to help the poor
to solve someone's problem
to reveal secrets
to throw somebody out of the house
to do with
rarely eats animal products
sometimes eats eggs
never eats any animal products
never eats protein
you didn't attend
didn't you attend
you didn't attend to
you didn't go
in case of
I can make about it
I can do about it.
can I do about it
I can't do about it
although, so that
even if, otherwise
so that, or
If a hypothesis
That a hypothesis
The situation may not improve
The situation don't improve
The situation doesn't improve
The situation isn't improve
have been written
Smartphones will lose their popularity someday.
Smartphones will lose their popularity sometime.
Smartphones will lose their popularity once upon a time.
Once upon a time smartphones will lose their popularity.
He used the phrase you know so often that I finally said , No I don't know.
He used the phrase
He used the phrase you know so often that I finally said ,
He used the phrase
Question 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30 are based on the following reading.
Ageing is a normal process of human development that takes place on several levels: biological, psychological and social although it is not certain what causes ageing, most gerontologists would agree that ageing is the result of a combination of both internal and external processes. The "wear-and-tear theory" compares the human body to a machine that over time wears down from use. According to this theory, bodily systems receive cumulative damage from both external forces, such as toxins, released as a result of metabolism. Cells become damaged and increasingly fail to reproduce or repair themselves. They die off in larger numbers as we age. the "combination theory" explains that influences such as stress and diet, each person is born with a genetically predetermined life expectancy that cannot be exceeded This interaction of external factors and internal programming would account for individual variations in the life span. The mystery surrounding why we age is still a topic of numerous ongoing studies. Perhaps, one day we will truly know why we age.
researchers who look into the mental states of human beings .
people who study old age.
nutritionists who study the impacts of food on our health .
scientists who study the physiological processes of human organs .
the process of ageing .
the extract of toxic elements form our body .
the intake of toxic elements through our body .
the chemical processes that occur within a living organism to maintain life .
biological and social consequences
psychological and biological consequences
psychological and social consequences
biological , mental and social consequences