Scottish immigration in
the nineteenth century.
It was here that the pumpkin eventually replace the turner as the jack-o-lantern.
Other objects connected with fall, like corn husks and scarecrows were also
adopted as decorations for the home during Halloween.
Thanks to its associations with spirits and the world beyond Halloween has been
linked to paranormal imagery and for figures, so as ticker treating increased in
popularity, many traditional Halloween costumes worn by children became
supernatural in team.
These days costume choices have expanded to include famous people pop culture
characters and more.
Today instead of traveling to a neighbour’s home for soul cakes were other
offerings, the custom involves a request more sweet.
Normally reserved for kids, the practice of going door-to-door is usually
accompanied by participants asking trick-or-treat.
When collecting their candy, playing pranks is also been historically associated
with Halloween. Adult celebrate by also don’t in costume and attending Halloween
Other common activities today, include watching horror movies and sharing go
Halloween is now a lucrative holiday as costumes, candy and horror films are big
business. You'll likely be able to find a screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show
to watch but Halloween attractions like haunted houses, ---- and more are also
For Halloween costume and makeup ideas had to watch model dot com for easy
and fun tutorial videos.
8. Paris Climate Talks.
This month, nearly every nation on Earth will gather in Paris to set
a course for climate action that will protect our planet for
generations to come.
Under President Obama's leadership, we've shown that real
progress is possible.
We've set historic greenhouse gas and fuel economy standards that will
send our cars twice as far on a gallon of gas by the middle of the next decade.
We've made unprecedented investments to cut energy waste in U.S. homes, and
our buildings and appliances -- actions that will save consumers billions of dollars.
We've acted to reduce pollution from H.F.C.s and methane and potent greenhouse
gases that are highly damaging to our climate system.
Our private sector has committed billions of dollars to scale up investments in
clean energy innovations.
And in August, we issued EPA's historic Clean Power Plan, putting the U.S. on track
to slash carbon pollution from the power sector -- our nation's biggest driver of
We are leading by example.
In my lifetime, I've seen progress to heal our environment that makes me sure
to this challenge.
50 years ago, we pumped toxic leaded-gas into our cars; people smoked on
airplanes; and Los Angeles residents couldn't barely see each other across the
street. As a kid in Massachusetts, we'd get out of the water at Boston Harbor
Beaches and had to peel oil and tar off our skin.
Over four and a half decades later, our work together has changed all of that.
We've cut air pollution by 70 percent; we've cleaned up beaches and waterways;
we've helped keep our kids health -- all the while our G.D.P. has tripled.
Innovation has brought solutions to our doorstep.
Today, the U.S. is generating 3 times as much wind power, and 20 times as much
solar power as we did just a short time ago when President Obama first took office.
Our solar industry is now creating jobs 10 times faster than the rest of the
economy; and every major U.S. automaker offers electric vehicles.
We have come so far. But we know we can't go the distance alone.
Nations around the world must come together in Paris and commit to leaving our
kids a healthy, safe planet that is full of promise.
America is seizing this opportunity. I have every confidence the rest of the world
will join us.
9. Nobel Prize Winning Economist.
Interviewee: One thing that I say in some of my books, is that I
recommend that people get a financial advisor, particularly one that
can, can be recommended as devoted to the interests of the clients.
There's a lot of little things that you can mess up, and a while financial advisors
are not always right and some of them are self-centred and they are not really
giving very good advice. There is something to be gained by talking: talking frankly
about your situation, what you want for the future and how are you investing your
money, because people do make mistakes.
Interviewer: Are there any tips you would give to people who are anxious about
saving specifically for retirement?
Interviewee: People are underestimating their savings needs now. The markets
looks pricey now, and interest rates are close to zero. That means that you have
to save more to achieve the same level up retirement.
The people like to talk about the power of compound interest. Well think about
this, if the interest rate is zero, how high is the power of compound interest?
It’s zero too. That means that, if in this environment if you are investing at a zero
interest rate, there is no magnification at your retirement saving, you just you can
take out what you put in and if you're not putting much in, you're not going to get
much at the other end.
1. What does he do in some of his books? In some of his books he ______ that
people get a financial advisor.
2. What does the financial advisor have to be devoted? He has to be devoted to
the ______ of the clients.
3. Which is the reason why you should get a financial advisor? Because there is
a lot of little things that you can mess ______.
4. How do you have to talk with your financial advisor? You have to talk ______
about your situation.
5. Why do you have to talk sincerely? Because people ______ make mistakes.
6. How are the markets now? The markets are ______.
7. What are people underestimating? The people needs their ______ now.
8. How are interest rates? The interest rates are ______.
9. In your retirement saving there isn’t ______.
10.The video talks about some tips for the ______.
6. Pricey, expensive, costly.
7. Savings, reserves, funds.
8. Zero, nothing, naught.
9. Magnification, increase, rise, gain.
10.How often should you shower?
[Voiceover] How often do you shower?
Twice a day?
Some of you may not even shower at all, but how often should you actually
According to dermatologists, Dr. Joshua Zeichner and Dr. Ranella Hirsch, a lot of
the reasons we do it is because of societal norms and that it's really more of a
Well, frequent showering may actually be doing you more harm than good.
