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Learning Vocabulary - Staying Connected

Learning Vocabulary - Staying Connected

In this week’s Premier Skills English podcast, Rich and Jack talk about how technology can bring people from all over the world closer together. The language focus is on language we use on social media. The task is to describe the advantages and disadvantages of always being online. There is a new football phrase for you to guess too. Enjoy!

Transcript

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Introduction

Jack: Happy New Year Rich!

Rich: Happy New Year Jack!

Jack: Did you get my email?

Rich: What email?

Jack: I sent you a New Year gif!

Rich: Oh … no. Maybe it’s in my spam folder.

Jack: Your spam folder! Have you got my emails down as junk mail?

Rich: Er … no of course not … it’s just that … I don’t know how they get there … here it is. Let me open it. Happy New Year ah … another cat video .. I think I’ll leave your message there!

Welcome

Rich: Hello my name’s Rich

Jack: and I’m Jack

Rich: and welcome to this week’s Premier Skills English podcast

Jack: Where we talk about football and help you with your English.
What’s happening this week, Rich?

Rich: In this week’s podcast, we’re talking about how people stay connected.

Jack: That’s right. The world we live in is getting smaller and smaller

Rich: No, it isn’t.

Jack: No, not physically Rich. I mean nowadays people go and work and live in different parts of their countries and even different parts of the world.

Rich: You’re right. I’m not sure about other countries but in the past, most people would live most of their lives in the city or region they were born in. It was really unusual to go and live abroad.

Jack: Exactly. It’s becoming easier to move around the world and the world is more and more connected. That’s why I said the world is getting smaller.

Rich: Ah! I see. So, in this week’s podcast, we’re going to be talking about some of the advantages and disadvantages of always being connected and language we use when we are online and using social media.

Jack: And don’t forget to listen to the end of the podcast because we have another football phrase for you to guess!

Topic Focus

Rich: On the Premier Skills English website last month we had visitors from 135 different countries. All of these people from all over the world in the same place - on this website.

Jack: Did you know that someone signed up on Premier Skills English from Bouvet Island?

Rich: I didn’t. Where’s that?

Jack: It’s an uninhabited island in Antarctica.

Rich: Wow! Maybe the visitor was a Polar bear!

Jack: Maybe a penguin … polar bears live in the Arctic, not the Antarctic.

Rich: Ah yes, of course. Anyway, it shows how much closer we all are in the world. Do you know the Liverpool player Ragnar Klavan?

Jack: He sounds like he should be in Game of Thrones.

Rich: He got the winning goal for Liverpool the other week and he became the 97th different nationality to score in the Premier League.

Jack: Where’s he from?

Rich: Estonia. 97 different nationalities have scored a goal in the Premier League but 106 nationalities have played Premier League football so we might get 100 goal scorers soon!

Jack: So all these players and people living abroad in different countries. How do they stay connected? How do they keep in touch?

Rich: Technology has made things much simpler. We don’t write letters anymore

Jack: We use social media like Facebook to stay connected with friends and family. How many friends have you got on facebook?

Rich: Not sure. I lost count when I hit a thousand friends!

Jack: Really? And how many followers have you got on Instagram and twitter?

Rich: Thousands - hard to keep track as I get so many new followers every day.

Jack: Really?

Rich: No, not really, I’m not even on twitter. But lots of people post messages on Facebook and share pictures on Instagram to stay in touch with people.

Jack: Some people are always logged on to Facebook and other social media like Instagram and Twitter.

Rich: It can be difficult to log off sometimes. But people don’t only use social media to keep in touch. People Skype and Whatsapp each other all the time.

Jack: People share photos, tag friends in their photos, share gifs, videos and memes.

Rich: But it can be too much sometimes, can’t it?

Jack: What do you mean?

Rich: Well, you know, it never stops sometimes. They’re always interrupting other things. In the cinema beep, beep, beep in the classroom, beep beep beep, trying to get to sleep beep beep.

Jack: You can turn your phone off, you know.

Rich: Yeah, I know but then you might miss something important.

Jack: But that’s a problem in itself. Because people are afraid of missing out online, they end up missing out on the real world.

Rich: Yeah. When you’re out with your friends, there’s always someone on a phone or sometimes everybody is talking to ‘friends’ on Facebook or Whatsapp. You can just walk past groups of friends on a night out together and they’re all looking at their phones.

