In the followings passage there are blanks, each of the following had been numbered.these numbers are printed below the passage and against each, four words are suggested, one of which fit the the blank appropriately. find out the appropriate word in each case and fill the blanks accordingly

humans are commonly believed to be (1) ---------- animals that can consume both plants and animals products. evidence suggests the homo sapiens employed hunter-gatherer as their primary means of (2) ---------- collections. this involves combining stationary plants and fungal food sources (such as fruits, grains, roots, and mushroom) with mobile animals, which must be (3) ---------- and killed in the order to be least ten thousand years (4) ----------, humans developed agriculture, which has altered the kind of food people eat. this has lead to a variety of important historical consequences, such as increased population, the development of cities, and the spread of infectious diseases.a portion of food or the act of eating a portion of food is considered a meal. often named and patterned, means play an important role on a social occasion, such as the celebration of many key cultural and religious festivals. a (5) ---------- can be used as means for feeding a single individual or shared and eaten simultaneously by two or more people.the
number of meals consumed by a (6) --------- in a day, their size, composition, when and how they are prepared and eaten varies (7) ---------- around the world. this (8) ---------- can be attributed to a number of local factors, including climate, ecology, economy, cultural traditions and industrialisation. in the societies where the availability of food has (9) ---------- above subsistence levels and beyond staple foods, meals are also sold pre-prepared for (10) ---------- consumption on restaurants and other similar retail premises.

1) carnivorous omnivorous herbivorous social
2) nutrient vitamin food meat
3) hunted captured captivated tracked
4) ago later after before
5) food vitamins meat meal
6) humans individuals person people
7) all huge greatly almost
8) diversity bewilderment variety kind
9) arose aroused risen raised
10) quick immediate synchronous fast