Showering too often, especially with hot water, actually is bad for your skin.
You wash away the good bacteria and dry out your skin, which puts small cracks
that put you in higher risk of infection.
If you have babies or toddlers, exposing them to dirt and bacteria may actually
help their skin become less sensitive, preventing allergies and conditions like
So, back to the question.
How often should you shower?
In general, you can probably skip a day or two.
Taking one every two to three days, that doesn't seem so bad, right?
For those no shower days, just use a washcloth or a cleansing toilette on the
grosser parts of your body, under arms, under breasts, genitals, your butt, and
Think of all the water you'll save.
Mother Earth will be pleased.
Of course, your showering needs will depend on climate and how active you are,
but be reasonable.
If you're filthy, hit the showers.
11. If today were the last day of my life
In I'm for the past 33 years, I looked in the mirror every morning
and ask myself: if today were the last day in my life, what I wanna do what I'm
about to do today?
And whenever the answer has been no for too many days in a row, I know I need
to change something.
Remembering that I'll be dead soon, is the most important tool I've ever
encountered to help me make the big choices in life, because almost everything
all external expectations all pride of your embarrassment or failure these things
just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important.
Remembering that you were going to die, is the best way I know to avoid the trap
of thinking you have something to lose.
You are already naked, there is no reason, not to follow your heart.
About a year ago, I was diagnosed with cancer. I had a scan at 7:30 in the morning
and it clearly showed a two-year on my pay increase. I didn't even know what a
pay increase was.
The doctors told me this was, almost certainly, a type of cancer that is incurable
and that I should expect to live no longer, injury to six months.
My doctor advised me to go home and get my affairs in order, which is doctor code
for prepare to die.
It means to try and tell your kids everything. You thought you'd have the next 10
years to tell, just a few minutes.
The means to make sure everything is buttoned up so that will be as easy as
possible freemen. It means to say you're the bombs.
12. Would a fast-food rate improve people’s health?
The underlying assumption is, fast food is bad for your health.
And the question was whether the pricing up fast food influenced
how much fast-food people consumed.
And the answer was yes, it does influence, but it influences as might have been
expected, but isn't obvious poor people more then known then, not poor people
meaning that as prices all fast-food go up, everybody it's a little bit less fast food,
but people with few economic resources, are influence much more by the prize,
than people who have more resource.
Fast-food is bad for your health. It increases obesity which is a major public health
issue and there are ways of influencing fast food consumption that we should be
For example air as a country our government subsidizes corn syrup which goes
into fast food.
It does not subsidize the production of fruits and vegetables, so perhaps we should
put more resources into subsidizing healthy foods such as fruits and vegetables
and fewer into subsidizing corn and corn syrup.
We're working on additional resource search on what we're calling OP, so janik
environment, which have to do which has to do not just with the available only to:
fast food but also on the good things in the environment that could produce
obesity, searches places to exercise run, safe neighbourhood’s and so for so, if
there are more actually, there's more work for us coming from the same day to
the cardia data understaffed.
13. Lose weight by avoiding low-fat food products
Nutritionist Chris, here.
Our time to stop low fat food products. Why do we eat low fat
food products? Because you wanna lose fat.
Is it working? Apparently not because people keep eating more and more low fat
food products and they don't seem to be losing weight. Why not? What is the
Issue is, that they're removing the fat from the food. Those fat, make you fat? Not
necessarily, that's a topic for another time.
If you take the fat out on the food, which is actually the part that tastes good, the
food tastes terrible.
So how they make the food taste good when they take out fat and add lots of
sugar? And is the sugar had actually been seeking weight.
So here is my sure-fire tips:
The way to stop gaining weight: Stop purchasing in eating low-fat food products.
Your body will thank you. Your pocketbook and your bank account will thank you
because those products are so expensive.
Stop buying them, stop eating them.
Eat food, not food products. Thanks and have a great day.
1_ People eat low fat food products because they want...............fat.
2_ According to the video, people who eat low fat food products don´t lose
3_The low-fat products have good ………… because they add very much sugar.
4_If you want to stop gaining weight, you have to stop………..low-fat products.
5_Your bank account will thank you if you stop buying low-fat products because
they are ……………
1_ to lose.
14. Weight Control - The Simple Truth About Weight Loss and Gain
Keeping a healthy weight is crucial.
If you are underweight, overweight, or obese, you may have a higher
risk of certain health problems.
About two-thirds of adults in the US are overweight or obese.
Achieving a healthy weight can help you control your cholesterol, blood pressure
and blood sugar.
It might also help you prevent weight-related diseases, such as heart disease,
diabetes, arthritis and some cancers.
Eating too much or not being physically active enough, make you overweight. To
maintain your weight the calories you eat must equal the energy you burn. To lose
weight you must use more calories than you eat.
A weight control strategy might include choosing low-fat, low-calorie foods, eating
smaller portions, drinking water instead of sugary drinks, being physically active.
Likewise, eating extra calories within a well-balanced diet can help to add weight.
15. Why are these monkeys stealing from tourists?
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Raising or dangerous they worked out exactly how to get what they want.
