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I chose to wander by Bethlehem Hospital; partly, because it lay on my road round to Westminster; partly, because I had a fancy in my head which could be best pursued within sight of its walls. And the fancy was: Are not the sane and the insane equal at night as the sane lie a dreaming? Are not all of us outside this hospital, who dream, more or less in the condition of those inside it, every night of our lives? Are we not nightly persuaded, as they daily are, that we associate preposterously with kings and queens, and notabilities of all sorts? Do we not nightly jumble events and personages and times and places, as these do daily? Said an afflicted man to me, when I visited a hospital like this, ‘Sir, I can frequently fly.’ I was half ashamed to reflect that so could I – by night. I wonder that the great master, when he called Sleep the death of each day’s life, did not call Dreams the insanity of each day’s sanity.
Passage adapted from: The Uncommercial Traveller, C Dickens (1860)
0. adverb happening at night or each night správná odpověď je nightly.
1. verb to walk around without a definite destination or purpose.(wander)
2. noun a sudden capricious idea (fancy)
3. verb to accept a point of view or to undertake a course of action by means of argument, reasoning (persuade)
4. adjective Feeling inferior, inadequate, or embarrassed (ashamed)
1. … difficulties in getting the tickets, we succeeded.
2. John asked where … the exam.
3. Humans have always wished they … .
4. I really think that you should … .
5. Jet streams are layers of air … rapidly above the earth’s surface.
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I am writing with regards to the article ‘Is the TV Dead?’ that appeared in your newspaper on the 4th March. The author claimed that with the rise of the Internet, the TV was becoming less and less significant in our lives.
I find it very difficult to agree with this view. The TV is still the main way most of us get our entertainment at home. It offers us the chance to see top musical artists, great films and documentaries and occasionally, thanks to important televised events, it has the power to bring the whole nation and all ages together in a way the Internet never could.
Your article was particularly critical of the TV for the poor quality of programmes available on the many channels we now have. It is certainly true that many of the channels offer nothing more than repeats or low budget programmes. However, I would argue that the majority of content on the Internet is also of questionable quality. I agree with the writer that it is easy to keep up-to-date with the latest news on the Internet, but I’m sure most of us still enjoy sitting down to the News on TV in the evening just as much.
The writer is correct in stating that the Internet has become our major source for research and I think this is its main strength. However, criticising the TV for not being as good is totally unfair. Information programmes like documentaries are made for their potential as entertainment not as research tools and as such will continue to be popular with viewers.
So in conclusion I don’t think the writer should be so quick to write the TV off. On the contrary, I think it has many more years left in it!
Question 1. The writer feels confused about TV these days.
Question 2. We learnt that according to the writer’s opinion TV is excellent entertainment.
Question 3. The author believes that the main problem of the TV is the quality of some of the programmes.
Question 4. The person writing this letter to the newspaper because he wants to complain.