Reading and writing 9a

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1.
3 points
VOCABULARY

1 Complete the dialogues with these phrasal verbs.

carry out figure out miss out on point out wipe out


1 A: Have you finished your homework?
B: Not yet. I can do the first part, but I haven’t been able to _____ the answer to the final question.

2 A: You shouldn’t have left the beach party early.
B: I know, but I had to get home.
A: It’s a shame you had to _____________ the midnight swim. It was great!

3 A: Jack wants to join the army.
B: Oh. I’d hate to be in the army. If you don’t _____________ your orders absolutely perfectly, you get into a lot of trouble.

4 A: Did you see the fire on our neighbor’s farm?
B: Yes, it managed to _____________ a whole field of wheat.

5 A: Did you say you’ve just seen Brad Pitt?
B: Yes! If you come here, I’ll _____________ where he is.



1. ________________
2.
3 points
VOCABULARY

1 Complete the dialogues with these phrasal verbs.

carry out figure out miss out on point out wipe out


1 A: Have you finished your homework?
B: Not yet. I can do the first part, but I haven’t been able to _____ the answer to the final question.

2 A: You shouldn’t have left the beach party early.
B: I know, but I had to get home.
A: It’s a shame you had to _____________ the midnight swim. It was great!

3 A: Jack wants to join the army.
B: Oh. I’d hate to be in the army. If you don’t _____________ your orders absolutely perfectly, you get into a lot of trouble.

4 A: Did you see the fire on our neighbor’s farm?
B: Yes, it managed to _____________ a whole field of wheat.

5 A: Did you say you’ve just seen Brad Pitt?
B: Yes! If you come here, I’ll _____________ where he is.


2. _____________
3.
3 points
VOCABULARY

1 Complete the dialogues with these phrasal verbs.

carry out figure out miss out on point out wipe out


1 A: Have you finished your homework?
B: Not yet. I can do the first part, but I haven’t been able to _____ the answer to the final question.

2 A: You shouldn’t have left the beach party early.
B: I know, but I had to get home.
A: It’s a shame you had to _____________ the midnight swim. It was great!

3 A: Jack wants to join the army.
B: Oh. I’d hate to be in the army. If you don’t _____________ your orders absolutely perfectly, you get into a lot of trouble.

4 A: Did you see the fire on our neighbor’s farm?
B: Yes, it managed to _____________ a whole field of wheat.

5 A: Did you say you’ve just seen Brad Pitt?
B: Yes! If you come here, I’ll _____________ where he is.



3. ___________________________
4.
3 points
VOCABULARY

1 Complete the dialogues with these phrasal verbs.

carry out figure out miss out on point out wipe out


1 A: Have you finished your homework?
B: Not yet. I can do the first part, but I haven’t been able to _____ the answer to the final question.

2 A: You shouldn’t have left the beach party early.
B: I know, but I had to get home.
A: It’s a shame you had to _____________ the midnight swim. It was great!

3 A: Jack wants to join the army.
B: Oh. I’d hate to be in the army. If you don’t _____________ your orders absolutely perfectly, you get into a lot of trouble.

4 A: Did you see the fire on our neighbor’s farm?
B: Yes, it managed to _____________ a whole field of wheat.

5 A: Did you say you’ve just seen Brad Pitt?
B: Yes! If you come here, I’ll _____________ where he is.


4.________________
5.
3 points
VOCABULARY

1 Complete the dialogues with these phrasal verbs.

carry out figure out miss out on point out wipe out


1 A: Have you finished your homework?
B: Not yet. I can do the first part, but I haven’t been able to _____ the answer to the final question.

2 A: You shouldn’t have left the beach party early.
B: I know, but I had to get home.
A: It’s a shame you had to _____________ the midnight swim. It was great!

3 A: Jack wants to join the army.
B: Oh. I’d hate to be in the army. If you don’t _____________ your orders absolutely perfectly, you get into a lot of trouble.

4 A: Did you see the fire on our neighbor’s farm?
B: Yes, it managed to _____________ a whole field of wheat.

5 A: Did you say you’ve just seen Brad Pitt?
B: Yes! If you come here, I’ll _____________ where he is.



5._______________________
6.
3 points
LANGUAGE WORKOUT
(GRAMMAR)

Choose the correct option, A, B, or C.

