11. Sınıf Meb Yayınları İngilizce Ders Kitabı Sayfa 28 Cevabı 2017 – 2018 Yeni Müfredat
11. Sınıf Meb Yayınları İngilizce Ders Kitabı Sayfa 28 Cevabı
What do these quotes explain? Discuss with your partners.
In three words I can sum up everything I have learned about life. It goes on. Robert Frost
When one door is closed, don’t you know that many more are open? Bob Marley
3 Match the words with the sentences.
Q racism Q illiteracy Q failure Q disability Q poverty Q discrimination
1. Because of the economic crisis, millions of people became extremely poor.
2. Thomas Edison made thousands of unsuccessful attempts before he invented the light bulb.
3. All the people are equal and no ethnicity is superior to the others.
4. Unfortunately most of the employers pay women less than men for the same work.
5. Athletes with different physical and intellectual problems have taken part in the Paralympic Games since 1960.
6. If we want to develop the country, we should reduce the number of people who are unable to read and write.
A Japanese proverb says “Fall seven times, stand up eight.” Remember that failure is just a step to be successful. Here’s a short list of famous people who never gave up trying before succeeded.
Jim Carrey was born into an accountant father and a housewife mother. When his father loss; hi^ job, Jim was only 14. After the family fell °nhard
times with four children, they had to leave their home and live in a caravan.
|n order to make ends meet, Jim worked eight- hour shifts at a factory after sdı^. Unfortunately, his grades started to suffer although he was a bright student before.
At the age of 15 he started to work at comedy clubs in the evenings. While he was performing, he was wearing the funny yellow suit his mother made for him. EventuaMy he had to drop out of school to pursue his dream of becoming a comedian.
As a primary school student Albert Einstein was not a promising child because he had dyslexia, disability of reading or writing. Most of his teachers even thought that he was just an anti-social loser boy. However, he became a very successful physicist who developed the theories of relativity and won the Nobel Prize in 1921. While he was working as a professor in Germany, he had to overcome another difficulty.
He faced racial discrimination during the World War II.
German Nazis did not want Jews in their homeland and it was the end of the road for Einstein. He couldn’t stay in Germany anymore, so he had to move to the USA as a refugee.