Cause and Effect: Matching Exercise

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Owing to being over-crowded, Britain’s main cities all have…. …the more pollution is created.
We are part of an unhealthy, consumerist and throwaway society, which … …creates an environmental crisis.
One effect of living on the street is that… …drug abuse and crime rates rise.
In a city, light, heat, transport and food must all be supplied artificially as …roads crawling with cars.
The consequence of too dense a population is that……we are living a life removed from nature.
Cities face a number of problems which are due to.. …one or all of these areas (housing, healthcare, education, jobs and a certain quality of life) must suffer.
A city crowded with people leads to…. …overcrowding.
The greater the population, the more natural resources are burnt up and, consequently.. …a number of people living on the street

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The greater the population, the more natural resources are burnt up and, consequently the more pollution is created.

A city crowded with people leads to roads crawling with cars.

Cities face a number of problems which are due to overcrowding.

The consequence of too dense a population is overcrowding.

In a city light, heat, transport and food must all be supplied artificially as we are living a life removed from nature.

One effect of living on the street is that drug abuse and crime rates rise.

We are part of an unhealthy, consumerist and throwaway society, which creates an environmental crisis.

Owing to being over-crowded, Britain’s main cities all have a number of people living on the street.

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