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YOUR URINARY SYSTEM

Pee is one of the first body fluids a kid learns about. You probably learned about
pee (also called urine) when you were little and started using the toilet instead of
diapers. Now that you're older, you can understand much more about the amazing
yellow stuff called pee.

Parts of the Urinary Tract
You drink, you pee. But urine is more than just that drink you had a few hours ago.
The body produces pee as a way to get rid of waste and extra water that it doesn't
need. Before leaving your body, urine travels through the urinary tract.

The urinary tract is a pathway that includes the:
 kidneys: two bean-shaped organs that filter waste from the blood and produce
urine
 ureters: two thin tubes that take pee from the kidney to the bladder
 bladder: a sac that holds pee until it's time to go to the bathroom
 urethra: the tube that carries urine from the bladder out of the body when you
pee
The kidneys are key players in the urinary tract. They do two important jobs —
filter waste from the blood and produce pee to get rid of it. If they didn't do this,
toxins (bad stuff) would quickly build up in your body and make you sick. That's
why you hear about people getting kidney transplants sometimes. You need at least
one working kidney to be healthy.
You might wonder how your body ends up with waste it needs to get rid of.
Body processes such as digestion and metabolism (when the body turns food into
energy) produce wastes, or byproducts. The body takes what it needs, but the waste
has to go somewhere. Thanks to the kidneys and pee, it has a way to get out. When
you're asked to give a urine sample during a doctor's visit, the results reveal how
well your two kidneys are working. For example, white blood cells in the urine can
be a sign of an infection.

it's in front of the vaginal opening. The bladder expands as it fills. ready to go. where it's stored until you need to go to the bathroom. it travels from the kidney to the bladder. nerve endings in the bladder wall send a message to the brain that you need to pee. The urine then flows from the bladder and out of the body through the urethra. the bladder walls contract and the sphincter (a ringlike muscle that guards the exit from the bladder to the urethra) relaxes. Did you ever notice that if you drink a lot. But what is it exactly? Urine contains:  water  urea. Pee also is a way for your body to keep the right amount of water. What's Pee Made Of? Let's talk more about how the kidneys filter blood. Urine is what is left behind. and other nutrients) go back into the bloodstream. the urethra ends at the tip of the penis. a waste product that forms with the normal breakdown of muscle  byproducts of bile from the liver  ammonia You've Got to Go! Once pee is produced. For boys. a waste product that forms when proteins are broken down  urochrome. When you're in the bathroom. a pigmented blood product that gives urine its yellowish color  salts  creatinine. while the waste and excess stuff is taken out. glucose. . you pee more and the pee is pale yellow? That's because your body is getting rid of extra water and your pee has more water in it than usual. For girls. water and some of the other stuff that is in blood (like protein. when it's full. When blood goes through the kidneys.

you could get an infection known as a UTI (urinary tract infection). MD Date reviewed: September 2014 .  For everyone: Go to the bathroom when you need to go.Urinary Tract Health You might not think much about peeing or your urinary tract. There's no magic amount. it's easy for bacteria from poop to get in that area.  For girls: Wipe from front to back. but here's how you can help keep everything flowing as it should:  Drink enough fluids. especially after going poop. If some of those bacteria end up in the urinary tract. Because of where the urethra is for girls. Uh-oh! Reviewed by: Rupal Christine Gupta. Holding too long isn't good for your urinary tract — and it can lead to accidents. but be sure to drink plenty of water. especially when it's warm out or you're exercising and playing.

a waste product that forms when proteins are broken down  urochrome. a waste product that forms with the normal breakdown of muscle  byproducts of bile from the liver  ammonia Urinary Tract Health  Drink enough fluids. especially after going poop. urine travels through the urinary tract. CONCLUSION OF YOUR URINARY SYSTEM Pee is one of the first body fluids a kid learns about. . Urine contains:  water  urea. a pigmented blood product that gives urine its yellowish color  salts  creatinine. Before leaving your body.  For everyone: Go to the bathroom when you need to go. You probably learned about pee (also called urine).  For girls: Wipe from front to back. Parts of the Urinary Tract The body produces pee as a way to get rid of waste and extra water that it doesn't need. The urinary tract is a pathway that includes the:  kidneys: two bean-shaped organs that filter waste from the blood and produce urine  ureters: two thin tubes that take pee from the kidney to the bladder  bladder: a sac that holds pee until it's time to go to the bathroom  urethra: the tube that carries urine from the bladder out of the body when you pee The kidneys are key players in the urinary tract. They do two important jobs — filter waste from the blood and produce pee to get rid of it.

