colleagues brains practice Reorder Paragraphs 25
The text boxes below have been placed in a random order. Restore the original order by rearranging the text boxes in the correct sequence.
1. Colleagues brains
|a) They collected the results from 116 studies, 22 of which looked at structural changes in the brain and 100 of which looked at changes in brain functionality and or behavior
b) Palaus and his colleagues wanted to see if any trends had emerged from the research to date concerning how videos games affect the structure and activity of our brains.
c) For example, playing video games affects our attention, and some studies found that game shows improvements in several types of attention, such as sustained attention or selective attention.
d) The studies show that playing video games can change how our brains perform, and even their structure.
|Answers: b a d c|
2. colloquial expressions
|a) Many think the best way to make foreigners understand is to be chatty and informal.
b) Anyone wanting to get to the top of international business, medicine or academic needs to be able to speak English to a pretty high level.
c) This may seem friendly but, as it probably involves using colloquial expressions, it makes comprehension harder.
d) Equally any native English speaker wanting to deal with these new high achievers needs to know how to talk without baffling them.
e) Because so many English – speakers today are monoglots, they have little idea how difficult it is to master another language.
|Answers: b d e a c|
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3. awakened temblor
|a) But when calculating destruction, the earthquake took second place to the great fire that followed.
b) The fire lasting four days, most likely started with broken gas lines and, in some cases, was helped along by people hoping to collect insurance for their property they were covered for fire, but not earthquake, damage.
c) At 5:12 am on April 18, 1906 the people of San Francisco were awakened by an earthquake that would devastate the city.
d) The main temblor having a 7.7-7.9 magnitude, lasted about one minute and was the result of the rupturing of the northernmost 296 miles of the mile San Andreas fault.
|Answers: c d a b|