D.Cutting down trees is bad not only for the trees but also for the soil.
If the trees are cut down, forests disappear. Besides, when the trees are not longer in the forest, the soil also gets damaged. The sunlight heats it up and it dries out. As the roots of the trees are not longer there, the soil cannot be held in the root structure, and it is carried away by wind and rain. As a consequence, the forest turns into a dessert.
*READ THE BOTTOM* B He/She is clearly concerned on the topic of deforestation.
They say that it will "become a barren desert". This terminology in this paragraph shows that they are concerned.
I may not be correct, but you get the idea.
D. It examines the connection between cutting down trees and the environmental outcome.
Explanation: A. Is incorrect because it suggests that the Amazon is already deforested.
B. While it does create an image, that’s not really what the excerpt is about.
C. Is incorrect because it’s not talking about the seriousness about it. That’s left to interpretation. It’s more telling you the cause and effect.