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DO DOES IN YES NO QUESTIONS 2

DO DOES IN YES NO QUESTIONS 2

www.e-grammar.org/present-simple/Present simple tense exercises: do and does (yes | no questions)Underline mistakes and write correct present simple forms in the brackets. Be careful, insome questions there are one or two mistakes, but some questions are correct!Example:Do your sister plays tennis? (Does, play)1. Does your parents live in a house? ( .......... )2. Do your brother and sister eat meat? ( ......... )3. Does Sam works on a computer? ( .......... )4. Do you think she is your best friend? ( .......... )5. Do she thinks you are her best friend? ( ......... )6. Do Jill's cat catch mice at night? ( .......... )7. Does Claire and Brad help in the garden? ( .......... )8. Do Tim's dogs eat bones? ( .......... )9. Does her classmates do their homework? ( .......... )10. Does your uncle and aunt watch football on TV? ( .......... )11. Do Mike's friend speaks English? ( .......... )12. Do lions live in India? ( .......... )
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PREINTERMEDIATE READING COMPREHENSION TEST 02

PREINTERMEDIATE READING COMPREHENSION TEST 02

realizing that interviews are two-sided and making themost of it.When you are being interviewed for a job, remember that it's normal for manypeople to be nervous, particularly in such a stress-producing situation. There areplenty of jobs - indeed, probably most - where a little nervousness isn't looked ataskance. It does help to dry a damp brow or a clammy hand just before meeting theinterviewer, but otherwise, don't be too concerned about the outward manifestationsof your nervousness. Experienced interviewers will discount most physical signs ofnervousness. The only one that people have a hard time ignoring is a fidgety hand.Interviewees who constantly twist their hands or make movements that aredramatically distracting are calling to their nervousness.Remember that interviewers talk to people in order to hire, not because theyenjoy embarrassing, uneasy applicants. One way to overcome a flustered feeling, or"butterflies in the stomach", is to note that interviewers want to hire people whohave something to offer the company. If interviewers think you will fit into theirorganization, you will be the one who is sought after. It's almost as if you areinterviewing them to see if they are good enough for you.Question 4: "butterflies in the stomach" means5.A.a nervous feeling.B.feeling of happiness.
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20 ĐỀ THI HỌC SINH GIỎI MÔN ANH ( CÓ ĐÁP ÁN)

20 ĐỀ THI HỌC SINH GIỎI MÔN ANH ( CÓ ĐÁP ÁN)

ĐỀ THI HSG ANH 8ĐỀ SỐ 1Questions:I. Choose one of word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others. 1. A. Christmas B. character C. school D. church 2. A. traveled B. surprised C. worked D. climbed3. A. tour B. pour C. your D. course4. A. towel B. down C. window D. flower5. A. cook B. food C. too D. poolII. Choose the best answer to complete the following sentences. 1. His handwriting is terrible. It’s not easy at all ….........what he writes. A. to seeB. to read C. reading D. seeing2. The city is ……………….on the shore of Lake Michigan. A. visited B. lied C. laying D. located3. Kim Tan town is……………….. busier. A. becomingB. doing C. making D. having4. The Smiths never go out in the evening, ……………….? A. do theyB. don’t they C. doesn’t he D. does he5. Ba is strong enough…………….. his father with the work on the farm. A. helping B. help C. helps D. to help6. Last week my child …………… to the biggest zoo in town by my wife. A. took B. were taken C. went D. has gone7. I tried my. ……………not to laugh, but I couldn’t. A. goodB. well C. best D. better8. Are you proud…………….your country and its tradition ? A. about B. on C. of D. for9. I want to ask my parents ................... some money. A. from B. for C. with D. about10. You are very different ........................ your brother. A. to B. for C. with D. from 11. I am better ........................ English than Nam. A. than B. with C. at D. for12. He seldom goes fishing, ...................? A. doesnt he B. is he C. does he D. isnt he13. Heavy rains …….the plane for several hours A. stopped B. prevented C. delayed D. kept14. You must go to school ……the ages of 5 and 16. it is compulsory. A. from B. over C. during D. between 15. Sorry to keep you…………
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30215 HEALTH

