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Prof.

Jorge Quispe Yapu

Lectura comprensiva en el idioma inglés
para estudiantes de Secundaria

Where did you go on vacation?
Frida Choque Last winter, my husband and I went to Sucre for the first time. It was wonderful – we did so many things. Every night, we went to the teather and went to bed late. And every morning, we got up late. During the day, we walked the streets and visited tourist sites like the Cretassic Park and the Casa de la Libertad Museum. We sat in cafes, drank coffe, and watched people. The food was great – we ate too much. I loved the chocolate. Fernando Torelio Three years ago, my friends and I spend a week in Trinidad, Beni. We had a fantastic time. The rivers were just beautiful! The weather was cloudy and warm. Every morning we watched the sunrise, and in the evening we ate dinner on the street and watched the sunset. The food was really good – the fish and fuit juices were very fresh. We also went to San Ignacio de Moxos where we saw the ―macheteros‘‖ typical dance. We saw so many beautiful landscapes! 1. Answer the questions. 1. Who went on vacation with his friends? 2. What did Frida Choque do at night? 3. What did Carlos Ágreda do everyday? 2. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. 1. The activity of visiting famous or interesting places, specially as a tourist. 2. The time of day when the sun disappears and night begins. 3. A view across an area of land, including hills, forest, fields, etc. Carlos Ágreda My wife and I went to La Paz in 2008. What a great city. Every day, we went sightseeing. We took a bus to Laikacota and looked at the beautiful wiews of the city. We went to El Valle de la Luna and to the museums of the Jaen Street. We mainly ate Bolivian food, but sometime we had Peruvian food or Argentinian food. The food in La Paz is terrific! My favourite dish was the ‗plato paceño‘.

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Ecoagriculture

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report by two international scientific groups says global wildlife faces the greatest extinction risk since the dinosaurs disappeared. It says conservation strategies are failing. Nearly half the world´s major nature reserves are being used for agriculture. Hunger and malnutrition are, however, common in many areas which are rich in biodiversity. The authors say that we need a new approach that will feed people and also protect wildlife. The also say that if forest clearing continues the world´s forests will lose more than half their species by 2050. Nearly 24% of mammal species, more than 12% of birds and almost 14% of plants are threatened with extinction today. Jeffrey McNeely, one of the authors declares: ―Protected areas are becoming islands of dying biodiversity because of the agricultural areas that surround them. Many animals need the ability to migrate in order to avoid extinction‖. The remedy proposed by the report is ecoagriculture: helping farmers to grow more food while conserving habitats for wildlife. 1. Answer the questions. 1. What do the authors say? 2. What are the conservation strategies doing? 3. What is the remedy proposed by the report? 1. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. 1. Animals and plants that live in natural conditions. 2. Areas of land where wild animals, plants, etc. are protected. 3. The number and variety of different plants, animals, and other living things in a particular place.

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There´s no hell like home
In Bolivia, thousands of women, as well as numerous children, are victims of domestic violence. For various complex reasons, the home is the ideal environment for the development of abusive behaviour, physical and psychological violence and even murder. On the one hand, until not too long ago this space was immune from the actions of the judicial system and social services. Women and children were defenseless beings, the perfect subjects on whom to unload frustrations. On the other hand, there´s no doubt that love and hate are tightly linked to each other. The kind of jealousy involved in these cases of domestic violence stems from low self-esteem, and from an inability to uphold a balanced relationship with their partner. These kind of people make up for daily frustrations by inflicting pain on the people they theoretically love the most. Many of the victims, in turn, go on living with their aggressors for economic and affective reasons. In this way, victim and executioner are engaged in a hellish dependency ritual that sometimes can only be brought to an end through death. Solutions to this ever-present problem are hard to come by. However, most experts point to a better education in more egalitarian values and say that real hope lies in the schools. 1. Answer the questions. 1. Who are the victims of domestic violence? 2. For wich reasons many of the victims go on living with their aggressors? 3. What is the solution according to most experts? 2. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. 1. The feeling of being jealous. 2. The things that a person does, or the way in which he or she does them. 3. The end of a person‘s life.

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How much does it hurt?
A group of men were requested to put their hands into a bowl of icy water and then tell a researcher how much it hurts. Half of them reported back to a man, the other half to an attractive woman. Those who talked to the woman asserted that they suffered significantly less pain than the others. When women were asked to do the same, they reported a similar level of pain whether they were talking to a man or a woman. There was not a discrepancy between the statements they made to a man and a woman.

1. Answer the questions. 1. What were the group of men requested to do? 2. What did the men who talked to the woman assert? 3. What did the women report? 1. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. 1. A difference between two amounts, details, etc. that should be the same 2. The feeling you have when part of your body hurts. 3. A wide round container that is open at the top, used for holding liquids, food.

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Find in the text the right words for these definitions. What provided all the education that the young received in a primitive society? 3. Someone who performs religious duties ans ceremonies in some religions. 2. But when language characters were developed and an alphabet and a number system have reached a certain stage. What is the first educator and a life-long influence? 2. What became necessary when language characters were developed and an alphabet and a number system have reached a certain stage? 1. When society becomes modern and complex. and they were the only transmitters of culture. 1. 3. A particular point or time in a process that something or someone reaches before going to the next one. 1.Education In a primitive society. Answer the questions. the family and the tribe provided all the education that the young received. it still remains true that the family is the first educator and a life-long influence. Something that you study at a school or university. 1. formal teaching became necessary and schools were established for few important people who would become rulers and priests to add to the education given by family and tribe. 5 . even if it wides its subjects. school does not lose its supplementary character.

6 . 3. that prevent you from relaxing. 1. Continuous feelings of worry about your work or personal life. Learning to deal with stress in a positive. intelligent way is essential to good health. 2. One way to combat stress is to get rid of it in physical activities. and leave the rest to another day. Learn to accept things. How can stress be controlled? 2. Learn to take your mind off yourself.Stress Stress is a factor in all our lives. surprisingly. fighting against the unavoidable or the inevitable is useless. Learn to take one thing at a time. deal with more important problems first. The general condition body. and how healthy you are. doing something for others helps reduce it. give you more energy to come with life. What should we do instead of trying to do everything at once? 3. Rather than trying to do everything at once. Answer the questions. 1. Impossible to prevent. Stress can also be controlled by changing your mental attitude. Anything from jogging around the neighborhood to an exercise on the dance floor can relieve stress and. 1. Since stress is selfcentered. What is going to help to reduce stress? 1. Find in the text the right words for these definitions.

