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Below is a link to an article called 'What happens when an island is dependent on tourism' which is right for people with an intermediate level of English.

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Article summary:

This article talks about the economic importance of tourism in many small islands in the world. It starts by explaining how many small islands are dependent on tourism. It then explains why and what would happen to them if tourists didn't go. If finishes by suggesting things they should do to make sure that tourists continue visiting them.

Type of vocabulary used: Tourism, Economics