30215 HEALTH

andHealthy LifestyleSo what does a healthy lifestyle mean? According to thedictionary, lifestyle is a way of life or style of living thatreflectsthe attitudes and value of a person or group. Health andFitnessRegular exercise is an important part of a healthylifestyle.Aerobic exercise is good for your heart and your body.EvenYoga has an essential part in our lives, as it helps toreduceyour stress level. You cannot have a healthy lifestyle ifyou aredepressed and unhappy. Alternative health options likeherbalmedicine, massage therapy, meditation, can benefit youand help you have a healthier lifestyle. Living a healthy lifestyle takes discipline. You must make up yourmind and choose things that are good for you and your loved ones. Living a healthy lifestyle involvestaking care of your physical, mental and spiritual health. You need to arm yourself with appropriateknowledge that will ensure that you get the result you want.1. State whether the given statement is true (T), False (F) or Not mentioned (N)Nr. Statement1.The dictionary states that a healthy lifestyle displays person’s attitudes andvalues of living.2.There are only few exercises that help us to be in shape.
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31723 DO DOES DONT DOESNT

31723 DO DOES DONT DOESNT

Complete the questions using DO/DOES1.- ……… I eat spaghetti on Sundays? Yes, I …….2.- ………. your mom iron the sheets? Yes, she …..3.- ……… Alex play the piano? Yes, he ……..4.- ………. you read magazines? Yes, I ………5.-………. Sonia and Alice draw pictures? Yes, they ……6.-…….. you like hamburgers? Yes, I ……..7.- …….the gardener cut down the trees?Complete the sentences using Do/don’t/does/doesn’t8.- …….. the kid cry at school? Yes, he ……….1.-Harry ………. clean his flat very often. He’s too lazy.9.-……. Sarah work at the hospital? Yes, she ……..2.-Elizabeth ………..…wear high heel shoes.10.-………..we go to the zoo? Yes, we ……….3.-………… Frank behave well at school? Yes, he ………11.-………… George wear a red tie? Yes, he ………4.-………. you like watching cartoons? Yes, I ……….12.-………… they catch the train? Yes, they ……….5.-How often ………. Jonas brush his teeth?13.- ………..the two boys do skateboarding?6.-I never go to the theatre because I ……… like it.Answer the questions using Don’t /Doesn’t1.-Do you receive many emails? No, I ………..2.-Does he help you? No, he ……….3.-Does your teacher like you? No, she …….4.-Do we have a shower every day? No, we………5.-Does Martha tidy the flat? No, she ……..
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NOTE ON REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS

NOTE ON REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS

Note on reflexive pronounsBy myself / yourselfThe expression by myself / yourself etc., is used to mean ‘alone’ or ‘without help.’I can solve this problem by myself. (= I can solve this problem without help.)She likes to spend time by herself. (= She likes to be alone.)My own, your own etcReflexive pronouns do not have a possessive form. For example, we cannot say: himself’s photos or herself’sbooks. Instead, we use an expression with own.He cooks his own meals. (NOT He cooks himself’s meals.)She designs her own clothes. (NOT She designs herself’s clothes.)Verbs not used with reflexivesCertain verbs are not usually used with reflexive pronouns. Examples are: wash, dress, concentrate, feel,strange and shaveHe shaves every day. (NOT He shaves himself every day.)Hurry! (NOT Hurry yourself!)But reflexives are used when it is necessary to make it clear who does the action.The barber shaves people who don’t shave themselves. (NOT The barber shaves people who don’tshave.)Stay on top of your writing! Download our grammar guide from www.englishgrammar.org to stay up-to-date.Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
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SPEAKING 8

