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Lecturas y Cuestionario para la Actividad de Aprendizaje 3.
Subraya la respuesta correcta.
Q: How much has the patient eaten today?
Just a little
A big breakfast
Q: Why is the patient not eating?
He has no appetite.
He feels sick to his stomach.
He's been vomiting.
Q: Has the patient had any other symptoms besides feeling sick to his stomach?
Yes, vomiting and diarrhea
No,only feeling nauseous
Yes, he's getting some chills
Q: Which request does the patient not make?
A cup of tea
An extra blanket
An extra pillow
Q: What shift will Alice be working for the next few days?
The night shift
The day shift
No shift, she'll be on vacation.

Por favor subraya del siguiente texto el verbo to be:
Personal pronouns:  I, you, he, she, it, we, they
Possessive pronouns:mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs.

You have health, you have everything
Hannah’s daddy is a teacher who barely makes enough money to raise his six kids. Hannah wears hand-me-downs from her older sisters. For Christmas she usually gets used dolls and books. As a child, she yearns to have the beautiful clothes, cars, and homes that she often sees on TV and in magazines.
She is part-ownerof a successful interior decorating business in Manhattan. Her life is what she dreamed about as a little girl. A successful business woman, she has a handsome, wealthy fiancé. She owns her own co-op near Central Park. She takes skiing vacations in the winter and exotic cruises in the summer. Now that she is 30 she is on top of the world.
Then she has a routine health checkup, and her perfectworld crumbles. Her doctor tells her that she has pancreatic cancer. Surgery is necessary to determine how much the cancer spreads. Hannah is operated a week later. The surgeon suspects that cancer spreads to vital organs. Ten days later, the lab confirms his suspicions.
Hannah’s doctor says he can treat her with chemotherapy and painkillers, but it is just a matter of time before the cancer killsher. She asks how much time she has. He guesses that she has less than a year to live. How can this be, Hannah wonders. Doesn’t this always happen to someone else?
A couple of weeks later, she visits another cancer specialist. He examines her and reads her medical and lab reports. He says he agrees with her surgeon. “If you have any once-in-a-lifetime plans, do them now,” he advises.
Instead,Hannah spends her last months in her co-op, hospice workers take care of her. Her family and friends visit her regularly. The moment before she dies, she opens her eyes and tries to say something to her fiancé. She squeezes his hand weakly.
“She is in constant pain,” her fiancé says. “At the end, she can barely whisper. She weighs 80 pounds when she dies. I can’t believe that God allows thingslike this to happen to people.”
La acción y el efecto de introducir materias, o formas de energía, o inducir condiciones en el agua que, de modo directo o indirecto, impliquen una alteración perjudicial de su calidad en relación con los usos posteriores o con su función ecológica.

La contaminación del agua puede estarproducida por: 1. Compuestos minerales: pueden ser sustancias tóxicas como los metales pesados (plomo, mercurio, etc.), nitratos, nitritos. Otros elementos afectan a las propiedades organolépticas (olor, color y sabor) del agua que son el cobre, el hierro, etc. Otros producen el desarrollo de las algas y la eutrofización (disminución de la cantidad de O2 disuelto en el agua) como el fósforo.  2.Compuestos orgánicos (fenoles, hidrocarburos, detergentes, etc.) Producen también eutrofización del agua debido a una disminución de la concentración de oxigeno, ya que permite el desarrollo de los seres vivos y éstos consumen O2. . 3. La contaminación microbiológica se produce principalmente por la presencia de fenoles, bacterias, virus, protozoos, algas unicelulares  4. La contaminación...