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Danish pastries (originally make) in Denmark. - False - they actually originated in Austria., Meteorites (cool) when they enter the Earth's atmosphere. - True - they are cool inside, and the outer layer burns off., Bats (born) blind. - False - they actually have good eyesight, they just use their hearing more., Coffee (make) from beans. - False - coffee 'beans' are actually seeds., Before Christopher Columbus travelled to America, it (already think) that the Earth was round. - True - people knew the Earth was round, but miscalculated the distance to India., The red juice that (often find) in uncooked red meat is blood. - False - it's actually meat 'juice' - this is why you don't see blood in white meat., The Sun is white, but (see) as yellow through the atmosphere. - True, By 2024, a permanent base (build) on the Moon by NASA. - True, Body temperature (lower) by alcohol. - True - alcohol causes blood vessels to move to the skin which makes you feel warm, but actually makes you colder., Milk and dairy products should (avoid) by a person with a cold or flu. - False - milk and dairy products do not increase mucus production and so don't make a cold worse., Sleepwalkers (not harm) by (wake up). - True - conversely, sleepwalkers can injure themselves by hitting furniture., The same place (never strike) by lightning twice. - False - The Empire State Building is struck by lightning around 100 times a year., Alcohol remains in food when (cook). - True - not all of it evaporates., English (speak) by most people in the world. - False - Mandarin Chinese is the world's most spoken language., The universe (create) in an explosion. - False - it was a sudden expansion, but not an explosion., The car was (invent) by Henry Ford. - False - though he was one of the first to mass-produce them., Different tastes can (detect) on all parts of the tongue - not only on certain parts. - True, Damaged hair can (not repair) by shampoo. - True - though it can help prevent damage., No scientist (ever kill) because of their scientific opinions. - True - as far as scientific historians know., The world (not affect) by climate change until some time in the distant future. - False - climate change is already occurring now.,
I can't believe it! Grammar: the passive C1
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