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"Is your house eco-friendly?"
Are wastes at your home collected for recycling?
If yes, which of the following do you recycle?
What kind of drinks do you buy most often?
Do you buy fruits and vegetables:
What kind of shopping bags is used in your house?
Are the aerosol containers (e.g. deodorants) used in your house?
If your family has got a car, whats its fuel type?
If you go to another part of the city, which of the following do you prefer?
What kind of toilet paper do you use/buy?
Do you use paper towels and napkins in your house?
Do you mostly take:
If there is a washing machine in your house, is it used when the drum is fully filled?
Do you leave the lights on when you leave your room?
How many electrical devices are there in your kitchen?
You do a drawing on a piece of paper. You dont like your drawing. What do you do with the paper?
How many energy-saving light bulbs do you have in your house?
Does anyone smoke in your family?
What is the temperature in your room?
Do you turn off the electrical appliances when you go to bed?
How many plants do you have in your house?
When you brush your teeth, do you let the water run?
Do you take part in ecological events?
Do you bring out- of- date medicine to the chemists?
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