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A: Hi Rita, how are you doing in Germany?
B: Hi Mike, I’m fine thanks.
A: How do you like the language course?
B: Well, I’m afraid it wasn’t really the best idea to come here. This town is rather small and there is nothing to do in the evening: Actually, I’m bored all the time.
A: Are you staying in a hostel?
B: No, I’m staying with a family with two children, who are very noisy and listen to loud music so I can’t study. They are quiet after about ten o’clock but I can’t sleep well because of their dogs. They keep barking all night. 
A: What about the weather?
B: It is very bad, it rains every day and there is a strong wind as well. Actually, I thought it would be sunny and warm so I didn’t bring warm clothes with me, so I caught a cold and now I don’t feel very well.
A: Poor you, that’s bad. And how did you spend the weekend?
B: We went on an excursion to the seaside but I lost my camera somewhere on the way and couldn’t take any photos. Fortunately it was an inexpensive model.
A: Why didn’t you use your phone to take photos?
B: I had forgotten to charge it the night before and the battery went flat. But at least the other people took some great pictures. I’ll post them soon.

Decide whether the following statements are true or false.

1. Rita goes to a secondary school in Germany.
2. It wasn’t a good decision to go to that town.
3. She is bored sometimes.
4. The children in the family can’t study because of the loud music.
5. She can’t sleep well because of the noisy children.              
6. She didn’t think the weather would be so bad.
7. She fell ill because she didn’t take warm clothes with her.
8. She lost her way at the excursion.
9. She took no photos at the seaside.
10. She forgot to take her phone with her.


1. False, 2. True, 3. False, 4. False, 5. False, 6. True, 7. True, 8. False, 9. True, 10. False


Meet the 5 Oldest People In The World And Learn Their Secrets To A Long Life

1. Misao Okawa, 116, Japan

Okawa was born in 1898 and became the oldest person in the world when another Japanese centenarian, Jiroemon Kimura, passed away in 2013. Okawa lives in an old people’s home in Osaka and eats three square meals a day. She especially likes sushi which she has at least once a month. But more important than diet are these three key tenets: “Eat and sleep and you will live a long time,” she said on her 116th birthday. “You have to learn to relax.” She also is said to sleep eight hours every night. Good, sound advice we think.

2. Gertrude Weaver, 116, Arkansas

Weaver is America’s oldest living person and celebrates her birthday on the 4th of July. She is said to still be relatively active. She says it’s her faith that keeps her going. “You have to follow God. Don’t follow anyone else,” she said on her 116th birthday. ” Follow God’s laws and don’t worry about anything. I’ve followed him for many, many years and I’m not tired.”

3. Jeralean Talley, 115, Michigan

Talley grew up in the South and was married for 52 years, until her husband died. She lives with her daughter and enjoys playing with her great-great-grandkids and even takes a fishing trip every year! She even has her own Facebook profile. Talley’s advice for a long life is perfectly simple: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you, that’s my way of living.”

4. Susannah Mushatt Jones, 115, New York

At 115, Mushatt Jones is as lively as ever. She loves bacon and scrambled eggs every day for breakfast — not exactly something that is a recipe for long life, you’d think. But except for vision loss due to eye problems, the only health problem she is medicated for is blood pressure. She’s also said to have an affinity for fancy clothes. “You can never get too old to wear fashionable stuff,” she’s said in a recent interview.

5. Emma Morano-Martinuzzi, 115, Italy

Morano-Martinuzzi was born just days before the turn of the century in November 1899. It’s her slightly unusual diet which she credits for her longevity. When she was just 20, Morano-Martinuzzi says that a doctor told her to have one raw and one cooked egg daily, which she does to this day. She also keeps dinner light, having just a glass of milk. Or maybe it’s getting enough sleep that’s doing the trick. She follows the old saying of early to bed, early to rise. She goes to bed at around 7 p.m. and wakes up just before 6 a.m. Incredible.

Source: Huffington Post

Decide whether the following statements are true or false.

1. Misao Okawa lives in her home in Osaka.
2. She only likes the Sushi she makes once a month.
3. People told Gertrud Weaver to be active.
4. She doesn’t worry about anything because of her faith in God.
5. Jeralean Talley from Michigan was 52 years old when her husband died.
6. She keeps in touch with her grandkids through Facebook.
7. Susannah Mushatt Jones has some problems with her eyes and her blood pressure.
8. She likes wearing fancy clothes.
9. Emma Morano-Martinuzzi from Italy has only eggs and milk for dinner.
10. She makes sure she gets enough sleep.


1. False, 2. False, 3. False, 4. True, 5. False, 6. False, 7. True, 8. True, 9. False, 10. True


10 Things You Should Do Every Day before 10 AM

Here are ten things you should do every morning before 10:00 am to have a good day.


Meditating or even some simple breathing can help you begin your day with a sense of calm. Instead of reaching for your phone or checking e-mails first thing in the morning, take just a few minutes to sit and experience the quiet. It will set the tone for your day and will help increase your focus, energy, and optimism.


Start your day by thinking about what you are grateful for. A consistent practice of gratitude in the mornings will increase your awareness of gratitude throughout your day. It will also make you stronger when challenges occur and help you put drama in perspective.


In the quiet of the day, before the fires need putting out, plan your day by focusing on three goals you want to accomplish. Make those goals a priority for the day. When you set about planning your day with intention, you are more likely to feel productive at the end of it.


As you go about setting your daily intentions, include some free time to deal with issues that arise during the day. Padding your schedule with free time will give you a better chance of achieving your goals and may even add some time to relax throughout the day.


Your body awakens dehydrated, so it is very important to drink up first thing in the morning. You should drink half of your total daily water intake by mid-morning. It will flush your system of toxins, leave you feeling less hungry and reduce headaches throughout the day.


We all wake up feeling a bit stiff. It isn’t always easy to incorporate exercise into a morning routine. If you were going to choose one thing, add a short muscle-stretching exercise to your morning schedule. Consistent stretching in the morning can increase flexibility, improve circulation, reduce stress throughout your day.


Starting your day with upbeat and fun music will not only wake you up but it will fill you with positive energy for your day. Music makes you feel good, increases motivation and performance and leads to a better night’s sleep too.


Start your day off by smiling at yourself in the bathroom mirror. Smiling will have a positive effect on your overall attitude and well-being, even when it starts out a little forced. Smiling will also make you a more effective leader.


Life is busy and morning routines can be a bit rushed. It can be very tempting when you are running behind to leave your clothes on the floor, dishes in the sink or leave the trash until later. Just do put them away! It also allows you to relax fully upon returning home.


Most people prefer to get a bunch of easy things checked off their to-do list first, but it has been shown that doing your hardest task first leads to a more productive and happier day. You are more likely to remember the day as being a good one when your day gets better and is easier over time.

source: Power of Positivity

Decide whether the following statements are true or false.

1. You should start your day being quiet for a few minutes.
2. Gratitude in the morning will help you deal with challenges during the day.
3. You should focus on a goal that you want to accomplish.
4. If you pad your schedule with free time, it will help you accomplish your goals.
5. You should drink equal amounts of water during the day.
6. Add stretching to the other exercises you do in the morning.
7. Listening to lively music will not necessarily wake up everybody in the morning.
8. Smiling has a positive impact only if you don’t force it.
9. It can be tempting to relax when you get home instead of cleaning up after yourself.
10. You should do your easiest task first.


1. true, 2. true, 3. false, 4. true, 5. false  , 6. false, 7. false   8. false, 9. false, 10. false 

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