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As for me, I won't give up my current job, but,
1. I would like to have an Audio Studio or a little musical theatre or musical coffee shop with a small stage - for the live music (Violin, Cello, Double Bass, Flute, Clarinet, Piano, Classic Guitar).
2. I would like to have a world trip once for all.
Don't be stangy Wirati,
Take me with you.......
If I won a million pound lottery, I would divide it into three parts.
In the first place, I will save one-third of it in a back. Global economy is unstable. It’s unreasonable to invest all cash in stocks, bonds, and funds, especially for me, who don’t know about investment at all. Even though interest rate of a bank is very low, it’s safer for my money.
Secondly, I will share one-third of it with my family. Sharing money with them can express my appreciation and gratitude to them. Moreover, I hope my family can have a better life just like me.
Finally, I will make use of the rest to carry out my dream to travel all over the world. I love to experience different cultures. It’s a good chance to fulfill the exciting dream.
i would definitely travel. Then i'd probably set up or help support current organizations promoting education for children because i believe a good educational background is one of the most important things. although i confess i wasn't a serious student before, i realize it gives you leverage to make life a whole lot easier ;)
Hi James Shin
In my opinion, it is better to be realistic. If we hope to win a million pound lottery but that won't happen to us then we feel very depressed.
if this ii happend with me i m sure that the 1st i ii regain consciousness
That’s a quite hypothetical situation but surely I am getting delighted just by assuming it. The first thing that I would do after winning jackpot is hardcore party and world tour. Secondly, I would think about investment.