* Date Of Newspaper: 09-05-2010.
* Title Of Article: Pakistan’s flooded farms unable to be swon.
* Author Of Article: Ravi Nessman.
* Country: Pakistan.
a. Abid Hussein fears the deep floodwaters that destroyed his cotton crop, rotted his wheat seeds.
b. His 1.5-acre (0.6 hectare) farm stilllies under 3 feet (0.9 meters) of water.
c. He is certain it will not drain in time.
d. Farmers in the flood areas won’t be able to plant wheat for another year.
e. The Flooding thatswamped as much as one-fifth of the country destroyed 3.6 million hectares (8.9 million acres) of maize, rise, sugar, sugar cane and cotton crops.
A. Location: Latitude 30°00NLongitude 70°00E. is located to the west of India, to the east of Iran, Pakistan also have China at Northeast.
B. Places: Pakistan counts with mountains, beaches, Rivers (most of them come fromIndia), also have deserts, highlands and plains. This country has the Four-Seasons (winter, spring, summer, and fall). Actually there is deep flood water in Pakistan. The religions are divided inChristians, Hinduism and Islam at the most. The architecture in Pakistan includes 2 types of different structures build in different time period their names are Islamic and Buddhist. The traditionalclothing of this country is The kameez wich is a long tunic and is used by men and women. In Pakistan Fridays are holydays and everything is closed, the really respect their religion, families are large withan standard of 6 children, old people are considerate wise and they are treated as royalty.
C. Human-Enviromental Interaction: They mostly build in plains, but in the past they were able toconstruct inside valleys, and also in peaks. In winter they use the kameez but whit thicker fabrics. People cultivate maize, rice, sugar cane, and cotton crops. The economy of Pakistan is sustained by...