Jack: That makes you sound a bit old, Rich. But I do know what you mean.

Rich: That’s because you’re a bit old too.

Jack: I can’t stand it when you go to a football match and all you can see is phone screens. Why do people want to film the match? If you want to watch it, you can watch on TV.

Rich: Yeah, I know. On one hand you want to enjoy the match but on the other hand you want everybody to know you were there!

Jack: Ah, so that’s what it’s all about. Letting people know where you are. Do you think I should share a selfie from my desk?

Rich: No. Too boring. Nobody wants to see you at your desk. You’re not going to get any likes or comments. When you have a thousand friends, like me, you have to share things that are more interesting.

Jack: Right - like that cat gif I sent you.

Rich: No, please. No more cat videos.

Language focus

Jack: In the last section we used lots of words and phrases connected to social media.

Rich: We’re now going to look at some of the things that we do on social media and the language we use.

Jack: Most people post things on social media. Here, to post something means to put some kind of information on social media.

Rich: We post in different ways. We might share a photo or a video. We might check in - which means to tell people where you are.

Jack: But when is a post not a post?

Rich: Is this a joke?

Jack: No. A post is called a tweet on twitter for example and some people will send a WhatsApp, an SMS or a message if they are writing to you directly.

Rich: And if you really like your post or tweet you can pin it to the top of the page so it stays there longer than the rest of your posts.

Jack: We use lots of language to react to other people's posts too. We can like someone’s post but on facebook, we can also love or hate something.

Rich: You can also say wow if you really like it or haha if you think it’s funny.

Jack: On some websites with comments you can upvote a comment if you like it or downvote a comment if you don’t.

Rich: Making comments can be dangerous!

Jack: Why?

Rich: Maybe someone will troll you?

Jack: Troll me?

Rich: This is when someone writes a comment to make you angry or to make fun of you.

Jack: Or someone could flame you! To flame someone means to write something abusive or insulting. Not very nice.

Rich: No. There’s more language we use on social media. There are quite a few words connected to people. On Facebook, for example, we can friend or unfriend someone.

Jack: You can also follow a person or something like a band or football club.

Rich: If you follow someone you will receive that person’s posts on your timeline.

Jack: You can also tag people. You normally tag people in photos. This means that you add people’s names to photos that you or other people post.

Rich: Tag, post, troll, flame, we’re looking at quite a lot of language here. We’ve got more for you to look at on the website page and some activities for you to check your understanding.

Task

Jack: Your task this week is to join the discussion about social media and technology.

Rich: We spoke earlier about some of the advantages and disadvantages about using social media and technology to keep in touch with friends and family.

Jack: We want your opinions. What are the advantages of always being digitally connected?

Rich: And what are the disadvantages …

Jack: Let us know your opinions in the comments section at the bottom of the page ... and please, no trolling or flaming.

Football Phrase

Rich: Have you got a football phrase for us this week?

Jack: Yes, I have, but first, last week’s football phrase. The phrase was indirect free kick. This is what the referee gives if a player is obstructed; when a player gets in the way of another player. When an indirect free kick is given you can’t shoot at goal.

Rich: Quite a few of you got it right. Well done to Liubomyr from Ukraine, Kwesimanifest from Ghana, Lakerwang from China, and Elghoul from Algeria. You all got it right! What’s this week’s phrase, Jack?

Jack: The phrase is ****-**** **********. The phrase is what is used to detect if a goal has been scored or not. Sometimes it is very difficult for a referee to see if a goal has been scored so this system is being used in the Premier League for the first time this season.
Rich: Right, that’s all we have time for this week! Don’t forget to write your answers to our questions and make a guess at our football phrase in the comments below.

Jack: Bye for now and enjoy your football!

Vocabulary

How much did you understand?

In the podcast, Rich and Jack used some words and phrases that might be new for you. Do you know the words in bold?

Jack: Did you get my email?

Rich: What email? 

Jack: I sent you a New Year gif!

Rich: Oh … no. Maybe it’s in my spam folder.

Jack: Your spam folder! Have you got my emails down as junk mail?

There were a few more tricky words in the podcast. Do you know what they all mean? Try the activity below, then, listen to the podcast again to hear how we used the words.