Like taking candy from children it really is.
You have a gangster, taxes and sunglasses hitman.
Hey guys… an hour a monkey's been stealing all sorts of stuff flip flops sunglasses,
managed to hang on to my own people hats. I'm told they even Nick their iPhones
the interesting thing is, that they're taking all this stuff which is valuable to us
humans but they're not taking any food.
I spoke too soon about my sunglasses, but this daylight robbery he still all about
not in the way that you ever expect, so you understand what they're up to I'm
giving them an irresistible opportunity.
You see, these monkeys want something in return for my phone and then we told
one thing, holding people two reason.
Have answer ok he's got a system by which I may be able to do this bartering.
…thinks of peanuts as try something a little bit more valuable her,
maybe…bananas, particular interest in the OC the last price I have is this protein
in the form of eggs if anything's gonna get my phone back is this.
16. Hi, Doc, are your hands clean?
Hand hygiene is the most powerful way of preventing the
spread of bacteria and viruses in hospital.
And yet, compliance rates among North American health care workers can range
from as high as 87% to as low as 30%. So would you feel comfortable asking your
nurse or doctor to wash their hands?
Young: “Not really. We would hope they've already done that sanitizing job
properly before seeing us”.
Lady: “Yes, it's very important because you're being touched in places where
you're not usually touched!”
Woman: “It would probably feel that I'm undermining then in a way so I think it's
a difficult question to broach”.
To make this question easier, Sunnybrook has launched a new campaign called
Clean Hands Matter. Patients are given information at the bedside about what hand
hygiene measures to expect. And if they don't see it or aren't sure, patients are
encouraged to ask, a message reinforced on posters and by buttons wore by staff.
Dr. Mary Vearncombe says the initiative has been piloted on three units and been
very well received by both patients and staff.
"And indeed on all of the units, the hand hygiene compliance did go up several
percentage points. Our patients have become and are becoming much more
sophisticated about their health care”.
As a physician, Dr. Jeremy Gilbert says he would never be offended by being
asked about hand hygiene.
“I look at it as a relationship I have with patients, that I'm there for them.
And this is one way I'm there for them and if I didn't wash my hands I'm actually
doing them a disservice”.
Man: “I think it's a great idea. It lets you know they are taking care of themselves
and taking care of you. I wouldn't hesitate if I ever saw somebody not washing
Because of this success, this initiative will soon be incorporated in all patient units
at Sunnybrook, including the Holland Centre and St. John's rehab. With
Sunnyview, I'm Monica Matys.
17. David Suzuki's Saving Tips
All steam is wasted energy. To operate a dishwasher most efficiently, air dry the
Use it when you have a full load. Don't use the rinse hold cycle and turn it on
when you go to bed.
How to save up to seventy five dollars a year? Easy, replace the five most used
bulbs in your home, with these.
Lighting accounts for twenty five percent of home energy use, so turn off the
lights when you leave the room and install dimmer switches to lower lighting in
rooms you're in.
Only use light when you need it.
Install motion detectors for lights outside the home. I'd never call myself a
gourmet chef but I do try to be an efficient cook.
I use a microwave wherever possible because it needs seventy to eighty percent
less energy than a conventional oven. Use cold water to do laundry because
ninety percent of the energy used by washing, is to heat the water. And take the
pressure off the grid by doing laundry at bedtime.
A blanket keeps us warm by trapping heat from our body and guess what it does
the same thing with a hot water tank.
18. THE STORY OF MALALA YOUSAFZAI
"I have rights, I have the right of Education, I have the right to play, I have the
right to sing, I have the right to talk, I have the right to go to market, I have the
right to speak up"
She's become the voice for girls around the world in 2011 CNN interview Malala
Yousafzai the Pakistani girl who games International headlines two years
earlierars ago and speaking up for girls education through a Blog she writes
under a pseudonym.
I see my name in the newspaper I feel like God has given this honor to me and I
should have accepted.
Malala's life changed forever on October 9th 2012.
Malana way home from school in Pakistan's SWAT Valley a group of armed
Taliban boarded his schoolbus asked for her by name and shot her in the head.
To other classmates wounded in the attack, but Malala has injuries were so
severe doctors didn't think she'd survive.
She was early lifted to a military Hospital in Peshawar she had surgery to remove
the bullet lodged in her shoulder.
From the UAE to Germany to the US doctors from around the world offered to
treat the hunger.
But Malala through to the UK but she continued treatment at the Queen Elizabeth
Hospital in Birmingham.
When hearing about the attack people around the world where inspired by her
courage many attended provincials and their candels.
Other student support of our effort throughout in Raleigh is holding up my
picture and demanding change
Malala was discharged from the hospital in January and underwent reconstructive
surgery a month later.
2011, when asked why it was important for her to take out the schools she told a
"If my people and my schoolfails in the bed on the girls education and the and
the Taliban so I told that I must stand up for my rights, the right of Education,
the right for peace"
Malala is attending school in the UK but she continues her fights for education
and worldwide support for her continued use despite stress from the Taliban.
Fionnuala Sweeney CNN from New York.