And so does Phil Collins in this song:
How would you translate the sentence? Why do you use 'would'?
We all wish things were and would be so different!!! That's the case with food waste. What do we do with all the food that is produced and not consumed in developed countries. Here are some related articles for you to read (you can also have a look at the LINGOHACK section, where the issue is also dealt):
One third of all food wasted! (Unric)
Which verb does the word 'edible' (first article) come from? What does 'retailer' mean?
Activities for my 2º ESO studens: What do you usually eat? Do you leave anything on the plate? Do you throw it away? What did you use to eat five years ago when you were younger? What does 'waste food' mean?
And now let's watch this video about SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT in English >>>
Solutions to the exercises in the previous post:
POLITE.- person with good manners. Not rude.
FARMER.- A person who owns a farm or who works in the fields.
63. (a) The Savage said what those nasty boys were doing there.
(b) He said that nobody believed it was going to happen because/since/as everybody thourght it would pass away. (c) He told her not to think about it any more.
- Episode 171122 / 22 November 2017 >>> Britain's food waste problem - Language related to 'waste'. Need-to-know language: sell-by date, discarded, overproduction, surplus, landfill.