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Study the Given Notes and Complete the Paragraph that Follows by Filling in the Blanks. - English - Communicative

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Study the given notes and complete the paragraph that follows by filling in the blanks.

Mobile phones — emit electromagneticfield — prolonged exposure — researchneeded — brain illness — cancer memoryloss — evidence — likely to cause — healthscares — press reports — people worryneedlessly.

Think about it. Every time you use a mobile phone, (a)_____________ head to electromagnetic emission. Manufacturers (b)___________to prove there is no risk (c)_____________ . Some evidence, so far suggests that mobile phone emissions (d)_________ . These health scares (e)______ . So, people worry needlessly.

(a) (i) he exposes his
(ii) one exposes his
(iii) one exposes one’s

(b) (i) needed
(ii) are needed
(iii) have needed
(iv) need

(c) (i) in brain cancer or memory loss
(ii) from brain cancer or memory loss
(iii) with brain cancer or memory loss
(iv) of brain cancer or memory loss

(d) (i) are likely to cause illness
(ii) are likely for causing illness
(iii) is likely in causing illness
(v) is likely to cause illness

(e) (i) is base on press reports
(ii) have been based on press reports
(iii) are based on press reports
(iv) are being based on press reports

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Solution

Think about it. Every time you use a mobile phone, (a)  you expose your head to electromagnetic emission. Manufacturers (b) need to prove there is no risk (c) of brain cancer or memory loss . Some evidence, so far suggests that mobile phone emissions (d) are likely to cause illness . These health scares (e) are based on press reports . So, people worry needlessly.

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CBSE Class 9 English Communicative - Workbook Interact in English
Chapter 1.2 Integrative Grammar Practice 1
Exercise | Q 1 | Page 18
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