Activity 1

Activity 1: In this activity, try to match the words and phrases to the descriptions.
Can you match the words to the descriptions?

Where is the hashtag in this photo? Do you use them on social media?

Language

Social Media

In the podcast, we spoke a lot about the language of social media and the things we do when sharing messages, photos and videos and also reacting to our friend's photos, messages and videos. We separated the language into four different sections:

  • Messages
  • Reactions
  • People
  • Platform

Let's look at some of the language we use to talk about each of the above sections.

Messages

Messages are usually used on platforms such as Whatsapp or other messenger services to send messages or an SMS directly between two people. On social media, we send a message to a group of people and we use different words to describe this depending on the social media we are using. For example, on Facebook we post something and on Twitter, we tweet something. When you post something or tweet something you can then pin it to the top of the page. This means that this post or tweet will stay at the top of your page until you unpin it.

Reactions

There are lots of ways to react to a post or tweet. You can like or love something. On Facebook, you can add different reactions. You can add a wow if you think something is amazing, a haha if you think something is funny, or a sad or angry face if the post makes you feel sad or angry. Another way to react to a post is by making a comment. Other people react in different ways on social media. Sometimes people are trolled online. This means that someone writes a comment to make you angry or make fun of you. People often try to troll famous people to get a reaction from them.

People

There are quite a few words we use to talk about connecting to people on social media. On Facebook, you can add a friend or friend someone. You can also unfriend someone if you don't want to disconnect from someone on social media. On Twitter and Instagram, you follow friends, famous people, companies and brands. You can also follow people on Facebook and you will get all their news in your timeline. You can also tag people in photographs or mention people or brands on Twitter. You might tag a friend in a photo to let them know about the photo or you might use a hashtag (#) on Twitter to be part of a bigger conversation.

Platform

These are the words you need to understand to use social media and other online services. You first need to register or sign up for services such as Facebook or Instagram, which is when you give a service your personal information. You then choose a username and a password which you need to log on each time you want to use the service. You need to remember to log off when you finish using the service.

In the activity below, look at the vocabulary and try to put the words into the correct category.

Activity 2

Activity 2: In this activity, you have to match the words to the categories.
Can you put the words in the right categories?

Do you use social media on your mobile phone?

Language

Advantages and Disadvantages

In the podcast, Jack and Rich spoke about some of the benefits and drawbacks of social media and always being connected to friends and family online. Have a look at this conversation from the podcast. Can you see the phrases in bold that are being used to contrast two things.

Jack: Why do people want to film the match? If you want to watch it, you can watch on TV.

Rich: Yeah, I know. On one hand you want to enjoy the match on the other hand you want everybody to know you were there!

Jack: Ah, so that’s what it’s all about.

There are other phrases that you can use to contrast ideas. Have a go at this activity to learn a few more useful phrases.

Do you follow any football teams on social media? Which team is this?

Task

Advantages and Disadvantages of staying connected

Your task this week is to give your opinion about the advantages and disadvantages of always being connected through technology.

What are the benefits of being able to contact people whenever and wherever you want?

What are the drawbacks of being able to contact people whenever and wherever you want?

Can you think of two advantages and two disadvantages?

Write your answers in the comments section below. Try to use some of the phrases of contrast from teh previous activity.

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Ahmed Adam Mamado's picture
Ahmed Adam Mamado
10/01/2018
SD
2134
points

Correct me.

Hi teacher Jack & teacher Rich!
Hi everybody! Hope all of you are having a great time here on the PSE and in the real world as well!!

Thanks for this lovely podcast.

The benefits of being able to contact people whenever and wherever you want are: It saves time and no effort is needed.

The advantages of always being connected through technology are: You will get the news instantly as they occur, and you will always be in touch with friends and family.

The disadvantages are: you will be obsessed by technology. Some people can't wait to know what's going on. They almost can't stop themselves from refreshing their FB or Twitter accounts every 5 minutes and that will negatively affect their health. Also staying on line most of the time will make you less productive unless your job requires that.

Football phrases, the "**** **** **********"


Ahmed Adam Mamado's picture
Ahmed Adam Mamado
10/01/2018 20:51
Sudan
Liverpool
2134

Correct me.

