Safety has become one of the biggest concerns of the modern age. There are a number of things you have to take care of every day to make sure you live a safe and happy life. In this video, we’ll talk about some major safety concerns and how you can discuss them with your friends and family.
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In this lesson you will learn phrases that you can use to discuss safety factors with your friends and family.
Hello! Great to see you, dear viewer. Safety is a very important thing and we often discuss our concerns about it with our friends and family. We can get some good advice on what we should do to ensure safety, when we discuss the subject with others.
So let’s listen to some conversations which show you how to talk about safety concerns. Don’t forget to practice the lines by pausing the lesson and repeating the dialog anywhere you want! It will help you build up your English fluency. Also check out the vocabulary section at the end to increase your vocabulary.
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Emma: I don't know what’s happening to the world!
Lauren: What happened? Why do you look so upset?
Emma: Crimes are increasing every day! What’s wrong with people?
Lauren: So many people live in adverse circumstances. Some people are not left with much choice.
Emma: Is that it?
Lauren: Also, sometimes lack of good parenting leads to crimes.
Emma: I guess people are just not ready to accept what they have, and the greed to have more leads them to illegal activities, even murder.
Lauren: You know what I think? Our society should take a stand against every crime. Then things would improve!
Rosy: Wait! I have to go back upstairs.
Brian: Why? We’re already behind schedule.
Rosy: I have to check the terrace gate.
Brian: What’s the matter?
Rosy: Maybe I forgot to lock it.
Brian: No, you didn’t. I locked it myself before coming down.
Rosy: Are you sure?
Brian: Yes. I am sure.
Rosy: I just want to make sure the kids are safe when we aren’t around.
Brian: Don’t worry. I’ve checked everything. You’re just being over concerned.
Brian: Is this fire alarm system enough to protect the school premises from fire?
Emma: Yes, it is. These fire alarms have been installed in every wing of the school. As soon as they ring, the water sprinklers will start automatically.
Brian: Are there any safe exit points for students?
Emma: Yes. They’ll be directed to move to the north parking lot.
Brian: Alright. Are the students being trained to know what to do when the alarm goes off?
Emma: Absolutely! Every semester we conduct fire drills so the students know what to do in case of a fire.
Brian: That’s good!
Rosy: What are you watching?
Lauren: Our mayor’s statement on the crime rate in our state.
Rosy: What does he have to say about it?
Lauren: He says the crime rate has substantially reduced in the last couple of years.
Rosy: Really? Two crimes in one night two blocks away, and he says the crime rate is improving?
Lauren: Maybe he’s talking about his own neighborhood.