The Best Day Taylor Swift

 

quiz by Michelle Morissette

learningenglishwithmichelle.blogspot.ca

 

 

Listen to the song as many times as you need. Then fill in the missing words. 

 

I'm five years old
It's getting
I've got my big   on

I your laugh
And look up   at   you
I run and run

Past the pumpkin patch
And the tractor
Look now -- the sky is
I hug your legs and fall
On the way home

I don't know why all the trees in the fall
I know you're not scared of   at all
Don't know if Snow White's house is near or far
But I know I had the         day
With you

I'm     now
And don't know how my
Could be so

I come home

and you hold me tight and grab the
And we drive and

until we've found a

far enough away 

and we talk and -shop

 

 

I don't know who I'm   talk to
Now at school
I know I'm laughing on the car ride with you
Don't know how long it's gonna to feel okay
But I know I had the day
With you   

I have an father
His is making me stronger
God smiles on my little
Inside and out
He's than I am

I grew up in a pretty
And I had space to
And I had the best with you

There is a
I found from back when I was
You set up a paint set in the kitchen
And you're to me

It's the age of and pirate ships
And the seven dwarfs
Daddy's
And you're the lady in the whole wide world

Now I why all the trees change in the
I know you were on my
Even when I was wrong
And I love you for me your eyes
Staying back and watching me

And I didn't know if you       
So I'm taking this   to say
That I had the day
With you

 

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POST LISTENING   

Discuss with a partner or a group.  

 

  

1. Close your eyes and spend a minute thinking about what you can remember

     about things you and your mother did when you were five years old. Try to

     see pictures. 

 

 2. Tell your partner(s) what you "saw" or remember - even if it is only small

      fragments. As a group write as many key words to describe what you

      remember ( words and phrases - no sentences) 

 

 3. Do the same thing again. Only this time, think back to when you are young

     teenager of 13. What do you remember?  Follow the same procedure as in

     step #1. 

 

 4.  Close your eyes and think again.  Think about your present relationship

      with your mother.  What kind of reationship do you have? Is it similar or    

      different to the one you had when you were five, 13.  Talk about what you

      do with and say to each other now. Again, have your group  write key

      words.  

 

WRITING: 

 

1. Use some of the "keywords"  in any of  the previous three activities to  write     about  one of the best days you ever spent with your mother.  Try to make     the story as complete as possible.  

 

2.  What was was the main feeling you remember from that day? Why was it       such a good day?  Make that your topic sentence.  

 

3. Provide details that include who you were with, what happened ( in detail),

    when and where you were, how you felt and why.

 

4.  Write a conclusion that goes back to the beginning and that reflects oon

     why this was such a wonderful day. Make a recommendatiin or an overall

     comment on the importance of these kinds of days with our mothers, or our

     children.

  

 

 

 

 

 


 



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