SPEAKING 8

Topic 2HOUSE AND HOMEMy house is located at number 50 27/4 street, Baria city. It is in a quietneighborhood. It is small and made of bricks. It’s about 5m wide and 20 m long. Ithas four rooms. They are: the living room, the bedroom, the kitchen and thebathroom. The living room and the bedroom are very nice and tidy. There is notmuch furniture in my house. It is old and inexpensive.My family consists of five people. They are my parents, my elder brother, myyounger sister and I. My father is an engineer. He is working in a governmentoffice. My mother is a teacher and she is teaching in the primary school. My sisteris a student. I feel very happy to live at home because my parents, my brother andmy sister love me a lot. I love them very much, too.Questions1. Where’s your house?2. What is it made of?3. How long / wide is your house?4. How many room does your house have?5. How is the living room? (What’s the living room like?)6. How many people / members are there in your family?7. What’s your father’s job? Where is he working?8. What does your mother do? Where does she work?9. How do you feel when you live with your family?10. What do you often do to help your parents at home?Topic 3EDUCATION AND FUTURE CAREERHello, teacher and class. And now I will tell you something about my education andfuture career.My name’s Van Khang. I am an eighth-form student of PhuocNguyen junior high
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MAKE MEANINGFUL SENTENCES

MAKE MEANINGFUL SENTENCES

Make meaningful sentencesMake meaningful sentences in the present continuous tense.1. She / a story / read.2. The child / wait / his / for / father.3. Who / at / stand / gate / the?4. Less / I / eat / butter.5. Slowly / my grandmother / walk / past.6. David / stroll / a field / across / sunny / one / morning.7. Hanging / a / trousers / pair / cupboard / in the.8. Sharon / a cold / suffer/ from.9. He / lessons / learn / his.10. That / bigger / get / child / every day.11. She / like / does not / disturbed /to / if / be / she / work.12. Why / girl / that / on the table / stand?Answers1. She is reading a story.2. The child is waiting for his father.3. Who is standing at the gate?4. I am eating less butter.5. My grandmother was walking past slowly.6. David is strolling across a field one sunny morning.7. A pair of trousers is hanging in the cupboard.8. Sharon is suffering from a cold.9. He is learning his lessons.10. That child is getting bigger everyday.11. She does not like to be disturbed if she is working.12. Why is that girl standing on the table?Stay on top of your writing! Download our grammar guide from www.englishgrammar.org to stay up-to-date.
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BIOLOGY THE CORE 1ST EDITION SIMON TEST BANK

BIOLOGY THE CORE 1ST EDITION SIMON TEST BANK

55) Why does sweating cool your skin on a hot, dry day but makes you feel warmer on a hot,humid day?Answer: Possible Answer: The evaporative cooling of sweat cools the skin as the water and theheat it has absorbed move from the skin to the drier air. Sweat does not evaporate as well on ahumid day, tending instead to build up on the skin, insulating the body rather than cooling it.Topic: 2.5Skill: Synthesis/EvaluationLearning Outcome: 2.3Global Learning: G256) Individual amino acids have unique chemical qualities but these do not directly determine thefunction of an enzyme. What then is the role of the individual amino acid's unique chemicalqualities and what then directly determines the function of an enzyme?Answer: Possible Answer: The side groups of an amino acid are what give the amino acid itsunique chemical qualities. These allow specific amino acids in the polypeptide chain to bind toother specific amino acids, which fold and twist the polypeptide into a specific three-dimensionalshape. The shape may include an indentation called the active site that directly functions as thebinding site for the substrate. Active sites often include cofactors and coenzymes that improve itsfunctionality. They will not function without these factors even if the amino acid sequence andfolding pattern are correct.Topic: 2.12, 2.13Skill: Synthesis/EvaluationLearning Outcome: 2.6Global Learning: G257) Penicillin is a competitive inhibitor produced by a fungus in order to kill invading bacteria. Itdoes this by mimicking the substrate required by the bacterium to build and repair its cell wall.Describe how mimicking the substrate would result in the death of the bacterium.Answer: Possible Answer: As a competitive inhibitor, it must bind to the active site of thebacterial enzyme where the correct substrate typically binds. Binding to the active site blocks thecorrect substrate from binding and prevents the correct products from being formed. Withoutthese products, the bacterium cannot repair its cell wall and will die.
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 COLLOCATIONS WITH –ING FORMS

