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  1. Chapter 3: Living to Eat, or Eating to Live?

  2. Exercise 5 (page 46): 1- E 2- C 3- D 4- B 5- A

  3. Exercise 6 (page 46): 1- The word diet has two basic definitions – “usual food choices” and “an eating plan.” (Paragraph A). √

  4. Exercise 6 (page 46): 2- Fast food has very little variety around the world. It is always hamburgers, hot dogs, and fried chicken. But the atmosphere of fast-food chains varies a lot in different countries. (Paragraph B). X

  5. Exercise 6 (page 46): 2- Fast food has very littlemuch variety around the world. It is alwaysincludes hamburgers, hot dogs, and fried chicken. ButThe atmosphere of fast-food chains varies a lot is similar in different countries. (Paragraph B).

  6. Exercise 6 (page 46): 3- Individual choices about food and eating are more often based on history, tradition, and culture than on habits, convenience, cost, and beliefs about health and beauty. (paragraph C) X

  7. Exercise 6 (page 46): 3- Individual choices about food and eating are more often based on history, tradition, and culture,than on habits, convenience, cost, and beliefs about health and beauty. (paragraph C)

  8. Exercise 6 (page 46): 4- The Typical Mexican and Japanese diets are based on religious law. Some religious people choose foods according to their country’s history and tradition. (Paragraph D). X

  9. Exercise 6 (page 46): 4- The Typical Mexican and Japanese diets are based on religious lawhistory and location. Some religious people choose foods according to their country’s history and tradition. (Paragraph D).

  10. Exercise 6 (page 46): 5- Not many meals around the world include the basic necessary food elements. Almost all families grow their own food, so the global diet is becoming less and less varied. (Paragraph E) X

  11. Exercise 6 (page 46): 5- Not manyMore and more meals around the world include the basic necessary food elements. Almost allOnly a few families grow their own food, so . The global diet is becoming less and lessmore and more varied. (Paragraph E)

  12. Exericse 7 (page 47) 1- a 2- c 3- d 4- b 5- d

  13. Examples of nutrients are carbohydrates, clacium, proteien, vitamins, … etc.

  14. The Second Article

  15. Guessing Game • Put each card on the right bowel

  16. Lentil legumes rice Pecan Walnut Nuts

  17. Lentil legumes rice Pecan Nuts Walnut