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For each of the texts or passages below, summarize into one sentence

 

1.

Rosli was jubilant when he was declared the champion orchid grower in an international competition held recently. He has been growing orchids for the past twenty years. However, it was the first time he had taken part in a competition. It was indeed first-time lucky for him. He won $3000 and a certificate. Excited over the win, he planned to give his family members a big treat.

 

2.

In correspondence education, the adult students have to follow a planned schedule and program as far as possible. They have to submit their assignments for marking by experienced tutors who will offer comments and suggestions for improvement. Very often the courses they take are in line with their profession.

 

3.

The rapid increase in population in major cities in the world has resulted in a number of social and environmental problems. The high rate of growth is due mainly to migration rather than natural increase. Most of the migrants are from rural areas and smaller towns. they come to the cities to look for jobs. Many of them also come to the cities to further their studies. as a city grows, the need for lousing and public amenities also increase, resulting in various social and environmental problems.

 

4.

Due to rapid increase in population in the cities, there are not enough houses. In actual fact, most of the migrants cannot afford to buy or even rent a house. The lucky ones may live with friends and relatives. Many of them resort to staying in squatter areas which may lack the basic amenities like water and electricity. Diseases are widespread and so are crimes.

 

5.

Traffic offenders come from all walks of life. They include teenagers, lorry drivers, professionals and even ladies and senior citizens. Many of them are indifferent, impatient, inconsiderate or immune to the traffic penalties which appear to be too lenient. The lack of effective enforcement also contributes to the apathy of the habitual traffic offenders.

 
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Answer
 

1.

Rosli was declared the champion orchid grower in an international competition.

2.

Adult students who take up correspondence education have to follow a planned schedule and program.

3.

The rapid increase in population in major cities in the world has brought about social and environmental problems.

4.

Rapid increase in population in cities with inadequate houses resulted in the growth of squatter areas where diseases ad crimes are common.

5.

Traffic offenders who come from all walks of life are generally inconsiderate and indifferent to traffic laws.

     
 
 

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