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The Knight’s Tale / Canterbury Characters Part 1

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This selection is mainly about howTwo men bonded…
Read this excerpt. What two things does it tell you about the role chivalry played in the life of a…Chivalry compelled knights to do great…
Knights were required to adhere to the…
How did Palamon and Arcite fall in love with EmilyThey saw her in the garden…
In the selection, Palamon became angry at Arcite for breaking a specific vow that “as a true knight,” he…When Palamon…
Once the knights were separated from each other, what were their attitudesBoth complained…
Arcite was connected to the character Philrstrate because Philrstrate was theName Arcite used…
In this excerpt, the word “estranged” is best replaced by the wordAlienated
At one point, Palamon and Arcite were in a grove but were unaware of each other’s presence. What action caused Palamon to recognize ArciteArcite voiced his love for Emily
What do these two excerpts have in commonBoth exemplify how knights adhered to…
At the end of the selection for what two offenses did Palamon tell King Theseus that he and Arcite “both deserve to be slain”Palamon had escaped from prison
Arcite had returned to Athens
How do these two excerpts work together?In the first excerpt Arcite perceived the prison as something unpleasant that must be endured while in the second he recalled it as a place of unparalleled bliss.
Palamon and Arcite met King Theseus when they wereBadly injured in the battle at Thebes and taken as the king’s prisoners of war.

The Knight’s Tale / Canterbury Characters Part 2

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This selection is mainly aboutHow two rivals ended their conflict and attained peace
Choose the sentence in this excerpt that contains the climax of the selection.Suddenly, a fury started out of the ground before his horse which made him leap aside for fear, and foundering as he leaped, the horse pitched him on the pommel of his saddle; Arcite was thrown upon his head, his torso crushed with the saddle-bow
What does the instrument being played in this image have to do with the selection?It is used in a simile describing Emetrius’ voice.
King Theseus explained to Palamon and Arcite that he would spare their lives and how they should resolve their argument. After this conversation with the king, Palamon and Arcite are described as expressing which one of the following emotions?Euphoria
What is the significance of this excerpt?It reinforces King Theseus as a symbol of reason and mercy.

From Human to Insect / The Metamorphosis Part 1

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This selection is mainly about one man’s transformation and the suggestion that it was influenced byWeeks, months, and years of…
The item shown in this image is mentioned in the selection as a way toDescribe the look on
Read this opening excerpt. in terms of text structure, how does this paragraph functionAs an analogy
Understatement is a literary device in which something monumental…One morning…
Put the thoughts Gregor has throughout the selection in order, from first to lastWhat
How
Oh
Getting
What was the primaryHe had to continue paying his parents…
Read these two excerpts. in which two of the following ways do the setting they describe contribute to the overall mood of the selectionThe rain and fog create a mood of…
The fog creates a mood of isolation
Why wasn’t calling in sick to work an option for GregorHe had never been sick…
In this excerpt, the word “spineless” could best be replaced byContemptible
In this excerpt at the end of the selection, why did Gregor smile at the thought of his father and the maid lifting him out of bedHe finally realized the absurdity of his situation
What line or excerpt indicates that Gregor initially didn’t realize the extent of his change?He didn’t have the slightest doubt that the change in his voice was nothing more than the first sign of a serious cold.

From Human to Insect / The Metamorphosis Part 2

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The selection is mainly aboutHow Gregor’s value to his family and…
What literary device is primarily used in this part of the selectionRhetorical questioning
Outside Gregor’s door, the chief clerk declares, “Something’s fallen down in there.” What had fallen downGregor samsa
The word “elastic” in this excerpt could best be replaced bySupple
Read these excerpts. the first is from part 1 of this three-part selection and the second is from part 2. how does the significance of the framed picture in Gregor’s room differIn the first excerpt Gregor admires the attractiveness of the woman while in…
While addressing Gregor through the locked bedroom door, the chief clerk implied that Gregor had beenStealing money and…
What does this excerpt indicate about Gregor’s awareness of himself at that pointHis consciousness…
What compelled Gregor to finally open the doorHe believed that his family was ready and willing to help him
What body part does Gregor use to hold and turn the object in this imageHis jaw
His jawMacabre
Matter-of-fact
Based on Gregor’s attitudes and actions in the selection, his locked door is a symbol representing which two of the following things?His mistrust of his family
His alienation from his family
Based on this excerpt, why was Gregor comforted at the thought of the doctor and the locksmith?He was certain that they would help him reconnect to people.

From Human to Insect / The Metamorphosis Part 3

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This selection is mainly about how Gregor’s transformationRepulsed…
In this excerpt, the word “soughing” could best be replaced byMurmer
Gregor managed to open the door by doing which two of the following things?Using the motion of his body to turn…
Using his head to weigh down the door…
Read these two excerpts. The first is from part 1 of the selection and the second is from part 3. the fog first..The fog enveloping represents…
The fog lifting represents Gregors…
Read this excerpt. Which two things does it imply about Gregor’s fatherHe enjoyed a kind of leisure that…
He expected Gregor to provide for…
A photo on a wall in the salsa house depicted a person holding the object in this image. who was that personGregor samsa
Read these two excerpts. The first is from part 2 of this three-part selection and the second is from part 3. What do they suggest about Gregor and the chief…Prior to his transformation…
In literature, the climax is the point at which the conflict reaches its peak, thus turning the rising…The chief clerk looked back at Gregor for the last time then ran screaming…
The mood at the end of the selection can best be described asTurbulent and painful
Read these two excerpts from part 1. Gregor stated that if it wasn’t for his parents’ debt, he would have…It had actually been the practice…
What do these excerpts about Gregor’s sister, in combination with her absence in this selection, suggest?Like Gregor, she also had a sense of alienation from the family.

