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Have you ever wondered how your dog views the world? Optimism and pessimism are often thought to be human traits but do animals express them too? In this clip an Australian researcher uses a machine she invented to try and determine whether these dogs are optimists or pessimists. Have a look and see if you can work out ...
Watch and listen to a dialogue between students travelling on a train. Answer quiz questions in the game 'GemQuest'. The quiz questions test knowledge of Chinese language, as used in a several learning objects in the set 'Zou ba'. This object is one in a series of three objects.
Watch and listen to a phone conversation about travelling around China. Answer questions to move around a board in a game called 'GemQuest'. The questions test knowledge of Chinese language, as used in several learning objects in the set 'Zou ba'. This object is one in a series of three objects.
Find out how to ask for someone's telephone number or give your number to others. Note how the word for the number one changes when recalling telephone numbers. This learning object is one in a series of two objects.
Explore Chinese words used to describe jobs. Identify jobs such as teacher, doctor, student, lawyer, housewife, nurse, clerk, electrician, accountant, bus driver and chef.
Find the answers to questions asked by a game show host. Test your knowledge of subjects such as directions, distances, time, travel, transport, food, travel, personal preferences and opinions.
Answers questions correctly to move forward in a board game called 'Gem quest'. Test your knowledge of subjects such as food, clothing, sports, Chinese zodiac, age, physical descriptions, nationality, cities, shopping, location and music.
Why is it important to test things again and again in science? Would you be more likely to trust the results of one test or the results of many tests? Why?