You have received an email message from your English-speaking pen-friend Andrea:
Subject: plastic waste
…I’ve decided to live a plastic-free life. Do you think it’s possible to live without plastic? Do you throw away your plastic bags after one use or do you reuse them? What things can we do to end plastic pollution?
…I’ve changed my eating habits…
Write an email to Andrea.
In your message:
− answer her questions;
− ask 3 questions about her eating habits.
Write 100–140 words.
Remember the rules of email writing.
Thanks for your recent email. It’s great that you’ve decided to live a plastic-free life!
You had some questions, right? I’m all up for answering them. I think living without plastic can be a bit tough in today’s world, but it’s definitely doable. Honestly, I find it hard to live without plastic, but I try my best to minimise the use of plastic bags by bringing my own reusable ones when I go shopping. If I do end up with a plastic bag, I find ways to give it a second life by reusing it. I think ending plastic pollution is a shared responsibility. We can start by using reusable bags, bottles, and containers.
Oh, and I’m so curious about your eating habits! What changes have you made? Are you following a specific diet? Are you exploring new recipes?
That’s all from me for now. Write back soon.