Demining: A Slow, Dangerous Business

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This selection is mainly aboutWhat landmines are, how they became a problem, and what people are doing now to work toward a solution
Read this excerpt. The author’s intention for including this line in the text is toGive a balanced point of view about an optimistic new development that could address landmines.
In this quote from the text, the word “barbarous” most closely meansAtrocious
Which two of the following statements about the “Rains Patent” are most accurateThe rains patent is a modern iteration of the explosive devices used to defend the Chinese Song Dynasty.
Use of devices made with this patent increased globally following their debut in the American Civil War.
Which of the following sentences most accurately compares these two excerptsThe first excerpt offers early accounts of landmines’ destructiveness, while the second offers a more recent account pointing to landmines’ problematic legacy.

A REALLY Long Race

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What is the main idea of this selection?Ultra-marathon running is a sport that requires both physical strength and a positive mentality.
Based on the text, why is the Self-Transcendence 3,100-Race held on a short, looping course?To ensure medical attention can be administered in a timely manner.
Why is “Self-Transcendence” an appropriate name for the 3,100 race?Runners must exceed their mental and physical limits.
Why was Stage Five considered to be the “most interminable” leg of The Last Desert race in 2008? It was to cover over 60 miles, the longest leg of the race.
Based on this selection, what condition is this dehydrated runner displaying?Bonking.
In this excerpt, Karnaze’s of his experience in Antarctica has a tone ofebullience.
Which sentence supports the author’s claim that ultra-marathon runners can overcome injury with positive thinking?The runner meditated each day so that she could complete the race with a good attitude, despite her serious injuries.
Why was it so amazing that Kyung Tae Song finished the Four Deserts Series?Song was blind, deaf, and had been severely depressed, but found a purpose in finishing all the races.
Why does the author mention the $12,000 entrance fee for The Last Desert Race?to highlight the challenging logistics of conducting a race in the arctic.
When the fifth stage of The Last Race was canceled, you could tell that not all the runners were disappointed they didn’t have to run in an arctic storm.

High-Risk Competitions

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What is the main ideaExtreme sports involve a high level of inherent danger
Choose the sentence in this excerpt that best summarizes its main ideaExtreme sports are often based on traditional sports…
Based on this selection, what distinguishes extreme sports…They involve more uncontrollable environmental variables…
Based on this selection, an experienced extreme athlete would… in which two areas?Risk Management
Psychological composure…
Based on what you read, which extreme athlete has a connection… (Great Wall)…Danny Way
Which sentence most strongly supports the author’s contentionSarah Burke had been considered
What do these two excerpts indicate about extreme sports… Media and marketing campaigns have transformed extreme sports…
Put these developments in the history of extreme sports in order, from earliest to most recent…– Hawaiian natives invent surfing.
– Sir Edmund Hillary summits Mount Everest.
– Four men bungee jump from a bridge in England.
– The first X Games are held…
In this excerpt, Warren’s quote has a tone of…Candidness…
Based on what have you read, you can tell that Xpogo is…Similar to most extreme sports because it modifies a traditional sport…

Job Hunting 101

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The main idea of this story isethical behavior is a major component of the job search process.
An ethical person most likelywill demonstrate a high level of integrity on the job.
It is acceptable to highlight your accomplishments on your resume because of all the following reasons exceptlisting all your accomplishments will make you look better than you really are.
This story suggests that which of the following should be excluded from the resume of a college student who is about to graduate?details about the student’s travel to foreign countries
Which of the following students is exercising proper etiquette and ethics when meeting with professionals?male medical student meets with a doctor in a city hospital. He arrives on time, wearing a lab coat over his street clothes. He sends a thank-you note.
If an interviewer asks what salary you expect, you should respond by saying“I’m sure your company pays a competitive salary for this position.”
A major drawback to online job recruitment isemployers cannot distinguish serious from casual applicants.
During the interview process, it is unethical tocriticize or downplay another job candidate’s qualifications.
Accepting an interview for a job you do not really want results in all of the following exceptthe vacant position will be filled quickly and with the best candidate.
If you decide to turn down a job offer, you should nottake your time notifying the employer

Zap Actions Spark a Movement / ACT UP: Organizing for LGBT Rights

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What is the central idea of this selection?In order to enact social change, gay activists switched from modeling respectability to a strategy focused on directly confronting public figures.
In the context of this selection, the term “zap action” refers to…Protests that focused on directly confronting public figures and gaining media attention.
Read this excerpt. Which two of the following most strongly support that Mark Segal’s protest at CBS news influenced the public’s view of gay rights?Mark Segal’s action in front of an audience of 60 million viewers // Walter Cronkite’s decision to take LGBT rights more seriously and speak up for them
Choose the sentence that acknowledges that during the early stages of gay liberation movement some members of the LGBT community had negative perception of using zaps as a tool for social change.As GAA activist Arthur Evans explained, at first the greater LGBT community was “disturbed at the demonstrators for rocking the boat,” but eventually this turned into “anger [and] a sense of class consciousness.”
Read this excerpt. What does the phrase “assimilationist goals” mean in the context of this excerpt?Early gay rights groups tried to gain acceptance by creating gradual change inside current societal frameworks instead of confronting them.

