We’ve had a number of exercises based on the U2 song One earlier, starting with a listening comprehension task, then a reading text on the background of the song, which was more of a vocabulary exercise, then two collocations tasks on the word blame, and a word formation exercise on the word disappoint.
The tasks in this post will help you learn how to use the words drag, forgive and raise.
The difficulty level of these tasks is slightly below B2 level (between intermediate and upper-intermediate).
There will be more vocabulary exercises based on this song.
All the vocabulary exercises in this post are based on the song The River by Bruce Springsteen.
Earlier we posted a number of exercises based on this classic song:
This post offers vocabulary exercises on the words haunt, aisle, curse and vanish.
There will be more vocabulary practice exercises based on this song.
This post is part of the series featuring the words and expressions found in the U2 song One. The first in this series was the collocations exercises with blame.
In this exercise you have to put the word disappoint in the correct form to complete the sentences.
You’ll find more vocabulary practice exercises based on the song One later here.