Lesson C-3

Welcome! Please consider how your attitude affects your and other students experience of the lesson.

Be respectful, come prepared with relevant material and show interest in order to have the best possible educational experience.

Learning outcomes

During this lesson, you will:

  • as a group, test how much you learned from the homework

  • learn more about compound-complex sentences

  • listen to a talk on globan English

  • test your listening skills


You will be randomized into groups where you will match the vocabulary with its translations. Have fun!

Lecture compound-complex grammar

Modelling Global culture

'Will English Always Be the Global Language?'

Before listening

Time for the activity: 5 min discussion + 5 min class sharing

You are going to watch a video called Will English Always Be the Global Language? about the history and future of the English language.

Discuss with one or several of your classmates:

What do you think - will English always be the global language?

Please share your thoughts with the rest of the class.

Time for the exercise: 15 minutes

Read the questions on the hand-out before listening.

Answer the questions as we listen to the video Will English Always Be the Global Language?

Once done, we will check the answers.

Listening test

Time for the test: ~15 minutes.

The aim of taking the listening test is for you to get an idea of the level of English 7. Furthermore, it provides Feke with an example of your listening skills. Please note that this test will not be graded but you will receive feedback.

  1. Open Digiexam.

  2. You are going to hear 10 speakers, each one talking about a different aspect.

  3. After each item there will be a short pause for you to choose from the list below what you think is mainly being talked about.

  4. Then write the letter of the aspect you choose in the appropriate box.

  5. You can only use each letter ONCE. The items will be read ONCE only.

Exit ticket

"Today, I learned .."


If you need to practice compound-complex grammar, please use these links