1 By 2030, scientists ___ a cure for malaria.
A will discover B will be discovering C will have discovered

2 In 50 years, robots ___ all the housework.
A will be doing B will have done C will do

3 In a few years, everybody ___ longer.
A will live B will be living C will have lived

4 By 2040, we ___ using fossil fuels.
A will have stopped B will be stopping B will stop

5 In 20 years, computers ___ operations in hospitals.
A will have done B will be doing C are doing

6 By 2030, many countries ___ gas and oil.
A will have used up B will be using up C will use up

7 In 100 years, the whole world ___ English.
A is speaking B will have spoken C will be speaking

8 By 2020, people ___ vacations in space.
A will be taking B will have taken C take




1. _____________

7.
3 points
LANGUAGE WORKOUT
(GRAMMAR)

Choose the correct option, A, B, or C.

1 By 2030, scientists ___ a cure for malaria.
A will discover B will be discovering C will have discovered

2 In 50 years, robots ___ all the housework.
A will be doing B will have done C will do

3 In a few years, everybody ___ longer.
A will live B will be living C will have lived

4 By 2040, we ___ using fossil fuels.
A will have stopped B will be stopping B will stop

5 In 20 years, computers ___ operations in hospitals.
A will have done B will be doing C are doing

6 By 2030, many countries ___ gas and oil.
A will have used up B will be using up C will use up

7 In 100 years, the whole world ___ English.
A is speaking B will have spoken C will be speaking

8 By 2020, people ___ vacations in space.
A will be taking B will have taken C take


2. ___________________
8.
3 points
LANGUAGE WORKOUT
(GRAMMAR)

Choose the correct option, A, B, or C.

1 By 2030, scientists ___ a cure for malaria.
A will discover B will be discovering C will have discovered

2 In 50 years, robots ___ all the housework.
A will be doing B will have done C will do

3 In a few years, everybody ___ longer.
A will live B will be living C will have lived

4 By 2040, we ___ using fossil fuels.
A will have stopped B will be stopping B will stop

5 In 20 years, computers ___ operations in hospitals.
A will have done B will be doing C are doing

6 By 2030, many countries ___ gas and oil.
A will have used up B will be using up C will use up

7 In 100 years, the whole world ___ English.
A is speaking B will have spoken C will be speaking

8 By 2020, people ___ vacations in space.
A will be taking B will have taken C take



3. ________________
9.
3 points
LANGUAGE WORKOUT
(GRAMMAR)

Choose the correct option, A, B, or C.

1 By 2030, scientists ___ a cure for malaria.
A will discover B will be discovering C will have discovered

2 In 50 years, robots ___ all the housework.
A will be doing B will have done C will do

3 In a few years, everybody ___ longer.
A will live B will be living C will have lived

4 By 2040, we ___ using fossil fuels.
A will have stopped B will be stopping C will stop

5 In 20 years, computers ___ operations in hospitals.
A will have done B will be doing C are doing

6 By 2030, many countries ___ gas and oil.
A will have used up B will be using up C will use up

7 In 100 years, the whole world ___ English.
A is speaking B will have spoken C will be speaking

8 By 2020, people ___ vacations in space.
A will be taking B will have taken C take


4. __________________
10.
3 points
LANGUAGE WORKOUT
(GRAMMAR)

Choose the correct option, A, B, or C.

1 By 2030, scientists ___ a cure for malaria.
A will discover B will be discovering C will have discovered

2 In 50 years, robots ___ all the housework.
A will be doing B will have done C will do

3 In a few years, everybody ___ longer.
A will live B will be living C will have lived

4 By 2040, we ___ using fossil fuels.
A will have stopped B will be stopping B will stop

5 In 20 years, computers ___ operations in hospitals.
A will have done B will be doing C are doing

6 By 2030, many countries ___ gas and oil.
A will have used up B will be using up C will use up

7 In 100 years, the whole world ___ English.
A is speaking B will have spoken C will be speaking

8 By 2020, people ___ vacations in space.
A will be taking B will have taken C take





5. ___________
11.
3 points
LANGUAGE WORKOUT
(GRAMMAR)

Choose the correct option, A, B, or C.