The Women Pilots of WWII / A First For Female Pilots

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Which statement expresses the central idea of this selection?Women played an unprecedented role as World War II pilots at a time when air warfare was intensifying
Why does the author describe Melitta Schiller and Hanna Reitsch as having the “rare position” of working for the German military?Both women worked for the German Air Force at a time when laws kept most women in the home
In 1935 the US government hired commercial pilot Nancy Love to air mark the country. This describes aNavigation aid for pilots
Read this excerpt from the text and one other. Based on these excerpts, you can reasonably conclude that Cornelia fort wasTraining a new pilot for the us military the day of the attack on Pearl Harbor
The United States military began using aircraft in WWI. Based on these two excerpts which two of the following show what changed in WWIIThe nature of air warfare
• Having secretly built up its Air Force

The Mystical City

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What is the main idea of this selection?The natural rights of man are often in jeopardy because of greed.
What does this excerpt tell you about the beliefs of the Piro Indians?They derived their beliefs from traditional tribal stories and mythical legends.
Why was Uini insulted that first day when he awoke in confinement?His captors did not treat him like a guest and offered him an inferior meal.
After Uini grew fully into manhood, his attitude toward Saramama changedfrom trust to skepticism.
What is meant by description of Paititi as “existing both within and beyond the limits of space and time”?The city possesses both physical and spiritual characteristics.
What was the author’s purpose in writing this story?to show how an ancient culture chose to survive despite the odds
In this excerpt, the author describes the initial stage of Uini’s quest by creating a mood ofconfidence.
Based on this selection, you can deduce that Uini’s tribepossessed a deep respect for nature.
When Uini finally discovers the Lost City of Paititi, he has the revelation thatthose who don’t respect the earth degrade their own environment.
In the end, Uini learnedto distrust hollow promises to protect his people’s homeland.

From Clunky to Sleek

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What is the main…TV is undergoing dramatic…
Based on this excerpt…Increasingly personal
Encouraging socialization
Based on information…It will become an…
What does the word “pale”…To lose significance
What does the author mean…They have resulted in…
Why does the author mention “Sesame Street?”To provide an example of how children’s programs are becoming more interactive.

Super-Tall, Super-Expensive

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What is the central idea of this selection?New skyscrapers introduced to the skyline have been met with both positive and negative reactions.
Read these two excerpts. Which one of the following statements is correct?People disagree on the effect shadows caused by new skyscrapers will have on the city.
The author uses similes to help readers visualize the new towers. Choose the two sentences from the following excerpt that use this device.Poking up above the Manhattan skyline like etiolated beanpoles, they seem to defy the laws…
They stand like exposed elevator shafts awaiting their floors…
I forgot the questionSomething about air rights without public use
Which of the following statements best confirms the impact the current zoning policy has on the development of the pencil-thin towers?It allows builders to use the airspace
Put these policies in order in which they occurred, from first to lastSetback requirements
Sky exposure plane rule
Floor area ratio rule
Air rights

The Panama Canal

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What is the main idea of this selection?The Panama Canal is an extraordinary feat of engineering and construction that was built despite enormous obstacles…
Which of the following was the most significant hindrance in recruiting and retaining labor for construction in Panama?The prevalence of diseases in the region…
Which word best describes Ferdinand de Lesseps at the beginning of his Panama Canal project?Grandiose…
In which two ways did Ferdinand de Lesseps’ plan for a canal differ from the American plan?The Charges river would be diverted The mountain would be leveled to below sea level…
Why was Dr. Gorgas able to eradicate yellow fever?Researchers identified mosquitoes as carriers of the disease…
Why did the California gold rush trigger the need for a quicker route between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans?Time-consuming and arduous…
Put these events in the construction of the Panama Canal in the order in which they occurred, starting with the earliest…The construction of a railroad The failure of the French canal project The eradication of yellow fever The completion of a manmade lake…
What was the author’s purpose in describing the difficulties in building the Panama railroad?To foreshadow what the canal builders would face…
Which of the following best expresses the lesson Ferdinand de Lesseps might draw from his Panama Canal experience?Appearances are deceiving…
Chooses the sentence in this excerpt that contains a figure of speech called a simile…The completion of the railroad energized the canal movement like a gust of wind to a wildfire…

What’s A Biopolis?

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What is the main idea of this selection?The governments of many countries play an important role in delivering high-quality STEM programs to their students.
Based on this selection, countries on which continent are producing a profusion of high-quality candidates for jobs in the STEM fields?Asia
In this excerpt, which words create a vibrant image of the Biopolis complex?enticing and bubbling
Which sentence reflects the connection the author makes between STEM advances and a successful future for humanity?STEM innovations can provide us with the tools we need to maximize human health, safety, and quality of life.
Which of the following would most likely describe a STEM job candidate?critical thinker and problem-solver
What can be considered a main cause of Singapore’s success in biotechnology?government-sanctioned educational initiatives
Which sentence supports the author’s claim that establishing relationships between climatic and ecosystem changes are important?Scientists can illustrate specific consequences of climate change and how they may affect people, animals, and plants, influencing government policies and practices.
The author compares Singapore’s Biopolis toan ideal place for stimulating innovative ideas.
The educational philosophy of A*STAR could be best described as based on hands-on andcollegial experiences.
In this excerpt, the phrase “all hands on deck” refers toa concentrated effort by a variety of people.

The Amazing Human Brain

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What is the main idea of this selectionThe ever-changing human brain constantly responds to its environment…
Based on this selection, what is the overall role of neuronsThey gather information and transmit it as signals between the nervous system…
When the author of the selections states that the brain’s “simper” processes deserve some credit, to which two of the following functions was he referringVoluntary actions, such as brushing your…
Involuntary processes, such as breathing
Put the following steps required to jump over a mud puddle in order from first to lastYour brain processes the visual image…
Your brain retrieves memories of your…
Your brain confirms that the puddle is…
Your brain directs your body’s muscles…
What type of cell does our brain use to control muscle movementMotor neurons
Based on this selection, what do researchers from Harvard believe causes the brain function responses involved in the placebo effectTherapeutic encounters
Based on this excerpt, what evidence did neuroscientist find that convinced them the placebo effect is not merely psychologicalThe placebo effect results in changes in brain activity and chemistry
How could repurposing visual sections of the brain in blind people result in their developing virtuosic talentsPreviously visual sections now focus their resources on processing other senses…
Read this excerpt. how could models of computer architecture based on organization of the human brain be more effective than old architectures based on sequential operationsDistributing functions between many parallel processors reduces overloading a single point and increases processing efficiency and speed
Based on this excerpt, which two of these statements about human positivity research are validResearch…ambiguous…positivity APPEARS
Results…on positive emotions SEEM TO…
The bottlenecking effect that can occur during times of peak used in computer architectures based in sequential operation an analogous to aTraffic Jam
Why does the author draw similarities between functions of the brain and superpowers of fictional characters?To illustrate how amazing the brains abilities are as well as the potential for further discovery into its function

