Warm-up
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Listening: Part 1
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Question Time: Part 2
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Read the following questions about the environment and environmental protection and try to answer them.
Read the following questions about the environment and environmental protection and try to answer them.

Listen to an Englishman answering the questions and do the tasks that follow.
Listen and put the expressions below in the order that you hear them.

Depends on where you go
it would help from the pollution side of things
it would be stupid to ban cars from city centres completely
it’s changed hugely
there is nothing wrong with drinking tap water
turning the television on for instance
I would smoke outside in any kinds of weather
We should recycle because we are using up too many resources
it’s entirely up to them
I saw that as my punishment
Listen to an Englishman answering the questions and do the tasks that follow.
Fill in the gap using ONE suitable word.


All right, it’s changed   since I was a child, I think, because I remember things like turning the television on for   ...
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Fill in the gap using ONE suitable word.


We would have to   the television on 45 minutes before the TV programme started, just so that it would   warm up.
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Fill in the gap using ONE suitable word.


 I’ve seen places where the local   is just covered in    carrier bags and it... it looks terrible
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Fill in the gap using ONE suitable word.


The   that one more bottle of water is another bottle of plastic that is going into another   somewhere and not being   .
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Fill in the gap using ONE suitable word.


I think that London has   that it’s not a bad idea to have some kind of   over how many cars are in a city centre.
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Fill in the gap using ONE suitable word.


I think if people smoke inside their own houses then it’s   up to them, it’s their   house.
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Fill in the gap using ONE suitable word.


 house.
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Fill in the gap using ONE suitable word.


When I was a smoker, I never smoked   , as in never smoked inside someone’s house   they did. 
4 Now read questions 6-10 and answer them with the help of the expressions given below.

6. What are some sources of alternative, renewable, energy? there’s solar energy – I don’t know a lot about it to be honest – pumping out pollution into the air 7. What are some ways energy is wasted? A lot of people waste a lot of energy – turn everything off – I think it’s very lazy that – save money 8. Are companies more or less environmentally responsible now than they were in the past? there’s a lot of talk about – environmentally responsible 9. Should gas for motorists be more expensive? Why shouldn’t they pay more for it? – use public transport – traffic jams – if they didn’t have a car 10. What’s happening to forests in the world? What happens when we remove forests? What can we do to protect forests? I’m no expert – Amazon forest – it can’t be good – kill off all of the forests – I’m not sure.
Fill in the gaps using ONE suitable word.


the   cars, which I don’t know a lot about to be   , but I know they’re doing it.
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I’ve actually heard where people are   about wind energy because it looks   .
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I think that is just the   excuse I have ever heard in my   .
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A lot of people   a lot of energy by not   things off and it is a   thing of mine that they need to turn everything off. 
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Okay, about 7-8 years ago I first heard the term “sustainable   ” and it was by this guy in our department who was talking about it and everybody else was going “What? How? What is it?”
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I think a lot of people just... there’s a lot of talk about how   responsible they are, but I don’t think they are ..
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Why shouldn’t they   more for it when most people who use a car could quite easily use   transport instead.
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I’m no   , but I think that the forests are   .
Gratulálunk, sikeres a tananyag kitöltése.

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