Across the times

Questions for discussion:

  1. Do you believe that it`s in principle possible to travel not only across space but also across time?
  2. What historic period would you visit, what event would you like to witness?
  3. Would you like to be only an invisible guest or maybe you`d prefer to take part in action?
  4. If you had an opportunity to stay in the past for a year, would you use it, and if yes, then what place and time would you choose?
  5. Imagine that somebody proposes you to perform a deed (no killing), which will result in crucial changes in our history. Would you agree?
  6. Imagine that somebody proposes you to change something in your past. Would you agree?
  7. Would you like to look at yourself from the outside?

Useful words and phrases:

  • Of all time - that has ever lived or existed
  • In no time (also in next to no time) - very quickly or very soon
  • Behind the times - Out-of-date; old-fashioned
  • Time of (one's) life - A highly pleasurable experience (We had the time of our lives at the beach)
  • Time on (one's) hands - An interval with nothing to do
  • Road to hell is paved with good intentions - When people say that the road to hell is paved with good intentions, they mean that positive intentions may have negative outcomes.
  • Not miss a trick - If someone doesn't miss a trick, they take advantage of everything that could help them or might be an opportunity for them.
  • Time and tide wait for no man - This is used as a way of suggestion that people should act without delay.
  • Time flies - This idiom means that time moves quickly and often unnoticed.

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