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MULTIPLE CHOICE
Exercise 1
Leaving your children with their grandparents may be bad for the little (1) ____ health. This is according to new research in the ‘International Journal of Obesity’. The British study showed that children who are looked after by their grandparents (2) ____ to be more overweight. Researchers looked at over 12,000 toddlers between the (3) ____ of nine months and three years. Their data showed that grandparents increased the risk of obesity (4) ____ the children by as much as 34 per cent. Kids who are looked after by their parents or who go to nurseries had no (5) ____ risk of weight problems. The research also showed that children of richer parents were more at risk, especially if the mother had a management position and/(6) ____ a university education.
This research could help (7) ____ the rate of obesity in Britain. Almost a quarter of pre-schoolers are overweight or obese. These new statistics should send an important message to grandparents – stop (8) ____ your grandchildren with snacks and sugary treats. We all know how our grandparents like to (9) ____ us. It is the same all over the world. The research did not look into why young children are    (10) ____ at risk of obesity with their grandparents. However, there are several possible reasons. One is that older people might be (11) ____ aware of proper nutrition and so give their grandchildren unhealthy food. Another possible cause is that older people are less active and might not play with the children. It might also be that British people in (12) ____ are becoming less active.
Put the correct words from the table below in the above article.
1.
(a)
once
(b)
ones
(c)
one’s
(d)
ones’

2.
(a)
tend
(b)
trend
(c)
trendy
(d)
tent

3.
(a)
ageless
(b)
ages
(c)
aged
(d)
aging

4.
(a)
at
(b)
by
(c)
to
(d)
in

5.
(a)
simile
(b)
similarity
(c)
similar
(d)
smiling

6.
(a)
plus
(b)
or
(c)
nor
(d)
also

7.
(a)
reduction
(b)
reducing
(c)
reduces
(d)
reduce

8.
(a)
filling
(b)
filing
(c)
feeling
(d)
failing

9.
(a)
soil
(b)
spoil
(c)
foil
(d)
toil

10.
(a)
other
(b)
much
(c)
added
(d)
more

11.
(a)
low
(b)
fewer
(c)
less
(d)
smaller

12.
(a)
general
(b)
generals
(c)
genealogy
(d)
generalize


Exercise 2
Does time fly or does it go (1) ____? We’ve all had experiences of wanting time to pass quicker, slow down or even stop. The BBC has reported (2) ____ research on the speed time travels at. Its reporter Tom Colls discusses a study conducted      (3) ____ researchers at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota, USA. Lead researcher Professor Aaron Sackett found he could make people feel that time was going more slowly and more quickly than it (4) ____ was. Professor Sacket said there was a (5) ____ link between the feeling of time passing and levels of enjoyment. He said he showed that time really does (6) ____ when you’re having fun. “We could manipulate people`s feelings of time quite easily," he said.
The BBC’s article provides an (7) ____ of how scientists have looked at time throughout history. The most famous scientist they include is Albert Einstein. He said time is (8) ____ something in our minds. Professor John Wearden, a time psychologist at Britain’s Keele University said it was difficult to analyze how time goes by. He said most people think time goes fast and slowly. As an example he  (9) ____ his own mother, who says days seem to (10) ____ forever, but months fly by. Professor Wearden told the BBC: "Time doesn`t really go fast or slowly, it can`t do….It just goes at the speed it (11) ____." He added that time can only be measured by a clock. Most language students might agree that time (12) ____ by when they are studying English.
Put the correct words from the table
 

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