1 By 2030, scientists ___ a cure for malaria.
A will discover B will be discovering C will have discovered

2 In 50 years, robots ___ all the housework.
A will be doing B will have done C will do

3 In a few years, everybody ___ longer.
A will live B will be living C will have lived

4 By 2040, we ___ using fossil fuels.
A will have stopped B will be stopping B will stop

5 In 20 years, computers ___ operations in hospitals.
A will have done B will be doing C are doing

6 By 2030, many countries ___ gas and oil.
A will have used up B will be using up C will use up

7 In 100 years, the whole world ___ English.
A is speaking B will have spoken C will be speaking

8 By 2020, people ___ vacations in space.
A will be taking B will have taken C take




6. _____________
12.
3 points
LANGUAGE WORKOUT
(GRAMMAR)

Choose the correct option, A, B, or C.

1 By 2030, scientists ___ a cure for malaria.
A will discover B will be discovering C will have discovered

2 In 50 years, robots ___ all the housework.
A will be doing B will have done C will do

3 In a few years, everybody ___ longer.
A will live B will be living C will have lived

4 By 2040, we ___ using fossil fuels.
A will have stopped B will be stopping B will stop

5 In 20 years, computers ___ operations in hospitals.
A will have done B will be doing C are doing

6 By 2030, many countries ___ gas and oil.
A will have used up B will be using up C will use up

7 In 100 years, the whole world ___ English.
A is speaking B will have spoken C will be speaking

8 By 2020, people ___ vacations in space.
A will be taking B will have taken C take



7. _______________
13.
3 points
LANGUAGE WORKOUT
(GRAMMAR)

Choose the correct option, A, B, or C.

1 By 2030, scientists ___ a cure for malaria.
A will discover B will be discovering C will have discovered

2 In 50 years, robots ___ all the housework.
A will be doing B will have done C will do

3 In a few years, everybody ___ longer.
A will live B will be living C will have lived

4 By 2040, we ___ using fossil fuels.
A will have stopped B will be stopping B will stop

5 In 20 years, computers ___ operations in hospitals.
A will have done B will be doing C are doing

6 By 2030, many countries ___ gas and oil.
A will have used up B will be using up C will use up

7 In 100 years, the whole world ___ English.
A is speaking B will have spoken C will be speaking

8 By 2020, people ___ vacations in space.
A will be taking B will have taken C take



8. ______________
14.
3 points
GRAMMAR

Complete the sentences with if, unless, as soon as, and until.

1 I’ll be there in two minutes. Don’t do anything ______________ I arrive!
2 ______________ we halt global warming, the planet will be in trouble.
3 The situation will improve ______________ we all work together.
4 ______________ they arrive, we’ll eat with them. They’re due now.
5 We won’t get there on time ______________ we hurry.
6 Take the pasta out of the water ______________ it’s soft.
7 I can’t go home ______________ I’ve finished this report. I’ve almost done it.


1. ___________
15.
3 points
GRAMMAR

Complete the sentences with if, unless, as soon as, and until.

1 I’ll be there in two minutes. Don’t do anything ______________ I arrive!
2 ______________ we halt global warming, the planet will be in trouble.
3 The situation will improve ______________ we all work together.
4 ______________ they arrive, we’ll eat with them. They’re due now.
5 We won’t get there on time ______________ we hurry.
6 Take the pasta out of the water ______________ it’s soft.
7 I can’t go home ______________ I’ve finished this report. I’ve almost done it.


2. ___________
16.
3 points
GRAMMAR

Complete the sentences with if, unless, as soon as, and until.

1 I’ll be there in two minutes. Don’t do anything ______________ I arrive!
2 ______________ we halt global warming, the planet will be in trouble.
3 The situation will improve ______________ we all work together.
4 ______________ they arrive, we’ll eat with them. They’re due now.
5 We won’t get there on time ______________ we hurry.
6 Take the pasta out of the water ______________ it’s soft.
7 I can’t go home ______________ I’ve finished this report. I’ve almost done it.


3. ___________
17.
3 points
GRAMMAR

Complete the sentences with if, unless, as soon as, and until.

1 I’ll be there in two minutes. Don’t do anything ______________ I arrive!
2 ______________ we halt global warming, the planet will be in trouble.
3 The situation will improve ______________ we all work together.
4 ______________ they arrive, we’ll eat with them. They’re due now.
5 We won’t get there on time ______________ we hurry.
6 Take the pasta out of the water ______________ it’s soft.
7 I can’t go home ______________ I’ve finished this report. I’ve almost done it.


4. ___________
18.
3 points
GRAMMAR

Complete the sentences with if, unless, as soon as, and until.