Find in the text the right words for these definitions. these make them happy. Although the definition of happiness depends on each individual. 1. The state of being happy agree 7 . 3. On the other hand. Having a lot of money or valuable possessions. they will be able to do everything they want. On what depends the definition of happiness? 1. my children and I live in harmony. A situation in which people are friendly and peaceful. my "wealth" of happiness is in my family. and so they will be happy. What do people who believe money is not the only happiness value? 3. some people believe that money is not the only happiness. They believe that if they are wealthy. For example. 1. or their intelligence. they will be happy. These people value their religion. and with each other. I am happy if my husband. Answer the questions. For me. 1. some people believe that if they have much money or many things. 2. What do people will be able to do if they are wealthy? 2. or their health. When all members of my family share good and sad times. and when my wife and I communicate with each other and work together. I am happy.Happiness Happiness means different things to different people. happiness is closely related to my family.

2. that it has been ignored and censured by the scientific community for many years. truly surprices the imagination. we could not fashion such a structure. even impossible. What is Pumapunku? 3. Where is Pumapunku? 1. Pumapunku is part of a large temple complex or monument group that is located in Tiahuanacu. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. with their simple totora boats. Where are these giant blocks from? 2. 1. There is no known technology in all the ancient world that could have transported stones of such massive weight and size. Answer the questions. with all the modern advances in engineering and mathematics. The Andean people of 500 AD. 8 . 1.Puma Punku How were these monstrous stones moved and what was their purpose? Puma Punku. The land along the edge of a large area of water. To officially criticize someone. Even today. 3. 1. could certainly not have moved them. To shape or make something with your hands or a few tools. Posnansky tought their purpose was the astronomical alignments of Tiahuanaco. some ten miles away. The origin of these giant blocks is the western shore of Titicaca. but that answer is considered so controversial.

The ruins of Tiahuanaco city are located on the Altiplano in today's Bolivia. An area with a lot of mountains. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. Answer the questions. expanding its influence in a peaceful manner on the vast highland as well as coastal territory. 2.000 years) and the peculiar stone technology. Strange and a little surprising. Why is Tiahuanacu a mystery? 2. Tiahuanaco was the capital of a theocratic state governed by priest kings. By who was Tiahuanacu governed? 1. Extremely large. Today there is little doubt that Tiahuanaco was a major sacred ceremonial centre and focal point of a culture that spread across much of the region. 1.Tiahuanacu Tiahuanacu is a mystery because of its age (estimated to be 17. 9 . 1. The state exerted its influence on the development of the whole southern part of Peru in the closing centuries of the last millennium. 1. What was Tiahanacu before? 3. 3.

Covering an area of over 10. Driving across Uyuni salt flat is one of the most fascinating experiences in South America. 1. Salar de Uyuni is estimated to have a reserve of 10 billion tons of salt. The salt flat is said to be formed when the last waters from the lake evaporated. 2. in the departmentes of Oruro and Potosi (SW Bolivia). leaving behind salt that eventually deposited into the lowest lying part in that region and being leached by rain from the surrounding mountains. 3. Answer the questions.000 years ago. It is believed that about 25. What can you find in Uyuni salt flat? 1. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. Attracting and interesting to someone. While taking a trip through this region and across this salt desert you´ll encounter some of the most amazing natural wonders in the world. 1. Uyuni salt flat is a popular tourist attraction where you can even find a hotel made of salt. geothermal springs and brine lakes. 1.000 square km. Eventually. Where is Uyuni salt flat located? 2. one of the most stunningly beautiful places you will ever come across in Bolivia and South America. Something that is very impressive. Around someone or something.Uyuni salt flat The World's largest salt lake known as Uyuni salt flat is a visually captivating place. the area was part of a giant prehistoric called Lake Minchin and that the lake covered much of southwest Bolivia. the lake dried up and left behind a huge salt desert known as Uyuni salt flat. How much salt does it have? 3. Today. It‘s a surreal vision in the Bolivian Altiplano created by amazing geological formations. 10 .

If hotels are difficult to find go to a tourist information center in Oruro and they should be able direct you to a place to sleep if no hotels are available. or family. The traditions. The carnival longs basically a week. that is of the highest quality. etc. 2. Hotel room rates around the Carnival of Oruro dates will be triple and tend to fill up fast. As what has the Carnival of Oruro been recogniced by UNESCO? 2. that are passed down over many years within a country. It has been recognized by UNESCO since 2001 as a World Heritage event and declared the carnival as one of Mankind's Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. so it is best to book a hotel well in advance. values. What should people do If hotels are difficult to find? 1. Another option is make your way through the crowds of people standing along the parade route to get a view. Considered by many the finest in South America after the Brazilian carnival in Rio de Janeiro. Prices of seats vary from 15 to 100 bolivianos. piece of writing. etc. travel to the city to take part in the festivities. arts. music. Where are its visitors from? 3. During the Carnival.Carnival of Oruro The Carnival of Oruro is the biggest annual cultural event in Bolivia. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. Answer the questions. depending on the location. A work of art. 3. 1. 1. in which tickets are sold for a seat. People are able to choose their seat locations and receive numbered tickets for specific streets. thousands of visitors from other Bolivian cities and from neighboring countries. Certain seats around the main plazas and along certain central streets are considered more desirable and cost more than those in other areas. 1. society. where thousands of dancers and musicians in expensive costumes parade through the streets. Some of the parade route for the carnival is lined with bleachers. Rows of seats where people sits to watch a parade. 11 .

1. Where does Santa Cruz City lie in? 2. Though the city is still dominated with old colonial buildings. In which aspects is the city growing? 3. What kind of buildings are there in the city? 1. The city has continued to grow economically and demographically at a fast rate. you'll find new residential and commercial buildings going up everywhere. Santa Cruz is the wealthiest city in Bolivia. with a population exceeding La Paz City in the past ten years.Santa Cruz City Santa Cruz City lies in the tropical low lands of eastern Bolivia. 1. 3. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. Answer the questions. 1. The city is also known as Santa Cruz de la Sierra. 12 . 2. Santa Cruz is by far Bolivia‘s most prosperous city and is among the fastest growing. To be more than a number or amount. To increase in amount or size. Successful and rich.

