Earthquake q&a

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Earthquake q&a

  1. 1. Earthquake Q&A Question: Do all earthquakes cause damage1? Answer: Most earthquakes cause only minor2 shaking. Southern California has about 10,000 earthquakes every year. Some of them are so mild3 that people don’t even feel them. ———————————–———–———–——— Question: What can I do to be safe in an earthquake? Answer: If you’re in a building in an earthquake, get under a table or desk and hold onto it. If you’re outside, move to an open area away from trees, buildings or power lines. —————————————–———–——–—— Question: What should I do to keep safe in an earthquake? Answer: The best way to survive4 an earthquake is to take cover under a sturdy5 table. Get down low and place your hands over your head. You can even duck down6 in a door frame or curl up7 next to a couch or bed. Don’t go outside, though. Many people die from falling debris8. —————————————–———–———–——— Word Bank 1. damage (n) 中文:______ definition(定義): injury or harm that reduces value or usefulness 2. minor (adj) 中文:______definition: small and not very important or serious 3. mild (adj) 中文:______definition: gentle, not strong in feeling or behavior 4. survive (v) 中文:______  definition: remain alive after the death of some event 5. sturdy (adj) 中文:______ definition: strongly built 6. duck down(v. phr.) 中文:______  definition: lower your head or body very quickly, especially to avoid being seen or hit 7. curl up (v. phr.)中文:______ definition: to lie or sit with your arms and legs bent close to your body 8. debris (n) 中文:______ definition: all the pieces that are left after something has been destroyed in an accident source: http://easyscienceforkids.com/all-about-earthquakes/ Class:_____No:______Date:_____ Teacher Fortuna Lu Blog: Leo and Fortuna 的英語教學 http://blog.roodo.com/jenwenwu Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/fortunalu

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