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1. Do we say 'the'with the names of islands?


2. ________ skin


3. Go ________ the path.


4. _________ glasses


5. It's the first road on ________



6. _________ person (meaning 'stupid')


7. Do we say 'the'with the names of seas?


8. Go straight ahead ________ the roundabout.


9. I'm going to ________


10. I'm going to _________ to get some cash.


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    The best-known fats are butter, lard, olive oil, and the fats of meats, cheese, and chocolate. When we test fats for fuel values by means of a calorimeter, we find that they yield twice as much heat as the carbohydrates, but that they burn out more quickly. Dwellers in cold climates must constantly eat large quantities of fatty foods if they are to keep their bodies warm and survive the extreme cold. Cod liver oil is an excellent food medicine, and if taken in winter serves to warm the body and to protect it against the rigors of cold weather. The average person avoids fatty foods in summer, knowing from experience that rich foods make him warm and uncomfortable. The harder we work and the colder the weather, the more food of that kind do we require; it is said that a lumberman doing heavy out-of-door work in cold climates needs three times as much food as a city clerk. Most of our fats, like lard and butter, are of animal origin; some of them, however, like olive oil, peanut butter, and coconut oil, are of plant origin.


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