Observing Animal Behavior

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What is the main idea of this selectionThe scientific notion that animals possess the ability to think, feel, and learn as…
Which of the following could be considered an obstacle to the widespread acceptance of Charles Darwin’s ideas about animal cognition in the early 20th centuryCognitive behaviorists’…
It can be considered “ironic that animals like birds, dogs, and dolphins are now considered by most…For much of history it was believed that…
Read this excerpt. based on how it is used, what does the word “taboo” most closely mean in the second…Abhorred
In this excerpt, the tone of the scientist could best be described asSkeptical
Put these milestones in the development of modern animal cognition theory in order, starting with the first.Charles Darwin published his book…
Dr. Thomas Struhsaker established his…
Dr. Peperberg taught Alex the African…
Dr. John piles taught his border collie to…
Based on the research of Dr. Seyfarth, Dr. Cheney, Dr. Marker, and Dr. Struhskar, the screams of wild vervet…Emitting distinct calls of alarm
Choose the sentence in this excerpt that illustrates just how many words Chaser the border collie learned…Remarkably, Chaser can distinguish each of the 800 toy animals, 116 balls, and 26…
Read the following excerpt. Why does the author say that Dr. Pile mentioned that “he hasn’t used one morsel of food to entice chaser to learn in his 10 years…To challenge the typical day training method of using food by explaining…
Based on this excerpt, Dr. Pepper Berg’s lab seems to most closely resemble aKindergarten classroom

A Man, A Dog, And A Glacier

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What is the main idea of this selection?People and animals like dogs have more in common than first meets the eye.
Based on this excerpt, the narrator’s attitude toward nature could be best described asebullient.
This piece of writing is best described as ajournal or diary outlining a real-life event in the narrator’s life.
In this excerpt, what phrase could replace the words “polished bosses”?smooth rocky surfaces
Based on this selection, the lake and rock debris in this image is most likely evidence ofglacial movement.
In this selection, the narrator and dog are alike because they bothhave nightmares after their close call on the glacier.
The narrator had to coax Stickeen to traverse the narrow bridge becausethe dog could sense the danger and hesitated to proceed.
Which sentence best illustrates the narrator using his knowledge to navigate nature?The longitudinal lines of the glacier itself were my main guides.
Why does the narrator describe leaping the chasms as “at once frightful and inspiring”?The narrator knows that he could get hurt if he falls into a chasm, but is impressed that he can jump over the dangerous obstacles.
When the author describes the dog running around, “swirling like autumn leaves in an eddy,”what figure of speech is he using?simile

The Museum of Trickey

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What is the main idea of this selection?Forgery in its many forms
Why was the West German magazine’s printing of…Journalists did not fulfill their ethical…
Which two features are utilized in Canada’s…Two lines of microtype, Hundreds of tiny moose hoofprints.
In what way has counterfeit money been used as a war tactic?To lower the value of the enemy’s currency.
Based on this selection, what are superdollars?Forged U.S. dollars that are nearly indistinguishable from real dollars.
Why were British counterfeiters in the…Because of their ability to push fake currency into circulation.
Place the following in the order in which…a – Roman artists…
b – Albrecht Durer…
c – Rembrandt cemented…
d – An artist…
This excerpt makes the point that…Photographs that appear even in reputable media outlets cannot be assumed to be authentic.
Which sentence reflects the view…Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
Choose the sentence in this excerpt that explains how software companies can help prevent counterfeiting of money.In addition, software programs…

A Father’s Memory

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What is the main idea of this selection?A businessman grapples with the untimely death of his young son years
Read these excerpts. what do they suggest about the two men’s attitudes and charactersThe first explains how Woodfield admired the chairman while the
Based on this excerpt, what did Woodfield and the chairman have in commonBoth lost sons during wartime
Choose the sentence in this excerpt that shows this selection is being told by a third-person omniscientPoor old guy
What does the animal shown in this image have to do with this selection?The narrator compares the chairman’s servant to this faithful and eager animal
Read these paragraphs from this selection. in the second paragraph, the chairman stated that hisHis luxurious new office indicated the exact opposite
What was the chairman’s attitude regarding the photograph of his son?He saw it as inaccurate
At what point did the chairman notice the fly?As he rose to look at his son’s photograph
What do chairman’s interaction with the fly suggest about him?He was capable of inflicting anguish and misery to satisfy his own curiosity
Based on this excerpt at the end of the selection, what two things happened to the chairmanNone of his problems were resolved he lapsed into forgetfulness

Leaning in, Digging Deep

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Which statement best expresses the central idea of this selection?Despite obstacles that remain, women of color are making significant breakthroughs at leadership levels.
Read this excerpt from the selection and one from the other source. Based on these excerpts you can conclude thatWith regard to representation in politics, the U.S. lags behind much of the world in female leadership.
Choose two sentences that most strongly suggest the influence of “gendered racism” in the cooperate world.According to a 2016 survey, women of color make up just 3 percent…
More than two-thirds of Fortune 500 companies have no women of color on their boards.
This excerpt from the selection provides an example ofIntersectionality
In this excerpt, the authors use the word “microaggression” to describeEveryday actions and comments that express negative bias to the target person or group.
In this excerpt, the author includes critic bell hooks’ reaction to “Lean In” to emphasize hooks’ criticism of Sandberg’sTone deafness regarding intersectionality.
Look at this image. Coral Moseley Braun, shown here, made U.S. history more than once. As one example of her achievements, in1992 she became the first African American woman elected to the U.S. Senate.

