Monday, May 8, 2017

Smoking: Kicking the Habit

Here's my newest listening activity on the issues of smoking and its effects on ourselves and those around us. Share your opinions on this topic:

http://esl-lab.com/smoking/smokingrd1.htm

What are the basic laws or rules of etiquette regarding smoking in public or at home in your area today? How have these laws changed over the years? For example, in some places, smoking is not allowed in public buildings, and you have to smoke a certain distance away from the entrance and windows of public buildings.

3 comments:

  1. Greetings from Guatemala, I like your website I learn so much, my father smokes every night before go to the bed, I hate when he does that

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  2. smooking is not good for human health, since it affects slungs in a negative way and after all it produces obstruction for breathing and some other consequences.

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  3. Where I live, Brazil, the most quantity of places has a place to smoke, in general, it is an open area.When you go to private public places, like a restaurant, a shopping, a night house or anything like it, you must smoke in this area... But in free public places like parks, streets, etc, you can smoke and do not have to pay attention around you...So, there are exceptions, in closed public places, like museums, you must not smoke, because it is closed... So, in my point of view, would have exist a law that you can only smoke in specific open areas, because the smoke of cigarettes is very prejudicial for people that do not smoke!

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Thanks for posting a comment. I appreciate your interesting in sharing your ideas.

Best,

Randall