Often in news we hear about deaths and accidents happening all over the world. But, then there are times when we get to hear about the miraculous survivals. Times where we hear that a person jumped from the 45th floor but yet managed to survive. This time we are listening to some of these miraculous survivals from BBC. What happens when the person survives. What goes on in the head and everything in between it.
Listen to the audio below :
Answer the following questions in NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS
What is an experience where an individual nearly dies called?
According to the BBC, what chance of survival does a human have when falling to the ground from around 3 storeys?
Which term is used for a structure of interconnected pipes and boards that creates a frame or shape?
What are extremely worried or upset people called?
Which word means that you are holding something very tightly? clutching
Which word describes that a person has escaped an accident without any injury? unscathed
What word means that something has never happened before ? unprecedented
Which word do people use for something with a positive outcome to a bad situation? miracle
Food is one of the essentials of our lives. Although in recent times people have ignored food and have fallen prey to bad food habits, it remains one of the factors that decides the success of an individual. This time let us listen to a BBC 6 minutes audio that talks about how our food affects our mood.
Listen to the audio below and answer the following questions in NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS .
How many bacterial are there in our body?
Bacteria present at which part of the body decides the mental state of an individual?
What is the sate of being worried or anxious called?
Which is the general term for bacteria and micro organisms?
What helps reduce stress in mice?
Which term is used for the process of converting sugars in food into acids and alcohol?
What is the best of kind according to Dr. Michael Mosley?
What is the eating plan designed to lose weight called?
Which phrase is used for something that is not difficult to understand?
Which word is used for the stomach and other organs which digest our food?