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20 Questions...Answered is a reproducible ESL/EFL reading-and-discussion textual content for fake novices, or for actual rookies who've already had approximately 8 months of guide within the language. every one unit examines a component of existence at the moment of curiosity. From renowned curiosity in Dinosaurs, within the net, in cosmetic surgery, in Cameras within the court, and in Endangered Species, 20 Questions...Answered covers all of them, and plenty of more!

Put fairly evidently, 20 Questions...Answered is stuffed with informative tales, with routines, on issues of curiosity to the fashionable scholar. themes contain: 1. activities drugs 2. child Boomers three. Hubble area Telescope four. motor vehicle safeguard five. Olympic video games 6. natural Farming 7. digital fact eight. Steroids nine. Physician-Assisted Suicide 10. Animation eleven. UFOs 12. Dentistry thirteen. Automation 14. Russia this day 15. Cashless Society sixteen. Woodstock fairs 17. Homelessness 18. Endangered Species 19. substitute drugs 20. determine Skating.

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B) entertaining adults as well as children all over the world. c) helping take humanity into infinity and space. d) giving a lot of people jobs to do. INTERPRETATION 1) What is your favorite cartoon? Why? What are the names of characters in the cartoon? Describe your favorite scene in the cartoon. 2) What advantages are there in making films with animated characters rather than with live actors? 3) Which is your favorite Disney cartoon? How many long-form Disney cartoons have you seen? WORD POWER Circle the letter of the word that means the same as the word on the left.

Children who watch an aging parent kept alive on machines often beg doctors to show mercy by ending their parent’s life. In 1961, the Euthanasia Society was formed in the United States. Their goal was to try and get the medical profession to change the Hippocratic oath. They wanted doctors to have the right to unplug life-support systems for patients who would die without them. They also wanted patients to have the right to die in cases where continuing to live would only cause them more and more pain.

In fact, the word “animate” means “to make something come alive or to be given The invention of the camera and the 4 projector led to the beginning of the motion picture film industry. ” Doing this made the objects in the photos appear to be moving. By 1875, an inventor in England had created a machine called a “projector” that made it possible to show a series of pictures in motion. ” A projector shines these frames on a screen at high speeds, making it appear as if the pictures are moving. 5 6 7 Animated movies are nothing more than still images that appear to come alive on screen.

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