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Question 1:
Practice guessing the meaning of the word in underline.

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Japan is a country where many earthquakes occurs each year. It makes buildings quake, even collapsed.

Question 2:
Increase and decrease are the tidal movements that happens every day on the beach.

Question 3:
In this place, people have to find many solutions to cope with avalanche, which supplies a mass of snow, ice and rocks falling rapidly.

Question 4:
The mount was so high three with full of trees three decades ago, but since all the trees were cut down, it has been lower by the erosion in floods.

Question 5:
The air has been polluted by the exhaust fumes from vehicles

Question 6:
Renewable energy is energy that is collected from renewable resources, which are naturally replenished on a human timescale.

Question 7:
Lots of species have been endangered because of the climate change.

Question 8:
Farmings are using more and more pesticides to kill insects like caterpillers, pests to protect their crops.

Question 9:
Using unleaded petrol as a fuel has more advantages in automobiles. It is devoid of lead, a substance generally used to prevent engines of vehicles from getting damaged. But lead emitted from vehicles gets accumulated in the atmosphere and causes serious illness in human beings.

Question 10:
While a great deal of media and public attention has focused on the effects that such higher concentrations of CO2 are likely to have on global climate, rising CO2 concentrations are also likely to have profound direct effects on the growth, physiology, and chemistry of plants,

Question 11:
Ozone forms a kind of layer in the stratosphere, where it is more concentrated than anywhere else. Ozone and oxygen molecules in the stratosphere absorb ultraviolet light from the Sun, providing a shield that prevents this radiation from passing to the Earth's surface

Question 12:
Precipitation, all liquid and solid water particles that fall from clouds and reach the ground. These particles include drizzle, rain, snow, snow pellets, ice crystals, and hail.

Question 13:
Tsunamis are also known as tidal waves or seismic sea waves. When the ocean bottom at the plate boundary rises or drops abruptly, it relocates the surrounding water, and waves are launched that become a tsunami.

Question 14:
An eco-warrior is someone who spends a lot of time working actively for environmental causes.

Question 15:
Hailstones are small lumps of ice that form in the clouds and fall to the ground when their size reaches 5 mm in diameter, or larger.

Question 16:
Corrosion is the gradual destruction of materials (usually metals) by chemical and/or electrochemical reaction with their environment.

Question 17:
Tectonics is the process that controls the structure and properties of the Earth's crust and its evolution through time.

Question 18:
A drought is a period of below-average precipitation in a given region, resulting in prolonged shortages in the water supply, whether atmospheric, surface water or ground water.

Question 19:
A flood is an overflow of water that submerges land that is usually dry.

Question 20:
Natural disasters have caused a great deal of fatalities, more than 600,000 people dead, and left behind trillions of dollars in damages in the last two decades, the United Nations said Monday.

Question 21:
Landslide, also called landslip, the movement downslope of a mass of rock, debris, earth, or soil (soil being a mixture of earth and debris).

Question 22:
It is hard to avert the upshot of an earthquake when it starts. All buildings and houses can be collapsed because the quaking.

Question 23:
A greenhouse gas is a gas that absorbs infrared radiation (IR) and radiates heat in all directions.

Question 24:
A fossil fuel is a fuel formed by natural processes, such as anaerobic decomposition of buried dead organisms, containing energy originating in ancient photosynthesis.

Question 25:
A politician isa person experienced in the art or science of government; especially, one actively engaged in conducting the business of a government.

Question 26:
A meeting of two or more persons for discussing matters of common concern is called a conference.

Question 27:
A concern is a matter that engages a person's attention, interest, or care, or that affects a person's welfare or happiness.

Question 28:
The culprit was arrested and questioned to find out other accomplice who helped him to commit the crimes.

Question 29:
Debate is a process that involves formal discussion on a particular topic. In a debate, opposing arguments are put forward to argue for opposing viewpoints.

Question 30:
Hydropower plants are a form of renewable energy. They operate using stored water in a dam; the water falls by gravity through penstocks to water turbines located below the dam.

Question 31:
Technically, an emission is anything that's been released out into the air. But more often it refers to gases being released into the air, like greenhouse gasses or emissions from power plants and factories.

Question 32:
The labor source in Vietnam has been decreasing dramatically because of the industrial booming. This depletion of the worker number causes employers to encounter huge difficulties in productivity.

Question 33:
The government has invested a lot in nationwide constructing more hydropower plants to generate enough electricity for the high demand.

Question 34:
In European, people are replacing the diesel-driven vehicles with more environmental-friendly ones.

Question 35:
Efforts were made to throw the waste away from cities because they cause solid waste pollution

Question 36:
Carbon dioxide included in the greenhouse gas is one of the key substance causing the greenhouse effect.

Question 37:
Sulphur dioxideis a gas that has a strong, unpleasant smell and dissolves in water. It is used in various industrial processes, and can cause air pollution.

Question 38:
Petroleum gas is liquefiedinto liquids to provide you higher heating value, allowing you to heat your home at a lower price.

Question 39:
We have been contaminating the underground water source with burying rubbish into soils.

Question 40:
Cancers, cardiovascular problems are serious diseases from which human beings suffer due to the environment degradation.

Question 41:
Cardiovascular diseases are considered to be a killing knife that can kill patients anytime because your heart is always threatened.

Question 42:
Surroundings are the area around a given physical or geographical point or place.

Question 43:
Reefs, sea turtles are some ocean creatures being seriously endangered for human’s exploration activities in the sea.

Question 44:
Coal will be used up in the near future with such a current vast exploration.

Question 45:
Diesel is a fuel containing a large quantity of sulfur that is extremely dangerous to the environment. That is the reason why it is necessary to be replaced with other fuels

Question 46:
Developed countries are making much efforts to find solutions to overcome the global pollution that is the result of the unsustainable industrializations.

Question 47:
All of Mù Cang Chải Stadium was submerged by more than one metre of mud, soil.

Question 48:
All the manmade and natural causes of the deforestation make forests disappeared, which leads to droughts, floods and other natural disasters.

Question 49:
Serious injuries have a catastrophic effect on the injured person and their family. They can be life threatening but in all cases they result in a permanent change to someone’s quality of life.

Question 50:
Although lightning is essential to life as it helps to maintain our planet's electric field, the phenomenon nevertheless remains dangerous.

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