We are what we eat

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Unit 5-Vocabulary

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Resist:
To fight against; to not get harmed by
Verb
“Some animals resist to be educated”

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Weed:
Wild plant that people don’t want in their farms or gardens
“Weed is not good for the tomatoes you’re planting”

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Benefit:
Positive result
Noun
“We must find a benefit for the world in everything we do”

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Complex:
Not simple
Adjetive
“It was very complex to solve”

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Insect:
Very small animal, for example an ant or a bee
Noun
“I don’t like insects”

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Population:
The number of members of a group
Noun
“The population has increases in the past few years”

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Environment:
Natural world; area around us
Noun
“We must take care of our environment”

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Approve:
To say it is OK; to allow people to do it
Verb
“I must approve all my subjects to graduate”

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Food chain:
Group of plants and animals that rely on each other for food; for example, large birds eat snakes, snakes eat rabbits, rabbits eat grass
Noun
“Cows are part of our food chain”

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Grain:
Plant grown for food, for example, rice, wheat and barley
Noun
“She likes to cultivate grains”

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