- What smoking rules does your country have?
- Do you know the benefits of having rules?
- generation /jen-uh-REY-shuhn/
- forbidden /fer-BID-n/
- quit /kwit/
- switch /swich /
- population /pop-yuh-LEY-shuhn/
[noun] – all the people of about the same age within a society or within a particular family
In comparison to their parents, the younger generation smokes less.
[adjective] – not allowed, especially by law
What things are forbidden in the cinema?
[verb] – to stop doing something or leave a job or a place
Would you quit your work if you were to receive a large sum of money?
[verb] – to change suddenly or completely, especially from one thing to another, or to exchange by replacing one person or thing with another
She began her studies as an English major, but in her junior year, she switched to History.
[noun] – all the people living in a particular country, area, or place
Ten percent of the population lived in this area.
True or False:
- New Zealand will make it illegal to sell tobacco to the next generation.
- Anybody born after 2000 will be forbidden from purchasing cigarettes or tobacco products for the rest of their lives.
- Doctors and other health professionals in the country have commended the government’s smoking regulation.
- According to the article, the rule will help people quit or switch to less harmful products.
- New Zealand is dedicated to achieving a national target of lowering smoking rates to 5% by 2025.
Fill in the blanks:
- Nigeria has a _________ of nearly 100 million.
- People of my __________ all think the same way about this.
- It is __________ to smoke at school.
- He __________ the show last year because of bad health.
- Jeff has __________ from engineering to medicine as his major.