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I'm nineteen and I live with my family. _____. I attempted suicide once and ended up in hospital. I've been to a psychiatrist once, called on the social services. But all this help gets me nowhere.
I'm the sort of person who is very fond of living
For the past seven years, I've been deeply depressed.
Sometimes, the conditions make people work very hard to achieve their ambitions.
I don't approve of younger generation's looking down on elderly ones.
I had a pleasant childhood in a small greenish village.
The forest was dangerous because of wild animals. Susie's parents told her never, never to go there alone. But Susie was curious about the forest, and every time they told her not to go there, it made her more curious, until one day she decided to walk just a short distance into it. After she'd gone a little way, she thought of turning back, _____. Soon she was deep into the forest.
but just then she saw something up ahead that made her curious again.
therefore she wanted to advance into the forest.
because she didn't exactly know what she was looking for.
so she started to walk back home before it grew dark.
thinking that her parents might have started to get worried about her.
_____. Species of animals which have not been able to survive in these changed conditions have become extinct. Since the year 1600, about 120 species have disappeared from the earth. Other species have been reduced to the point where they may not be able to survive in the future. These are called endangered species.
Industrial development and population growth have caused changes in the balance of nature.
Industry has developed so enormously in recent years that it causes the nature to lose its beauties.
Nature is sometimes much too cruel for some animals to survive.
Although man has been trying to provide some animal species with food, he can\'t prevent them from becoming extinct.
Some species of animals are far too dangerous for both nature and man.
_____. Lions and tigers have sharp claws, swiftness and strength; monkeys can climb into trees away from their enemies. Birds can fly, turtles withdraw into their shells. But one of the most fascinating means of protection is deception, the ability many creatures have to camouflage themselves so that they will be missed by their enemies.
Nature has provided every living creature with some way to protect itself.
People can learn many things from certain animal species.
It's only natural that one should defend himself when he is in danger.
Most species of animals live more happily in the wilderness than they do in captivity.
There are many species of animals on earth, some are wild and some are domestic.
Two of the major religions of the world are Christianity and Islam, _____. Both worship the same deity, whom the Christians call God and the Muslims call Allah. For knowledge of his faith and for inspiration, the Christian turns to his holy book, the Bible. The Muslim, too, has a holy book, the Koran, which guides his prayers and gives meaning to his life.
Islam is the last one of the four great religions.
Although they are apparently different, the two faiths share several fundamental beliefs and practices.
why people should rely on a supreme power is explained by psychologists as a need in human being to be dependent on something superior to himself.
In the past. there were small tribes that worshipped many supreme powers
There are also a number of minor religions in the world.
We began our long trek in freezing wind and snow. Before we finished, I knew we would encounter not only harsh winter conditions, but burning deserts and scorching sun. _______. For now, the cold was our worst enemy. Huddled around our tiny fire in our tent at night, we felt we would give anything for the warm sun.
It was hard to believe that in a few weeks we would be longing for a breath of cool air
We knew that the trip north to the polar region would make us all rich and famous
This was certainly one of the world's mildest and most temperate climates
Tropical rain forests like this present the traveller with special difficulties
I was looking forward to showing off my tan at the swimming pool.
The floppy disk has revolutionised publishing. Before its invention, typed or hand-written documents had to be edited and then completely retyped, whereas now corrections can simply be typed into a computer. _______ and authors sometimes even lost their only copy while taking it to the publisher. Now entire manuscripts can be copied from one disk to another in an instant.
As it was time consuming to make copies of the manuscripts, usually there was only one
At one time, however, some authors refused to use even the typewriter
A careless user, however, can erase everything from a hard disk
Hard disks are now so large that entire libraries can be stored on them
E-mail is yet another quick and easy way of sending manuscripts
Any comparison between life at the end of the last century, and of this one would highlight the enormous advances in medicine which many people nowadays take almost for granted. By 1900, clean water and good sanitation had reduced the death rate from infectious diseases. There were no antibiotics, no vaccines, no insulin, and no medicines to treat high blood pressure, ulcers, cancer, or mental illness. Surgery was severely limited by the threat of infection. ______.
This very success has actually led to more problems because of the resulting overpopulation
However, there was still very little that medicine could do for people who were iil
Florence Nightingale was one of the most important figures in nursing in the 19th century.
Unfortunately some of those diseases still exist today in Third World countries
There were a great many new medicines and sur¬gical techniques to treat illnesses as well
_______ It may be simply a few palm trees around a spring, or a larger area where cultivation of crops is possible. The existence of oases makes it possible for nomads to cross the desert in search of pasture for their animals.
Desert people are among the most hospitable people in the world
Wandering nomads are always looking for somewhere to settle permanently
Where there is a palm tree in a desert, there is usually water available.
Not many people know that there are many farms in the Sahara Desert
An oasis is an area İn a desert where there is water and vegetation
The calcium stored in the bones and teeth is constantly being exchanged with the calcium in the blood. _______. However, too much calcium can be a problem as well, and can lead to the calcification of joints and produce kidney stones in 1952, one of these stones, weighing nearly seven kilos, was removed from an 80-year-old woman.
A deficiency of calcium can lead to rickets, a disease primarily of childhood in which bones remain soft
Calcium is readily available in dairy products and in some vegetables, most notably, spinach
The element was discovered by Sir Humphry Davy of England, the discoverer of boron, in 1808
Copper has been known since prehistoric times and is just as important as calcium for human life
Because of this pregnant women should have a balanced diet or their bones may suffer damage
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