1 I’ll be there in two minutes. Don’t do anything ______________ I arrive!
2 ______________ we halt global warming, the planet will be in trouble.
3 The situation will improve ______________ we all work together.
4 ______________ they arrive, we’ll eat with them. They’re due now.
5 We won’t get there on time ______________ we hurry.
6 Take the pasta out of the water ______________ it’s soft.
7 I can’t go home ______________ I’ve finished this report. I’ve almost done it.


5. ___________
19.
3 points
GRAMMAR

Complete the sentences with if, unless, as soon as, and until.

1 I’ll be there in two minutes. Don’t do anything ______________ I arrive!
2 ______________ we halt global warming, the planet will be in trouble.
3 The situation will improve ______________ we all work together.
4 ______________ they arrive, we’ll eat with them. They’re due now.
5 We won’t get there on time ______________ we hurry.
6 Take the pasta out of the water ______________ it’s soft.
7 I can’t go home ______________ I’ve finished this report. I’ve almost done it.


6. ___________
20.
3 points
GRAMMAR

Complete the sentences with if, unless, as soon as, and until.

1 I’ll be there in two minutes. Don’t do anything ______________ I arrive!
2 ______________ we halt global warming, the planet will be in trouble.
3 The situation will improve ______________ we all work together.
4 ______________ they arrive, we’ll eat with them. They’re due now.
5 We won’t get there on time ______________ we hurry.
6 Take the pasta out of the water ______________ it’s soft.
7 I can’t go home ______________ I’ve finished this report. I’ve almost done it.


7. ___________
21.
3 points
READING

Read the text. Then read the sentences and choose the correct option, A, B, or C.

Two visions of the future

Jamie
I don’t think the future looks very good for life on this planet. We are damaging it with our lifestyle, and may soon reach the point of no return. I think oil will have run out in about 50 years from now, but we won’t have spent enough time or money on scientific research to have found real replacements. This means that our lives will change dramatically. Even more serious maybe will be climate change and the shortage of water that will bring. I’m sure that by 2050, many countries will be fighting with one another for the use of rivers and lakes.

Already we can see drastic changes in our weather patterns, but we keep missing out on chances to change anything. In the future, we’ll see more flooding, violent thunderstorms, and tornadoes. This will devastate both human and animal populations, and I believe many animal and marine species will be wiped out. I don’t want to sound pessimistic, but I don’t think we’ll know how to deal with it. And the main problem that no one is talking about is the population explosion. Everyone is ignoring this, and in my opinion, that’s the worst thing of all.

Gwen
I don’t believe that things are really as bad as all that. Jamie’s view is unnecessarily pessimistic. We can already see that scientists and politicians are finding solutions to current problems in the form of energy-efficient cars and cleaner fuels. I think that in five to ten years’ time in many cities we will be using clean public transportation to move around, and cars will be a thing of the past. Planes, too, which pollute so much at the moment, will have better designed engines, so in about 30 years’ time, we will have reduced air pollution significantly. I believe that by then, the levels of pollution we’re seeing today will be a thing of the past. But it isn’t just big organizations that will be changing. Individual people will be changing their lifestyle and habits, too. I’m sure that within 10 years, people will be using solar and wind energy to power their houses, and we certainly won’t be leaving our computers and TVs on all night like we do now.



1 Jamie is worried because ___.
A humans are destroying the Earth
B oil is going to run out
C our lifestyle will change

2 There won’t be a replacement for oil ___.
A because there isn’t anything suitable
B because we’re not trying to find something
C because the planet will be too damaged

3 Climate change will result in ___.
A bad weather B hunger C water shortages

4 A shortage of water will cause ___.
A fewer rivers and lakes B wars C changes in the weather

5 Animals will become extinct due to ___.
A pollution B water shortages C changes in the weather



1. _______________

22.
3 points
READING

Read the text. Then read the sentences and choose the correct option, A, B, or C.

Two visions of the future

Jamie
I don’t think the future looks very good for life on this planet. We are damaging it with our lifestyle, and may soon reach the point of no return. I think oil will have run out in about 50 years from now, but we won’t have spent enough time or money on scientific research to have found real replacements. This means that our lives will change dramatically. Even more serious maybe will be climate change and the shortage of water that will bring. I’m sure that by 2050, many countries will be fighting with one another for the use of rivers and lakes.

