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By Kirk Schreifer, John Sivell

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

Put relatively it appears that evidently, 20 Questions...Answered is stuffed with informative tales, with routines, on subject matters of curiosity to the fashionable scholar. themes contain: 1. activities medication 2. child Boomers three. Hubble house Telescope four. vehicle defense five. Olympic video games 6. natural Farming 7. digital truth eight. Steroids nine. Physician-Assisted Suicide 10. Animation eleven. UFOs 12. Dentistry thirteen. Automation 14. Russia this present day 15. Cashless Society sixteen. Woodstock gala's 17. Homelessness 18. Endangered Species 19. replacement medication 20. determine Skating.

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In North America, however, the laws on euthanasia are still strict. In the United States, for example, a retired doctor named Jack Kevorkian has been arrested for murder several times for helping people kill themselves. Although there are many who agree 9 that a person has the right to die, it is clear the controversy of physicianassisted suicide is not ready to die quite yet. THE MAIN IDEA Circle the letter of the sentence or phrase which best describes the main idea of the article about Physician-Assisted Suicide.

WORD POWER Circle the letter of the word that means the same as the word on the left. 1) vow a) poem b) promise c) course 2) on purpose a) knowingly b) for money c) too soon 3) reasonable a) awkward b) hasty c) sensible 4) cowardly a) lawless b) gutless c) responsible 5) aging a) crippled b) growing old c) miserly 6) terminal a) painful b) incurable c) stressful 9-4 CROSSWORD PUZZLE 1 2 3 5 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 ACROSS: 1) Should a doctor help end a life when the _____________________ is asking to die?

11) The reason steroids are _____________________ is because they do have a down side. 8-5 ANSWER KEY THE MAIN IDEA d) What steroids are and why they are banned. UNDERSTANDING WHAT YOU READ 1) The public did not become aware of anabolic steroids until after World War II, when they were used to help concentration camp survivors regain weight. 2) Athletes use steroids to enhance their build, speed, strength, endurance, and to quicken injuryrecovery time and to better handle the severity of a long, rough season.

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