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Pre,while and post reading

Activity 1

1. B
2. A
3. D

Activity 2

a. Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant of the methylxanthine class.

b. High Intake of caffeine can cause the heart to beat fast, irritability, insomnia, tremulousness,
depression, headaches, and peptic ulcers. Some doctors agree that caffeine intoxication may
lead to physical and mental conditions including nervousness, irritability, anxiety, insomnia
headaches among others.
c. Caffeine is a central nervous system and metabolic stimulant and it is used both recreationally
and medically to reduce physical fatigue and restore mental alertness when unusual weakness
or drowsiness occurs.
d. After consuming 400 mg of caffeine complete tolerance to sleep disruption will occurs. Through
this mental conditions including nervousness, irritability, anxiety, insomnia would been

Activity 3

1. Anxiety stimulant
2. Sleep disorder
3. Central nervous system
4. Energy headaches
5. Raises the temperature in the body
6. Helps migraine
7. Some medication may contain
Add others: Helps a person to start the day better.

Activity 4

a. Caffeine acts as a central nervous system stimulant. When it reaches your brain, the most
noticeable effect is alertness. You'll feel more awake and less tired.
b. May cause insomnia and mental problems.
c. Can boost a person’s energy.
d. One or none.
e. The one whom consumes at least 3 cups of coffee a day.

Activity 5
1. F
2. F
3. F
4. T
5. T
6. F
7. T
8. T

Activity 6

a. 6
b. 2
c. 5
d. 3
e. 8
f. 4
g. 1

Activity 7

The reading above justifies the definition of caffeine and the effects that caffeine intoxication can lead to.
It also discusses about the effects on body’s metabolism by consuming caffeine. The reading discloses
some side effects from too much of caffeine consumption with some relevant examples. Lastly, the
reading also has stated who should avoid or limit caffeine and what are withdrawal of caffeine.

Activity 8

1. Frozen Yogurt
2. 30 - 45 milligram

Activity 9

One cup of coffee before practise might boost the energy level and during practice a kid may sweat and
it will neutralize the effects. If a kid consumes more caffeine might leads to serious problem.

Summary and Main Idea Worksheet 2

1) Title: The Mysterious Origin of the Word Ninja


The word ninja has mysterious origins, but it probably derived from the word shinobi-no-mono,

which looks nothing like ninja in English but is very similar in kanji.

2) Title: The Scabbard: More Than Just a Sheath


The Katana was a powerful fighting sword, but the scabbard had additional uses as a climbing tool, a
probing tool and a binding weapon.

3) The Myth of the Ninja


People think that ninjas had superpowers because ninjas have been portrayed this way in art and media.
With few historical records to correct these misconceptions, the myths prevail.

4) Disguised is the New Black: How Ninjas Really Dressed


Ninjas probably did not actually wear black suits as they are popularly depicted. It is likely they wore
more advantageous disguises such as farmer, fortune-teller, merchant or monk.

Paraphrasing Exercise

Activity 1
1. B
2. C
3. C
4. B
5. B

Activity 2

1. According to a local newspaper, 75% of all homeless folks do not prefer homeless shelters and
wish to live as they are now.
2. Ronny’s aunt found difficult to believe as Ronny told that he’d been attacked by a bear.
3. Anyone who has ever driven through the Mojave Desert knows that a supply of extra water
should always be brought.
4. Out of 138 million acres of land owned by Native Americans in 1887, by 1932 whites took 90
million acres.
5. Board of trustees immediately approved a woman whom was nominated by the president to
head of the department.

Activity 3

1. College students were the first group of students that primarily need Internet for most of their
2. Chinese speculators buy sell property's prices are currently on the upswing.
3. Researchers believe they have found a strong connection between the negative computer and
the internet including drunkenness and unprotected sex.
4. Drug resistance remains a major concern in the fight against HIV infection, but the solution
could be a different approach to drug development.
5. The report said that over three-fourths of the total cities surveyed had inadequate sewage
treatment, and 178 had no sewage treatment plants at all. In addition, 130 cities had no garbage
disposal plants, and indeed, almost 80 percent of household garbage was not treated according
to standards. Shanxi Province, China’s leading coal-producing area, lead the most polluted list
with 16 cities while Beijing and Shanghai escaped the list entirely.