- Do you wash your hands every day?
- Do you feel safe during this coronavirus pandemic?
- frequent /FREE-kwuhnt/
- sanitizer /SAN-i-tahy-zer/
- routine /roo-TEEN/
- dispenser /dih-SPEN-ser/
- importance /im-PAWR-tns/
[adjective] happening or doing often
Rains are frequent in summer season.
[noun] a liquid for washing your hands in order to get rid of harmful bacteria from them
Use a sanitizer before and after eating.
[noun] a usual or fixed way of doing things
Her everyday routine always begins with drinking a glass of milk.
[noun] a machine or container that you can get something from
Mike put the remaining alcohol into a smaller container.
[noun] the quality of being important
We should all know the importance of studying English.
According to the researches of both Dr. Lindsay Broadbent (Centre for Infection and Immunity at Queen’s University Belfast) and Dr. Stephen Griffin (University of Leeds), there was no harm in using hand cream. In fact, they mentioned that they use hand creams often. The main concern was on how to use them. As per study, bacteria and germs could survive in a dispenser’s opening so contact with it was not advised.
The use of tissue papers to push the dispenser was suggested. They advised that the skin is the first level of protection against these viruses and the importance of washing our hands is still a big factor for one’s safety.
True or False:
- The coronavirus outbreak led to more people washing their hands.
- Using hand cream will make your hands rough or dry.
- Contact with dispensers or containers of hand creams are advised.
- Tissues are our first protection against bacteria and viruses.
- It is still important to wash hands every now and then.
Complete the sentences by using the words in the box.
- The military men all have a _______ that they must follow.
- I filled the __________ with liquid soap.
- Students must know the _______ of studying.
- The pharmacy ran out of hand __________ because of the outbreak.
- According to experts, __________ washing of hands can cause dry skin.