-Wednesday şablon

27 September



Your neighbourhood
-what do you like and dislike about your neighbourhood?
-what do you have around you? ( cinema, market, theatre etc)
-do you know any good places, parks or shops in your neighbourhood?
-who do you usually communicate with within your neighbourhood?
-what do you usually do when you go out in your neighbourhood?
-if you didn’t live in that neighbourhood which neighbourhood would you like to live in and why?
-tell us an interesting memory that happened in your neighbourhood.
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Related Words: downtown, pavement(sidewalk), parking spot, open market, pub, historical place, bakery, bookshop, central location, mosque, gym, bus stop, tram station, underground station, train station, gas station,  next to, near, tranquil, busy, crowded, noisy, detached house, apartment blocks, narrow-wide street, avenue, local people

word game – Neighbourhood


You may be thinking about being isolated from civilization and living on an island. Here you will have another option: being very social at the same time. Santa Cruz del Islote in Colombia may only be about the size of two soccer fields, but the island has four main streets and 10 neighbourhoods. More than a thousand people live on the island in around 155 houses. With so many people packed into such a small space, it’s the most densely populated island in the world. The inhabitants have to use neighbouring islands as cemeteries and they work elsewhere, primarily at the Mucura Island Hotels. There is one school with one teacher and a restaurant that functions as a port. Free 24-hour Internet service was established for the island, allowing the students access to distance education during the Coronavirus pandemic. Previously, service had been expensive and of poor quality, making it difficult to do educational activities from home. Santa Cruz del Islote is also poor: there is no clean drinking water or sewerage, and there are problems with rubbish and pollution. Despite their needs, people say they do not feel poor and can get along as they do not have big expenses.

READ/SPEAK 
Would you like to live on Santa Cruz del Isolate Island? Why/why not?


Working until you die is better than being idle just because you are old.

“Murat: Grandma, you shouldn’t work so hard. You’re not young anymore, you know.
Grandmother: Thanks for your concern, dear, but I plan to keep working. It’s better to wear out than to rust out”

LEARN THE IDIOM AND SPEAK
Are you a hardworking or lazy person? When do you usually feel hardworking or lazy?

 

 

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27 September



TV
-tell us your favourite TV programmes. and why do you like them?
-what is the best Turkish TV series? what are they about?
-what are the best foreign series? and why do you think so?
-tell us the TV programmes which you liked when you were younger


You may be thinking about being isolated from civilization and living on an island. Here you will have another option: being very social at the same time. Santa Cruz del Islote in Colombia may only be about the size of two soccer fields, but the island has four main streets and 10 neighbourhoods. More than a thousand people live on the island in around 155 houses. With so many people packed into such a small space, it’s the most densely populated island in the world. The inhabitants have to use neighbouring islands as cemeteries and they work elsewhere, primarily at the Mucura Island Hotels. There is one school with one teacher and a restaurant that functions as a port. Free 24-hour Internet service was established for the island, allowing the students access to distance education during the Coronavirus pandemic. Previously, service had been expensive and of poor quality, making it difficult to do educational activities from home. Santa Cruz del Islote is also poor: there is no clean drinking water or sewerage, and there are problems with rubbish and pollution. Despite their needs, people say they do not feel poor and can get along as they do not have big expenses.

READ/SPEAK 
Would like to live on that island? What would be hard or good things about living on that island?


Working until you die is better than being idle just because you are old.

“Murat: Grandma, you shouldn’t work so hard. You’re not young anymore, you know.
Grandmother: Thanks for your concern, dear, but I plan to keep working. It’s better to wear out than to rust out”

LEARN THE IDIOM AND SPEAK
Are you a hardworking person? Why do you think you’re that way? Are you tired of your work and do you want to retire soon? What’s your plan after retirement?

 

 

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27 September



Change
How have you changed from your high school years or your university years?
What are major milestones/steps that happened to you or your life in the last 10 years?
What do you like and what do you dislike about yourself? And what would you like to change?


You may be thinking about being isolated from civilization and living on an island. Here you will have another option: being very social at the same time. Santa Cruz del Islote in Colombia may only be about the size of two soccer fields, but the island has four main streets and 10 neighbourhoods. More than a thousand people live on the island in around 155 houses. With so many people packed into such a small space, it’s the most densely populated island in the world. The inhabitants have to use neighbouring islands as cemeteries and they work elsewhere, primarily at the Mucura Island Hotels. There is one school with one teacher and a restaurant that functions as a port. Free 24-hour Internet service was established for the island, allowing the students access to distance education during the Coronavirus pandemic. Previously, service had been expensive and of poor quality, making it difficult to do educational activities from home. Santa Cruz del Islote is also poor: there is no clean drinking water or sewerage, and there are problems with rubbish and pollution. Despite their needs, people say they do not feel poor and can get along as they do not have big expenses.

READ/SPEAK 
Do you believe it is a good idea to live isolated from civilization? What would be easy and hard in that case?


Working until you die is better than being idle just because you are old.

“Murat: Grandma, you shouldn’t work so hard. You’re not young anymore, you know.
Grandmother: Thanks for your concern, dear, but I plan to keep working. It’s better to wear out than to rust out”

LEARN THE IDIOM AND SPEAK
Do you have any retired people around you? How do they usually spend their time? What are you planning to do after you retire?

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