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How are British Stores Fighting Climate Change? – Grammar Quiz

How are British Stores Fighting Climate Change? – Grammar Quiz

Learn about the changes that UK retailers are making to tackle climate change. There are also some comments from consumers (in “  ”) among the factual statements.

  1. Check you know the key vocabulary below, before beginning the quiz:

recycle / recycled / recycling (v.)    recyclable (adj.)    recycler (n.)

single-use    carrier bag    clothing bank    packaging    renewable

electric vehicle (EV)    recharge    home delivery    vegan    cruelty-free

zero-carbon    low-carbon    energy-efficient    consumption

environment    donate    charity shops    consumer    reuse

2. Take our exclusive online quiz abut how British stores are fighting climate change! All the questions are multiple choice, so just select the answer which you think is correct. There are twenty questions and the pass mark is 85%, which means you need 17 correct answers to pass.

How are British Stores Fighting Climate Change? - Grammar Quiz

How are British Stores Fighting Climate Change? – Grammar Quiz

3. Discuss the issues raised in the quiz. What are retailers doing in your country to meet the challenge of climate change? What would you like them to do? How can you be part of the process of change?

References:
https://www.about.sainsburys.co.uk/sustainability/better-for-the-planet
https://www.tescoplc.com/sustainability/taking-action/environment/packaging/
https://www.superdrug.com/dgfs/packaging
https://www.johnlewis.com/content/sustainability
https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/corporate-responsibility-1778-commercial.html
https://people-places.net/greening-high-streets/
https://www.mcdonalds.com/gb/en-gb/family-hub/environment-recycled-playground.html
https://www.mcdonalds.com/gb/en-gb/newsroom/article/News.rmhc_playground.html
https://brc.org.uk/climate-roadmap/section-1-context/15-the-uk-retail-industry-and-climate-change/

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30 Common Slang Contractions in English

30 Common Slang Contractions in English

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