Rubbish, rubbish everywhere.
People throw away millions of tons of rubbish every year. Now, we haven’t got enough places to put it. If we don’t do something soon, rubbish will be everywhere - on the ground, in the sea and maybe even in space!
What’s the problem?
The problem with rubbish is that it is ugly and it smells bad. It can also harm people, animals, plants and trees. Some things we throw away in our rubbish bins can poison our soil, water and air.
What can we do to help?
We can recycle many things like magazines, newspapers and mobile phones. We can also use some rubbish such as vegetable or fruit peelings to make compost. If we all help, the amount of rubbish will reduce.
Write true, false, doesn’t say:
1. The speaker says that if we don’t do something soon, rubbish will be everywhere - on the ground, in the sea and maybe even in space!
2. Rubbish can’t also harm people, animals, plants and trees.
3. The writer is going to organise an ecological campaign.
Virginia Evans, Jenny Dooley. Access 2. – Newbury: Express Publishing, 169p.