Blog 15

Dear all,

This is your task for this week:

“Keeping it safe”

Write about how to make your personal information safe. Answer these questions as a paragraph.

  1. Would you let a friend or family member use your credit card? 
  2. What’s the best way to remember your PIN? 
  3. Who would you give your PIN to?

Make sure that you:
  • Check unit 9 in the platform of cambridge, English Intermediate I and this blog. All of them will help you for a better writing in terms of vocabulary.
  • Include: Introduction, body (background events and main events) (3 short paragraphs) and conclusion.
Your post should be done in no less than 50 words. Write and publish it as soon as it is possible. Consider the grammar of units 8 & 9.

Deadline:  Friday 14/07/17

Read the paragraph below. Can you find mistakes? How many? Can you correct them
Hope it helps for your blog in Cambridge. Remember to read the unit before you starts writing.
Would you let a friend or family member use your credit card?

I would never let anyone else use my credit card because is very dangerous. Also, the credit card should be personal.

What’s the best way to remember your PIN?

The best way to remember your PIN is writing your PIN on your diary. You can repeat every day it until that you can remember that.

Would you give your PIN to?

I would never give my PIN to anyone. But, If I had an emergency, I could give my PIN to my mother or brother.
Hello classmates, I probably would not let my friend use my credit card but on the other hand I’d definitely let my family use my credit card because they are more reliable and honest. By the way, You definitely shouldn’t give your credit card to someone that you doesn’t know him very well.

Well, I usually write in on my note book notebook and I have to memorize it because you anyone shouldn’t have your PIN write in your note book for ever.

I’d give my PIN to people that I know very well. I don’t  wouldn’t give my PIN to someone who calls me on the phone. You know what I mean? It’s dangerous because someone could steal from you a lot of money and other things.                By Fernandez Villegas Richar Nilson
I would not let someone else use my credit card. for more reliable than known or can be because a credit card is personal and can not be delivered to anyone.

the best way to remember your PIN for my serious data quisas dates or easy to remember

I would not give my PIN to anyone, unless someone sercano as my sister, with whom you have confidence.
I would NEVER in a million years let anyone else use my credit card, regardless of who it is, no one other than me will ever have access to it. Of course, I can make an exception to really close friends or relatives, so long as I know what I'm paying for.
The best way to remember your PIN would be to practice repeating it to yourself (alone) to ensure that you don't forget. It might not be the most creative way, but it's still pretty effective, don't you think?

Finally, it goes without saying that my PIN would NOT be given to anyone else. I can't risk having someone use it to take out all the cash I have in my account.

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