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Exercises By Isabel Pérez
1. Listen to the first part of the song and fill in the gaps with the words in the box:
clouds, face, fear, heart, life, sorrow, tomorrow, worthwhile,
though your _______is aching
Smile, even though it's breaking
When there are ______in the sky
You'll get by...
If you smile
With your ________and ________
Smile and maybe ___________
You'll find that _________is still ____________
If you just...
2. Listen to the 2nd part and choose the
Light up your face/trace with sadness/gladness
Hide every face/trace of sadness/gladness
Although a near/tear may be ever so near/tear
That's the time you must keep on crying/trying
Smile, what's the use of crying/trying
You'll find that life is still worthwhile
If you just...
3. Find all the
words you can relate to good or bad feelings. Write them in separate columns.
Use the dictionary when necessary.
4. Listen to the song again and underline the "-ing" forms. Do you know why these verbs are in this "-ing" form?
Now listen to Nat King Cole's version and find the differences between the two
6. Watch Charles Chaplin Video. Then, choose at least two scenes you like most and describe what is happening in those scenes. Write only two or three sentences; try to use "present continuous".
Watch Michael Jackson Video and smile.
Finally if you want to know more curiosities about Michael Jackson go to this
page and find the answers to the questions.
http://poster.4teachers.org/worksheet/view.php?id=139213&page=1 by Carmen C. de Castro
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