Mọi người cùng nhau làm bài này để nâng cao từ vựng thêm nhé Protecting Antarctica from tourism For people who really want to get away from it all, a new holiday destination has sprung up – Antarctica. However, this new hotspot might only be for those with the deepest pockets if a new policy gets under way. Tourism on Antarctica has been increasing dramatically in the past twenty years, from a few thousand people in 1985 to more than 30,000 in 2011. The growing numbers are having a negative effect on the pristine environment of the South Pole. Many researchers agree that the frozen wilderness must be protected from modern tourism. Antarctica is the last unspoiled place on Earth. It has a very delicate ecosystem that could be easily upset by hordes of tourists landing in airplanes and using snowmobiles. However, It is difficult to protect Antarctica because it is not a country and therefore has no government to make laws or guidelines to control the number of visitors. What do you think we should do to protect Antarctic? 1. MATCHING 1. Destination - a. in a very impressive way or manner 2. Hotspot - b. extremely fresh or clean, not spoiled or damaged 3. Policy - c. belonging to the present time or most recent time 4. Dramatically - d. a large area of land that has never been developed 5. Pristine - e. unchanged for a long time, does not have a lot of new buildings 6. Wilderness - f. a place that is currently popular or famous 7. Modern - g. the relationship between animals and plants in an environment 8. Unspoiled - h. the place that someone going to 9. Ecosystem - i. a large crowd moving in a noisy uncontrolled way 10. Hordes - j. rules or instructions about the best way to do something 11. Guidelines - k. something officially agreed on by a political party, business, or other organization II-ANSWER THE QUESTION 1. What is this article about? 2. Why is Antarctica becoming a popular place to visit? Would you go there? 3. How could tourism hurt Antarctica's environment? 4. Why is it difficult to protect Antarctica? 5. What do you think we should do to protect Antarctica and other places that are being damaged by tourism?