Are you a fashion victim? Do you spend huge amounts of money on your wardrobe or are you mostly into second-hand stores? What carbon footprint do you think your clothing issues have on the environment? Here’s a multiple choice cloze for English Advanced levels that may get you into thinking twice before your next click to an online fashion retailer.
Can money buy happiness? A question we ask ourselves again and again. Some say yes, some say no, but as a matter of fact, it does help, especially in situations where one finds himself/herself unable to cover basic needs. Money does contribute to make people happier, or at least more comfortably situated in life, but not everything can be purchased, or can it? Feeling moved by a scenery, a particular song or a kind gesture from a stranger, cannot be provided by paper notes or a piece of plastic slotted through an electronic device. Whatever happiness is, or however we think we can reach it is undoubtedly something quite personal and depends heavily on how each one of us sets our priorities. Meaning by this, that it’s up to you, or maybe not. I’ll leave that one for you to ponder upon.
Here’s a listening activity from Youtube channel After Skool to get you thinking about this particular issue.
Yes, almost time for the sales to begin and although in Britain, the sales start as soon as Christmas is over (in Britain the Three King’s Day isn’t a tradition, so this time begins right after Boxing Day). Do you plan to visit London? Have you ever been there on a shopping spree? Here’s an audio activity with some tips on the best shopping spots in London in case you plan to visit this beautiful city.