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Accidents and apologising

Accidents and apologising

Hi,

the upcoming week we are going to discuss the topics of home and car accidents, apologising and reconciliation (an end to a disagreement and the start of a good relationship again).

THIS WEEK’S CATEGORY IN ASAP ENGLISH WORKSHOPS:

EVERYDAY LIFE AND LEISURE

Topics connected with: accidents and apology

ACCIDENTS

1. How to avoid accidents when driving a car in bad weather.

3. Most popular accidents at home

Some abbreviatios from the article worth knowing:

A&E – accident & emergency department.

DIY – do-it-yourself

PE – physical education

NHS – National Healthcare System

10ft – ten feet high

£10bn – ten billion pounds

Article: https://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/dec/12/home-accident-risk-nhs-doctor

4. Accidents and injuries vocabulary quiz

Practise 10 expressions with the interactive quiz. Quiz link

 

-> Related article: Sport, inury and risk.

ATONEMENT

Atonement is the act of showing you are sorry for doing something wrong in the past. Watch the following videos to learn to apologize and find the reasons for doing it.

1. Why apologize?

Read this short  article about why apologize even if you are not sorry.  Article: https://careers.workopolis.com/advice/why-apologize-even-when-youre-not-sorry/

2. How to forgive

3. A perfect apology

4. In search of the man who broke my neck – a powerful TED talk.

I guess, “powerful” is not enough to describe it. Life writes the most moving, shocking stories. This time, it is a story of searching for, among other reasons, a peace of mind.

JOT IT DOWN

Join us in the English practise and write two paragraphs (about 200 words) about one chosen topic. Follow a three-part structure – introduction, main body, summary. Post your answer here or bring your text to the workshops. It will be a great form of a revision of words for other students and for you a booster in learning. Trust me. 🙂

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