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Ethanol
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A Very Quick Reader

Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 4 to 6
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   5.42

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    ethanol, sorghum, cleanly, fuel, non-renewable, certain, urban, often, become, large, gasoline, sell, example, future, rice, than
     content words:    Henry Ford


Ethanol
By Meg Leonard
  

1     Ethanol is a renewable fuel. It is made from plants. Some of these plants are corn, sorghum, and wheat. It is made from the sugars in these plants. Other things can be used to make ethanol. Potato skins, rice, and yard clippings are some examples. The idea of using ethanol as a fuel is not new. For example, Henry Ford designed his Model T to use a mixture of ethanol and gasoline. There were certain rules at this time that stopped ethanol from being used more often as a fuel. In the past few years, people have become more interested in using ethanol as a fuel. Here are a few reasons. It is a renewable fuel .....
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