Already we can see drastic changes in our weather patterns, but we keep missing out on chances to change anything. In the future, we’ll see more flooding, violent thunderstorms, and tornadoes. This will devastate both human and animal populations, and I believe many animal and marine species will be wiped out. I don’t want to sound pessimistic, but I don’t think we’ll know how to deal with it. And the main problem that no one is talking about is the population explosion. Everyone is ignoring this, and in my opinion, that’s the worst thing of all.

Gwen
I don’t believe that things are really as bad as all that. Jamie’s view is unnecessarily pessimistic. We can already see that scientists and politicians are finding solutions to current problems in the form of energy-efficient cars and cleaner fuels. I think that in five to ten years’ time in many cities we will be using clean public transportation to move around, and cars will be a thing of the past. Planes, too, which pollute so much at the moment, will have better designed engines, so in about 30 years’ time, we will have reduced air pollution significantly. I believe that by then, the levels of pollution we’re seeing today will be a thing of the past. But it isn’t just big organizations that will be changing. Individual people will be changing their lifestyle and habits, too. I’m sure that within 10 years, people will be using solar and wind energy to power their houses, and we certainly won’t be leaving our computers and TVs on all night like we do now.



1 Jamie is worried because ___.
A humans are destroying the Earth
B oil is going to run out
C our lifestyle will change

2 There won’t be a replacement for oil ___.
A because there isn’t anything suitable
B because we’re not trying to find something
C because the planet will be too damaged

3 Climate change will result in ___.
A bad weather B hunger C water shortages

4 A shortage of water will cause ___.
A fewer rivers and lakes B wars C changes in the weather

5 Animals will become extinct due to ___.
A pollution B water shortages C changes in the weather



2. _______________
23.
3 points
READING

Read the text. Then read the sentences and choose the correct option, A, B, or C.

Two visions of the future

Jamie
I don’t think the future looks very good for life on this planet. We are damaging it with our lifestyle, and may soon reach the point of no return. I think oil will have run out in about 50 years from now, but we won’t have spent enough time or money on scientific research to have found real replacements. This means that our lives will change dramatically. Even more serious maybe will be climate change and the shortage of water that will bring. I’m sure that by 2050, many countries will be fighting with one another for the use of rivers and lakes.

Already we can see drastic changes in our weather patterns, but we keep missing out on chances to change anything. In the future, we’ll see more flooding, violent thunderstorms, and tornadoes. This will devastate both human and animal populations, and I believe many animal and marine species will be wiped out. I don’t want to sound pessimistic, but I don’t think we’ll know how to deal with it. And the main problem that no one is talking about is the population explosion. Everyone is ignoring this, and in my opinion, that’s the worst thing of all.

Gwen
I don’t believe that things are really as bad as all that. Jamie’s view is unnecessarily pessimistic. We can already see that scientists and politicians are finding solutions to current problems in the form of energy-efficient cars and cleaner fuels. I think that in five to ten years’ time in many cities we will be using clean public transportation to move around, and cars will be a thing of the past. Planes, too, which pollute so much at the moment, will have better designed engines, so in about 30 years’ time, we will have reduced air pollution significantly. I believe that by then, the levels of pollution we’re seeing today will be a thing of the past. But it isn’t just big organizations that will be changing. Individual people will be changing their lifestyle and habits, too. I’m sure that within 10 years, people will be using solar and wind energy to power their houses, and we certainly won’t be leaving our computers and TVs on all night like we do now.



1 Jamie is worried because ___.
A humans are destroying the Earth
B oil is going to run out
C our lifestyle will change

2 There won’t be a replacement for oil ___.
A because there isn’t anything suitable
B because we’re not trying to find something
C because the planet will be too damaged

3 Climate change will result in ___.
A bad weather B hunger C water shortages

4 A shortage of water will cause ___.
A fewer rivers and lakes B wars C changes in the weather

5 Animals will become extinct due to ___.
A pollution B water shortages C changes in the weather



3. _______________
24.
3 points
READING

Read the text. Then read the sentences and choose the correct option, A, B, or C.

Two visions of the future

Jamie
I don’t think the future looks very good for life on this planet. We are damaging it with our lifestyle, and may soon reach the point of no return. I think oil will have run out in about 50 years from now, but we won’t have spent enough time or money on scientific research to have found real replacements. This means that our lives will change dramatically. Even more serious maybe will be climate change and the shortage of water that will bring. I’m sure that by 2050, many countries will be fighting with one another for the use of rivers and lakes.

