2.9. CHECK YOUR PROGRESS

TRUE/FALSE
Check how much you have learnt in this unit. Tick TRUE or FALSE.
  • The Beatles were from Liverpool
True. False.
  • Hamburg became an important city for them
True. False.
  • The Cavern is the club where everything began
True. False.
  • Ringo Starr was their first drummer
True. False.
  • Pete Best was their first lead singer
True. False.
  • "Yesterday" was written by John Lennon
True. False.
  • Joy Division was a music band from the south of England
True. False.
  • Joy Division became famous after The Beatles
True. False.
  • Ian Curtis had a very happy life
True. False.
  • The Brontë sisters were Charlotte, Emily and Anne
True. False.
  • They were from a town in the north of England called Haworth
True. False.
  • They wrote at the beggining of the 19th century
True. False.
  • "Jane Eyre" was written by Emily Brontë
True. False.
  • "Wuthering Heights" was written by Charlotte Brontë
True. False.
  • "Jane Eyre" is considered one of the first manifestos of Feminism
True. False.
  • Emily Dickinson was an American poet
True. False.
  • "Love will tear us apart" is a song by The Beatles
True. False.
  • "Annabel Lee" was written by Edgar Allan Poe
True. False.
  • Other English romantic poets were Coleridge, Lord Byron or Shelley
True. False.
  • William Turner was an English playwright
True. False.
  • You can learn a lot of English by reading and by listening to music
True. False.
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1. Who is this song by?

 

 

    
The Beatles
Joy Division

2. And this one?

 

 

    
The Beatles
Joy Division

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What do you think it's happening here?
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LIVERPOOL, WHERE IT ALL BEGAN

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