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IMPACTS on society. Available at: <https://www.globalchange.gov/climate-change/impacts-society>. Accessed on: 28 Aug. 2018.
infrastructure damage 
harm to fishing communities 
 
health problems 
issues with food security, 
transportation and energy 
wildfires 
sea level rise 
floods and erosion Environmental
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Challenge yourself 
 1. Label the following natural phenomena.
 2. Match the sentence halves to make predictions about the unlikely future situations.
a) If we didn’t study science,
b) Governments wouldn’t reduce carbon 
emissions
c) People would use clean energy
d) If public transport were better,
e) If I were the president,
( e ) polluting industries would be heavily taxed.
( b ) if the situation weren’t so alarming.
( a ) we wouldn’t know how hurricanes happen.
( d ) people wouldn’t drive their cars 
everywhere.
( c ) if it were cheaper.
 3. Complete these hypothetical sentences using the verbs in parentheses in the second conditional.
a) What would you do if there weren’t any buses? (do/not there be)
b) If the traffic weren’t so bad, I would ride my bike everywhere. (not be/ride)
c) People would reduce their carbon footprint if they were aware of its amount 
per year. (reduce/be)
d) Would you turn your gadgets off if you weren’t so dependent on 
them? (turn off/be)
e) If companies invested in clean fuels, emissions would be greener. (invest/be)
 4. Unscramble the sentences to write predictions.
a) will – this – certainly – it – winter – snow 
It will certainly snow this winter.
b) probably – weekend – next – will – cloudy – be
Next weekend will probably be cloudy.
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c) maybe – devastate – hurricanes – the – this – coast – won’t – year
Maybe hurricanes won’t devastate the coast this year.
d) summer – warmer – will – this – definitely – be – than – the – one – last
This summer will definitely be warmer than the last one.
e) year – my hometown – won’t – face – probably – droughts – this
My hometown probably won’t face droughts this year.
 5. Rewrite the following sentences to include an adverb of certainty.
a) Global warming / keep increasing if people don’t reduce their emissions. (very likely)
Global warming will certainly keep increasing if people don’t reduce their emissions.
b) Governments / not change their views very fast. (somewhat likely)
Governments probably won’t change their views very fast.
c) Industries / realize they have to improve their sustainable development. (less likely)
Maybe industries will realize they have to improve their sustainable development.
6. Complete the sentences with words from the box.
be perhaps probably will would
a) Greenhouse gases probably will not leave the Earth fast.
b) Perhaps we will be better prepared for natural disasters in the near future. 
c) If electric cars were cheaper, more people would probably buy them.
d) This summer will be sunny and warm in the west coast.
e) I’m not sure, but I will probably study climate change at college.
 7. What are the missing vowels of these parts of the body?
a) m o u th
b) e a rs
c) st o m a ch
d) thr o a t
e) l u ng
f) n o s e 
g) k i dn e y
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 8. Cross the odd one out.
a) neck stomach kidney liver
b) sunny storm rainy cloudy
c) carbon footprint greenhouse gases blizzard human emissions
d) eyes ears nose lung
e) hurricane blizzard warm earthquake
Answers will vary. Suggested answers:
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Supplementary material
Page 4 – Food race
Fat, oil, and 
sugar
Dairy Protein Vegetables Fruit Grains 
(cereal)
peanuts soda spaghetti
bananas salmon tomatoes
orange juice mozzarella cheese apple juice
crackers soybeans cookies
apples lettuce pizza
chocolate cake butter strawberry yogurt
cornflakes carrots hot dogs
fried eggs roast beef pork chops
broccoli grapes fried chicken
wholegrain bread vegetable soup Parmesan cheese
Page 26 – How green are you? – Answer key
 1. C + 1
 2. B + 1
 3. B, C or D + 1
 4. A + 1
 5. C + 1
 6. C + 1
 7. B or D + 1
 8. A + 1
 9. A + 1
10. C + 1
Score
8-10 points: You’re a green champion!
4-7 points: You’ve made a good start!
0-3 points: Green? What color is that?
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Supplementary material
Page 24 – Hypothetical situations
It rains for a whole month. You meet a celebrity. The moon disappears.
You can get any pet 
you want.
All cell phones 
stop working.
You meet your 
favorite singer.
It snows all over Brazil.
You get 1 000 reais to spend 
by yourself.
A volcano erupts in 
Rio de Janeiro.
You are lost in a jungle. All birds disappear. You can’t sleep anymore.
Everybody in your city falls 
asleep at once.
You wake up in a 
desert island.
There are no 
buses anymore.
You get three wishes 
from a genie.
It’s summer all the time. You are the president.
 Língua Inglesa 3

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