BS1 Lesson 11: In Praise of Libraries

By British Stories

You probably know that millions of people go to football matches, theaters and cinemas every day… but do you know where more people go? Surprisingly, the library. In this lesson we discuss the British library — and an argument for protecting them.

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  • Athena Wong says:

    Libraries are more likely symbols of much-developed countries compared to others. You might be shocked by their services including everything you want, and all of those types of equipment are almost free. I definitely will visit it frequently if our library looks like the dokk1.

    When we say times are tough because of economic decline. Wouldn’t it be a possible solution for most families at no extra cost of consuming books? I think so.

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