Breeding a Problem / The Quintessential Fur Babies

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The central focus of this selection is…An ethical quandary at the intersection of animal welfare and human culture.
The author includes this excerpt in the selection primarily for the purpose of…Warning readers against the normalization of health problems in ‘bratty’ dog breeds
Read this excerpt from the selection. Hemivertebrae in flat-faced dogs is an example of…An unintended consequence of inbreeding.
Based on what you have read about the consequences of inbreeding, it’s likely that…Nature tends toward diversity to prevent the buildup of recessive genes.
In this excerpt, the author describes the…Inherent irony involved in breeding purebred dogs means to fit a certain appearance.

Research Unlimited

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What is the main idea of this selectionThe governments of many countries…
Why has Singapore been producing a profusion of high-quality candidates for jobs in the STEM fieldsFor almost five decades, the government has stressed an understanding of the…
Put the following educational landmarks in historical order, starting with earliestThe government of Singapore focuses…
Singapore’s agency for science, tech…
A*STAR encourages Singaporean and…
President Obama launches an initiative…
In this excerpt, which words create a vibrant image of the biopolis complexEnticing and bubbling
Which sentence reflects the connection the author makes between STEM advances and a successful future for humanitySTEM innovations can provide us with the tools we need to maximize human health, safety, and quality of life
Which of the following would most likely describe a STEM job candidateCritical thinker and imaginative problem-solver
Choose the sentence that explains how schools could enhance educational equality among students, thus creating social justiceSince those working in the STEM fields…
What benefits do female engineering students receive from being part of ewha’s “hands-on” research programThey can perform studies to further…
They get state of the art experience…
The author compares Singapore’s biopolis toAn ideal place for stimulating innovative ideas
In this excerpt, the phrase “all hands on deck” refers toA concentrated effort by a variety of people

Global Investigation Finds Dirty Secret/A Failing Recycling System

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The central idea of this text is thatU.S. plastic waste is taking a human toll on the countries receiving that plastic
Read this excerpt from the text. Based on what you have read, you can reasonably conclude thatIt is easier for the United States to ship plastic waste overseas than find ways to reduce plastic use
Authors may use irony to contrast what is expected with what actually happened. Which of the following descriptions from the text is an example of irony?The pile of plastic trash in Hanoi with a plastic bag from New Jersey that urges people to recycle
Read these two excerpts. As some countries ban the import of plastic waste,Countries that had not dealt with U.S. plastic will become overwhelmed by the problem
Experts have found Malaysia to be “the most frightening example: of U.S. plastic overwhelming a country. Based on what you have read, this includes which two factors?Enormous heaps of plastic waste left behind by illegal business operations
Illegal plastics-processing factories emitting fumes that are toxic to people who live in that area

A Father’s Memory

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What is the main idea of this selection?A businessman grapples with the untimely death of his young son years.
Read these excerpts. what do they suggest about the two men’s attitudes and characters…The first explains how Woodfield admired the chairman while the.
Based on this excerpt, what did Woodfield and the chairman have in common…Both lost sons during wartime.
Choose the sentence in this excerpt that shows this selection is being told by a third-person omniscient…Poor old guy.
What does the animal shown in this image have to do with this selection…The narrator compares the chairman’s servant to this faithful and eager animal.
Read these paragraphs from this selection. in the second paragraph, the chairman stated that his…His luxurious new office indicated the exact opposite.
What was the chairman’s attitude regarding the photograph of his son…He saw it as inaccurate.
At what point did the chairman notice the fly…As he rose to look at his son’s photograph.
What do chairman’s interaction with the fly suggest about him…He was capable of inflicting anguish and misery to satisfy his own curiosity.
Based on this excerpt at the end of the selection, what two things happened to the chairman…None of his problems were resolved he lapsed into forgetfulness.

How We Talk About Sports / Stop Stereotyping Athletes Part 1

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This selection is mainly aboutHow journalists in sports media can shape positive and negative…
The author included a paragraph featuring Dr. Robert A. Bennett III following several paragraphs about…Provide another expert’s reflections on Frisby’s findings, and to offer…
In this sentence from the selection, the word “repercussions” most closely meansImpacts
Which one of the following best describes the relationship between these two experts from the textBoth excerpts provide evidence that suggests racism…
A “tomahawk chop” and “reface” can be classified asNegative imagery that perpetuates harmful stereotypes of Native Americans…

Sharks! Part 1

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This selection primarily presents readers withAn informative lesson on shark anatomy, life history, and evolution into unique species.
According to the text, sharks possess which two of the following legacies?Sharks, one of the planet’s first…
Sharks are top predators that…
This text is arrangedIn a highly organized way with headings and bullet points to display a collection of facts.
One might characterize cow sharks as “primitive” becauseTheir skeletons most closely resemble those of extinct ancient sharks and they have seven gill slits.
In this excerpt, the word “disservice” is best replaced byInjustice.
Read the following excerpts from the selection. How are they related?Both excerpts compare human senses to shark senses in order to highlight differences in human and shark physiology

Sharks! Part 2

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The central idea of this selection is thatDespite the fact that sharks have existed for millions of years, most modern sharks face a mounting risk of extinction due to issues people have created.
This text is best categorized asAn informational nonfiction article about sharks.
The object depicted in this image best representsSharks’ otoliths and vertebrae.
Compared to other shark species, the bonnethead sharkHas a remarkably vegetarian diet consisting of seagrass, crabs, shrimp, and fish.
In these two excerpts from the text, the author seeks toGive examples of different kinds of media that have adversely shaped humanity’s perception of sharks.

How We Talk About Sports / Stop Stereotyping Athletes Part 2

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What is the central idea of this selection?Efforts to challenge stereotypes in sports media seek to eliminate biases in athletics and beyond.
The word “slur” in this excerpt most closely meansInsult
Why does the author include this excerpt in the text?To show that opposition to stereotypes is not universal, even in communities that are subject to stereotyping.
Based on this selection, the stereotype described in this excerpt is an example ofA positive stereotype
How did Stanford University’s approach to dealing with Native American stereotypes in college sports differ from the University of Illinois’ approach?Stanford University changed its team name, while the University of Illinois kept its name but changed its mascot.