2. river otters.5 million hectares and contains seven distinct ecosystems and is best know for its Amazonian forest. It is estimated that the park has approximately 4. This park covers 1. on the border with Brazil. 1. spider and howler monkeys.000 species of plants. The best time for visiting the Noel Kempff National Park is in the dry season from April through November. A small animal that can swim. 3. 13 . giant anteaters and jaguars. it is virtually inaccessible and difficult to get around. How many species of birds are there in the park? 1. river dolphins. and eats fish. 1. 250 fish species and around 140 mammal species such as. Answer the questions. has brown fur. An animal that has a very long nose and eats small insects. 75 reptile species. spectacular waterfalls and the unique mountain and rock formations. There are also small indigenous communities that live in the region. 1. Almost completely. When is the best time for visiting the Noel Kempff National Park? 2. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. tapirs. During the rainy season between November through March. the giant armadillo. 620 species of birds.Noel Kempff National Park Located in the northeastern part of the Santa Cruz Department. Where is the Noel Kempff National Park located? 3.

Ornate churches and elegant mansions were built famous architects and talented artists arrived. Sucre has some of the finest colonial architecture in the world. 1. 14 . In 1992 the city was named by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Sucre or called Chuquisaca back then. How is it known today? 3.Sucre City During the colonial days in Bolivia. To think about something that you are not sure about. Many of these wealthy individuals owned mines throughout the region. It is also considered one of the most peaceful and relaxing cities in South America and where everything is almost a short walk away. such as in Potosi and lived in Sucre because of the better climate conditions in Sucre and the city was relatively close to Potosi. These colonial buildings are fascinating to look at because it make you wonder what life was like many years ago. 1. In every part of a place. How is it considered amomg other cities in South America? 1. 3." It was a city of extreme wealth and fine arts. 2. 1. Answer the questions. Sucre attracted some of the finest arts and culture. was known as "Paris of the Americas. where many of the colonial building are painted white every year. Today Sucre is known as the "White City". How was Sucre known before? 2. Extremely interesting. you'll find that its colonial heritage still exists. Because of this wealth. where many of the buildings and hotels have been restored. Though Sucre today has lost some of its wealth and power. Find in the text the right words for these definitions.

What does the city maintain? 3. While you will find the city to be a bustling city of commerce. 1. Answer the questions. It is like stepping into a different world. La Paz is a city of stunning beauty and startling contrasts. At what elevation is La Paz City located? 1. with the beautiful snow capped Mt.La Paz City Located at an elevation of about 3. 1. Illimani towering over the city. Soon you round a corner and the ground suddenly slopes down and the breathtaking valley of La Paz unfolds before you.600 meters above sea level. It is especially breathtaking at night when millions of lights fill the canyon and crawl up the sides of the mountains. busy traffic and tourists. La Paz City sits in a sunken valley in the Andes Mountain range. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. you'll see skyscrapers. Nothing can prepare you for the city. Extremely attractive or beautiful. The city maintains its authentic traditional roots of Andean culture. Where does La Paz City sit in? 2. 1. 2. suited businessmen. and smells. You bounce around on bumpy roads and pass many slums and markets on the way. The city is a mix of past and present thrown together. The drive from the airport is something you'll never forget. Placed at a lower level than the surrounding area. Busy and unusually noisy. You'll see women and men walking around wearing colorful traditional indigenous clothing. 3. 15 . sounds. you will be surrounded by new sights.

According to Inca legend it is where the sun god's children. isolated bays and coves. Many hills on the island are farmed on the steep terraces. that is partly surrounded by land and is protected from the wind. The island contains few small villages. measuring in size of about 10km by 7km. A plant with many thin branches growing up from the ground. fish or raise alpaca. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. What did Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo did? 2. 3.000 mostly indigenous people who farm the lands. Answer the questions. The island offers amazing sights over the lake and the distant Andean Mountain range. rocky hillsides with green. How many people live in the island? 3. What do people of the island do for living? 1. There are numerous sandy. The island's landscape consists of steep. 1. scrubby bushes. Island of the Sun is the largest island on Lake Titicaca.Island of the Sun Island of the Sun is one of the most sacred places in Bolivia. 1. Grown in very dry soil. 1. Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo ("Adam & Eve" of the Incas). 2. 16 . that are home to about 5. emerged from the depths of Lake Titicaca and found the Inca civilization. A small area on the coast.

Find in the text the right words for these definitions. to the Pantanal wetlands and the semi-arid scrublands of the Gran Chaco. 166 species of amphibians. Bolivia is home to thousands of species of animals. The poor infrastructure of roads and low population density has helped to ensure that large areas of Bolivia wildlife are relatively undisturbed by human activity. A few of the biggest national parks in Bolivia are Noel Kempff and Amboro National Park. and Madidi National Park. What diversity does Bolivia have? 3. 550 species of fish.Bolivian Wildlife Like its climate and geography. 2. reptiles. Not exactly. 1. and roughly 17% of Bolivia's land mass is now covered by national parks and other protected areas. and around 300 species of mammals. fish. There are many different types of animals in Bolivia that can be found and still more to be discovered. birds. wildlife in Bolivia is very diverse. around 250 species of reptiles. Answer the questions. 17 . home to more than 1400 known birds. amphibians and insects. The pointed top of a mountain. 1. 3. 1. To show or prove that something is true. How many species of reptiles are there in Bolivia? 1. Which are the biggest national parks in Bolivia? 2. or a mountain with a pointed top. From the high peaks of the Andes Mountains to the tropical rainforests of the Amazon. Bolivia's extraordinary range of geography and climate supports one of the most diverse wildlife countries in the world.

1. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. For what do local Bolivians go to Copacabana‘s Cathedral? 1. specially in an old-fashioned way. 1. with a nice sandy beach. The town is a great hub for exploring the different Inca ruins around the lake. Cold enough to make you feel unconfortable. Where does Copacabana sit on? 2. 1. Though the water can be a bit chilly at times. you'll find that weather is usually pleasant and sunny. 2. Copacabana is famous for its 16th century Cathedral. where local Bolivians go to receive blessing from the sacred Virgin of Mary statue. The central part of an area. where you'll find some excellent hiking trails to explore ruins.Copacabana Copacabana is a charming town that sits on a peninsula on the southern shores of Lake Titicaca. the town is a great starting point for taking boat rides and exploring the many islands that contain sacred Inca ruins. 18 . 3. Answer the questions. Unusual and attractive. How is the weather in Copacabana? 3. Also. The town sits in between Mount Calvario and Mount Niño Calvario. Between these two small mountains you'll find a quaint town.