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Past simple I couldn't/wasn't able to walk until I was 3 years old. Can you help? Future I'm not sure if I will be able to come to your party. will. I would say sorry. may. Modal verbs The modal verbs include can. can to request permission Can I open the window? may to express possibility I may be home late. The modals must and canneed substitute verbs to express obligation or ability in the different tenses. must to express strong belief She must be over 90 years old. would to request or offer Would you like a cup of tea? would in if-sentences If I were you. obligation. Future You'll have to work hard if you want to pass the exams. might. must. would. They do not change their form (spelling) and they have no infinitive or participle (past/present). and so on. Modal verbs are unlike other verbs. may to request permission May I sit down.A. should. Infinitive I don't want to have to go. possibility. please? must to express obligation I must go now. Here are some examples: Past simple Sorry I'm late. Below is a list showing the most useful modals and their most common meanings: Modal Meaning Example can to express ability I can speak a little Russian. I had to finish my math test. They are used with other verbs to express ability. Present perfect I haven't been able to solve this problem. . Present perfect She's had to return to Korea at short notice. should to give advice You should stop smoking.

get. and help. there are 5 causative verbs. causative get is not too force seprtihlanya caustive make. a) Causative Make The first causative verbs are MAKE. have. b) Causative Get The 2nd Casatuve verbs are GET.  Professor Rogers didn't make us type up our lap reports. let. They do not need an additional auxiliary in negatives or questions. Types of Causative Verbs Below are the types of causative verbs and their formulas. Causative get is used when we want to make someone or something do action or action. make. Causative make is used to get people to do things. For example: Must I come? (Do I must come?). formula : Subject + Make + Someone/Something + Verb 1 example :  She made the baby take a nap. In English. But the difference.  I made the machine work.  I can't seem to make this dishwasher run.Infinitive I would love to be able to play the piano. 2. CAUSATIVE VERB 1. . Understanding Causative Verb Causative verbs are verbs that ask people or other things to do. just like causative MAKE. examples and explanations. Modals are auxiliary verbs. or: He shouldn't smoke (He doesn't should smoke) B.

 Do you know that we can get Karen to take us to San Diego?  I want to get the house painted before winter. c) Causative Have The 3rd Causative verbs are HAVE.  I like the way you had the beautician do you hair. causative haves are also used to make people or objects perform an action but rather not force like causative make and get. Just like causative make and causative get.  Professor Baker let us write a paper instead of taking a final exam.  Let's get our car fixed first. .Formula: Subject + Get + Someone + To Infinitive atau Subject + Get + Something + Verb 3 (Verb Participle) Contoh:  Let's get Ralph to go with us.  Tom had a tooth filled. Formula: Subject + Have + Someone + Verb 1 atau Subject + Have + Something + Verb 3 (Verb Participle) example :  They had their lawyer change their will. Formula: Subject + Let + Someone/Something + Verb 1 Contoh:  His mother let him go to school.  Have you had your temperature taken yet? d) Causative let LET is used as causative verbs by giving permission for other people or objects to perform an action or action.

 My teacher helped me get this job. causative help is more inclined to give help to others to do something. HELP can also be used as a causative verb.  Would you let us borrow your notes?  Don't let it bother you. e) Causative help In addition to the 4 causative verbs above.  My husband always helps her to do the laundry. . Unlike other causative (pelakunay not do the action / action). Formula: Subject + Help + Someone + Verb 1/To Infinitive example :  My husband always helps her do the laundry.  My teacher helped me to get this job.

2001.Joan. p. Revere. Mood and Modality. op. Cambridge University Presents. p. pp. 1959.5d Palmer.192-199 The forms are given as in §85 and in §84 2 of Dansk grammatik (in Danish) by Niels Nielsen. of Chicago Press. Bybee. 1994. R. Perkins. but with modernised orthography. William. section 6. and Pagliuca. The Evolution of Grammar. 70. The subsequent text shows that the intended definitions were transposed. Univ. Gleerups förlag.. BIBLIOGRAPHY Palmer. .. cit. F. 33 A Short Overview of English Syntax (Rodney Huddleston).