Hi teacher Jack & teacher Rich!
Hi everybody! Hope all of you are having a great time here on the PSE and in the real world as well!!

Thanks for this lovely podcast.

The benefits of being able to contact people whenever and wherever you want are: It saves time and no effort is needed.

The advantages of always being connected through technology are: You will get the news instantly as they occur, and you will always be in touch with friends and family.

The disadvantages are: you will be obsessed by technology. Some people can't wait to know what's going on. They almost can't stop themselves from refreshing their FB or Twitter accounts every 5 minutes and that will negatively affect their health. Also staying on line most of the time will make you less productive unless your job requires that.

Football phrases, the "**** **** **********"

lakerwang
09/01/2018
CN
76
points

Thanks to modern technology, I can discuss work stuff with my colleagues or talk about football with my friends even if we are not together. but with continuous message pushing,I find myself being not able to focus my attention on my work.
This week's phrase is ****-**** **********.


lakerwang
09/01/2018 15:54
China
Chelsea
76

Thanks to modern technology, I can discuss work stuff with my colleagues or talk about football with my friends even if we are not together. but with continuous message pushing,I find myself being not able to focus my attention on my work.
This week's phrase is ****-**** **********.

Rich's picture
Rich
10/01/2018
ES
248
points

Technology definitely has both benefits and drawbacks. Good work on the football phrase!

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team


Rich's picture
Rich
10/01/2018 08:19
Spain
Liverpool
248

Technology definitely has both benefits and drawbacks. Good work on the football phrase!

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team

Liubomyr's picture
Liubomyr
09/01/2018
UA
2004
points

I think that the phrase is a ‘****-**** **********’


Liubomyr's picture
Liubomyr
09/01/2018 11:04
Ukraine
Watford
2004

I think that the phrase is a ‘****-**** **********’

admin's picture
admin
09/01/2018
GB
206
points

Well done Liubomyr!


admin's picture
admin
09/01/2018 11:21
United Kingdom
Arsenal
206

Well done Liubomyr!

Emir Veličanstveni's picture
Emir Veličanstveni
08/01/2018
BA
1406
points

This week's phrase is ****-**** **********.
Correct me,
I skype every day with my girlfriend, she lives in Manchester and we can be in touch only on skype and of course in person when she come to my city.
I think social media is useful if you using it in right way.


Emir Veličanstveni's picture
Emir Veličanstveni
08/01/2018 23:51
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Arsenal
1406

This week's phrase is ****-**** **********.
Correct me,
I skype every day with my girlfriend, she lives in Manchester and we can be in touch only on skype and of course in person when she come to my city.
I think social media is useful if you using it in right way.

admin's picture
admin
09/01/2018
GB
206
points

Hi Emir Emir Veličanstveni

Here are a few corrections. I have highlighted some mistakes and then left you some hints so you can correct yourself.

I skype every day with my girlfriend, she lives in Manchester and we can be in touch only on skype and of course in person when she come to my city.

I think social media is useful if you using it in right way.

  1. ____ in touch. You are almost right to say 'be in touch' - we ask 'Are you in still in touch with your school friends?' And you were right to use the bare infinitive after can, but there are two other verbs that we use with in touch  to mean maintain a relationship. Can you think of either? We often use one of them when we are saying goodbye to a friend who is moving away. 
  2. I come, you come, he/she ...
  3. This is a zero conditional - if + present (simple), subject + present (simple). It would have been OK if you had used an auxiliary with using but it would be better to just use the present simple.

Can you correct your mistakes yourself now? Or perhaps someone else could?

Thanks

Jack - The Premier Skills English team


admin's picture
admin
09/01/2018 09:49
United Kingdom
Arsenal
206

Hi Emir Emir Veličanstveni

Here are a few corrections. I have highlighted some mistakes and then left you some hints so you can correct yourself.

I skype every day with my girlfriend, she lives in Manchester and we can be in touch only on skype and of course in person when she come to my city.

I think social media is useful if you using it in right way.

  1. ____ in touch. You are almost right to say 'be in touch' - we ask 'Are you in still in touch with your school friends?' And you were right to use the bare infinitive after can, but there are two other verbs that we use with in touch  to mean maintain a relationship. Can you think of either? We often use one of them when we are saying goodbye to a friend who is moving away. 
  2. I come, you come, he/she ...
  3. This is a zero conditional - if + present (simple), subject + present (simple). It would have been OK if you had used an auxiliary with using but it would be better to just use the present simple.

