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  • Global- Warming 2011 1 Global warming
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  • Global- Warming 2011 2 Vocabulary Deforestation: The removal of a forest or stand of trees where the land is thereafter converted to a nonforest use. Radiation: The radiation in humans' natural environment, including cosmic rays and radiation from the naturally radioactive elements. Also known as natural radiation. Greenhouse effect : The process by which the greenhouse gases in the Earth's atmosphere trap heat of the sun and prevents the Earth from freezing in the absence of sunlight'. Ecosystem: An ecosystem is a community of organisms interacting with each other and with their environment Conserve: To protect from loss or harm; preserve. Fossil fuels: A hydrocarbon deposit, such as petroleum, coal, or natural gas, derived from living matter of a previous geologic time and used for fuel.
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  • Global- Warming 2011 3 EnglishFrench Deforestationla dforestation Radiationradiation Greenhouse effecteffet de serre Ecosystemcosystme To conserveconserver Fossil fuelscombustibles fossiles Vocabulary
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  • Global- Warming 2011 4 Deforestation
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  • Global- Warming 2011 5 Ecosystem Fossil Fuels
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  • Global- Warming 2011 6 Radiation
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  • Global- Warming 2011 7 Greenhouse Effect
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  • Global- Warming 2011 8 Effects of Global Warming Before AfterBefore After
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  • Global- Warming 2011 9 Conserve Environment
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  • Global- Warming 2011 10 Grammar Point Indefinite Pronouns
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  • Global- Warming 2011 11 Indefinite Pronoun An indefinite pronoun refers to something that is not definite or specific or exact. (Un pronom indfini se rfre quelque chose qui n'est pas dfini ou spcifique ou exact) Examples: Singular: another, anybody, anyone, anything, each, either, everybody, everyone, everything, little, much,... Plural: both, few, many, others, several,... Singular or Plural: all, any, more, most, none, some,...
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  • Global- Warming 2011 12 Note Singular: Example : Each of the members has one vote. Example : One of the girls gave up her seat. Plural: Plural indefinite pronouns take plural verbs or plural personal pronouns. Example : Both of them are equally experienced. (both is plural, so are plural pronoun.) Example: Many were not able to make it to the party, and several were late. ( many and several are plural noun). For indefinite pronouns that can be singular or plural, it depends on what the indefinite pronoun refers to. Example : All of the people clapped their hands. (All refers to people, which is plural.) Example : All of the newspaper was soaked. (Here all refers to newspaper, which is singular.)
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  • Global- Warming 2011 13 Examples All are welcome to attend the concert. Mary gave the book to another. I don't have any. Does anybody have a clue? Anyone can play that game. Peter didn't see anything suspicious. Each brought a dish to pass. Few visited that park.
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  • Global- Warming 2011 14 Fill in all the gaps with either ('somebody, anybody, nobody, something, anything or nothing). 1. I can hear _______at the door. 2. Does ______ want to go to the cinema. 3. A: What are you doing on Saturday? B:.________ 4. "Can _______ tell me the capital of Mongolia?" 5."Would you like ________ to eat?" 6. I'm sad because _______remembered my birthday. 7. As it's your birthday you can order ______ you like from the menu. 8.Poor thing! We have to do ______to help.
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  • Global- Warming 2011 15 CHOOSE THE CORRECT INDEFINITE PRONOUNS (everybody, nobody, somewhere,nothing) Dont blame yourself for the mistake ______ is perfect. He was so helpful. He helped nearly ______in the village. He didnt say______ useful. All nonsense. I would like to go ________ peaceful for my holiday.


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