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QUESTIONS - READ THISFIRST
Click on the Audio Buttons to hear the two talks.
Click on the boxes below each questions to enter youranswers.
Questions 1 - 8
You will hear a short talk about smoking. Fill in the missingstatistics in the column to the right of the questions. The firstone has been done for you as an example.
(Click on the Audio Button to hear the first part ofthe talk.)
Ex. The estimated number of regular smokers worldwide
Q1. The number of smokers who say they wish to quit smoking
Q2. The number of cigarettes per day to maintain a minimumlevel of nicotine in the blood
Q3. The approximate number of people per year who die in the U.S.as a result of smoking
Q4. The number of people per year who die in the U.S. as aresult of car accidents
Q5. The number of years that tobacco smoke has been recognisedas dangerous
Q6. The number of substances considered more seriouslyaddictive than nicotine
Q7. The percentage of smokers who consider smoking to bepleasurable
Q8. The amount of nicotine inhaled which reaches the brainafter 7 seconds of smoking
Questions 9- 16
Listen to the second part of the talk and answer T (forTrue), F (for False) or N for Not Mentioned in thecolumn on the right. The first one has been done for you as anexample.
(Click on the Audio Button to hear the second part ofthe talk.)
Ex. Non-smokers pay less for life insurance than smokers
Q9. Smoking causes the blood to become thick and sticky
Q10. Strokes and heart attacks are the result of blood clots
Q11. All smokers have a higher risk of cancer
Q12. The immune system kills cells which may become cancerous
Q13. Smoking increases the ability of the immune system tokill cancer cells
Q14. Smoking causes cancer in the same way as it causes heartdisease
Q15. Smoking is the major cause of lung cancer
Q16. Babies born to mothers who smoke always weigh less
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