- What is the adjective that comes from 'craze'?
- What is the opposite of 'take off' in this context?
- What is the verb that comes from 'hopper'? Which animal do you know that is based on this word and that is the name of Swiss football team?
- What do you think a 'herd mentality' mean? Tell me a job derived from this word. Do you think teens have a herd mentality, especially with regard to the Big Bottle phenomenon.
Listening exercise to do: 'Why do crazes take off?' (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English)
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12 Pubs of Christmas becomes festive craze (The Guardian)
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