Part 1: Today's word
‘Differ’ simply means ‘be different’ and is a useful way of talking about differences in a more formal, academic way.
His conclusions differed significantly from those of earlier researchers.
For more comparison vocabulary and exercises, go to Unit 3 of www.academicenglishgenerator.com
Part 2: Test
Here are FOUR sentences with the word of the day. But only THREE are correct. Which is the Odd One Out?
Two of the team differed from the policy and eventually decided to resign from the company.
She and her husband differed on the best way to discipline their children, which created a certain amount of tension between them.
The new model differs in several important respects from previous products in the same range.
The two models differ fundamentally in their representation of the process of decision-making.
Part 3: Practice Question:
Do your attitudes towards work and learning differ from those of your parents?
Part 4: Kiwi Quiz Question
Which of these New Zealand cities has the highest proportion of Maori residents?
Part 5: Today's online readings:
Maori Language Week
Questions for the article:
How long has Maori Language week been running?
Is Te Reo Maori in decline?
How many government departments offer services in Te Reo Maori?
What are the words in Te Reo Maori for the following:
Today’s musical intro / outro: from Cuba
‘Bruca Manigua’ by Ibrahim Ferrer. From the CD ‘Buena Vista Social Club presents ...’ 1999: Nonesuch Records
Buy the CD and listen to more extracts at: http://www.amazon.com/Buena-Social-Presents-Ibrahim-Ferrer/dp/B00000J7IL