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Britain will soon ban smoking in cars with children. Britain's government wants to ___(11)___ the harm that cigarette smoke does to children. New laws will cut the chances of children's passive smoking. This is when someone breathes in the smoke from other people's cigarette. ___(12)___ studies say passive smoking can almost be as harmful as actually smoking a cigarette. The British government said it looked at research that found children ___(13)___ sat in smoke-filled cars had health problems. It is particularly ___(14)___ in cars because there is so little space, so the car fills with smoke very quickly. Not everyone agrees with the new law. Some lawmakers argue that it takes away the freedom for people to smoke in their own car. ___(15)___, Britain's health minister said the health of children was more important than the freedom to smoke.
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Out in the Pacific Ocean, 3,700 kilometers from Los Angeles, are the Islands of Hawaii, the 50th state of the United States, with Its area of 16,700 square kilometers.
The first Hawaiians arrived from other Pacific Islands sometime around 100 AD. Then in 1778, Captain Cook arrived In Hawaii. He put the islands on his maps of the Pacific Ocean. Then more ships knew Hawaii and began stopping there for supplies. In 1820, a small group of people from the eastern United States came to teach the farms to grow sugar and pineapples. Because there were not enough people to do all the farm work, farm owners brought in Asians - Chinese, Japanese, and Filipinos.
Later Koreans, Portuguese, and Puerto Ricans also came. More people came from the US mainland and from the US mainland and from other Pacific islands, and Hawaii has become a place with traditions from several countries. People from the various nation groups have married each other, so today the groups are partly mixed. Hawaiians are very friendly and always welcome visitors. They celebrate traditional Chinese, Japanese and Filipino holidays as well as holidays from the United States. Hawaii Is known as the Aloha state. “Aloha” means “hello", “goodbye” and "I love you' in Hawaiian.