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Practice test.

These are some of the questions that you are going to find in the final test.

What is pollution? Is the introduction of contaminants into the natural environment that cause adverse change.
What are some of the effects of the pollution? The contamination of the atmosphere and the increment of global warming and the destruction of the environment.
What are the three principal type of pollution? Water pollution, soil pollution and air pollution.
What are some causes of pollution? Excessive burning of fuel, a huge amount of chemical substances and Smoke from chimneys, factories, vehicles, etc.
What does the three rs mean? Reuse, reduce and recycle
What is a health matter? Is a state in which a person is suffering from an illness and is feeling unwell.
What are the most common illness in El Salvador? Conjunctivitis, flu, cough, and malaria.
What is one of the differences between the words sick and ill? Sick usually describes short-term diseases or ailments, meanwhile, ill is used to describe long- and short-term diseases or ailments.
What are the related words usually to describe a bad feeling in your body? Sore, pain, ache and hurt.
What is conjunctivitis? Is a painful infection on the eyes that make them red and makes the eyelids swollen and sticky.
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