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One day in 1676, a Dutch Scientist named Antony Van Leewenhoek looked through
a microscope what no one had ever seen before. Bacteria, very tiny living things,
exist everywhere in the environment and can only be seen thorugh a microscope.
On the one hand, bacteria are harmfull. The word germs is used to
describe harmful bacteria. Germs can cause terrible diseases such as cholera and
tuberculosis. Cholera bacteria live in dirty water. If a person drinks the dirty water,
the bacteria will infect his/her digestive system. Meanwhile, one who has
tubercolosis bacteria in his/her lungs can transfer the disease if he/she coughs or
sneezes.
However, not all bacteria are harmfull. Several bacteria help humans in
many ways. For example, millions of good bacteria exist in the bodys digestive
system. They help change the food we eat so our bodies can use vitamins in food.
Good bacteria are needed to make certain food such as cheeses and yogurts.
Bacteria also help the environment. For example, bacteria help
breakdown dead plant materials such as fallen leaves so they can mixes with the
soil. Bacteria that exist in the ocean helps in several ways. For example, they
become food that is eaten by tiny fish. Then the tiny fish became food for big fish,
and when you get a good catch of fish, they become your dinner.
Another way that bacteria help is by cleaning up oil spills from ship. Also,
they help clean up human waste that rain carries into the ocean.
1. Introduction
- Issue

One day in 1676, a Dutch Scientist


named Antony Van Leewenhoek looked
through a microscope what no one had
ever seen before: bacteria. Bacteria,
very tiny living things, exist everywhere
in the environment and can only be
seen thorugh a microscope.
2. Body
-Negative sides

On the one hand, bacteria are harmfull. The


word germs is used to describe harmful bacteria.
Germs can cause terrible diseases such as cholera
and tuberculosis. Cholera bacteria live in dirty
water. If a person drinks the dirty water, the
bacteria will infect his/her digestive system.
Meanwhile, one who has tubercolosis bacteria in
his/her lungs can transfer the disease if he/she
coughs or sneezes.
2. Body
-Positive sides

However, not all bacteria are harmfull.


Several bacteria help humans in many ways. For
example, millions of good bacteria exist in the
bodys digestive system. They help change the
food we eat so our bodies can use vitamins in
food. Good bacteria are needed to make certain
food such as cheeses and yogurts.
2. Body
-Positive sides

Bacteria also help the environment. For


example, bacteria help breakdown dead plant
materials such as fallen leaves so they can mixes
with the soil. Bacteria that exist in the ocean
helps in several ways. For example, they became
food that is eaten by tiny fish. Then the tiny fish
became food for big fish, and when you get a
good catch of fish, they become your dinner.
3. Conclusion
- Recomendation

Another way that bacteria help is by


cleaning up oil spills from ship. Also, they help
clean up human waste that rain carries into the
ocean.