COLLOCATIONS WITH –ING FORMS

Collocations with -ing formsHere is a list of collocations with –ing forms.A balancing actThis expression is used to refer to a situation that requires careful handling of opinions, views or activities.An eating disorderAn eating disorder is a psychological or medical problem. People suffering from an eating disorder eat either toomuch or too little food.A drinking problemA person suffering from a drinking problem is an alcoholic.A running mateIf you are trying to get elected as the president of your country, you will pick someone as your ‘running mate’. Inthis case, if you become the president, your ‘running mate’ will become the vice president.Growing painsUsed to refer to the problems that an organization experiences as it grows.Asking priceThe asking price is the price suggested by the seller. Of course, the buyer can negotiate for a lower price.Purchasing powerPurchasing power is the ability of the person to buy things with their money.Breeding groundA place that encourages the development of ideas and activitiesBreathing space / roomThis expression is often used metaphorically. When you have breathing space, you have enough time / money /resources to relax.Shopping spreeWhen you go on a shopping spree, you spend a lot of money and buy a lot of things.Stepping stoneA stepping stone is something that helps you reach a higher goal.Stay on top of your writing! Download our grammar guide from www.englishgrammar.org to stay up-to-date.
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44840 FOOD PYRAMID

44840 FOOD PYRAMID

Food pyramid for TeenagersEating healthy should be a very important part of your life, but it's okay to not eat perfect all thetime. Use the food pyramid as a guideline, and keep in mind that each person differs in his or hernutritional needs - especially teenagers. On the average, teenage females should follow a 2200calorie-a-day meal plan and teenage males should follow a 2800 calorie-a-day meal plan. Here is apicture of the food pyramid:The food pyramid is broken down into six categories ranging from the largest categories at thebottom (foods you should eat the most) and the smallest categories at the top (foods you shouldeat the least). The groups include: Breads, Cereal, Rice & PastaThis group is the largest, whichmeans your daily diet should consist mostly of breads, cereals, rice & pasta with at least 6-11serving daily. These carbohydrate provide the body with energy and iron.Vegetables. Your daily diet should have at least 3-5 servings of vegetables daily. Vegetablesprovide the body with vitamins, minerals and fiber.Fruits. 2-4 servings of fruit daily provides the body with carbohydrates for energy, vitamins forproper body functioning, and fiber to help digestion.Milk, Yogurt & Cheese They are a very important part of a teenager's development because ithelps increase bone density, needed to prevent broken bones, fractures and osteoporosis. It isrecommended for teenagers and young adults to have at least 4.5 servings daily or 1300 mg ofcalcium.Meats, Poultry, Fish, Dry Beans, Eggs & Nuts 2-3 servings from this group are required daily togive your body protein and iron for proper functioning and energy.Fats, Oils, & Sweets This is the smallest of all the groups on the food pyramid. While no oneshould completely stop eating fats, oils, and sweets, you should try to eat less of these foods.DECIDE IF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ARE TRUE OR FALSE:1. Fish don't give your body any proteins2. It is ok to eat sweets with moderation3. You should completely stop eating fats4. The group which includes fats is the smallest groups on the pyramid.
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SECRETS TO HEALING YOUR ECZEMA AND HAVING BEAUTIFUL, RADIANT SKIN

SECRETS TO HEALING YOUR ECZEMA AND HAVING BEAUTIFUL, RADIANT SKIN

Can you imagine never being able to feel anything on your skin again? You might thinkthat would be a blessing since it would mean no more pain when you cut yourself orburn yourself or at any other time, but even feeling pain serves a purpose.We need to feel to function and you may not realize it, but your skin is picking upsensations at every moment of the day. The brain often tunes out these sensations fromour conscious thought so that we're not overwhelmed with everything surrounding us,but our minds are still processing them nonetheless. This sensation is what causes usto sit the way we do and enables us to walk and make every other movement. Whenyou sit in a chair, your muscles automatically adjust their movement as the skin feels thechair pressing up against you. Your feet know to pick up and push forward because ofthe sensation of the floor underneath them.Feeling is a protection for the body. When we feel cold we protect ourselves byadjusting the thermostat or putting more clothes on. When we feel hot we get out of thesun or turn on a fan. Even pain tells us that something is wrong and needs correcting.While sensations on the skin can be pleasurable they can also serve as a warning signof a problem that needs attention. So no matter how unpleasant pain may be, it's anecessary part of human survival.INDICATOR OF HEALTH CONCERNSDid you know that your skin is often an indicator of health problems or concerns? Whena person is dehydrated their skin gets very waxy and wrinkles up easily. Liver problemscan make a person look jaundiced or yellow as toxins build up in the body. And someskin problems like rashes are actually a result of immune problems.The skin also reacts to a person's health and habits. A person that smokes is deprivingtheir skin of necessary oxygen and is introducing toxins both internally and externally,and it's not unusual for a smoker to have prematurely aging skin. Skin that's very drymight also mean that a person is not exercising enough as physical activity increasescirculation which means more moisture to the skin's surface.Of course not all skin problems are major concerns. Acne is often embarrassing tothose who suffer from it but it doesn't necessarily mean that a person is not taking care
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060 TIPS TO BETTER YOUR PRONUNCIATION AND HELP YOUR STUDENTS

