Lesson 2 - LS, Functions, Pronunciation - MUSIC - Page3

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Listen again and answer the questions.

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Who thinks the lyrics are important?

Liza

Pete

David

Vickie

Who sometimes works as a musician?

Liza

Pete

David

Vickie

Who likes the Beatles and Bob Dylan?

Liza

Pete

David

Vickie

Who is wearing a pink top?

Liza

Pete

David

Vickie

Who says that you can’t explain music?

Liza

Pete

David

Vickie

Who had personal reasons for falling in love with music?

Liza

Pete

David

Vickie

Who needs music for dancing?

Liza

Pete

David

Vickie

Who is wearing a spiked leather wristband?

Liza

Pete

David

Vickie

Who is wearing a mini skirt?

Liza

Pete

David

Vickie

Who says that you have to feel the music to understand it?

Liza

Pete

David

Vickie

A pianist who plays the music while someone else is singing, playing the main tune or dancing is called

an accountant.

an accomplice.

an accompanist.

a company.


A piece of music written for the piano and an orchestra is called

a piano concerto.

a piano concert.


A concert is

a piece of music.

an event when music is performed.


The sound produced by heavy metal vocalists is

neighing.

mooing.

growling.

howling.


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