Can you correct your mistakes yourself now? Or perhaps someone else could?

Thanks

Jack - The Premier Skills English team

Emir Veličanstveni's picture
Emir Veličanstveni
15/01/2018
BA
1406
points

I skype every day with my girlfriend, she lives in Manchester and we can stay in touch only on skype and of course in person when she comes to my city.
I think social media is useful if you use it in right way.

I have corrected my mistakes, thank you for the tips.


Emir Veličanstveni's picture
Emir Veličanstveni
15/01/2018 19:25
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Arsenal
1406

I skype every day with my girlfriend, she lives in Manchester and we can stay in touch only on skype and of course in person when she comes to my city.
I think social media is useful if you use it in right way.

I have corrected my mistakes, thank you for the tips.

admin's picture
admin
15/01/2018
GB
206
points

You're welcome!


admin's picture
admin
15/01/2018 21:08
United Kingdom
Arsenal
206

You're welcome!

farshidcivil
08/01/2018
IR
53
points

I think the advantages of being connected whenever and wherever you want is you can find your old friends, you can find their place and meet each other, but its drawbacks is blackmails! you put your private information (like your pictures, your phone Number (maybe), your local address, etc. ) on your page and it might somebody hacks you (for example a blackmailer) and sent a message to you and request a lot of money not to circulate those information.
I think the football phrase is "****-****".

What are the drawbacks of being able to contact people whenever and wherever you want?

Can you think of two advantages and two disadvantages?


farshidcivil
08/01/2018 17:07
Iran
Arsenal
53

I think the advantages of being connected whenever and wherever you want is you can find your old friends, you can find their place and meet each other, but its drawbacks is blackmails! you put your private information (like your pictures, your phone Number (maybe), your local address, etc. ) on your page and it might somebody hacks you (for example a blackmailer) and sent a message to you and request a lot of money not to circulate those information.
I think the football phrase is "****-****".

What are the drawbacks of being able to contact people whenever and wherever you want?

Can you think of two advantages and two disadvantages?

admin's picture
admin
08/01/2018
GB
206
points

Hi Farshidcivil

That is a problem. I almost fell for a phishing scam this week. You are almost there with the football phrase, but there is one more word.

Jack - The Premier Skills English team


admin's picture
admin
08/01/2018 19:17
United Kingdom
Arsenal
206

Hi Farshidcivil

That is a problem. I almost fell for a phishing scam this week. You are almost there with the football phrase, but there is one more word.

Jack - The Premier Skills English team

kwesimanifest's picture
kwesimanifest
08/01/2018
GH
4217
points

The benefits of being able to contact people whenever and wherever you want is enormous especially when you consider the economic importance. I am having my National service with a multinational and we are able to make Skype calls to persons in other parts of the world that is meetings, conferences, Town Halls and serminar among others.


kwesimanifest's picture
kwesimanifest
08/01/2018 16:59
Ghana
Manchester United
4217

The benefits of being able to contact people whenever and wherever you want is enormous especially when you consider the economic importance. I am having my National service with a multinational and we are able to make Skype calls to persons in other parts of the world that is meetings, conferences, Town Halls and serminar among others.

elghoul's picture
elghoul
08/01/2018
DZ
1818
points

Always being connected is  great issue. In Algeria there is a lots of worry about teenagers being missed off reality. Some newsmakers point out the danger of being addicted in particular to an App called Blue Whale which is the death cause of youngsters through the country. This scoops are not always matching any evidence routine but they are shared with a lot of citizens and even politic staff who ask Law enforcement to be applied.

football phrase, monitering devices which are put on the ball to detect if it passes the goal line.


elghoul's picture
elghoul
08/01/2018 15:45
Algeria
Arsenal
1818

Always being connected is  great issue. In Algeria there is a lots of worry about teenagers being missed off reality. Some newsmakers point out the danger of being addicted in particular to an App called Blue Whale which is the death cause of youngsters through the country. This scoops are not always matching any evidence routine but they are shared with a lot of citizens and even politic staff who ask Law enforcement to be applied.

football phrase, monitering devices which are put on the ball to detect if it passes the goal line.

