P2 How did the flu spread? What was the U.S. criticized for?
Of all the ways …, this was the worst: by air. (L17) Early on, the American government should have done something … (L20)
P3 Why was the infection more severe in some remote areas?
…, because they were too weak to gather and prepare food. (L50)
P4-5 How did the rich protect themselves? How was the result? What did the government do to stop the spread of the disease?
Millionaires, boarded ships to cross the Atlantic Ocean, thinking that the sea air would be healthier, but an average of 7 percent of the passengers died before the ship reached the next port.
Just as had been the case during The Black Death, there were not enough coffins or grave diggers to bury all the dead. When you have just made a statement, you can use asas a conjunction to indicate that the statement also applies to another person, thing, or group. After as you use be, have, an auxiliary, or a modal, then the subject. e.g. Our daughter feels that way, as do our sons.
P6-7 The U.S. and Spain, which country was most affected? What was the consolation about the disease?
… but some estimates put the figure as high as 80 million.
P8-10 Why were the viruses of the disease so deadly? Could the disease be worse if it happens today?
… similar to … (L106) … because a pig’s anatomy is so similar to a human’s (anatomy). Mutate into (L108) Leap to (L109) Extensive network (L112) Instead of (L114)