A project to help homeless people

By Y.Muriel


As far I’m concerned, I would rather spend the money on homeless help, as there is a big issue in our city because many people had been pushed out of their houses, so they are sleeping on the streets. Unfortunately, nowadays we let homeless people alone and this situation makes me angry. We’d better solve the problem instead let them struggle.



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The phones we love too much

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Text By Y.Muriel

The article “The phones we love too much”, written by Lesley Alderman, deals with the issue of mobile phones interferences in our lives, showing that these devices  interruptions have negative effects in love relationships.

We are so dependent on our phones like a relationship that we always carry them with us and we are constantly checking them.

And we are passionately attached to them because they find us useful information, they keep us amused and they allows us to communicate with other people, so we don’t stay alone.

However, phone love can go overboard so it can tamper with the face-to-face human love.

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17 ways technology will change our lives by 2050

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Article: “17 ways technology will change our lives by 2050”

There are new forms of tecnology are bound to change our lives.

Scroll down the cursor to see the summary predictions about the future.

  1. By 2018, drones start making deliveries like packages  to hospitals.

  2. A hyperloop will transport people between two cities. https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperloop

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What would it be like if people didn’t complain?

The people complain about the weather,  a signs, the parquing meters, people trying to stop people in the street and answer questions…

Mostly what people do on Facebook is complain.

The day chosen  for not complaining is the Tuesday August 12.

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My Child Holidays

By Y.Muriel

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I used to live in Barcelona when I was a child. My family and I used to spend our holidays in a touristy seaside that the Tourism hadn’t spoilt like the Costa Brava where we used to stay in a hotel.

In the morning we’d set off our journey at 7 o’clock. We’d take a surf lessons every day on the beach  that didn’t use to be overcrowded. We’d stand up on a surfboard and we’d go up the coast to a natural rock. This place was off the beaten track and the views from these rocks were breathtaking. Looking at the sunrise from these rocks was the best part of the day despite the morning cold. Then, at lunch time we’d go back to the coast and we’d eat in a picturesque restaurant next to the beach where we’d sample local food. After that, we always chilled out in our hotel rooms that had a tacky decor. Then, we’d hit the shops and we’d wander round the city. The old part of the town was really lively at the summer.

If only I could have some holidays like that again! I wish I stood up on a surfboard last summer!  Actually, I have my own family and we go every summer to Paris. If only we went to the seaside!

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of working from home?

By Y.Muriel

It is generally accepted that teleworking or telecommuting makes people happier and more productive. I agree with that entirely, because these workers who work from home using a computer and the Internet, save time as they don’t commute to work every day, like thousands of others commuters. Besides, they are less stressed as they can have more control over their work and time; as a result, they don’t work overtime.

On the other hand, remote work has some disadvantages. For instance, these workers don’t have to clock on and clock off every day. Consequently, the company can’t trust them because of this lack of working hours control. In addition, more people like going into the office and working with other workers around them.

Don’t you think so?

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