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the behaviors mentioned to exemplify each symptom.
a) Food rituals:
( X ) cutting food into very small pieces 
( ) eating very fast, with no chewing
b) Unhealthy exercise habits:
( ) exercising more than once a day
( X ) exercising even when you’re injured 
c) Dangerous dieting or clean eating, for example:
( X ) eliminating entire food groups
( ) binge eating carbs and dairy
d) Large quantities of disappearing food:
( X ) hiding empty containers out of shame
( ) hoarding full containers of food
 4. Discuss with a partner:
a) How do you think people can fight eating disorders?
b) In your opinion, what can help you feel good with your self-image?
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[...] STARS WHO BATTLED EATING DISORDERS – 
AND CAME OUT STRONGER
ZAYN MALIK
Malik said the intensity of his jam-packed schedule at the height of One Direction’s popularity 
led him to skip multiple meals in a row, sometimes for multiple days. [...] “I’d just go for days — 
sometimes two or three days straight — without eating anything at all. It got quite serious, 
although at the time I didn’t recognize it for what it was.”
PEARL, Diana. 21 stars who battled eating disorders – and came out stronger. Available at: <https://people.com/health/celebrities-who-had-eating-
disorders/>. Accessed on: 22 Aug. 2018.
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Challenge yourself 
 1. Match each food item to its corresponding group.
a) Fruit b) Grains (cereal) c) Dairy d) Vegetables e) Protein
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Bean soup $5
Tomato salad $6
Salmon and potatoes $30
Bolognese pasta $25
Small burger $10
Kids’ pasta $8
Chicken burger $15
French fries $8
Key lime pie $7
Ice cream $4
Juice $2.50
Soft drink $3
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 3. Choose the correct option to complete the following conversation.
Starters Snacks 
Main courses Desserts 
Kid friendly Drinks 
Waiter: Excuse me, are you ready to order / ask?
Customer: Sorry, I haven’t even looked / seen at the menu yet.
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Customer: Waiter, please!
Server: Will / Would you like to order?
Customer: Yes, please. I will have / like a mozzarella pizza.
Server: Something / Anything else?
Customer: I’d / ’ll like a soda. That’s all.
 4. Reorder the sentences in the restaurant conversation.
( 9 ) Bob: The same for me. Two bottles, please.
( 2 ) Bob: Thanks. We’re ready to order. 
( 4 ) Bob: I’ll have the chicken salad and then the 
broccoli risotto. 
( 6 ) Nina: I’d like the spring salad and the cheese 
pasta, please. 
( 8 ) Nina: Can I have a bottle of sparkling water?
( 1 ) Waiter: Hello, welcome to Alfredo’s. Here 
are the menus.
( 5 ) Waiter: All right. And for you, madam?
( 10 ) Waiter: OK. I’ll be back in a minute. 
( 3 ) Waiter: Great. What would you like, sir?
( 7 ) Waiter: Sure. Anything to drink?
( b ) bread
( d ) carrot
( c ) cheese
( b ) cornflakes
( b ) crackers
( d ) cucumber
( e ) egg
( d ) eggplant
( e ) fish
( e ) meat
( c ) milk
( b ) pasta
( a ) papaya
( a ) peach
( a ) pineapple
( d ) potato
( e ) poultry
( b ) rice
( a ) watermelon
( c ) yogurt
 2. Label the menu parts.
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 5. Complete the sentences using prefer to or rather (than).
a) Rather than drinking regular milk, Sophia usually has soy milk or almond milk.
b) We prefer to eat dairy products in the morning.
c) Sonia prefers to skip her afternoon break to have time for a nice dinner.
d) Antony eats seafood rather than meat because he follows a Japanese diet.
e) I’d rather order food than go to a restaurant tonight.
 6. Check the information in the chart about a family’s meals. Then, complete the sentences about what 
they like better using prefer or rather.
Likes So-so Dislikes
big breakfast X
morning snack break X
brunch X
lunch X
afternoon snack break X
dinner X
a) The family prefers to have a big breakfast in the morning.
b) Rather than having brunch, the family always has lunch together.
c) The family prefers to have a snack break in the morning.
d) The family would rather have three or four meals than snack several times a day.
 7. Look for ten brain foods in the word search.
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R O O B R O C C O L I T G A O
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1. Do you ever worry about the future of the planet? Why?
2. In your opinion, what will human life be like in 10 years? What about in 100 years? 
3. What can you personally do to contribute to a better tomorrow?
A better tomorrow
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Goals
Do you think about your future? What about the future of the planet? In this chapter, 
we are going to discuss about the weather and the impact of climate change on the 
environment and on social development. You are also going to learn how to talk about 
predictions. It’s time to think about what we can do to contribute to a better tomorrow.
 1. Brainstorm with a classmate different types of weather. How many can you remember in a minute or two?
Answers will vary. Suggested answers: sunny, cloudy, rainy, windy, cold, hot, freezing, etc.
 2. How about extreme weather and natural disasters? Unscramble the letters to label each photo. 
AQUERTHEKA
 earthquake 
DOLOF
 flood 
NHURARECI
 hurricane 
ZARZIBDL
 blizzard 
MROST
 storm 
 3. Answer the following questions in pairs:
a) What’s the typical weather in your city in each season?
b) Do you know if the weather patterns in your region have changed over time?
c) Have you ever witnessed any natural disaster? Are they usual in your area?
 4. Check the following map and complete the name of some extreme events with the missing vowels.
Source: NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION. Available at: <http://www.noaa.gov/media-release/new-report-
finds-human-caused-climate-change-increased-severity-of-many-extreme-events>. Accessed on: 27 Aug. 2018. Adapted. 
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 5. Answer the questions in pairs:
a) What are the most common extreme events shown in the map? 
Drought and heat. 
b) Do you know why that is? 
Answers will vary. Suggested answer: Because global warming has caused a gradual heating of Earth’s surface.
c) What extreme weather event is indicated over Brazil? 
Drought.
d) Do you remember any news about other extreme weather events in the country? List them.
Answers will vary.
Reading time
 1. What do the following expressions mean? How are they connected? Discuss in pairs.
a) climate change 
b) global warming 
c) human emissions 
d) greenhouse effect 
e) carbon footprint
f) deforestation
 2. Now, label the following diagram with some of the expressions from activity 1.
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global warming
greenhouse effect
human emissions/carbon footprint
deforestation
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greenhouse effectg

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