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Listening comprehension May 07, 2009

Listening comprehension May 07, 2009

Listening comprehension

Listen to the audio file and answer the following questions:

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1. According to the article, the most effective agent to get people actually to use anti-malaria measures:
a) NGOs
b) governments
c) faith-based organisations
d) the UN

2. About how many African children die of malaria every day?
a) 1, 000
b) 2,000
c) 3,000
d) 4,000

3. One of the most effective ways of preventing malaria:
a) washing with special soap
b) insecticide-treated nets
c) sleeping inside
d) a special vaccine

4. What country proposes to lead the world in the anti-malaria effort?
a) Japan
b) China
c) France
d) the United States

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