What is the best thing to do with old newspapers?
Read them and then throw them in
the litter bin. B
Do something fun with them, like make paper boats, or throw them
in the bin
for paper recycling. C
Nothing, paper is really boring.
2. How can the
energy that we use at home be produced?
A Through nuclear power
stations or wind- and hydro-electric power stations. B Through turning on the
lights in a room C It don’t have to be
produced, it just comes through the wall in houses.
How should you use soap and detergents?
Moderately, because otherwise mum and dad get mad!
As much as I want!
C As little
as possible, because soap and detergents can harm animals in the
and the sea.
4. What happens
with all the litter that we throw away?
It is sent up in a space ship and taken to Mars.
B It is put in a container and then it just vanishes.
C The litter is driven to a place where it is burned or
buried deep down in the soil.
What is the best thing to do with the litter?
Take it to recycling centres where different things (plastic,
go into different containers.
B Get rid of it as fast as possible, because
otherwise it smells bad.
C Throw it off a cliff far away from town.
6. What should you
do with old batteries?
Just throw them in the litter bin.
Throw them in a special container that is for old batteries.
Throw them anywhere outside, where no one can see them.
You are sent to the store to buy salad. What do you look for?
The salad with the most colourful wrapping.
B Salad that
is grown as far away as possible from my own country.
C Salad that is grown in (or as close as
possible to) my own country.
8. Why are beluga
whales dying in the St Lawrence river in Canada?
Because they're getting eaten by polar bears.
B Because they are being
harmed by chemicals that pollute the river.
Because they swim into rocks.
What does the greenhouse effect do?
Makes plants green.
B Makes people want to build greenhouses.
extreme weather conditions, like storms and hot weather.
10. How can you
use less water?
There's no shortage of water where I live, I can use as much as I
By taking a shower rather than a bath.
C By taking ice cubes out
of the fridge and melting them.
What can you do with your old clothes?
Take them to the recycling centre so they can be reused for
children in need. B
Throw them in the litter bin.
Take them back to the shop where you bought them and ask the sales staff to dispose of them for you.