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Grade: 3,    Subject: LanguageArts,    Topic: Reading News
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US Health Care Ranks Poorly Compared to Other Rich Nations


British researchers say more than 100,000 Americans died of health problems that could have been prevented by timely and effective health care last year.

A new study by Ellen Nolte and Martin McKee of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine ranks the United States last among 19 developed nations in terms of health care.

France, Japan and Australia topped the list.

The researchers theorize that the 47 million Americans who are not covered by health insurance are slow to seek care and a key reason for the United States' poor showing in the study.

All of the nations on the list have been making improvements in health care, but the United States has been getting better more slowly than other developed countries.
 
Question 1:
How many Americans died of health problems last year?

10,000100,000

1,00047 million
 
Question 2:
Who are Ellen Nolte and Martin McKee?

EngineersNurses

PoetsResearchers
 
Question 3:
Which countries topped the list among the developed nations in terms of health care?

Japan, China, and IndiaUnited States, France, and Japan

France, Japan, and AustraliaJapan, Australia, and United States
 
Question 4:
How many Americans are not covered by health insurance?

47 million37 million

7 millions100,000
 
Question 5:
Which of the following facts is NOT correct?

In United States, 47 million people are not covered by health insurance.France, Japan and Australia have better health care than United States.

United States was ranked last among 19 developed nations in terms of health care.United States has been getting better faster than other developed countries in terms of health care.
 
Question 6:
Which country is launching the world's cheapest car?

ChinaIndia

JapanIndonesia
 
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India's Tata Motors Set to Unveil World's Cheapest Car


India's Tata Motors is expected to unveil the world's cheapest car on Thursday.

The new vehicle is expected to cost about $2,500.

A news report says the company worked to keep costs down by keeping the vehicle small, light and as simple as possible.

The report says the car has one windshield wiper instead of two, and no frills such as radios or power steering. Much of the vehicle is expected to be made of plastic.

Only about eight Indians out of every 1,000 now own a car, so there may be a large market for the vehicle in the nation's fast-growing economy.
 
Question 7:
How much will the world's cheapest car cost?

$1,000$250

$2,500$25,000
 
Question 8:
How many windshield wipers does the cheapest car of the world have?

ThreeOne

TwoFive
 
Question 9:
Which fact about the cheapest car of the world is NOT correct?

It is expected to cost about $2,500.Much of the vehicle is expected to be made of plastic.

It has a power steering and two windshield wipers.It is small in size.
 
Question 10:
Which company is unveiling the world's cheapest car?

Tata CarsFord Motors

Tata PowerTata Motors
 
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