Sydney, Nova Scotia

Raoul and Emma were actually in Sydney—not in Sydney, Australia: they were in Sydney, Nova Scotia, which is in North-east Canada! The story of Emma and Raoul was on TV and in the international press. They stayed in Sydney, Nova Scotia for four days and then flew home by Air Canada to London, England—not London, Canada!

Adapted from NEW ENGLISH FILE ELEMENTARY

Listen to Carly Simon sing her hit You’re So Vain, and do the attached gapped oral text exercise.

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Read about the song at http://www.carlysimon.com/vain/vain.html.

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10.07.07. Basic, Force-Feeding, Gapped Texts, Lyrics, Music, Verb Tenses.

2 Comments

  1. faultyiphone replied:

    this is very nice blog and amazing stuff in this blog………

  2. Sukey replied:

    Vielen Dank für Ihre Stellungnahme.

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