An economical incubator is proposed by a US engineering company for poor countries that have financial difficulty to purchase and operate ordinary high-cost incubators.
2. Read & Write-2 Unit 10 Global Health Write a Defining Paragraph
- Grammar: Adverbs of Manner and Degree
- Adverbs of Manner -> A: Check the position/order of the verb/aux.verb and adverb.
- Adverbs of Degree-> Tip for Success: very/really are useful but too general. Use more specific adv.
-> B: Complete the sentences
- Writing Skill: Writing a Defining Paragraph
->A. Read the Defining Par.-> Answer the questions-> Identify the subject and role of each sentence.
A pandemic is … An epidemic can …
For example, in 2003 … The avian flu and the swine flu … In 2009, a new type … A month later …
A pandemic can … However, a pandemic is …
=> B. Write a Topic Sentence for a Defining Paragraph for the topics. <= Use Eng-Eng Dic.
1. A common cold is an illness that affects the nose and/or throat, making the person cough, sneeze
2. The flu is an infectious disease like a very bad cold that causes fever, pains and weakness.
3. Asthma is a medical condition of the chest that makes breathing difficult.
4. An online simulation game is a type of online game that the players attempts to copy various activities from real life for various purposes such as training, analysis, or prediction. (from Wiki)
3. Inside Reading-2 Unit 3 Reading-2 ID Fraud
- Study Words/Expressions: [P1] false identity (falsify-falsification) [P2] Dic vulnerable-vulnerability (open to attack or temptation, exposed, weak): ~ to attack/illness/abuse/corruption, ~ position/person
[P3] scheme (course of action, plot, arrangement, plan, system) Dic anonymity-anonymous (name is unknown/withheld) undisclosed, unidentified; ~ letter, author serve the same purpose
[P4] hologram [a:/ou] (a special type of picture in which the objects look 3D) magnetic stripe encode-decode, fake-faker [P5] agent (a person who represents an org/group) officer, representative - agency (organization, company, bureau) raid (V, N, sudden surprise attack, assault) The police ~d the house, a police/air ~ pass on (to sb) (to give wth to sb else) ~ the book on to me when you’ve finished with it. I’ll ~ your message on to sb. [P6] stage (to plan/organize/carry out an activity; arrange, orchestrate, organize) ~ a strike/show insurance policy [P8] valid-validity-validation