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When listening to a description of a lost child, what kinds of information would you expect to hear (e.g., the child’s name)?
“freak out” = become afraid or upset
“I’m really worried that our son will freak out if he ever gets separated from us in crowded street.”
“come apart at the seams” = become very emotionally upset
“My wife came apart at the seams when she found out our daughter was lost in the mountains.“
A. Listen to the recording and answer the questions.
Hello Shoppers. We have a lost boy named Marshall who was found in the sporting goods section of our store.
We have a lost boy named Marshall.
He's five years old, and he's wearing a blue and white sweat shirt, tan pants, and a black and white baseball cap.
He's wearing a blue and white sweat shirt, tan pants, and a black and white baseball cap.
You can find him at the check-out counter at the main exit. Thank you.
Do the vocabulary quizzes with the words from the conversation for more practice:
Whenever you travel to an amusement park with your family, what things should children do if they get lost? Where should they go and what should they say? Are their Internet Websites that help families find lost children? Do an online search and report on what you find.
Use the Internet to understand the problem of missing children in your country and around the world. Answer these questions: