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v Aims of activity one:
1) To make students aware of the musicality of spoken English.
2) To practise the rise and fall of intonation while speaking or reading.
þ Answers to activity four.
There are five types of alternative energies (down): solar (up), wind (up), biomass (up), and hydroelectric (down)All of them can be produced in our country because we have the following natural resources (down): the wind (up), the sun (up), the mountains (up)…
However, solar energy is by far the most viable (down). It is cheaper (up), safer (up) and less polluting (down).SONELGAZ has already built power plants in Biskra (up), Djelfa (up), Hassi Rmel (up) and other localities in the South of Algeria (down).
Activity Two: Consider the consonants and vowel sounds in the boxes and answer the following questions. (Class work)L Note:
This activity could be confusing to many students due to the ‘very’ possible diversity of students’ linguistic backgrounds (different varieties and locally spoken dialects of a language). The Arabic language is, therefore, the language in question.