“A neighbor is a person who…”
in as many ways as possible.
1) Do you know your neighbours? How well do you know them?
2) Do you have a good relationship with them? Why?
a) The BBC liked the question and found the answer.
b) A research group called ICM asked 1002 people how they know their neighbours.
c) Men are less likely to say they know their neighbours than women.
d) Here are a few of the best.
e) We moved into our house in Leeds three years ago.
f) I'm a police officer.
g) It leaped out of the ocean.
h) I would like to ask a question.
1) The topic was very popular with lots of BBC listeners.
2) The topic provoked plenty of comments.
3) Here are a few of the best.
4) We reassured him we had no children.
5) We could all knock on anyone's door.
6) Many people ... don't know their immediate neighbours.
Which of these words?
- mean a large number/amount
- mean a small number/amount
- means none
- can only be used with countable nouns
· Good neighbours always….
· Good neighbours never…..
· Bad neighbours always…..
· Bad neighbours never…..
You live in a block of flats and people who live below you are always playing a very loud music late at night, which stops you sleeping. In fact, you haven't slept properly for weeks. You have asked them many times not to play music after 10 p.m. and they agree politely, but continue. What would you do?