19 . The official end of a law. 2. 3. Why were Africans brought to Bolivia? 3. Many of these Afro-Bolivians communities are isolated in a handful of villages in the Yungas valley and are rarely visited by tourists. Africans who were brought as slaves to work in the mines of Potosi. Slavery was later abolished in the 19th century and many remained in the Yungas growing fruit. Answer the questions. 1. etc. An amount that you can hold in your hand. When silver-mining declined they were moved to the Yungas to work on coca and other plantations. Coroico and the surrounding villages in the Yungas valley make up one of the few places in Bolivia where you will see an African influence. Very windy and has few or no trees or buldings to protect it. system. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. What happened when silver-mining declined? 1. Also. When was slavery abolished? 2. coca and coffee on small farms.Coroico Located three hours from La Paz are the subtropical valleys known as the Yungas. 1. 1. The warm comfortable climate of the Yungas makes it a popular weekend destination among local Bolivians from La Paz to escape the chills of the windswept Altiplano.

1. Answer the questions.Pantanal Three countries share the Pantanal: Brazil. 1. Bolivia and Paraguay.000 square-kilometer area. Where is it located 1. It is one of the most impressive places on Earth in terms of wildlife and considered one of the largest wetlands worldwide. and it covers a 496. The Bolivian portion of the wetlands is believed to be the best preserved and is located in the extreme south-eastern corner of the department of Santa Cruz. The convergence of these biographic regions has resulted in impressive biological diversity. To divide or use something with other people. surrounded by dry Chiquitano and Chaqueño Forest. The Pantanal has two protected areas which were established in 1997: Otuquis to the Southeast and San Matías to the Northeast. 1. Which countries share the Pantanal? 3. The town of Puerto Suarez is also located in this area. The union at a point. 3. Which ar the two protected areas that the Pantanal has? 2. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. Something started that will exist for a long time 20 . 2.

Where is it located? 3. in which they breed and nest here and also gives them their pink color. Very small plants and animals that live in the ocean and are eaten by the fish. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. 1. along with the Chilean and Andean flamingos. 1. With a high salt content. The Red Lagoon is a breeding ground for flamingos. the fiery red color of the Red Lagoon is derived from algae and plankton that thrive in the mineral-rich water of sodium. 2. 1. Answer the questions. From what is the red color of the Red Lagoon derived? 2. located within Eduardo Avaroa Andean National Reserve and near the border to Chile. To become very successful or very strong and healthy. 3. kilometers. 21 . magnesium and borax. The algae provides food for the rare James flamingos. with a depth of about 50 cm.Red Lagoon The Red Lagoon is a shallow salt lake in the southwest region of Bolivia. To built or use a nest. There are also over 50 other species of birds that make their home here too. The Red Lagoon covers about 60 sq. How many species of birds are there in it? 2.

2. What kind of animals are found in the Sajama National Park? 2. The quality of getting very little rain and therefore very dry.Sajama It is an extinct volcano and the highest peak in Bolivia with an elevation of 6. Something interesting or fun to see or do 22 . where Polylepis tarapacana have been found growing up to 5200m. How tall is the Sajama mountain? 3. vicunas. 1. That no longer exist. 1. The mountain is located in Sajama National Park in the southwest area of Bolivia about 24 km from the border with Chile in the Oruro department. What is the Sajama mountain exactly? 1.542 m. 1. 3.000 hectares. It occupies an area of about 80. flamingoes and Andean condors. armadillos. the attractions of the park include the world's highest forest. Despite the aridity of the area. Answer the questions. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. Some of the highest growing trees in the world are found on the volcano.

anacondas. giant anteaters. Answer the questions.Madidi National Park Madidi National Park is located in the northern part of Bolivia in the Bolivian Amazon. and is one of the planet's most biologically diverse regions. 1. often with their cars. That carries people. The park can be reached from Rurrenabaque by crossing the Beni River with a small ferry boat over to San Buenaventura. across a stretch of water. representing 11% of the world‘s 9. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. 2. covering nearly 19.000 bird species. which is a newer species discovered in Madidi. The park's terrain ranges from the glacier-covered peaks of the high Andes Mountains to the tropical rainforests of the Amazon Basin. When was it established as a national park? 1. To include the two things mentioned and other things in between them. puma. including the spider monkey and the titi monkey. Mammals include ten species of monkeys. 1. What is the area of the Madidi National Park? 2. Madidi National Park is home to a variety of wildlife. 3.000 square kilometers. The parks contains jaguars. with around 1. numerous fish species and many of the other typical animals that can be found in the Amazon rainforest. Madidi National Park is part of one of the largest protected areas in the world. A large area of land that is lower in the center than at the edges.000 bird species and around 6000 plant species. 23 . 1. This national park was established in 1995 and has one of the most diverse plant and animal life in South America. caiman crocodiles. Where is it located? 3.

1. such as the Aymara people. Evidence of ancient Inca ruins can be seen all over Titicaca. especially on an island called Isla del Sol. Today indigenous people continue living throughout the Lake Titicaca region.Lake Titicaca Surrounded by the high peaks of the Andes Mountains. 1. Answer the questions. The lake was once home to the great Inca empire. 1. Which empire lived around the lake? 1. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. In or to a higher position than something else. who's culture was greatly influenced by the Incas and you'll find that many of the traditions of the Inca era still exist. 24 . At what altitude is the lake Titicaca located? 2. 3. Around someone or something. This majestic lake is one of the highest lakes in the world and is the largest freshwater lake in South America. Lake Titicaca sits at an altitude of 3810 meters above sea level. A number of things that is more than a few. 2. but not a lot. What characteristic does the lake have? 3. There are also several other islands on the lake that contain Inca ruins. It borders both Peru and Bolivia.

brilliant blue butterflies. Where is it situated? 3. 1. The high mountains abound with the bushes. 2. To be in a particular place or position. Isidoro Sécure and Carrasco. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. exotic-colored orchids. This beautiful Amazonian town lies just 150 kilometers from Cochabamba with an average temperature of 30ºC. It is the amount you get when you add together several figures and divide this by the total number of figures. and thousands of birds exploding with colored plumage. ideal for fishing and boating. covered in interesting hanging flowers. Which are the parks near Chapare? 2. situated to the north of the department capital of Cochabamba. 3.Chapare Chapare is one of Bolivia‘s most beautiful regions. It is also located near several parks like Machias. Answer the questions. Crystalline natural spring water bubbles up from the surrounding vegetation. 1. Chapare‘s sub-tropical and tropical climates present the travel with a range of gorgeous landscapes. 25 . Very beautiful or pleasant. 1. Which is its climate? 1. It lies between two rivers.

