How important is the future for you? What things would you cater for your future needs? Money, love, friends, home....?
Let's begin reading a nice story that may give you a clue.
Here are some articles for you to read and a listening exercise:
Millions in Britain at risk of poor-quality later life (The Guardian)
Poor people don’t plan long-term... (The Guardian)
Listening exercise: Do you care if you're poor when you get old? (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English)
BUT WHY?? 😱 When you are in the need to express the cause of something >>> English in a Minute: 'Because' / 'As' / 'Since' (BBC Learning English).
Emma in mmmEnglish!! explaining How to Use WITH & BY ⚡️English Prepositions | Common Grammar Mistakes (English Grammar Lesson)
Expressions and idioms seen in Emma's quiz in previous post:
brush up , lightning fast , a piece of cake , wouldn't hurt a fly , so far, so good , a pain in the neck , to hit the road , to hit the deck (to fall over) , to jump ship , itchy feet , to have (your head) head in the clouds , get something off (my) chest , to feel under the weather , to have a change of heart , to be wrapped around someone's finger , to wing it , to bite off more than one can chew , to bring something to the table , to be in a pickle , to get out of hand
REVISION FOR ESO
"All work and no play makes Jack/Jill a dull boy/girl"
SOLUTIONS to the exercises in the previous post (and for further exercises on 4º ESO):
38.1. How 2. What 3. What an 4.What a