Saori
We separate our waste into six categories, which are burnable waste, nonburnable waste, plastics, plastic bottles and glass bottles. It is the rules of the city where I live in. Fortunately, my apartment has a private garbage dump place in our property, so we can take out the garbage 24 hours a day, 365 days a year not limited to a garbage day. Plastics, plastic bottles, cans and glass bottles are recycled. But according to what I’ve heard, plastics are burnt as fuel. Can we call it being recycled?
Sep 22, 2021 1:12 PM
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We separate our waste into six categories, which are flammable waste, inflammable waste, plastics, plastic bottles and glass bottles. It is the rules of the city where I live. Fortunately, my apartment has a private garbage dump place in our property, so we can take out the garbage 24 hours a day, 365 days a year not limited to a single garbage day a week. Plastics, plastic bottles, cans and glass bottles are recycled. But according to what I’ve heard, plastics are burnt as fuel. Can we call it being recycled?
Flammable is a good English word to add to your vocabulary. It means something that is able to catch fire or be burned; something that you can burn. This is a very interesting piece you've written. Not many major errors so I hope my corrections will help you 😁👍 if you ever need any extra help with English, or if you want conversation practice on topics like this, I have a great lesson plan to help achieve your goal of learning English. Message me 😊🌈
Sep 22, 2021 1:19 PM
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Saori
Language Skills
English, Japanese
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English