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Words in a story
Hello my dear friends. Welcome to this story lesson number twenty eight and in this lesson like every lesson we’re going to use all of these essential twelve words we learned in a really interesting story.
I always suggest my students to write down paragraphs stories sentences with this words.
So you can remember them for a very long time. You can always send to me the story I and I can correct it for you.
So this story about what did you have for breakfast. Yes. What did you have for breakfast?
This is a really interesting story and we decided we try to use all of these essential red words in this story.
So please focus and try to understand the words.
A parent’s organization to protect children’s health appealed to a Senate committee to outlaw television commercials that promote the purchase of sugary products.
Too much advertising urges the young child to eat caramels, chocolate, cookies, and actually pastries.
This results in poor eating habits and leaves youngsters undernourished and subject to rapid tooth decay and other diseases.
To illustrate the extent of the problem, a recent survey of one typical day of CBC’s, CBS is Channel 7 in Boston between 7:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M. disclosed 67 commercials for sweet tasting products.
Several witnesses said that many children’s cereals contained more than 50 percent sugar, that children often forced their parents to buy the cereals, and that excessive use of sugar from cereals, soft drinks and snack foods is a national disaster.
Dr. Jean Mayer, professor of nutrition at Harvard University, recommended censoring the culprits in advertising for juvenile viewers.
Recognizing the powerful opponents in the food industry who will resist control, Dr. Mayer said that’s no feeble efforts will do.
Sugar coated nothings he added, must cease to be the standard diet of the American child.
Other witnesses pointed out that many cereal boxes, as bait for the children, used offers of dolls, balloons, airplane or car models, magic kits, monster cutouts and similar trifles, but this cereal the box they insisted, had no more food value than the container it came in. It came in.
So this is the end of the story and as you can see we used all of these essential red words in this story.
If you have problems understanding some parts I suggest you to come back and read it again.
And remember one of the best way to remember the words to learn their words to study the vocabularies is to understand the words in one story or in text.