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Unit 9   Liverpool & The Beatles: History – Liverpool Today – The Beatles – English People – Interviews

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Contents:

00:01 – 01:08 > Liverpool History
01:09 – 01:50 > Liverpool Today
01:51 – 04:19 > The Beatles
04:20 – 05:03 > English People
05:04 – 07:32 > Interviews

Sechs Online Exercises

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#1 Drag & Drop – fill in the missing words!
#2 Matching – which photo refers to the text?
#3 Listening exercise – can you find out the Ding-Dong word?
#4 Describing & Explaining – use the keywords for your story!
#5 Vocabulary – test yourself!
#6 Native-Speaker Commentary & Text
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#2 Matching – which photo refers to the text?

Liverpool, a seaport in Northern England, differs greatly from York. Once it was England's largest export port and one of the most important seaports worldwide. In the outgoing 18th century Liverpool became a very wealthy city.

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Picture #1: The former Liverpool harbour area has been renovated and is now a UNESCO heritage along with other parts of the town. / Picture #2: The Port of Rotterdam is the largest port in Europe, located in the city of Rotterdam, Netherlands. / Picture #3: The Port of Hamburg is a seaport on the river Elbe in Hamburg, Germany, which is named the country's "Gateway to the World".

Over the past few decades Liverpool has lost almost 400.000 inhabitants. The Liverpudlians, as the inhabitants of Liverpool are called, find solace in their successful football clubs, Everton FC and Liverpool FC.

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Picture #1: Lionel Andrés "Leo" Messi is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a forward for Spanish club FC Barcelona and the Argentina national team. / Picture #2: FC Bayern München is the most successful club in German football history, having won a record 27 national titles and 18 national cups. / Picture #3: Steven Gerrard spent the majority of his playing career as a central midfielder for Liverpool FC and the England national team.

Liverpool is the home town of The Beatles, the most successful pop band of all time. The Beatles sold millions of records, featured in five films, and sent their fans all over the world into fits of enthusiasm and hysteria.

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Picture #1: The Rolling Stones band logo – forever synonymous with the band – was designed by art student John Pasche in 1970, after the band became frustrated by designs provided by their label Decca. / Picture #2: This is the logo of the American musical duo Twenty One Pilosts originating from Columbus, Ohio. / Picture #3: "Yellow Submarine" is a 1966 song by the Beatles, written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon, with lead vocals by Ringo Starr. It was included on the Revolver (1966) album and issued as a single, coupled with "Eleanor Rigby".

We want to learn more about the English people and therefore decide to interview the passersby in the streets of Liverpool. Do English people like to live in their country, and how do they get on with the rough weather?

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Picture #1: Alf Poier is an Austrian artist and stand-up comedian. / Picture #2: Mr. Bean is a British sitcom starring Rowan Atkinson as the title character. / Picture #3: Oliver Pocher is a German actor, stand-up comedian and television host.

Matching - Liverpool
That's perfect! You couldn't have done better!
Good job, that was nearly perfect!
That's exactly 50 percent! Try it again, you can do better!
You can do much better, try it again!
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#3 Listening exercise – can you find out the Ding-Dong word?

Ding-Dong #1 - Liverpool

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Ding-Dong #2 - Beatles

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Ding-Dong #3 - English people

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Ding-Dong #4 - Interview

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Listening - Liverpool
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#4 Describing & Explaining – use the keywords for your story!

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#5 Vocabulary – test yourself!

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#6 Native-Speaker Commentary & Text

Liverpool, a seaport in Northern England, differs greatly from York. Once it was England’s largest export port and one of the most important seaports worldwide. In the outgoing 18th century Liverpool became a very wealthy city. However, no other industrial town or city in England was hit as hard by the economic depression in the 1980s as Liverpool. Companies went bankrupt, masses of people lost their jobs and remained unemployed. Over the past few decades,­ Liverpool has lost almost 400.000 inhabitants.

Since then they have been able to halt the slide and revitalise the city through various initiatives. The Liverpudlians, as the inhabitants of Liverpool are called, find solace in their successful football clubs, Everton FC and Liverpool FC. There is one more thing that Liverpudlians are very proud of.

Liverpool is the hometown of The Beatles, the most successful pop band of all time. The Beatles sold millions of records, featured in five films, and sent their fans all over the world into fits of enthusiasm and hysteria. They scored their first successes here in Liverpool, at the famous Cavern Club. Between 1961 and 1963 they played almost 300 concerts in this simple cellar bar.

There are many more places in Liverpool that remind us of The Beatles. Apart from the so-called Beatles Tour and a special exhibition, there is also a fan shop which offers everything from CDs and posters to keyrings to the many thousand Beatles fans that visit Liverpool every year. True fans of the Fab Four should not miss ‘The Beatles Story,’ an exhibition that recounts the success story of the four unforgettable musicians from Liverpool in the form of an excellent documentary.

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