MYTH 3: Addicts have to hit rock bottom before they can get better. Rather. many formerly resistant addicts decide they want to change. either by going back to treatment or adjusting the treatment approach. Recovery from drug addiction is a long process that often involves setbacks. medication. What does prolonged exposure to drugs cause? 2. You can stop using drugs if you really want to. but that doesn‘t mean you‘re a helpless victim. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. 2. These brain changes make it extremely difficult to quit by sheer force of will. and other treatments. In earlier times. Used in order to emphasize that something is very big. 26 . A very strong desire for something. so there‘s no point trying again. The brain changes associated with addiction can be treated and reversed through therapy. The longer drug abuse continues. Who benefits with the treatment? 3. Relapse doesn‘t mean that treatment has failed or that you‘re a lost cause. MYTH 5: Treatment didn‘t work before. exercise. Don‘t wait to intervene until the addict has lost it all. How can the addiction be treated and reversed? 1. there‘s nothing you can do about it. heavy. some cases are hopeless. Treatment doesn‘t have to be voluntary to be successful. employer. Recovery can begin at any point in the addiction process—and the earlier. 3. or the legal system are just as likely to benefit as those who choose to enter treatment on their own. MYTH 2: Addiction is a disease. 1. People who are pressured into treatment by their family. 1. As they sober up and their thinking clears. Answer the questions. 1. etc. the better. Most experts agree that addiction is a brain disease. they have to want help. Prolonged exposure to drugs alters the brain in ways that result in powerful cravings and a compulsion to use. the stronger the addiction becomes and the harder it is to treat. it‘s a signal to get back on track. MYTH 4: You can‘t force someone into treatment.5 Myths about Drug Addiction MYTH 1: Overcoming addiction is a simply a matter of willpower.

child abuse. A few possible scenerios are by choice. with their child. such as a death. 1. Answer the questions. A number live in households with family. usually the primary parent. condos or government assisted housing. Which factors influence children development in single-parent families? 3. and occupation. When parents separate.Single-parent Single parenthood may occur for a variety of reasons. Most children from single parent families do well. or abandonment by biological parents. one party. 1. adoption. Which are the reasons for single parenthood. education level. That you did not expect to happen. to some extent. and the family's support network of friends and extended family members (including the non-resident parent. 3. artificial insemination. has the children the majority of the time but secondary or 'non-resident' parents continue to share some type of parenting time and responsibility. The things that you must organize for something to happen. Disadvantages in these factors that often accompany single parenting appear to cause most of this association rather than single parenting itself. as in widow. How do most of the children from single parent families do? 2. 1. other adults or alone in home. surrogate motherhood. Taking the place of someone or something else. divorce. 1. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. the family's income. Many factors influence how children develop in single-parent families: the parent's age. child neglect. if available). 2. The living and parenting arrangements for single parents are diverse. while others are the result of an unforeseeable occurrence. apartments. 27 .

Unlike guardianship or other systems designed for the care of the young. "lucky.Adoption Adoption is a process whereby a person assumes the parenting for another who is not kin and. 2. the same study indicated adoptive parents were viewed favorably. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. and unselfish. Likely to do something or suffer from something. 1. more prone to medical issues. with nearly 90% describing them as. Answer the questions. Additionally. and predisposed to drug and alcohol problems. 1. Negative perceptions result in the belief that such children are so troubled it would be impossible to adopt them and create "normal" families. 3. advantaged. Your most closely related family. What does adoption mean? 2. 40-45% think adoptees are more likely to have behavior problems and trouble at school. What does adoption require? 3. in so doing. Nearly one-third of the population believe adoptees are less-well adjusted. 28 . 1. The person or people who takes care of a child." The stigmas associated with adoption are amplified for children in foster care. How were the adoptive parents viewed in the study? 1. permanently transfers all rights and responsibilities from the original parent or parents. either through legal or religious sanction. In contrast. adoption is intended to effect a permanent change in status and as such requires societal recognition.

1. based on the person's medical social history. Relating to or used for medical operations. What does organ donation mean? 1. When does organ donation tipically take place? 2. At the time of death the organ. 2. of which organs/tissues are suitable for transplantation. 1. for the purpose of transplanting. the irreversible loss of all brain functions. can take place after brain death or cardiac death (the irreversible loss of cardiovascular function). or from a living donor. Tissue donation.Organ donation Organ donation is the removal of the tissues of the human body from a person who has recently died. The material forming human cells.The laws of different countries allow potential donors to permit or refuse donation. 29 . Find in the text the right words for these definitions. What does brain death mean? 3. People of all ages may be organ and tissue donor. Answer the questions. including the brain stem. or give this choice to relatives. Organs and tissues are removed in a surgical procedure. The stop of something from spreading or growing 3. Organ donation typically takes place after brain death. 1. tissue or eye recovery agency will make a determination.

Drug rehabilitation. To make someone have difficulty doing something. mainly due to a lack of funding for these programmes and prison overcrowding. 3. Almost three-quarters of those in prison have mental health problems and almost two-thirds have drug problems. How many prisoners are released every year? 2. there has been much criticism about the level of rehabilitation that actually occurs in the Bolivia's prisons. worsening problems of homelessness. Improved opportunities for rehabilitative activity in prisons generate the complaints behind bars is soft and too much like a 'holiday camp'. the idea and protect the conditions and that modern life Public resentment is also fired by weaknesses in the provision of similar services in the community. Answer the questions. which hampers effective delivery of many schemes. The success that prisons achieve is hampered further by many prisoners lacking basic skills or suffering from social and psychological problems. Quality of being strongly established and not likely to change. for example. Why is the the success that prisons achieve hampered? 1. Something that you complain about. 1.Prison Rehabilitation Despite the entrenchment of rehabilitation in social and criminal justice that prisons are not intended to rehabilitate but rather solely to punish public retains considerable public support in some areas. is widely believed to be more easily accessible in prison than outside. Thousands of prisoners are released every year without anywhere to live. policy. 1. 2. 1. or achieving something. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. Nonetheless. What kind of problems does the prisoners have? 3. 30 .

