Exercise 2. Answer the questions

· What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘frozen’?

· Why was the project so pioneering?

· What are the benefits of regenerating extinct plant or animal species?

· What other species do you think should be regenerated? Why?

Exercise 3. Discuss the followings:

· Could bringing extinct life forms back be bad for the Earth?

· Do you think it’s a good idea to regrow ancient plants?

· Would you like to work on this project?

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Exercise 4. Prepare speech on theme: “The most important thing that must be researched is…”

Exercise 5. Look in your dictionary / computer to find collocates, other meanings, information, synonyms … for the words ‘cell’ and ‘tissue’. Share your findings with your partners.

cell tissue

Exercise 6. Make up questions using the words you found. Ask your partner / group your questions.

GRAMMAR COMMENT

Compound nouns

Words can be combined to form compound nouns. These are very common, and new combinations are invented almost daily. They normally have two parts. The second part identifies the object or person in question (man, friend, tank, table, room). The first part tells us what kind of object or person it is, or what its purpose is (police, boy, water, dining, bed): What type / what purpose What or who
police man boy friend water tank dining table bed room

The two parts may be written in a number of ways

1. as one word. Example: policeman, boyfriend 2. as two words joined with a hyphen. Example: dining-table 3. as two separate words. Example: fish tank.

There are no clear rules about this - so write the common compounds that you know well as one word, and the others as two words.


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