- Do you know what your blood type is?
- Who has blood type O in your family?
- research /ri-SURCH/
- provide /pruh-VAHYD/
- type /tahyp/
- expert /EK-spurt/
- seriously /SEER-ee-uhs-lee/
[noun] – a detailed study of a subject, especially in order to discover (new) information or reach a (new) understanding
The research is about the new found animal’s background.
[verb] – to give someone something that they need
All meals were provided in the meeting yesterday.
[noun] – a particular group of people or things that share similar characteristics and form a smaller division of a larger set
It was very dark so I was not able to see what type of car it was.
[noun] – a person with a high level of knowledge or skill relating to a particular subject or activity
We need to ask advice from an expert to deal with this problem.
[adverb] – badly or severely
The child was seriously injured because of the car accident.
True or False:
- The Canadian study told that the people between with blood type A or AB stayed longer in the Intensive Care Unit, compared with people with blood type O or B.
- Canadian experts discovered that of all the 95 patients seriously ill with Covid-19, a proportion with type A or AB — 84% — asked to use mechanical ventilation compared to patients with blood type O or B, which was 61%.
- Two studies say that people who have blood type O may be less affected by the infection; professionals highlighted that more research is required.
- Research from Denmark saw that of all the 7,422 people that were tested positive for Covid-19, only 38.4% have blood type O.
- One of the researches was from Australia.
Fill in the blanks:
- The patient that was brought to the hospital yesterday was _____ injured.
- Today’s _____ all around the world are helping each other to develop a vaccine for Covid-19.
- The _____ that was done by the experts was proven after a series of trials.
- The doctor said that his blood _____ helped him through his medication.
- The father always _____ for his family.