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F. Talk About It! Using the questions below, talk about if you are a Can-do person. Take 45 seconds to write ❚❚ down your thoughts, then give your response to your partner/group. (a) If you could take 3 things on a deserted island, what would they be? (b) Can you explain your daily life cycle? (c) What makes you feel lonely? Examples: Fumika Tsuzuki: I have to protect my skin from poisonous plants or dangerous bugs, so I will bring my favorite blanket. It can keep me warm, too. To survive, I will need a fire in many situations, for instance, cooking, keeping warm, scaring off wild animals, and making an SOS signal. Finally, to get fish or to get fruits from tall trees, a long spear will work wonderfully. Actually, I want to bring my phone to update my twitter, but it’s is not a priority now. Noriko Suzuki: I’ve always thought about these kinds of experiences. Since my lifecycle basically consists of eating and sleeping, all I would need is a knife, bucket, and some rope. The knife would be to get food in many different ways. I would use the bucket to catch rainwater and the rope to make a shelter. I think I could survive a few weeks. I would just try to start a fire with wood, and wait till help arrived.

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G. Write About It! Read the question below. Plan a response of 150 to 300 words in 20 minutes. Using detailed ❚❚ examples to support your ideas, write it. • Do you agree with the expression “Never give up”?

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