1. There are. certain therapies that can reduce the incidence of a person committing an abusive act on a child. and the pedophile is often released only to repeat the crimes or escalate the activity to the level of murder. also called "pedophilic behavior". and exposing one's genitalia to children are all crimes. 31 . molesting children. What is the pedophilia? 2. How can we reduce the incidence of a person committing an abusive act on a child. No significant curative treatment for pedophilia has yet been found. the word "pedophilia" has been used to refer to child sexual abuse itself. 3. 1. 2. The disorder is common among people who commit child sexual abuse. In strictly behavioral contexts. Answer the questions. bu not a lot. some offenders do not meet the clinical diagnosis standards for pedophilia. including taking sexual explicit photographs. and to the sexual abuse of pubescent or post-pubescent minors. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. 1.Pedophilia It is a psychiatric disorder in adults or late adolescents (persons age 16 and older) characterized by a primary or exclusive sexual interest in prepubescent children. however. Researchers recommend that this imprecise use be avoided. Some. Done or shown in public or in an open way. 1. The problem with these crimes is that pedophilia is also treated as a mental illness. however. It‘s an obsession with children as sex objects. How is it also treated? 3. To become much worse or increase. Overt acts.

The work or services may include anything from bonded or forced labor to commercialized sexual exploitation. victims of human trafficking are not permitted to leave upon arrival at their destination. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. education. while the words look and sound alike. trafficking does not. Sometimes the arrangement is structured as debt bondage. 2. 1. employment. Much of the confusion rests with the term itself. However. Additionally. 1. In the latter. they do not hold the same meaning. This generally involves transportation from one country to another. in the end. The word "trafficking" includes the word "traffic. and/or an overall better life. Does human traffic involves transportation? 1. 3. They are held against their will through acts of coercion and forced to work or provide services to the trafficker or others. Human trafficking differs from people smuggling. while offering promises of marriage. known as a smuggler. 1. the smuggled person is usually free to find their own way. traffickers force the victims to become prostitutes or work in the sex industry. The second of two people or things that are mentioned. with the victim not being permitted or able to pay off the debt. Various work in the sex industry includes prostitution. people voluntarily request or hire an individual. dancing in strip clubs. Which are the biggest illegal industries? 3. also known as pimps or madams. What is the human traffic 2. 32 . After entry into the country and arrival at their ultimate destination. Human trafficking does not require the physical movement of a person (but must entail the exploitation of the person for labor or commercial sex). performing in pornographic films and pornography. There may be no deception involved in the (illegal) agreement. Traffickers. Someone who makes money by controlling prostitutes. It is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world. The arrangement may be structured as a work contract. tied with the illegal arms industry as the second largest." which we often equate with transportation or travel. exploit vulnerabilities and lack of opportunities. Answer the questions. but with no or low payment or on terms which are highly exploitative. where legal entry would be denied upon arrival at the international border. However.Human Trafficking Human trafficking is the illegal trade in human beings for the purposes of commercial sexual exploitation or forced labor: a modern-day form of slavery. While smuggling requires travel. to covertly transport them from one location to another. The act of taking someone or something illegally from one place to another. after the drug-trade. and other forms of involuntary servitude.

2.it enables couples to have fewer children and thus spend more time together and with the children they do have . A natural part of it and cannot be be separated from it. 3. What does contraception enable to the couple? 3. 33 .Contraception For some people: Contraception is inherently wrong • Contraception is anti-life • Contraception is a form of abortion • Contraception separates sex from reproduction Contraception brings bad consequences • Contraception carries health risks • Contraception prevents potential human beings being conceived • Contraception prevents people who might benefit humanity from being born Contraception leads to "immoral behaviour" • Contraception makes it easier for people to have sex outside marriage • Contraception leads to widespread sexual immorality • Contraception allows people (even married people) to have sex purely for enjoyment For some others: Contraception is not wrong • it is right to allow people to practice birth control.it reduces the cost of marriage (children are expensive) 1. 1. or showing that you are worried. Answer the questions. Very worried about something. What does contraception prevent? 2. 1. What does the contraception enable to women whose health would be at risk if they conceived? 1. Health benefits • it prevents the conception of unwanted children and so reduces the number of possible abortions • it enables women whose health would be at risk if they conceived. Happening in many places. to continue to have sex • the use of condoms helps prevent sexually transmitted diseases and HIV Family benefits • it prevents the conception of children that a family cannot support • it enables people to avoid having more children than they want • it improves marriage because . Find in the text the right words for these definitions.it enables couples to enjoy the unitive function of sexual activity without being anxious about conceiving a child .

1. When is in most cases euthanasia carried out? 3. Extremely painful or difficult.Euthanasia Euthanasia is the deliberate killing of a person for the benefit of that person. Answer the questions. but there are cases called euthanasia where a person can't make such a request. In most cases euthanasia is carried out because the person who dies asks for it. 2. Intended or planned. Should human beings have the right to decide on issues of life and death? Some people think that euthanasia shouldn't be allowed. Which are the main moral dilemmas of euthanasia? 1. 1. A subject or problem that people discuss. because it could be abused and used as a cover for murder. 34 . if at all? • is there a moral difference between killing someone and letting them die? At the heart of these arguments are the different ideas that people have about the meaning and value of human existence. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. What is the euthanasia? 2. 3. 1. Euthanasia raises a number of agonizing moral dilemmas: • is it ever right to end the life of a terminally ill patient who is undergoing severe pain and suffering? • under what circumstances can euthanasia be justifiable. even if it was morally right.

has been debated for centuries. A legal process in which a court of law examines a case to decide whether someone is guilty of a crime. and if so under what circumstances. It is usually only used as a punishment for particularly serious types of murder. but in some countries treason. By means of death. Answer the questions. 35 . 2. It can only be used by a state. especially by helping its enemies. What do non-state organisations speak of having 'executed' a person commit? 1. 3. adultery and rape are capital crimes. 1. The crime of being disloyal to your country or government. 1. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. Capital punishment is the practice of executing someone as punishment for a specific crime after a proper legal trial. so when non-state organisations speak of having 'executed' a person they have actually committed a murder. The ethical problems involved include the general moral issues of punishment with the added problem of whether it is ever morally right to deprive a human being of life. What is the capital punishment? 2. Who can use the capital punishment? 3. 1.Capital punishment The question as to whether or not it is morally acceptable for the state to execute people. types of fraud.

