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Solution of Class Eight (VIII) English | Unit- Eight | Dangers of Junk Food

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Solution of Class Eight (VIII) English | Unit- Eight | Dangers of Junk Food

Dangers of Junk Food

Ways with words
1. Read the text above and fill in the gaps with correct words given below.
[harmful, violent, appealing, calories, global culture, obesity, additives, preservatives]
a. TV advertisements for junk food look very………….
... Answer:
appealing


b. Junk foods are low in nutritional value but high in…………..
... Answer:
calories


c. Pop music and junk food have become………….
... Answer:
global culture


d. The increase of junk food is directly associated with an increase in……….
... Answer:
obesity


e. Children who are used to taking junk food are likely to become…………later in life.
... Answer:
violent


f.Junk food is very …………to health.
... Answer:
harmful


2. Read the passage and find eight words from the following, and write their meanings.
  1. decay- remove, eradicate

  2. microorganisms- very small living things that you can only see under a microscope

  3. grocery - a shop that sells food and other things used in the home

  4. nutritious- containing many of the substances needed for life and growth

  5. cafe- a small restaurant selling light meals and drinks

  6. cholesterol- a type of fat found in your blood

  7. hyperactive- abnormally or extremely active

  8. distracted- having one's thoughts or attention drawn away

Read and answer
1. Read the passage and write 'True' for true and 'False' for false statements.

a. Junk food advertisements on television do not attract us.
... Answer:
False


b. An increase in junk food is directly associated with an increase in tooth decay.
... Answer:
True


c. Children these days drink coke more than fruit juice.
... Answer:
True


d. If pregnant women eat junk food, they can give birth to fat children.
... Answer:
True


e. Noodles are junk food.
... Answer:
True


2. Read the text again and answer the following questions.
a. Name some places where junk foods are easily available.
... Answer:
grocery stores, department stores and fast food restaurants


b. How is junk food defined?
... Answer:
Junk food is defined as pre-prepared or packaged food that has low nutritional value.


c. Despite being aware of the disadvantages of junk foods, why do we eat them?
... Answer:
Despite being aware of the disadvantages of junk foods, we eat them because they have high satisfactory value.


d. How can you say that junk food has become a global culture?
... Answer:
People are too busy in their day to day lives. They are always feeling tense to manage their time. In this context, junk food has become a global culture of the people.


e. What are the two major problems with junk food?
... Answer:
Increase in obesity and heart disease are the two major problems with junk food.


f. Do you agree that 'junk food should be banned'?
... Answer:
Yes, I do.


Grammar
Conditional Sentences
a. Laxmi Prasad Devkota could have lived longer if he (didn't smoke, smoked, hadn't smoked) so heavily.
... Answer:
hadn't smoked


b. We won't go swimming if it (rained, rains, raining).
... Answer:
rains


c. If Dolma (cooks, cooked, had cooked) dinner, it would be chicken and rice.
... Answer:
cooked


d. Whenever Ajay passes by the fridge, he (opens, opened, would open) it.
... Answer:
would open


e. If Buddha (ate, eaten, had eaten) in the restaurant, he would have been sick.
... Answer:
had eaten


f. If I played football, I (played, play, would play) at the school field.
... Answer:
would play


g. The cycle (stops, stopped, stop) if you hold the brake.
... Answer:
stops


h. If you come to my home, I (show, showed, will show) you my new television.
... Answer:
will show


i. How would you go to school if you (miss, missed, will miss) your school bus?
... Answer:
missed


j. If my brother (had not been, was not, is not) ill, he would have been a doctor.
... Answer:
had not been


Writing
Write a short letter to your younger brother or sister asking him/her not to eat junk food because it is harmful to health.
Ganeshpur-7, Rantola
Dadeldhura
14 January 2020

Dear Raj,
How are you? I hope everything is alright. Now, I'm writing to you to make you aware of dangers of junk food.

I’m worried about your growing interest in junk food. As it has high satisfactory value, many people consume it. But consumption of junk food is harmful to our health. An increase in junk food is directly associated with the increase in obesity, heart diseases, high blood pressure, certain types of cancer and tooth decay. Fats from junk food trigger the brain to want more food. This effect can last for several days.

Additives and preservatives such as common food dyes can cause children to become more hyperactive and easily distracted than usual. If children eat junk food regularly, it is likely to lead them to violent behaviour later in life.

Finally, I want to suggest you to avoid junk food immediately.

With love,
Shohan

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