THE WAY TO REDUCE GLOBAL WARMING Everybody should change their way of life to reduce global warming. There are several things that we can do. One of t
hem is by buying and consuming fresh local groceries as much as possible. It of course includes local vegetables, fruits, bread, etc. Local groceries don't need much transportation to get it into the market. It of course means, the amount of carbon dioxide produced is less than the groceries from other region. Therefore, by buying local groceries we are helping reduce the amount of carbon dioxide produced. Consuming fresh groceries instead of frozen ones are healthier for us. Furthermore, fresh food or groceries means no requirements for it to be freeze up. It means that no electricity is needed and saving energy means reducing carbon dioxide and money. So, from now on we should consume fresh local groceries to reduce global warming. 6. The text gives us information about.... 7 To reduce the global warming we should .... 8. We are helping reduce the amount of global warming" (Paragraph 2) The underlined word can be replaced by....
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an should teach the class herself.b.It’s a good idea to speak with the instructor.c.He would like to discuss psychology with the woman.d.The woman should see a psychiatrist
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Read the passage above, then identify the fact and opinion. Explain your reason!
Ironically, the “right to die” movement was founded on the premise th
at patients and/or families are the best judges of when it is time to die. Now, however, we are being told that doctors or ethicists are really the best judges of when we should die. Nancy Valko, journalist, medical ethicist, and intensive care unit nurse.
In a November 4, 2002, story in The Philadelphia Inquirer, “Penn Hospital to Limit Its Care in Futile Cases,” Stacey Burling reported that the ethics committee of the University of Pennsylvania Hospital had approved new guidelines. These guideline stated, “intensive care would not routinely be given to patients in a persistent vegetative or minimally conscious state. Only patients who had explicitly requested such care would get. This exclusion from rehabilitative or other forms of life-enhancing treatment will apply to patients with severe brain damage.
These patients, for whom the hospital and its ethics committee have abandoned hop, would not even be admitted to an ICU.