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UNIT 10 NATURE IN DANGER. PART C: LISTENING. Before you listen. Work in pairs: Look at the pictures and name them. Cuc Phuong National Park. Cat Tien National Park. Bach Ma National Park. Before you listen. Vocabulary. - scenic features ['si:nik 'fi:t∫ə]

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UNIT 10

NATURE IN DANGER

PART C: LISTENING

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Before you listen

Work in pairs:

Look at the pictures and name them.

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Before you listen

Vocabulary

- scenic features ['si:nik 'fi:t∫ə]

- approximately [ə'prɔksimitli](adv)

- devastating ['devəsteitiη] (adj.)

- vehicles ['vi:hikl](n)

- maintenance ['meintənəns](n)

maintain [mein'tein] (v)

E.g.: They maintain friendly relations with us

- completely [kəm'pli:tli](adv)

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1. National parks protects and preserve the natural beauty of the land.

2. They usually contain a variety of scenic features.

3. All national parks are in danger of being destroyed.

4. Large areas of national parks can be destroyed by fire.

5. Visitors do not help to preserve and protect national parks.

While you listen

 Task 1:Listen to the passage and decide if the following statements are true (T) or false (F).

T

T

Many

F

T

T

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While you listen

 Task 2: Listen again and answer the questions

1. How may national parks are there in the United States?

- There are 52 national parks in the United States

2. How many people visit national parks every year?

- Millions of people visit national parks every year.

3. Can you name some problems which national parks are facing currently?

- Rare animals are killed or hunted for fur, skin or other....

- Trees are cut down for wood.

- Forest fires

- Pollution from visitors’ vehicles

4. What should be done to protect them?

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While you listen

4. What should be done to protect them?

  • Rare animals and trees should be protected.
  • Fires caused by careless people should be limited.
  • Pollution from their vehicles should be decreased.
  • Money should be raised for the parks’ staff and maintenance of their sources.
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After you listen

Summarize the passage

 Fill in each gap with a suitable word.

National parks are to protect and (1) ................... the natural beauty of land. They (2) ............... a variety of scenic features. There are (3) .................. national parks in the UAS and (4) ................ of people visit it every year. Many national parks are in (5) ............... of being destroyed. If their problems are not solved, they will be (6) ............................ completely.

preserve

contain

52

millions

danger

destroyed

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Homework

- Do all the exercises in the textbook again.

- Prepare UNIT 11 : Writing