060 TIPS TO BETTER YOUR PRONUNCIATION AND HELP YOUR STUDENTS

the first sound that comes out when you open your mouth. Don’t roundyour lips, don’t open your mouth much, don’t produce tension… just doNOTHING! It’s a very ‘lazy’ sound!15. .f. This sound is plosive, as opposed to the Spanish g, which is usuallyapproximant. Therefore, you should make sure there is a complete closurebetween the back of your tongue and the velum. You’ve got to think of itas a kind of soft /k/. We have it in Spanish in the words ‘tango, rango,mango, pongo, sunga.’16. .g. When you produce this sound, you should avoid producing a scrapingsound that is typical of the Spanish ‘jota’. The place of articulation for /h/is glottal. That means that the tongue does not touch any articulator. Theair escapes freely once it passes the glottis. Tip: Use a mirror and producewords with /h/. If you are pronouncing them correctly, the mirror shouldmist all over. In Spanish we produce a phoneme that resembles the soundproduced when we are going to spit, in English it resembles the sound weuse to clean a mirror or glasses.17. .H. This vowel should not sound like the Spanish /i/, but rather closer to an/e/, otherwise, it is confused with the English /i:/. It occurs in Spanishbefore . E.g. ‘birra’- You can also hear it in Spanish when we say ‘Se,se’ instead of ‘sí’.
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ANY ANSWERS INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 5

ANY ANSWERS INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 5

English Banana.comTest Your Reading SkillsAny Answers 5 – Intermediate LevelPut a circle around the letter of the best answer to each question or comment below:1. My brother has broken his arm.a) Can I help you?b) Not again!c) No, sir!d) I’m always doing that.2. Did you see ‘The Simpsons Movie’ at the cinema?a) No, I didn’t get the chance.b) No, I didn’t want to see you.c) I’ve got them on DVD.d) No, I don’t like going to the theatre.3. Your mum has lost a lot of weight.a) Yes, she’s been eating more.b) Yes, she’s been eating more rapidly.c) Yes, she’s been eating more healthily.d) No, I haven’t.4. Turn on the heating; it’s cold in here.a) I haven’t done it.b) OK.c) The room isn’t warm enough.
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ANH NGUYENTRAI TOPIC SPEAKING 11 CH HK I 2015 2016

ANH NGUYENTRAI TOPIC SPEAKING 11 CH HK I 2015 2016

SPEAKING SECTIONGuide:Each student has 1 minute for preparation and then 3 minutes to talk about one of the topics in thelist. Teacher will have one minute to ask students some questions. There are four topics in this list.Ask students to select the topic by picking a number. Use the scoring guide to assess students’speaking.TOPIC 1: Describe one of your friends1. What’s his/ her name?2. When, where and how you first met him/her3. How old is he/ she ?4. Where does he/ she live?5. What’s his/ her job?6. What does he/ she look like?7. What is he / she like?8. Does he / she have any hobbies or interests?9. Do you spend much time with him/ her?10. How do you feel when you work, study or are with him/ her?11. What are your feelings towards him/ her?12. Which of his/ her qualities impresses and influences you most?TOPIC 2: VOLUNTEER WORK1. Have you ever done volunteer work?2. What kind of volunteer work did you participate in?3. What exactly did you do?4. Why did you do volunteer work?5. What did you get from doing this kind of work?6. Do you want to do any volunteer work any longer?7. What activities can we do to help the community?8. What kind of volunteer work are you going to take part in? Why?9. Do you think that people should take part in some volunteer work or community activities?Why or why not?10. At your school, what do you do to help poor students?
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EATING OUT IN A CAFE EV88