Robert F. Kennedy at Cape Town

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What was Robert Kennedy’s primary purpose for making this speech?To inspire the youth in South Africa and around the world to work for progressive change
Kennedy said, “In the last five years we have done more to assure equality to our Negro citizens and to help the deprived, both white and black, than in the hundred years before that time.” What evidence in this excerpt supportsThe passage of laws prohibiting racial discrimination.
In his speech, Robert Kennedy outlines four dangers he believes the National Union of South African Students faces. List these dangers in the order in which Kennedy recites them, from first to last.Futility
Expediency
Timidity
Comfort
Robert Kennedy said “the belief there is nothing one man or one woman can do against the enormous array of the world’s ills — against misery, against ignorance, or injustice and violence” is incorrect. What evidence did he provide to support his statement?He lists great movements in history sparked by the actions of individuals.
If Robert Kennedy had given a speech at the United Nations covering the same topics, how might his tone have differed?He might have expressed a harsher view of the South African government for its resistance to ending Apartheid.
Robert Kennedy states that it is vital to “recognize the full human equality of all of our people”Because on a moral basis it is the right thing to do

Playing Inventively

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The central idea of the selection isSeemingly trivial, seemingly frivolous pastimes had actually led to a disproportionate number of world changing events and ideas.
The author says, “You will find the future wherever people are having the most fun.” Based on his reasoning, what will the popular “Pokemon Go” result in?Augmented reality
According to the selection, what is the “hummingbird effect”?The set of changes that come unexpectedly as the result of a new idea or invention.
Which one of the following sentences from the text best persuades the reader of the importance of play?General intelligence in human beings or in other mammals often corresponds to the amount of playtime they have in their childhood.
According to the selection, fashion and shopping, music, taste, illusions, games, and public space are all examples ofLeisure activities with hidden productivity.

John Muir and Stickeen

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What is the main idea of this selection?Overcoming the challenges of nature can be exhilarating for both humans and.
Based on this excerpt, the narrator’s attitude toward nature could be…Enthralled.
When observing a rushing stream during a storm, Muir described it as…Musical.
This piece of writing is best described as a…Journal outlining a real-life event in the narrator’s life.
In this excerpt, what phrase could replace the words “polished bosses”…Smooth rocky surfaces.
Based on this selection, the lake, and rock debris in this image…Glacial movement.
The narrator had to coax sticker to traverse the narrow bridge because of the dog…Could sense the danger and hesitated to proceed.
Choose the sentence in this excerpt that best illustrates the narrator using his knowledge to…The longitudinal lines of the glacier itself were my main guides.
Why does the narrator describe leaping the chasms as…The narrator knows that he could get hurt, but is impressed that he can jump.
Based on this selection, Muir and Stickeen’s relationship could best be described as a…Caring partnership.

Alan Turing: An Exceptional Man

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What is the main idea of this selection?An odd scientist played a key role in defeating Nazi Germany and developing the computer.
What impact did Turing’s research have on the outcome of World War II?It enabled the Allies to defeat Germany in many key battles.
All of the following are characteristics exhibited by turing. Which two were most helpful to the British government?His anti-war sentiments.
His expertise in cryptology and mathematics.
The author mentions that Turing chained his tea cup to a radiator toOffer an example of his idiosyncratic personality.
Put these events from Turing’s life in the order in which they occurred, from first to last.Turing joined the British Anti-War Movement.
Turing published his paper entitled, “On Commutable Numbers,” which introduced the idea of a computer-like machine.
Turing joined Britain’s Government Code and Cypher School.
Turing visited the United States to view a speech encryption system.
Read this part from the selection. What can be inferred about Turing’s mother based on this excerpt?She was aware that her son’s interests differed from the interests of other boys his age, and she was willing to document those differences
Turing’s colleagues called him “prof” becauseHis shabby appearance reminded them of a professor.
Which statement offers the best summary of information in this excerpt?In Britain in the 1920’s, an education in the classics was more valued than one in science.
The Enigma machine wasUsed by Nazi Germany to encrypt secret messages.
How is this monarch connected to Alan Turing?She granted a royal pardon to Turing after his death.
In 2009, the British government publicly apologized to Turing. Which two of the following statements best describe why the apology was warranted?Turing was denied appropriate recognition for his wartime service.
Turing was persecuted for his sexual orientation
Choose the sentence that confirms the idea that Turing believed that the human mind was more powerful than a machine.“Turing was somewhat dismissive of U.S cryptologists at the time…”
The tone of this selection is best described asReverent and compassionate.

On Writing a Dictionary

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What was Johnson’s primary purpose…To explain
Reread this excerpt. The tone…A dry humor
What was Johnson’s opinion of the English language…He found…
Johnson’s original plans…Was concerned…
Which of the following best describes…Reading the works of…
Johnson admitted…The nature…
Some shortcomings…
How does this image…While reviewing…
What does this excerpt reveal…He began his work with the intention…
The first excerpt…Johnson believed…
Johnson stated…Wrote the dictionary…

