So how are the children of the 1980s doing compared to older generations?
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People born in the 80’s have less ____________ than those born in the 70’s.Correct
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How does the young man feel?Correct
He says “angry” and “disappointed” which are synonyms for “mad” and “let down”.
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Name three differences between people born in the 80’s and those born in the 70’sCorrect
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How is John’s record shop doing?Correct
Yes. We are told he runs “a successful record shop” and that business is “brisk” and so by implication it is “busy”.Incorrect
We are told he runs “a successful record shop” and that business is “brisk” and so by implication it is “busy”.
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What is John afraid of?Correct
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Name a problem that 20-somethings have to deal with.Correct
She says “we’re going to be constantly renting and rent prices are soaring” so no chance to actually buy a house.
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Complete the text
- We need to have a (youth) minister and we need to have a youth (strategy) that looks at what we’re doing on (housing), what we’re doing on Brexit, what we’re doing (across) the economy on the industrial strategy, what we’re doing on (climate) (change), to make (sure) we build an economy that is for young people, that does give them the opportunities they (deserve).