EATING OUT IN A CAFE EV88

17. BLT (bacon, lettuce and tomato)18. scrambled egg on toast19. cappuccino20. milk chocolate barFor more fun tests, quizzes and games log onto www.englishbanana.com now!This worksheet can be photocopied and used without chargeEnglish Banana.comTest Your Vocabulary SkillsEating Out in a CaféAnswers:1. sandwiches2. cakes and biscuits3. hot beverages4. crisps and sweets5. cakes and biscuits6. sandwiches7. soft drinks8. hot snacks9. sandwiches10. soft drinks11. crisps and sweets12. hot snacks13. hot beverages14. crisps and sweets15. cakes and biscuits16. soft drinks17. sandwiches

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37287 CHRISTMAS QUESTIONNAIRE

37287 CHRISTMAS QUESTIONNAIRE

18. Do you put up a Christmas tree or a Nativity scene?19. How do you decorate your Christmas tree?20. What tops your tree?21. Do you prefer a real tree or an artificial one?22. When do you put up the Christmas tree?23. Do you prepare home-made Christmas decorations?24. How long do you leave up your Christmas decorations?25. Do you put Christmas lights outside your house?26. Is there a wreath hanging on your door?27. Do you hang mistletoe?28. Do you get presents at Christmas?29. What kind of presents do you usually get at Christmas?30. What do you want for Christmas this year?31. Do you buy presents at Christmas?32. Who is the hardest person to buy for?33. Who is the easiest person to buy for?34. When do you start shopping for Christmas?35. Have you ever recycled a Christmas present?36. Which do you prefer giving or receiving?37. Traditionally, who brings the presents in your country?38. Is there some particular toy you wish for the most?39. What was the most beautiful Christmas present you’ve everreceived?40. When do you open your gifts?41. What's the most expensive thing you've ever gotten forChristmas?42. What is the worst Christmas gift you have ever received?43. Do you feel Christmas is too commercialized? Why?44. What is your favourite holiday memory as a child?
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HAS COMPUTER MADE LIFE EASIER

HAS COMPUTER MADE LIFE EASIER

Has computer made life easier?Have you ever used a computer, your efficient partner, toprocess the numerous data needed in your work? Have you everhad a computer-controlled microwave, yourintelligent chef, cook all the dishes for you? Have you everemployed a computer, your magic mail carrier, to carry deliveryour e-mails to your friends on the other end of the world?As far as my measurement, computers do have made our life easierand more convenient. Among the countless reasons why theseintelligent machines become popular and widespread, theconspicuous one is that their abilities to efficiently process data cansuccessfully emancipate man from the tiring tasks of collecting andsorting information. A good case in point is the application ofcomputers in nearly all the banks today. With the help of computers,tellers are now able to carry out any kind of transaction in just a fewseconds, while in the past even opening an account might requiremany complicated and time-consuming procedures.It might also be noted that the extensive use of various computercontrolled household appliances have significantly changed ourlife, making it more convenient than ever before. A particularexample for this is the intelligent refrigerators now in domestic useall over the world. Controlled by built-in computers, thesemachines can automatically adjust the temperatures inside them todifferent conditions of the fruits and vegetables stored in, thusmaking them freshness whenever we want them.In addition, computers, together with the Internet, provide us withthe most efficient way to communicate with our friends. That is tosay, not only can these magic machines deliver messages from oneend of the earth to the other in just a few seconds, but they also costastonishingly less compared to making long-distance phone calls. Asa result, in our modern world, the dominant role that mails andtelephones once played in the field of communication, has gradually
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20825 MUZZY CROSSWORD

20825 MUZZY CROSSWORD

17. What does Bob count in thegarden at first?179

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