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1. Number the sentences in the correct order to make a meaningful conversation.
Yes, I am. I’m looking forward to meeting new friends at school.
I’m from Cologne, Germany. What about you?
Yeah, I really like it. People are very friendly and welcoming here.
Hi, I’m Sonia. And you are…?
Hello, what’s your name?
I’m from London. Do you like our neighborhood so far?
You are right. We live in a friendly neighborhood. Are you excited about your new school?
2. Read the text and check () the sentences below True or False. Correct the false ones.
Hello! My name is Sonia. I’m from Cologne, Germany, and now I’m going to talk about school life in Germany. Students in Germany have to go to school every weekday. They usually have to be at their desks before 8:15 a.m. There are usually five or six lessons each day. School subjects are pretty similar to those you might have; Maths, Science, Music, Art, P.E, etc. There is normally a five to ten-minute break between each lesson. There are also two big breaks for 20 minutes. In long breaks, students usually go to the school garden. There aren’t lessons after lunch in German schools. Students join school clubs, homework workshops and various activities in the afternoon. Students get 15 weeks of holiday each year in Germany. The school holidays are quite similar to those in the UK and, of course, the long six-week summer holiday is always the one that everyone looks forward to the most!
1. Lessons usually start at 8:15 a.m. in German schools.
2. There are usually more than six lessons a day in Germany.
3. There are usually 20-minute breaks between each lesson.
4. Students join school clubs in the afternoon.
5. Students get six weeks of holiday each year in Germany.
6. German students really like summer holidays.