Jack Johnson: His Own Man

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This selection is mainly about the1910 fight between Jack Johnson and Jim Jeffries.
Imagine you are a black person living in America in the early 1900s, the time period described in this selection. Which two of the following customs would be a part of your daily life?Use different facilities than whites
Show your submission and respect to whites
Put these events in the life of Jack Johnson in the order in which they occurred, from first to last.He won a heavyweight championship by defeating Canadian fighter Tommy burns.
He won a heavyweight championship by defeating Jim Jeffries.
He traveled to Paris to continue his boxing career.
He lost a heavyweight championship to Jess Willard.
Prior to the establishment of a “color line” in the late 1880sAfrican Americans played on Major League Baseball teams.
Read this excerpt. Why does the author mention the Plessy vs. Ferguson U.S. Supreme Court case?To explain the crowd’s reaction to Johnson
Why was the bout between Jack Johnson and Jim Jeffries anticipated as “The Fight of the Century”?Due to racial attitudes of the time it was seen as a battle for the nation’s soul.
How does the author seek to convince the reader that the popular image of Johnson as a brute was unjustified?By noting that Johnson was an avid reader and skilled musician
Why did African Americans celebrate Johnson’s victory over Jeffries?His victory struck a blow to the prevailing notion of white supremacy
Why did Tommy Burns eventually relent and offer Johnson a shot at the championship?A promoter willing to meet Burns’ demand for $30,000 was found.
This excerpt states that Johnson’s presence in the ring was enough to incite the crowd. Choose the sentence that best summarizes why.“He served as a repudiation of a belief system they had no desire to question.”
Which prizefighter described in this selection idolized the man in this image?Jack Johnson

Architects of the Web

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What is the main idea of this selection?The Internet allows a vast body of collective knowledge to be accessible to anyone.
Which of the following organizations was responsible for creating the World Wide Web?CERN
Which of the following events triggered the rise of Internet Service Providers?The ARPANET was decommissioned.
Place these events in the development of the Internet in the order in which they occurred, from first to last.Early networking between computers involved digitizing information into quantified units called bits.
The U.S. Department of Defense set the groundwork for what would become the ARPANET.
NASA worked with SPAN to create the NASA Science Internet, connecting scientists in the first worldwide network.
Commerce restrictions were lifted, giving rise to Internet Service Providers.
Why was the term “bandwidth” so important to the development of the Internet?All networking channels have a limitation on the rate they transmit data.
Choose the sentence in this excerpt that summarizes the concept upon which Newton was able to hypothesize the laws of motion.“Working under the premise that Earth is one of many planets orbiting the Sun at the center of our solar system, Newton was able to articulate the laws of motion dictating the orbit of planets, stars, and other celestial bodies.”
In the opening paragraph, the author reviews the accomplishments of Isaac Newton to make the point thatAll discoveries are built off of a collective body of knowledge.
What effect has competition among private-sector technology companies had on the availability of computers and Internet connections?It’s driven down the costs of these technologies, making them more accessible.
Which of the following does the author use to support his statement on the rapid rise of Internet use in households?U.S. Census Bureau reports
What does the place in this image have to do with the selection?It’s the place from which the first digital message was sent.
In these excerpts, the author explains the importance of the printing press and the Internet. Why were both developments pivotal points during the information revolution?Both expanded public access to a vast body of collective knowledge

Storms in Outer Space

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What is the main ideaSpace weather comes in form…
The monitoring, tracking, and forecasting…Space Weather Prediction, and National Oceanic and Atmospheric…
To predict storms, forecasters…Massive explosions on the sun’s surface
The text states the biggest solar storms arise…A bubble of plasma expelled by the sun
Which statement best summarizes the effect of space…Space weather changes the transmission paths of HF…
Choose the sentence in this paragraph that uses simileThese smaller scale instabilities…
How do ionosphere scintillations differ from…They are not associated with any sort of space weather…
The text states that in the presence of plasma…The loss of intensity or potency through a medium
What phenomenon does the image showThe collision of…
The need for space weather monitoring…Our increasing reliance on satellite dependent technology…
How can space weather impact earth?Solar storms can cause fluctuations of electrical…
How do these two excerpts compare to or contrast with each other?Both explain how GPS communications…
Based on this selection, what is the most significant distinction between space weather and terrestrial weather?Space weather has the potential to impact

Super-Speed Collisions

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What is the main idea of this selection?Discoveries at the LHC contribute to formulating a Unified Field Theory
What is another name for the Unified Field Theory?Theory of everything
In this image, which fundamental interaction is responsible for attracting the electron?Electromagnetism
What does a particle accelerator use to propel clusters of isolated protons to extremely high velocities?Superconductive magnets
Put the steps in a particle collision at the LHC in order, from first to lastIsolated protons are released into a tunnel
Superconductive magnets propel protons
Protons reach a very high velocity
Protons collide into each other at seven designated points
Based on this excerpt, how does positive beta decay work to stabilize a nucleus within an atom?By converting a proton into a neutron
The tone of this quote By Albert Einstein illustrates the physicist’sInsight and eloquence
In this concluding paragraph, what was the author’s purpose for mentioning the graviton?To confirm that the graviton is the next step toward advancing a Unified Field Theory.

Breaking Barriers in the Military

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Which one of the following statements best expresses the central idea of this selection?Women have performed crucial work in the military for centuries and continue to break barriers in the armed forces.
Based on these two excerpts, while Margaret Corbin received a lifetime pension (pay) for her service in the Revolutionary War, women who served in World War IWere denied veteran benefits until a law was passed decades later
Based on what you have read, which one of the following statements describes an irony of women in the U.S military?Women have fought for their nation since the 1700s, but could not enroll in military academies until 1975
The first digital computer was introduced in 1946. Personal computers became common in the 1980s. This relates to Dorothy Blum’s work for the National Security Agency byUnderscoring the transformative change her work brought to intelligence collection
Women have served in the U.S military since the civil war. Place these events in orderThe first woman in U.S military history attained the rank of
Women who served in World War I were granted veteran status
The U.S. Military Academy graduated its first female class
The number of military occupants open to women

The Art Of Deception

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What is the main idea of this selection?Forgery in its many forms.
Why was the West German magazine’s printing of…Journalists did not fulfill their ethical responsibility.
Which two features are utilized in Canada’s…Two lines of micro type, Hundreds of tiny moose hoofprints.
In what way has counterfeit money been used as a war tactic?To lower the value of the enemy’s currency.
Based on this selection, what are superdollars?Forged U.S. dollars that are nearly indistinguishable from real dollars.
Why were British counterfeiters in the…Because of their ability to push fake currency into circulation.
Place the following in the order in which…Roman artists.
Albrecht Durer.
Rembrandt cemented.
An artist.
Why does the author mention Canada’s $5 moose stamp?To show how the Canadian postal service designed the stamp to frustrate forgers.
This excerpt makes the point that…Photographs that appear even in reputable media outlets cannot be assumed to be authentic.
Which sentence reflects the view…Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
Choose the sentence in this excerpt that explains how software companies can help prevent the counterfeiting of money…In addition, software programs.

