Book Creator


by Lourdes Suyapa Rodriguez


English Area Magazine
I Period - 2023
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Science and Environment
Pages 3 - 15

Pages 16 - 43

Pages 44 - 50

Pages 51 - 60

Rounded Rectangle
Pages 61 - 65

Society and Culture
Pages 66 - 82

Travel and Tourism
Pages 83 - 89
Water is one of our most precious resources on Earth.
Humans, animals, and plants cannot live without it. It is crucial that we all learn how to save water. Water is a substance composed of the chemical elements hydrogen and oxygen and in gaseous, liquid, and solid states. It is one of the most plentiful and essential compounds. A tasteless and odorless liquid at the room temperature, it can dissolve many other substances.
Conserving water means using our water supply wisely and being responsible. As every individual depends on water for livelihood, we must learn how to keep our limited supply of water pure and away from pollution. Keeping our water supply safe and pure will protect the
water for generations to come. Conserving water involves refraining from water pollution. This requires strategies that include reducing wastage, preventing
damaging water quality, and improving water management. The population must save the water it has today and provide a sufficient supply for the next coming years.
Water is a free-flowing, transparent, odorless, liquid substance that forms a large portion of a living organism’s body. We all should save water because: We all need water to survive, Our ecosystem is entirely dependent upon the supply or availability of water, water is an essential component of agriculture since it helps nourish the crops that we eat, and water helps us to keep us our homes clean, We also need to drink water every single day in order to stay healthy, human life can only survive a few days at most without water.
We cannot live without water, so we can say that water is life.
Ways to save water:

1.      Check your toilet for leaks.
2.      Put a plastic bottle in your toilet tank.
3.      Keep a bottle of drinking water in the refrigerator.
4.      Tell your children not to play with the hose and sprinklers.
5.      Turn off the water while brushing your teeth.
Written by:
Alma Villanueva
White Syndrome: Coral Reef