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|Earthships and hobbit homes both have soil covering one or more walls and glass to
|Hobbit homes, earthships, and straw bale homes are three examples of homes that are
|Which is the closest antonym for the word minimize?
|According to the Article, what is one reason why earthships maintain a comfortable temperature year-round without central heating or air conditioning?
|The house is packed in a mound of soil and recycled
|Everyone should live in a sustainable home because Earth’s natural resources are limited.
|Which is the closest antonym for the word flimsy?
|A. in a book titled Going Off the Grid
B. in a newspaper article about basement insulation
C. in a spreadsheet listing solar power companies
D. in a book’s index, under “protection from natural disasters”
|in a book titled Going Off the
|Which question is not answered by
A. How many windows do straw bale homes typically have?
B. How do sustainable homes avoid the need for air conditioning?
C. What materials are used to build hobbit homes?
D. Who was the first person to conceive the idea of earthships?
|How many windows do straw bale homes typically have?