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  • 1. Reading Passage Group 1 M.6/3 Chonlaluk Yardpiroonthum No.31 Yasumin Kanwong No.33
  • 2. Reading Passage
  • 3. P1 Although marijuana is used as a remedy for some serious diseases, many studies show that it has many negative effects on the body. When marijuana is smoked, the dangerous chemicals rapidly pass from the lungs into the bloodstream. The bloodstream carries them to the brain and other organs throughout the body. Four of the most affected organs are the lungs, brain, reproductive system and heart. P2 There is enough evidence that marijuana increases the risk of lung cancer and infection. It also affects the lungs’ ability to bring in oxygen and get rid of carbon dioxide and germs. So Marijuana smokers are often at higher risk of developing breathing difficulties, chronic cough and chest pain.
  • 4. P3 As for the brain, marijuana damages brain cells that control your thinking and ability to remember. Research shows that regular use of marijuana will damage their brain structures. Therefore, teens who are regular smokers of marijuana will not be able to have normal brain development. Regular use of marijuana also increases the risk for mental illness among teens. P4 Marijuana use affects sperm production. That is, it decreases and damages sperm. It also decreases testosterone levels in men and lowers sex drive, which may lead to the inability to enjoy sex. In females, marijuana decreases estrogen production and therefore affects the quality of eggs. In short, smoking marijuana leads to infertility in both men and women.
  • 5. P5 Marijuana makes the heart beat more rapidly and the blood pressure decrease. Marijuana can cause the heart beat to increase by 20 to 50 beats per minute. The heart beat can increase even more if other drugs are used at the same time. Because of the lower blood pressure and higher heart rate, users' risk for a heart attack is four times higher than when not smoking. P6 Even though some people use marijuana as medicine, it has very harmful effects on the lungs, brain, heart and reproductive system. It’s dangerous chemicals can lead to lung cancer. They prevent teens from fully developing their brains and increase the risk of mental illness. They cause the reproductive system in both men and women not to function or work effectively. Marijuana users are also at high risk of heart attack.
  • 6. Exercise
  • 7. 1. What is the main idea of the passage? a) Marijuana use prevents normal brain development in teens. b) Marijuana use increase sex drive in men and women. c) Marijuana use is very harmful to health. d) Marijuana use can cure some serious diseases. 2. What does the word “them” in P1 refer to? a) the dangerous chemicals b) the lungs c) the brain and other organs d) other organs and the body
  • 8. 3. According to P3, which of the following is true? a) Marijuana helps cure chronic cough and chest pain. b) Marijuana smokers have difficulties in getting rid of carbon dioxide. c) Marijuana increases oxygen level in the lungs. d) Marijuana protects the lungs from getting infection. 4. What is the main idea of P3? a) how teens suffer from mental illness b) how marijuana negatively affects the brain c) how normal brain development occurs in teens d) how marijuana controls how we think and remember
  • 9. 5. What can be best inferred from P3? a) Marijuana has negative effects on learning. b) Young adults smoke marijuana more than older adults. c) Marijuana should be used as a remedy for brain diseases. d) Cigarette smoking is more dangerous than marijuana smoking. 6. What is P4 mainly about? a) Marijuana can have negative effects on the reproductive system. b) Marijuana can increase sex drive and make people enjoy sex more. c) Marijuana negatively affects the sperm production. d) Marijuana is harmful to women’s eggs.
  • 10. 7. Which of the following is not the negative effect of marijuana in P4? a) infertility in both men and women b) lowered sex drive in both men and women c) lowered testosterone levels in men d) decreased estrogen production in women 8. Which is true of P5? a) Marijuana can cause high blood pressure. b) Marijuana can be used as drugs for some heart diseases. c) Marijuana can cause the heart to beat faster than normal. d) Marihuana can cause low blood pressure only in people with heart diseases.
  • 11. 9. What is mentioned in P6? a) Marijuana does not cause mental illness in older adults. b) Marijuana causes more damage to your lungs than your brain. c) Marijuana has negative effects on fertility in both men and women. d) Some medicines can prevent us from the dangerous chemicals in marijuana. 10. The word ‘They’ in P6 refers to_________________. a) the dangerous chemicals b) the lungs c) the teens d) the brains
  • 12. Thank you Everyone !!!!!