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IMMIGRATION

Posted on: diciembre 20, 2008

  • Every year hundreds of men from West Africa drown as they try to reach Europe in overcrowded small boats. They are desperate to find well-paid work to support their families in Africa. One of the worst affected countries is Senegal. The government there has been accused of not doing enough to stop its people leaving. But now a famous musician from Senegal has joined the campaign to persuade Africans to stay in Africa. Rapper Didier Awadi has written a song about the dangerous crossing. He told us about it, in his own words.
  • If you want to learn more you have another video. Each year, tens of thousands of Africans decide to leave their homes in search of a better life. They flee poverty and conflict to make the journey as illegal migrants, risking dangerous seas and being sent back home. Al Jazeera’s Gabi Menezes reports from Senegal on the dream of reaching Europe and how some have found it can go terribly wrong.

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IMMIGRANTS

LISTEN TO AWADI’S INTERVIEW AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS:

1. Where is he living now?
He’s living in Senegal

2. What do some of his brothers want to do?

They wanna run from the country

3. What makes people leave their country?

Misery

4. Why are young people going to Spain or Europe?

Because they want to save some lifes

5. What football team does he mention?

Real Madrid

6. Why are young people leaving their country?

Because they try to maintain their families

7. What does he tell the leaders of his country in his song?

They must do what they promise

8. What can’t he accept?
A man is not better than other man

9. What does he ask for ?

He asks for an opportunity

10. What is he asking his government to do ?

That they have to stop selling the money, they must give it to who need it

1. Where is he living now?
In senegal
2. What do some of his brothers want to do?
Wanna run form the country
3. What makes people leave their country?
The misery
4. Why are young people going to Spain or Europe?
Because they want save lifes
5. What football team does he mention?
Real madrid
6. Why are young people leaving their country?
They try to maintain their families
7. What does he tell the leaders of his country in his song?
They must to do their promises
8. What can’t he accept?
A man inst better than other
9. What does he ask for ?
He ask for an oportunity
10. What is he asking his government to do ?
They have to stop sellin money and they must to give them to someone who need tem.

Hello Nines I`m sorry.
I finish this actevity late because my internet is dead.
Bye, see you tomorrow.

IMMIGRANTS

LISTEN TO AWADI’S INTERVIEW AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS:

1. Where is he living now?
Senegal

2. What do some of his brothers want to do?
They want to have a better life

3. What makes people leave their country?

They go in a boat to other country

4. Why are young people going to Spain or Europe?

He wanted to see Real Madrid

5. What football team does he mention?

Real Madrid

6. Why are young people leaving their country?
Because they can’t enough money to have a good life and family

7. What does he tell the leaders of his country in his song?

They promise food, job, and best life

8. What can’t he accept?

He can’t accept the idea that one is better than other
9. What does he ask for?

He asks if they want to stay here for build Senegal

10. What is he asking his government to do?

Give the same opportunities for all

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