1. Describe the illustration. Imagine the topic of the characters' conversation.
2. Listen and write down the names of the countries you hear.
3. Listen again and concentrate on their preferences.
4. Create your own travel bucket list of 10 places to visit.
A winter bucket list?
From: email@example.com To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: Bucket list for our winter school exchange
Thanks for your email. It's great to have a British pen friend!
I can't wait to see you this winter for our school exchange. My family is pretty cool and we'll have a great time in the Alps.
It's a great idea to have a bucket list of the things we want to do so that we don't miss out. First, I agree, let's eat as much French food as possible. French food is wicked! We have loads of cheese here, and our hot chocolate is to die - for... However, unlike you, I'd prefer to go snowshoeing than snowboarding - too dangerous, sorry! FYI, I am not the sporty type… and I hate wearing ski boots. BTW, have you got your own winter kit? I think we can keep ice-skating and dog sledding on the list. However, I'd prefer not to go ice-fishing, in case the ice breaks! I am sorry mate if you'd prefer to do more adventurous activities, but there will be loads to do. I'd like to build an igloo and a gigantic snowman. We could also have snowball fights with my siblings! I'm really looking forward to meeting you in person!
See you, Nicolas
1. Identify the document. Find out who's writing about what.
2. Read the email. Concentrate on what Nicolas suggests.