Time Travel English Question for Discussion

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    • #107823
      1. If you were able to travel into the future without any return, would you opt for it?
      2. If not, would you agree to project yourself into the future if someone could accompany you?
      3. How far would you be willing to go?
    • #107853
      Armaghan
      Participant

      1. No. Unless I had a chance to come back, I would go to the future.
      2. Yes. Perhaps a close friend of mine, who agrees with this journey too.
      3. If I had the choice, I would go very far. Beyond centuries.

      • #107857

        Feedback
        * I guess you meant “I wouldn’t go to the future”.
        * who agrees on / about this journey (agree with someone)
        Thanks for your reply. Looking forward to the other participants!
        We need your comments here to have a discussion in the class. The discussion will be based on your comments here.

    • #107888
      soroo sha
      Participant

      No, because I love my family and I never never never leave them.
      No, because even if I go with my sister to future I well miss rest of my family.
      Very very very very far away.

    • #107899
      Farhang Hooshmand
      Participant

      I am very eager to go and see the future invention but I think there are at least two problems . First I afraid that the chaneges are so enormous that I cannot accommodate with them. The second is that I am so bound to my family that I could not leave them for ever on my will. To be honest i am so conservative to take such a risk. If I were single may be I choose to go. And if Iwill go I prefer to go as far as possible.

      • #107903

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        * the future inventions
        * I’m afraid that
        * changes
        * accommodate to them
        * First, second, third OR First of all, second of all, etc.
        * forever
        * i => I
        * I might choose to go
        * maybe
        * If I could go

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