tailieunhanh - Toefl ibt listening E part 3

Tham khảo tài liệu 'toefl ibt listening e part 3', ngoại ngữ, toefl - ielts - toeic phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả | Listen to part of a lecture in a literature class. JHD G000 Unit 1 Listening for Main Ideas EF VF VF VF i What is the main idea of the lecture a How to write plays The life of William Shakespeare C Lrfe m Strattord-Upon-Avon in the late sixteenth century 0 i The hardships of London theater life 2. Why is there a discrepancy with some of the facts of William Shakespeare s life aj No one liked William Shakespeare during his lifetime. 8 Shakespeare wrote his plays under a pseudonym. c Records such as William s birth certificate were either not kept or lost. The theater world is secretive and mysterious. 3. Listen again to part of the lecture. Then answer the question. O Why do scholars speculate that William Shakespeare had a variety of jobs in between the years 1585-1592 a He immediately moved to London. 2b There is evidence in books that Shakespeare was a gardener. c Shakespeare s plays feature an in-depth knowledge of a variety of jobs. d. In 1592. Shakespeare took up sailing. 4. Listen again to pan of the lecture. Then answer the question. What does the professor mean when he says this Nobody knows anything about Shakespeare. There are many mysterious things about Shakespeare. Shakespeare was better than any other writer. @ Most of Shakespeare s work is difficult to understand. 5. Why does the professor mention the bubonic plague To explain why Shakespeare had enough time to write so many plays To account for the subject matter of The Comedy of Errors To give the reason as to why Shakespeare purchased New Place To explain why Shakespeare wrote poetry during that time 6. During which of the following time periods did Shakespeare write each of these plays 1-589-94 1599-1608 A Troilus and Cress da iBj Hamlet C Titus Andronicus 0 King Lear O Vocabulary Review Choose and write the correct word that matches each definition. 1 -X- .v evolve arrears valiant cliché prerequisite diligent unique imperative absurd deceive swollen assistance yield paddy embrace 1. obviously .

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