FRIDAY

21 January FRIDAY


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There’s a very common story about the original name the animal, kangaroo. The story is: when some British people went to Australia for the first time an English man asked a local child, “What’s the name of the animal?” and the child says, “Kangaroo”. Kangaroo was an answer meaning “I don’t know” . I’m sure most of you heard this story, but the fact that it’s just a myth and it’s false. Here’s the fact: Kangaroo doesn’t mean “I don’t know” or “I don’t understand”, it is derived from ‘gangurru’, which is a word in the language of the local people of Far North Queensland which means ‘black kangaroo’. 

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Have you ever heard any myths which finally was proved to be false like the kangaroo story above ?


LEARN

​used to ask someone to be kinder to you:
“Don’t make me write it again! Have a heart!”

LEARN/SPEAK
Do you sometimes help other people? When was the last time you helped a stranger?


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CAN’T SPEAK


Food
-what time and what do you usually eat?
-what type of food do you usually eat?
-what is your favorite food?
-what are the best dishes your mother and father cooks?
-which dishes or food do you hate? and why?
-what don’t you usually prefer eating?
-tell us about your favorite restaurants and dishes in Istanbul?
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I CAN SPEAK


friends
-tell us about your best friends at university or high school and your present friends?
-what do you usually do with your friends?
-do you have any specific places where you meet up with your friends?

I CAN SPEAK FLUENTLY


Human rights
-What is a human right?
-What isn’t a human right?
-How can people ensure their human rights?