In this section you’ll find exercises designed to improve your listening skills and exam technique. Each of the ten short audios has a question with four different possible answers. Choose the correct one to answer the question.
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Macedonia agrees to change its name
Macedonia agrees to change its name.
The Republic of Macedonia has decided to change its name. It agreed on Friday to rename the country the Republic of North Macedonia. The name change is the result of the twenty seven year dispute with Greece. Macedonia declared independence in 1991 after the breakup of the former country Yugoslavia. It became a member of the United Nations in 1993 but its name caused an argument with Greece. Greece blocked its neighbours attempts to join the EU and NATO over the use of the name Macedonia. The name change comes after a decade of talks between Macedonia and Greece. Just over sixty seven percent of representatives in Macedonia’s parliament voted for the name change. Eighty one MPs voted in favour of the name change in the one hundred and twenty seat parliament.
Which group of people agreed to Macedonia as name change?
Winter fire safety
Winter fire safety.
Home fires occur most often in winter. Keep anything that can catch fire at least 3 feet from heating equipment and never use an oven to heat your home. Stay in the kitchen when frying, grilling or broiling food. Turn space heaters off when you leave the room or go to bed. Make sure all vents are clear of snow and ice to allow carbon monoxide to vent outside. Have your furnace heating system and chimney serviced each year by a qualified professional.
What should you never use to keep your home warm?
Interview with Shamima Begum
Source: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p071c1v9 19/02/2019CorrectoIncorrecto