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This is the preparation material for an English conversation lesson about Entertainment. Listen to an audio debate about whether watching a movie at home is more enjoyable than watching a movie in a cinema. Learn vocabulary, phrasal verbs and idioms relating to the subject of entertainment and learn how to answer commonly asked conversation questions about this topic.
Should humans be allowed to use other animals as objects of sport and entertainment?
This topic is about various other uses of animals for sport, pleasure, and entertainment. A wide variety of examples from different cultures around the world might be brought into this debate: 'blood sports' such as fox and stag hunting, and fishing; forms of entertainment using performing animals, such as circuses; and sports in which animals perform for human enjoyment, such as horse racing. Views on these issues are often very culture-specific - e.g. some British people may feel more sympathy with fox hunting - these practices can form part of a national culture. Nonetheless animal rights advocates find these to be the most indefensible ways that humans treat other animals. There are two parts to the proposition case: first, it is wrong in principle to exploit non-human animals in any way; secondly, there are many concrete examples of how animals are made to suffer in the context of sports and entertainment.