TatkaNatka's picture
TatkaNatka
08/01/2018
RU
72
points

Disadvantages of staying connected are that you might be tired to be online because beep is everywhere and you might be trolled and flamed by unknown people. On the other hand, you can connect anytime with people you love during your traveling, social media also helps in work.


TatkaNatka's picture
TatkaNatka
08/01/2018 15:38
Russia
Arsenal
72

Disadvantages of staying connected are that you might be tired to be online because beep is everywhere and you might be trolled and flamed by unknown people. On the other hand, you can connect anytime with people you love during your traveling, social media also helps in work.

maciejca
07/01/2018
PL
35
points

***-**** 


maciejca
07/01/2018 09:05
Poland
Liverpool
35

***-**** 

haruyuki's picture
haruyuki
07/01/2018
JP
37
points

I sometimes have a meeting using Skype. It’s very convenient.
So I think the advantage is to communicate with someone far away as if we are the same place.
Conversely, the disadvantage might be to finish a job or something without meeting face to face.
I guess this week’s football phrase is ****-**** ***********.


haruyuki's picture
haruyuki
07/01/2018 05:15
Japan
Liverpool
37

I sometimes have a meeting using Skype. It’s very convenient.
So I think the advantage is to communicate with someone far away as if we are the same place.
Conversely, the disadvantage might be to finish a job or something without meeting face to face.
I guess this week’s football phrase is ****-**** ***********.

admin's picture
admin
08/01/2018
GB
206
points

Well done Haruyuki!


admin's picture
admin
08/01/2018 13:52
United Kingdom
Arsenal
206

Well done Haruyuki!

maciejca
06/01/2018
PL
35
points

This is ****-**** system 


maciejca
06/01/2018 22:30
Poland
Liverpool
35

This is ****-**** system 

admin's picture
admin
08/01/2018
GB
206
points

Almost there Macieja!


admin's picture
admin
08/01/2018 13:54
United Kingdom
Arsenal
206

Almost there Macieja!

kwesimanifest's picture
kwesimanifest
06/01/2018
GH
4217
points

This week's phrase is ****-**** **********. I believe it's a better assistant to referees as some actions are very swift and might out with the referee to make an I'll judgement.


kwesimanifest's picture
kwesimanifest
06/01/2018 09:06
Ghana
Manchester United
4217

This week's phrase is ****-**** **********. I believe it's a better assistant to referees as some actions are very swift and might out with the referee to make an I'll judgement.

admin's picture
admin
08/01/2018
GB
206
points

Well done Kwesimanifest!


admin's picture
admin
08/01/2018 13:53
United Kingdom
Arsenal
206

Well done Kwesimanifest!

M.s. Aboelsafa's picture
M.s. Aboelsafa
06/01/2018
EG
683
points

The football phrase is "Hawk Eye"


M.s. Aboelsafa's picture
M.s. Aboelsafa
06/01/2018 08:55
Egypt
Arsenal
683

The football phrase is "Hawk Eye"

admin's picture
admin
08/01/2018
GB
206
points

That sounds very cool, but it's not the phrase we're looking for.


admin's picture
admin
08/01/2018 13:53
United Kingdom
Arsenal
206

That sounds very cool, but it's not the phrase we're looking for.

Leaderboard

Top Scorers
RankNameScore
1kwesimanifest4217
2assemjuve3593
3aragorn19863527
4haydi3189
5Alex_from_Ukraine2706
6nikosonris2453
7MUGEMANYI2320
8Ahmed Adam Mamado2134
9Liubomyr2004
10elghoul1818
Country ranking
RankNameScore
1Serbia23940
2Ukraine22955
3Albania20443
4Macedonia19065
5Bosnia and Herzegovina15982
6Armenia13280
7Kosovo13111
8Georgia12350
9Spain8362
10Montenegro7928
Club ranking
RankNameScore
1Manchester United73306
2Arsenal53488
3Liverpool51114
4Chelsea43006
5Manchester City15429
6Leicester City8113
7Tottenham Hotspur4510
8Newcastle United4260
9West Ham United3784
10Watford2856

Level

3
Average: 3 (1 vote)

Goals

Skills: Listening

Language: Social Media

Task: Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of being connected