A warm welcome to our blog today, and let me express my gratitude for your visit here. I hope your English is improving in "leaps and bounds" and that you are steadily increasing in confidence.
I'm sure most of us have been to a museum before. I remember going with my parents to a selection of museums in Leicester city centre when I was a young boy. I was fascinated with the dinosaur remains, as well as learning about a man with huge feet!
Here in Kuantan we attended a 'torture' exhibition at the local museum. It was a little too scary for the young children, and left me feeling nervous too!
|A scene from the torture exhibition at the Kuantan Arts Museum|
What do you think a museum would be like at night after everybody has gone home and the doors are locked, lights switched off?
Would it be dark, quiet, and rather scary to walk around? Or do you imagine things coming to life in the museum when nobody is there? What if you were trapped inside a museum through the night? What would you do?
All these questions come to life in the movie "Night at the Museum" which we are watching with our students this week for their listening test.
A man stumbles across the job of Night Watchman at a local history museum when he quickly discovers that history literally comes to life!
I hope our students enjoy their entertaining listening test this month!