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Rearrange the following words and phrases to form meaningful sentences. The first one has been done as an example.
other species / human species / the / of / many / the / very existence / is threatening
The human species is threatening the very existence of many other species.
(a) of nature / biodiversity / the / is / variety of life forms ! interact to support / that / and sustain / balance / the
(b) consumed / as I group / more and more of / Earth’s / the / resources ! are / human population / the
(c)extinction / crisis / explosive / an / consumption / had led / growth and / an
(d) that have / Earth’s history / mass extinctions / the I threatens / periodically / occurred / the and/ to surpass
(e) one every day/scientists I that / estimate I rate of I species are disappearing / the / at
(a)The variety of life forms interacts to support and sustain that balance of the biodiversity of nature.
(b) More and more of the Earth’s resources are consumed by the human population as group.
(c)An explosive growth and consumption had led to a crisis of extinction.
(d) And the Earth’s history threatens to surpass the mass extinctions that have occurred periodically.
(e)Scientists estimate that species are disappearing at the rate of one every day.
Look at the words and phrases below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences. The first one has been done as an example. Write the correct sentences in your answer sheet against the correct blank number.
put into / as the / at low / baby can / he is / as soon / water / toddle / tide /
As soon as the baby can toddle he is put into water at low tide.
(a) water / the / baby / in the / here / plays / sits and
(b) long enough / the mother / him / does not / to weary / there / leaves him /
(c) older / at low tide / as / wade about / allowed to / he is / he grows /
(d) look out / water / keep a / into deep / sharp / does not stray / so that he / his elders /
(e) permitted to / from which / judgement / he may / make small mistakes / he is / learn to make better /
(a) Here the baby sits and plays In the water.
(B) The mother does not leave him there long enough to weary.
(c) As he grows older, he is allowed to wade about at low tide.
(d) His elders keep a sharp lookout so that he does not stray into deep water.
(e) He is permitted to make small mistakes from which he may learn to make a better judgement.
(f) When the children are able to swim they are given small canoes of their own.