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1. The Japanese macaque is an endangered monkey. It inhabits an area farther north than any other primate except — humans. The Japanese call this animal the snow monkey because it can be found — the snowy regions — Japan. Ironically, some troops — macaques have been relocated — Texas to ensure their survival.
2. Originally, robots were found only — science fiction movies and books. Today, they have become science fact as technology has turned them — a feasible means — increasing productivity. The robot industries may still be — their infancy, but their products are no longer being ridiculed as an impossibility.
3. — nine o'clock — the morning, the streets are lined — people. Somewhere — the distance, a band is heard playing a marching song. Shopkeepers are locking their doors and joining — the crowds. Everyone is craning their necks to see how long it will be before the first float reaches — them.
4. Parsley, a good source — iron and vitamins A, C, and E, is a common herb — the Mediterranean area. The ancient Greeks considered it sacred and therefore did not eat it. The Romans served it as a garnish and to improve the taste — food.
5. — thousands — years, desert dwellers have sheltered themselves — extremely functional buildings constructed — one — the most readily available, dependable, and inexpensive materials we know — . This ideal insulator, which absorbs heat — the day and slowly releases it — night, is mud.
6. — World War II, Hay-on-Wye was a bustling little market town — the border — Wales and England. However, it became a dying town when Welsh agriculture declined, forcing many farmers — their land and to factory jobs — England. Today, Hay is flourishing again because — a flamboyant gentleman who has turned the town — the world's largest secondhand bookstore.
7. Because — winning or losing a race — skiing can be a matter — a hundredth — a second, skiing equipment has undergone many changes. Even clothing has changed as skiers search — ways to increase speed. Now they wear one-piece suits that cling — their bodies — order to reduce wind resistance. Nothing is worn — these tight-fitting suits as anything extra may mean the loss — an important millisecond.
8. Addiction — cigarette smoking is basically an addiction — nicotine. Those who are attempting to overcome their addiction — nicotine have found the most common cures ineffective. Switching — low-nicotine cigarettes simply causes problem smokers to smoke more. Zero-nicotine cigarettes are usually rejected because they don't satisfy the smoker's need — nicotine. Perhaps the most effective aid — those who want to stop smoking is chewing a recently developed gum which contains nicotine.
9. Rice is the only major grain crop that is grown almost exclusively as human food. There have been a series — remarkable genetic advances that have made it possible to cultivate high-yield varieties that are resistant to disease and insect pests. Because — rice constitutes half the diet — 1.6 billion people, and another 400 million people rely — it — between one-fourth and one-half — their diet, these advances have deterred disasters which otherwise would have left millions — people severely underfed.
10. While living — Germany — her family, Caroline Herschel was not allowed to learn anything other than useful household skills such as knitting. However, all this changed — 1772, when her astronomer brother, William, took her to live — him — England. He taught her mathematics, and she began to help him keep a record — his discoveries. The two — them would —ten stay up — dawn, gazing upward. Eventually, they built their own telescopes, which were even bigger and better than those — the Royal Observatory — Greenwich.
11. Christmas Island, discovered — Captain James Cook — Christmas Eve — 1777, was once populated — a wide variety — bird species. — recent years, — least 18 species — birds - a total — 17 million birds - have either left or perished — the island. It is suspected that the cause — the disappearance may be related to a cyclical weather phenomenon — the Pacific that alters wind patterns, salinity, and ocean currents. These conditions have resulted — higher water temperatures which may have killed the fish and squid that the birds live — .
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It inhabits an area farther north than any other primate except for humans.
The Japanese call this animal the snow monkey because it can be found in the snowy regions of Japan.
А почему regions of Japan, а не regions IN Japan?
Получится, что регионы отдельно, а Япония отдельно. В русском похоже: “Мяч в комнате в шкафу (два раздельных объекта) vs “Мяч в углу комнаты (угол неотъемлемая часть комнаты)”
А как тогда сказать “Гости Санкт-Петербурга”?
С of. Но когда люди покидают город, они перестают быть гостями, а шкаф будет выполнять свою функцию и вне помещений. Статус гостя имеет смысл только при наличии места, хотя сам статус временный, и конкретное место может меняться, т.е по морфологии динамизм, а по функции статизм/стяжение.
Ironically, some troops of macaques have been relocated to Texas to ensure their survival.
Originally, robots were found only in science fiction movies and books.
Today, they have become science fact as technology has turned them into a feasible means of increasing productivity.
The robot industries may still be in their infancy, but their products are no longer being ridiculed as an impossibility.
At nine o'clock in the morning, the streets are lined with people.
Somewhere in the distance, a band is heard playing a marching song.
Shopkeepers are locking their doors and joining NP the crowds.
Everyone is craning their necks to see how long it will be before the first float reaches NP them.
Parsley, a good source of iron and vitamins A, C, and E, is a common herb in the Mediterranean area.
The ancient Greeks considered it sacred and therefore did not eat it. The Romans served it as a garnish and to improve the taste of food.
For thousands of years, desert dwellers have sheltered themselves in extremely functional buildings constructed of one of the most readily available, dependable, and inexpensive materials we know of.
This ideal insulator, which absorbs heat during the day and slowly releases it at night, is mud.