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~ It takes minutes for the poison to penetrate the skin.

| 15+

| 20

| 25

| 30

| 35

~ Persons who contact with the plant may affected.

| come into+

| go to

| get for

| damage of

| depend on

~ It is necessary to the poison quickly and thoroughly

| wash out+

| clean up

| get for

| damage of

| depend on

~ Some corrosive poisons destroy tissue byit.

| oxidizing+

| poisoning

| evaporating

| washing

| depending

~ The toxic characteristics of poisoning are usually due tosubstances.

| four +

| two

| three

| five

| six

~ Some plants corrosive poisons.

| contain+

| damage

| affect

| intake

| loose

~ The human body is a system of chemical compounds.

| complex+

| simple

| poor

| single

| mutagenic

~ Life is dependent upon many elements.

| different+

| simple

| poor

| single

| mutagenic

~ The body has many mechanisms to its intake of materials.

| regulate+

| lead

| allow

| appear

| undergo

~ When amount of elements occur in the body toxic reactions can be expected.

| an excessive+

| an important

| a simple

| a little

| a few

~ There is limit to the amount of any compound which the body can accumulate.

| an upper+

| a lower

| a bigger

| a faster

| a slower

~ We usually the term toxic substance to the chemicals.

| limit+

| increase

| raise

| inhibit

| reduce

~ Chemicals, presenting small amounts, the biochemical functions of the body.

| affect+

| improve

| help

| enlarge

| increase

~ Lethal doses are milligrams weight of the subject

| mg of substance per kg+

| mg of substance per g

| kg per mg

| g per mg

| g per kg

~ CN is generally to humans in doses of of body weight

| fatal+

| alive

| good

| normal

| effective

~ Less toxic substances and the probable lethal doses for an average person is morphine.

| 1 mg per kg+

| 0.1 mg per kg

| 0.2 mg per kg

| 0.3 mg per kg

| 0.4 mg per kg

~ Less toxic substances and the probable lethal doses for an average person is aspirin

| 50-500 mg per kg+

| 20-200 mg per kg

| 30-300 mg per kg

| 40-400 mg per kg

| 10-100 mg per kg

~ Less toxic substances and the probable lethal doses for an average person is methyl alcohol

| 05-5 g per kg+

| 01-1g per kg

| 02-2 g per kg

| 03-331 g per kg

| 04-4 g per kg

~ Less toxic substances and the probable lethal doses for an average person is ethyl alcohol.

| 5-15 g per kg+

| 4-14 g per kg

| 3-13 g per kg

| 2-12 g per kg

| 1-11 g per kg

~ Toxic substances can be classified into several categories according to the on the body

| effect+

| intake

| define

| regulate

| use

~ There is a variety of ways on which toxic substances may act

| wide+

| narrow

| little

| few

| simple

~ Action of toxic substances can not be classified as

| effective+

| corrosive

| metabolic

| neurotoxic

| mutagenic

~ There are types of poisoning



| two+

| three

| four

| five

| six

~ poisoning occurs when the dose is sufficient to cause moderate persistent symptoms

| chronic +

| acute

| moderate

| mild

| subacute

~ poisoning caused by a large dose of toxic substance

| Acute+

| Chronic

| Moderate

| Mild

| Subacute

~ Toxic substances that react locally on tissue are poisons.

| corrosive+

| metabolic

| carcinogenic

| mutagenic

| neutrogenic

~ Death results after intake of 1 ounce of concentrated sulphuric acid.

| 28,3gr.+

| 20,3gr.

| 18,3gr.

| 15,3gr.

| 10,8gr.

~ Hydrochloric acid are very dangerous poisons.

| corrosive+

| mutagenic

| carcinogenic

| metabolic

| neurotoxic

~ Toxic substances first cellular structures.

| dehydrate+

| hydrate

| oxidate

| nitrate

| denitrate

~ Put prepositions into the gaps:

I agree playing darts.

| with+

| to

| on

| in

| up

~ Put prepositions into the gaps:

They apologize being late.

| for+

| with

| upon

| to

| on

~ Put prepositions into the gaps:

She doesn't believe getting lost in the wood.

| in+

| on

| above

| to

| under

~ Put prepositions into the gaps:

Do you concentrate reading or writing?

| on+

| with

| upon

| to

| in

~ Put prepositions into the gaps:

I wanted to congratulate you making such a good speech.

| on+

| with

| upon

| to

| in

~ Put prepositions into the gaps:

Success may depend becoming more patient.

| on+

| above

| upon

| to

| in

~ Find the reported speech.

| She said she was teaching English online.+

| She said: It's cold.

| "I might go to the cinema", he said.

| She said: What shall we learn today?

| Her sister said, Ive been teaching English for seven years.

~ Change the given indirect speech into direct.

She said I've been on the web since 1999.

| She said she had been on the web since 1999.+

| She said she is been on the web since 1999.

| She said she been on the web since 1999.

| She said she have on the web since 1999.

| She said she has been being on the web since 1999.

~ Change the given indirect speech into direct.

She said she could teach English online

| She said: I can teach English online.+

| She say: I can teach English online.

| She said: I could teach English online.

| She says: She can teach English online

| She said: She is teach English online.

~ Find the right variants of Conditional 2

| If she had a hamster, she would call him Fred.

| If we meet him tomorrow, we'll say hello.

| I will prepare breakfast if I wake up early.

| If it rains, the roads get slippery and dangerous.

| If I work hard, Ill finish writing my new book on time.

~ Find the right variants of Conditional 3.

| If I had been more careful, I wouldnt have made such a big mistake.

| I will prepare breakfast if I wake up early.

| If we meet him tomorrow, we'll say hello.

| If we work hard, well finish the project on time.

| If it rains, the roads get slippery and dangerous.

~ Find the right variant of Conditional 3

| If I had won money, I would have bought a new car.

| If we meet him tomorrow, we'll say hello.

| I will prepare breakfast if I wake up early.

| If she has a hamster, she will call him Fred.

| If it rains, the roads get slippery and dangerous.

~ Find the right variant of Conditional 1.

| If it rains, the roads get slippery and dangerous.

| If I hadn't studied, I would pass the exam.

| We'd be stupid if we told him about our secret.

| If she had a hamster, she would call him Fred.

| If I did not lose my money, I would buy a dress.

~ Find the verb which is followed by infinitive and gerund.

| forget+

| hope

| learn

|mean

|manage

~ Find the sentence with the gerund

| I enjoy listening to music.+

| I called every morning to see if there was any news.
| We stopped to have a smoke.
| He came here to speak to me, not to you.
| To explain the problem he drew diagrams all over the blackboard.

~ Find the missed word.

Have you finished ... your hair yet?

| washing+

| removing

| to cut

| to take

| to do

| to make

~ Find the grammatically right sentence.

| The car was waiting at the door to take them to the station.+
| The door was waiting at the car to take them to the station.

| The car was waiting at the door to take them to the station.

| The car was waiting at the to door to the station take them.

| The car was waiting them to the station at the door to take.

| The car was waiting at the to door to the station take them.


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