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Add the following cues to the columns. Will the speaker agree with thestatement made by the previous speaker or disagree?40
English for Tertiary Studies EAP 5Hang on a minute…Certainly, but…Certainly…Why not look at it like this?What makes you think that?We’ll have to agree to disagree|Agreeing and disagreeingIn pairs, choose one of the following four issues and agree or disagree.Use the turn-taking cues that you have learnt in the previous exercise.Issue 1:It is best for women to stay at home and mind children, not work.Issue 2:There should be one religion in the world.Issue 3:Restaurants should stay open 24 hours a day.Issue 4:Police corruption should be investigated by the policethemselves.41
English for Tertiary Studies EAP 510.1 Practice Listening Test EAP 5 (Final) (Pre- Listening Activity)Listening: Gender Issues in Society(Adapted from: Listening to Australia (Adv) Corbett & Brawn, NSW AMES, 2003)You will hear the following words in the lecture. Match the wordswith their meaning.Vocabulary MatchWordMeaning1. frenzy(n)a)the ability to understand and sharethe feelings of another.2. dispersal(n)b)opposite or contrary in direction,action, sequence, etc3. mammoth(n)c)a state or period of uncontrolledexcitement or wild behaviour.4. empathy(n)d)freedom from limits on thought orbehaviour.5. persist(v)e)to push/pull someone to make way;defeat completely;6. conversely(adv)f)the action or process of distributingor spreading things or people overa wide area.7. liberation(n)g)a measure or condition that keepssomeone or something undercontrol.8. to intensify(v)h)continue in an opinion or course ofaction in spite of difficulty oropposition.9. to clobber(v)i)a large extinct elephant, typicallyhairy with a sloping back and longcurved tusks.10. restraint(n)j)to make the degree, force orstrength of something moreextremePractice Listening Test EAP 5 (Final)Listening: Gender Issues in Education(Adapted from: Listening to Australia (Adv) Corbett & Brawn, NSW AMES, 2003)42
English for Tertiary Studies EAP 5You will hear the listening twice. All answers must be taken from the lectureYou will hear a lecture about Gender Issues in Education.The lecturer’spurpose is to challenge the idea that girls are achieving more than boys ineducation and to explore educational issues related to gender.

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