Already we can see drastic changes in our weather patterns, but we keep missing out on chances to change anything. In the future, we’ll see more flooding, violent thunderstorms, and tornadoes. This will devastate both human and animal populations, and I believe many animal and marine species will be wiped out. I don’t want to sound pessimistic, but I don’t think we’ll know how to deal with it. And the main problem that no one is talking about is the population explosion. Everyone is ignoring this, and in my opinion, that’s the worst thing of all.

Gwen
I don’t believe that things are really as bad as all that. Jamie’s view is unnecessarily pessimistic. We can already see that scientists and politicians are finding solutions to current problems in the form of energy-efficient cars and cleaner fuels. I think that in five to ten years’ time in many cities we will be using clean public transportation to move around, and cars will be a thing of the past. Planes, too, which pollute so much at the moment, will have better designed engines, so in about 30 years’ time, we will have reduced air pollution significantly. I believe that by then, the levels of pollution we’re seeing today will be a thing of the past. But it isn’t just big organizations that will be changing. Individual people will be changing their lifestyle and habits, too. I’m sure that within 10 years, people will be using solar and wind energy to power their houses, and we certainly won’t be leaving our computers and TVs on all night like we do now.



1 Jamie is worried because ___.
A humans are destroying the Earth
B oil is going to run out
C our lifestyle will change

2 There won’t be a replacement for oil ___.
A because there isn’t anything suitable
B because we’re not trying to find something
C because the planet will be too damaged

3 Climate change will result in ___.
A bad weather B hunger C water shortages

4 A shortage of water will cause ___.
A fewer rivers and lakes B wars C changes in the weather

5 Animals will become extinct due to ___.
A pollution B water shortages C changes in the weather



4. _______________
25.
3 points
READING

Read the text. Then read the sentences and choose the correct option, A, B, or C.

Two visions of the future

Jamie
I don’t think the future looks very good for life on this planet. We are damaging it with our lifestyle, and may soon reach the point of no return. I think oil will have run out in about 50 years from now, but we won’t have spent enough time or money on scientific research to have found real replacements. This means that our lives will change dramatically. Even more serious maybe will be climate change and the shortage of water that will bring. I’m sure that by 2050, many countries will be fighting with one another for the use of rivers and lakes.

Already we can see drastic changes in our weather patterns, but we keep missing out on chances to change anything. In the future, we’ll see more flooding, violent thunderstorms, and tornadoes. This will devastate both human and animal populations, and I believe many animal and marine species will be wiped out. I don’t want to sound pessimistic, but I don’t think we’ll know how to deal with it. And the main problem that no one is talking about is the population explosion. Everyone is ignoring this, and in my opinion, that’s the worst thing of all.

Gwen
I don’t believe that things are really as bad as all that. Jamie’s view is unnecessarily pessimistic. We can already see that scientists and politicians are finding solutions to current problems in the form of energy-efficient cars and cleaner fuels. I think that in five to ten years’ time in many cities we will be using clean public transportation to move around, and cars will be a thing of the past. Planes, too, which pollute so much at the moment, will have better designed engines, so in about 30 years’ time, we will have reduced air pollution significantly. I believe that by then, the levels of pollution we’re seeing today will be a thing of the past. But it isn’t just big organizations that will be changing. Individual people will be changing their lifestyle and habits, too. I’m sure that within 10 years, people will be using solar and wind energy to power their houses, and we certainly won’t be leaving our computers and TVs on all night like we do now.



1 Jamie is worried because ___.
A humans are destroying the Earth
B oil is going to run out
C our lifestyle will change

2 There won’t be a replacement for oil ___.
A because there isn’t anything suitable
B because we’re not trying to find something
C because the planet will be too damaged

3 Climate change will result in ___.
A bad weather B hunger C water shortages

4 A shortage of water will cause ___.
A fewer rivers and lakes B wars C changes in the weather

5 Animals will become extinct due to ___.
A pollution B water shortages C changes in the weather



5. _______________
26.
25 points
WRITING

Write a short paragraph describing your thoughts about the future of life on Earth. Think about these things:

• the population
• resources (food, fuel, water)
• global warming and climate change
• pollution

Include the future structures studied in class