VCR Lesson 3 Presentation
FILL IN THE BLANK WITH THE MOST APPROPRIATE WORD FROM LESSON 1. YOU MAY USE ANY WORD, INCLUDING ANY OF ITS FORMS.
adj. Spread throughout a wide geographic area; worldwide
CAN BE CONFUSED WITH
endemic-- belonging exclusively or confined to a particular place
epidemic--extremely prevalent; widespread (usually locally)
COMMON PANDEMIC IN HISTORY
- middle of the 14th century
- before: global population was an estimated 450 million
- after: at least 75 million are believed to have perished throughout the pandemic
[pan <G. "all"
CHOSE THE LETTER OF THE SENTENCE IN WHICH THE WORD IN BOLD-FACER TYPE IS USED INCORRECTLY.
B) Many people find much interest in watching a television show about a pathological pandemic that turns half the world’s population into zombies.
C) The new virus is likely to spread quickly and easily, triggering a deadly pandemic.D) A regions pandemic disease, such as malaria in Africa, stays local but affects most of the people in that area.