2. Some think that abortion is right when the mother's life is at risk. 36 .most people are on one side or the other. 1. Abortion is a very painful topic for women and men who find themselves facing the moral dilemma of whether or not to terminate a pregnancy. What is the abortion? 2. Done in a way that is intended. It's one of the most polarising moral issues . 1.Abortion The abortion debate asks whether it can be morally right to terminate a pregnancy before normal childbirth. 3. 1. The abortion debate deals with the rights and wrongs of deliberately ending a pregnancy before normal childbirth. Some people think that abortion is always wrong. A situation in which you have to make a difficult choice between two or more actions. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. Completely opposite to another person or thing in character or style. What deals the abortion debate with? 1. Answer the questions. Others think that there is a range of circumstances in which abortion is morally acceptable. killing the foetus in the process. How is a pregnancy deliberately ended before normal childbirth? 3. very few are undecided.

"I think the 'Seven Wonders of the World' are: 1. Bringing things from different places together. The girl replied." Though there were some disagreements. 3. I couldn't quite make up my mind because there were so many. to see 2. to taste 5. Panama Canal 5. because you are uncertain. the teacher noticed that one quiet student hadn't turned in her paper yet.What do you perceive as the seven wonders of the world? A group of students was asked to list what they thought were the present "Seven Wonders of the World. to touch 4. Egypt's Great Pyramids 2. St. Not making much noise. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. a little. Empire State Building 6. and maybe we can help. To pause before doing or saying something." The teacher said. to feel 6. 1. Which ones were in the list of the girl? 1. the following received the most votes: 1. "Well. What was the group of students asked to list? 2. to laugh 7. to hear 3. 37 . Peter's Basilica 7. China's Great Wall While gathering the votes." The things we overlook as simple and ordinary and that we take for granted are truly wondrous! 1. 2. and to love." The girl hesitated. tell us what you have. Which ones received the most votes? 3. then read. Taj Mahal 3. So she asked the girl if she was having trouble with her list. Grand Canyon 4. "Yes. Answer the questions. 1.

To give all your attention to a particular thing. When I found I couldn't change the nation. I realize the only thing I can change is myself. I couldn't change the town and as an older man. 1. I began to focus on my town. and suddenly I realize that if long ago I had changed myself. Their impact could have changed the nation and I could indeed have changed the world. 38 . I found it was difficult to change the world. what did he wanted to change? 3. I wanted to change the world. as an old man. so I tried to change my nation. Quickly and in a way you did not expect. 1. Now. 3. What did he realized at the end? 1. When he couldn‘t change his country or town. 2. Answer the questions. What did he want to do? 2. I could have made an impact on my family. To know or understand the importance of something that you did not know before." 1. Find in the text the right words for these definitions. I tried to change my family.I Wanted To Change The World When I was a young man. My family and I could have made an impact on our town.

1. Jealousy 2. 2. Ecoagriculture 1. Death 2. Women and children. They are failing. Bowl 2. For economic and affective reasons. 3. They asserted that they suffered significantly less pain than the others. 39 . Behavior 3. 1. wildlife 2. Sunset 3. 1. It is the ecoagriculture. She went to the teather and went to bed late. 3. extinction 5. biodiversity 4. Pain 3. to put their hands into a bowl of icy water and then tell a researcher how much it hurts. They reported a similar level of pain whether they were talking to a man or a woman. reserves 3. 3. Sightseeing 2. A better education in more egalitarian values 1. 2. 2. He went sightseeing. 1. Landscape 2. 1. How much does it hurt? 1.Discrepancy 2. 3. 2. 2. 1. Fernando Torelio. farmer There´s no hell like home 1. They say that we need a new approach that will feed people and also protect wildlife.ANSWER KEY Where did you go on vacation? 1. 1.

Stage 3. Unavoidable 2. 1. 3. 3. It‘s in Tiahuanaco. or their health. Happiness 1. Subject 2. 2. 2. By changing your mental attitude. Puma Punku 1. 1. Shore 3. 1. 1. Doing something for others. To fashion 2. It‘s because of its age and the peculiar stone technology. It depends on each individual 1. 3. Vast 2. 1.Education 1. Harmony 2. or their intelligence. To censure 2. 2. Wealthy 3. The family. Highland 2. Stress 1. 40 . Tiahuanacu 1. Priest 2. They value their religion. 1. 1. 2. It was a major sacred ceremonial centre and focal point of a culture that spread across much of the region. Peculiar 3. To deal with more important problems first. The family and the tribe. It is part of a large temple complex or monument group. Stress 2. Happiness 2. 3. and leave the rest to another day. 2. The formal teaching. By priest kings. The western shore of Titicaca. Health 3. 3. Everything they want. 1. 1.

Heritage 2. Otter 3. 3. To exceed 2. 2. 3. Masterpiece 3. 1. In the departmentes of Oruro and Potosi 2. Noel Kempff National Park 1. Prosperous 3.Uyuni salt flat 1. 41 . Wonder 2. 1. 2. In the economical and demographical aspects. In the tropical low lands of eastern Bolivia. 3. There are 620 species of birds. 2. They should go to a tourist information booth in Oruro and they should be able direct you to a place to sleep. Santa Cruz City 1. Carnival of Oruro 1. Surrounding 2. 1. Some of the most amazing natural wonders in the world even a hotel made of salt. As a World Heritage event and one of Mankind's Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. In the dry season from April through November. 1. It is estimated to have a reserve of 10 billion tons of salt. It‘s in the northeastern part of the Santa Cruz Department. It was known as "Paris of the Americas". 1. 1. 1. on the border with Brazil. They are from other Bolivian cities and from neighboring countries 3. Bleachers 2. Old colonial. Anteater 2. Virtually 2. 1. new residential and commercial buildings 1. Captivating 3. It‘s known as the "White City". 2. Sucre City 1. To grow 2.

