JUST READ IT Answers: Should Hong Kong say goodbye to phone booths when many of them earn less than HK$1 a day? [February 13, 2019]

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1. Because most people in Hong Kong use smartphones 

2. Arguments for removing (any two from): obstruction for pedestrians/get in the line of sight of drivers/ take up too much space on pathways.

Arguments for keeping: keep for emergencies; add new functions 

3. grimy 

4. (i) NG

(ii) F - they own more than 2.5 on average

(iii) T

(iv) NG

5. Making (selected) phone booths smart.

6. C

7. B

8. Mini libraries/art galleries/information centres/shops/ exhibition spaces/ housing defibrillators 

9. They offer phone-charging facilities.