First, check here the different meanings of the word 'SNOWFLAKE'. As you can see, there is a wide range of meaning from the litteral one to the latest one. So are you really a snowflake and get offended by literally anything? Everybody has to be so careful with all the words he uses when speaking so as not to get into trouble.
Related articles you can read about the issue:
Is the snowflake generation really about to kill off comedy? (The Independent)
What does the underlined expression in this sentence mean?
Political correctness is forcing more comics to delicately tip-toe around issues of race, class and sexuality.
Here's a listening exercise to do: Snowflakes and taking offence (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English)
2. Write subject or object questions with the words below. Use the correct tenses. Then answer the questions.1. Wh0 / ride / a horse / now ?
Solutions to PART FOUR in the previous post.31. c 32. a 33. c 34. c 35. a 36. c 37. b 38. a 39. b 40. a
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