3. It sits in a sunken valley in the Andes Mountain range 2. 1. 3. Bush 2. On a peninsula on the southern shores of Lake Titicaca. Throughout 3. Cove 3. They emerged from the depths of Lake Titicaca and found the Inca civilization. 1. Sunken 2. To wonder 2.2. Stunning 3.600 meters above sea level. About 5. 42 . Roughly 2. To receive blessing from the sacred Virgin of Mary statue. Around 250 1. 3. and the Madidi National Park. At about 3. It‘s authentic traditional roots of Andean culture. It is considered one of the most peaceful and relaxing cities in South America 1. Quaint 2. Scrubby 2. The Noel Kempff and Amboro National Park.000 people 3. 1. 2. Chilly 3. 2. fish or raise alpaca. 1. Copacabana 1. geography and wildlife. 1. Hub 2. 2. 3. The climate. Island of the Sun 1. Bolivian Wildlife 1. Support 2. Peak 3. 1. It is usually pleasant and sunny. Bustling 2. 1. They farm the lands. Fascinating La Paz City 1.

Nest 3. 2. 1. Ferry 3. 2. Established Red Lagoon 1. 2. 1. Aridity 2. Range 2. 3. rheas. To thrive 2. In the extreme south-eastern corner of the department of Santa Cruz. Handful 2. Extinct 3. magnesium. Abolished Pantanal 1. Basin 2. 1.Coroico 1. 2. In the 19th century. 3. 1. flamingoes and Andean condors. Sajama 1. Bolivia and Paraguay 3. 1. In the southwest region of Bolivia. borax and gypsum. 1. From algae and plankton that thrive in the mineral-rich water of sodium. It is an extinct volcano and the highest peak in Bolivia 1. 1. In 1995. To share 3. 1. Plankton 2. near the border to Chile.542 m. Convergence 2. Vicunas.000 square kilometers. located within Eduardo Avaroa Andean National Reserve. Over 50. 2. armadillos. Windswept 3. 1. Africans were moved to the Yungas to work on coca and other plantations. It is 6. Nearly 19. 43 . Attraction 2. tall. 3. 2. Brazil. Otuquis and San Matías. 2. Madidi National Park 1. In the northern part of Bolivia in the Bolivian Amazon. They were brought to work in the mines of Potosi 3.

or abandonment by biological parents. 1. and the family's support network of friends and extended family members. Lie 3. 3. and occupation. 3. 1. 2. They do it well? 2. Unforeseeable 3. 5 Myths about Drug Addiction 1. the family's income. The parent's age. The great Inca empire. Above 2. Single-parent 1. 1. Formerly 2. Sub-tropical and tropical. It alters the brain in ways that result in powerful cravings and a compulsion to use. Surrounded 3. It is one of the highest lakes in the world and is the largest freshwater lake in South America. Craving 2. Several 2. Isidoro Sécure and Carrasco.Gorgeous 2. 44 .Lake Titicaca 1. education level. Arrangements 2. 1. while others are the result of an unforeseeable occurrence. 3. 1. and other treatments. Surrogate 2. 2. Machias. artificial insemination. Sheer 3. In the north of the department capital of Cochabamba. exercise. 3. Chapare 1. 2. child neglect. 1. 1. child abuse. Through therapy. surrogate motherhood. At 3810 meters above sea level. widow. People who are pressured into treatment and those who choose to enter treatment on their own. such as a death. Average 2. 1. medication. divorce. adoption.

for the purpose of transplanting. Hamper 2. in so doing. 1. advantaged. After brain death. 2. Thousands of prisoners. It requires societal recognition. Tissue 2. including the brain stem. 1. Complaint 2. As a mental illness. 3.To escalate 2. and unselfish. either through legal or religious sanction. It is a process whereby a person assumes the parenting for another who is not kin and. 2. 3. Stem 3. "lucky. Prison Rehabilitation 1. 1. The irreversible loss of all brain functions. Prone 2. Surgical 2. Pedophilia 1. 1. Favorably describing them as. With certain therapies. 1. It is the removal of the tissues of the human body from a person who has recently died. 2. 1. Foster 3. Mental health and drug problems. 1. It is a psychiatric disorder in adults or late adolescents (persons age 16 and older) characterized by a primary or exclusive sexual interest in prepubescent children. 2. Entrenchment 3. 45 . 3. Overt 3. Kin Organ donation 1. or from a living donor." 2. Certain 2. 1.Adoption 1. 3. permanently transfers all rights and responsibilities from the original parent or parents. By many prisoners lacking basic skills or suffering from social and psychological problems.

3. 3. To avoid having more children than they want. Latter 2. Deliberate 2. 2. To continue to have sex. 2. Is it ever right to end the life of a terminally ill patient who is undergoing severe pain and suffering? Under what circumstances can euthanasia be justifiable. Contraception 1. 3. Illegal arms. 3. 1. 46 . Euthanasia 1. sexually transmitted diseases and HIV. Treason 3. drug-trade and human traffic. 1. 1. It is the practice of executing someone as punishment for a specific crime after a proper legal trial. Widespread 2. Capital punishment 1. Agonizing 2.Human Trafficking 1. Only a state. Issue 3. Pimp 2. It is the deliberate killing of a person for the benefit of that person. Capital 2. Trial 2. It is the illegal trade in human beings for the purposes of commercial sexual exploitation or forced labor. When the person who dies asks for it. to enjoy the unitive function of sexual activity without being anxious about conceiving a child and to have fewer children and thus spend more time together and with the children they do have. Smuggling 3. 1. Inherently 3. 1. 1. it does not require the physical movement of a person. if at all? Is there a moral difference between killing someone and letting them die? 1. 2. Anxious 2. The conception of unwanted children. 1. A murder. No. 2.

" 2. to laugh. 1. to feel. To change the world. Panama Canal. His family and he could have made an impact on his town. 1. That if he had changed himself. I could have made an impact on his family. 1. By killing the foetus in the process. I Wanted To Change The World 1. to touch. Egypt's Great Pyramids. Grand Canyon. It‘s a process of terminating a pregnancy before normal childbirth. To see. St. 2. With the rights and wrongs of deliberately ending a pregnancy before normal childbirth 1. Dilemma 3. Peter's Basilica and China's Great Wall 3. 2. 1. Suddenly 2. Gathering 2. 3. 47 . Their impact could have changed his nation and he could indeed have changed the world. Polarising 2. 1. and to love. 3. What do you perceive as the seven wonders of the world? 1. to hear. Empire State Building. to taste. To realize 3. To hesitate 3. Taj Mahal. Quiet 2. The present "Seven Wonders of the World. To focus 2.Abortion 1. Deliberately 2. His family.

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