Objective Proficiency p 109. Travel. Extra Speaking

Jump at something: to accept an opportunity, offer, etc. with enthusiasm. E.g. Sally jumped at the chance of visiting Rome. 
Draw+ prep.: to move in the direction mentioned. E.g. The train drew into the station.

Get out of sth: to avoid a responsibility or duty. Sp. eludir. E.g. We promised we'd go—we can't get out of it now. 


Would you jump at the chance of travelling into space? 

What are your views on space tourism?

Is the money spent on space exploration well invested?

What role do satellites play in our modern society?

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