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Check Your Vocabulary
You will next be reading The Truth About Alcohol booklet. Before you begin, check your understanding of the following words that have to do with alcohol abuse:
The word blackout means:
Blackout means: A temporary loss of consciousness, sight or memory.
The word delirium tremens means:
Delirium tremens means: A psychotic condition typical of withdrawal in chronic alcoholics, involving tremors, hallucinations, anxiety and disorientation.
The word motor skills means:
Motor skills means: Dexterity and ease of coordination in the execution of body motions.
The word toxicity means:
Toxicity means: The state of being poisonous to somebody or something.