‘Do you have a mobile phone?’

‘Yes, of course I have a mobile phone. Everybody has one.’

‘Really? Are you sure that everybody has a mobile phone?’

‘Well, maybe the people in some very poor countries don’t have a mobile phone. But here, in Europe, everybody has one.’

‘Maybe you are right. And maybe you aren’t. But I agree that most people have a mobile phone.’

‘I’m glad that you agree with me. And why are you asking?’

‘I am asking because I am curious. I use my mobile phone too much. I think I will need to do something about it.’

‘I see.’

‘Do you use your mobile phone a lot as well?’

‘Yes. I have the same problem. I spend too much time on my mobile phone.’

‘Do you play games on it?’

‘No, I don’t. I don’t like playing games. But I read a lot of things on the internet. And I watch youtube videos a lot… And what about you? Do you play games on your mobile phone?’

‘Yes, I do. I like playing games. But, as I said, I think that I spend too much time on my mobile phone. Sometimes I feel that I don’t have time for other things.’

‘I understand. I have the same problem. So, what’s your plan? What are you going to do about it?’

‘I am planning to spend one whole weekend without the mobile phone. I will switch it off and put it on the shelf. On Monday, I will turn it on and use it again.’

‘That’s an interesting idea. You will tell me about your weekend on Monday.’

do something about it – niečo s tým robiť