How Social Media is Changing Our Brains – Listening Exercise
Is social media like an addictive drug? What is a phantom vibration? Can social media actually be good for relationships?
<a href=”https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC552Sd-3nyi_tk2BudLUzA”>Asap Science</a>, a Canadian duo that has created a fascinating YouTube channel about science, answers these and more questions about how social media changes our brains. It’s fascinating, and is also a good way to work on your E<a href=”/?page_id=16153″>nglish listening skills</a>. Watch the video below, then try to answer the questions.
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<strong>Answer the questions in comments, and we will respond.</strong>
1. Can’t __ __?
2. What does sentence 1 mean?
3. How is using social media like a drug?
4. What is phantom vibration syndrome? Have you ever felt it?
5. How is social media communication different from face to face communication?
6. How is social media good for relationships?
7. Do you think social media has changed you?
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