Wretched Lives Part 1

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This selection uses a character study of protagonist Jean Galilean to convey the main idea that theSocietal structure of 19th century France often turned decent people into…
The selection states that Jean Valjean had a “thoughtful but not gloomy disposition which constitutes the…He secretly paid a neighbor for the milk the children stole from her
What offense led to Jean Valjean’s arrestHe broke a window and stole a loaf of bread
Read this part from the selection. in it, what comparisons does the narrator draw between cities and the wildernessCities corrupt people’s humanity while…
Both can make people dangerous
Choose the sentence in this excerpt that indicates the extent officials went to dehumanize prisonersAll that had constituted his life, even to his name, was affected: he was no…
What happened to Jean Valjean’s sister after he was sent to prison in toulonShe moved to a poor street in Paris with only her youngest child
At one point the selection states, “What becomes a handful of leaves from the young tree which is sawed off at the root?” This analogy compared the handful…Valjean’s sister and her children
Valjean’s support for his sister and…
Why does the author include this aside in the selectionTo illustrate even mortal men will break the law if driven to the edge by fear…
The overall tone of this passage can best be described as reflecting theNarrator’s empathy toward those who are destitute and unfairly treated
Over the course of his time in prison, Jean Valjean’s sentence was extended fromFive years to nineteen years

Wretched Lives Part 2

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What is the main idea of this selectionJustice failed Jean Valjean, proving how…
How do these two excerpts work togetherIn the first excerpt Valjean acknowledges his wrongdoing while in…
In this excerpt, Jean Valjean compares life as hatred to, respectively,A war and a weapon
Who was in charge of the school at ToulonIgnorantin friars
This excerpt refers to Dante Alighieri, a famous Italian poet, and a major work he wrote. This literary device is calledAn allusion
The selection states about Jean Valjean, “at times he did not rightly know himself what he felt.” The effect depicted in this image serves as a symbol ofValjean’s ignorance
In this part of the selection, the word “essayed” meansAttempted
Choose the sentence in this excerpt that indicates jean Valjean may be capable of even later criminal actsThe point of departure, like the point of arrival, for all his thoughts was hatred…
The selection states, “When the heart is dry, the eye is dry” suggesting that jean Valjean’s transformationWas psychological and emotional
Which of the following best expresses the overall tone of this selectionPassionate outrage

No Jog in the Park / Alternative Foot Races

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What is the main idea of this selectionAlternative foot races are meant to challenge runners of all ages and…
Why has it become possible for tower runners to become after since the earliest tower-running races, such as the inaugural Empire State building run-up, were heldImproved nutrition, training, and education have contributed to tower runners’ abilities to run faster
What reason does the author give to support her statement that participating in the first Empire State Building Run-Up “was considered a privilege”?At the time, the building was the third-tallest building in the world.
Organizing and executing the inaugural tough cookie 8k trail race required several steps. put these steps in the order hankinson accomplished them, starting with the firstShe determined the theme of the race…
She complied with the requirements of…
She made the decision to hold the race…
She mapped a course for the race that…
According to the selection, the person in this photo would benefit most from which of the following charitiesLong Island greenbelt trail conference
If ranked in order from most competitive to least competitive, how would the three primary alternative foot races described in this excerpt be listedEmpire State building run-up, tough cookie 8k…
Third-place 1978 state building run-up finisher Paul fetcher defined his tower-running strategy asApe-like, drawing inspiration from a popular media icon associated with…
Choose the sentence in this excerpt that indicates the reason lebow selected the Empire State building as the location of the first tower run in the U.S.Defending his choice, lebow stated austerely, “No other building in the world has the charisma of the empire…
How do you know participant in the first tough mudder excused the organizers for the race’s early flaws?The successive surge in the race’s popularity suggests participants saw the flaws as minor and correctable.
Dean and Livingstone encountered all of the following challenges on the day of the first tough mudder exceptOvertly muddy conditions
The author of the selection writes that people primarily participate in alternative foot races for which two of the following reasonsThe races are accessible for athletes…
The races are enjoyable

The Decision

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This selection is mainly about aPrincess who must choose…
Why is this tribunal method of justice described as “semi-barbaric”The accused was free to make a…
Irony is a liter device in which the intended meaning of a word or phrase is opposite that of what is actually stated. which line or lines from this excerpt is an example of ironyThis was the king’s semi-barbaric…
How do these two passages from the selection work togetherThe first characterizes…
Of what is the young man accusedLoving the princess
Choose the two sentences in this excerpt that indicate why the king objected to the young man his daughter lovedThis royal maiden…
It so happened that among the kings…
The selection states, “But gold, and the power of a woman’s will, had brought the secret to the princess…She knew behind which door was the…
Place these events in order…The princess discovered…
The princess knew…
The princess and the accused…
The princess gave the young man…
In literature, conflict is a fight between two forces that adds tension to the plot. One conflict in this piece…The princess
The author left it to the readers to decide whether the lady or the tiger came out of the chosen door…Wanted readers to analyze the princess’ motivations…

The Lost City of Gold

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What is the main idea of this selectionThe natural rights of man are often…
Choose the sentence in this excerpt that best shows the Piro’s belief that man and nature are connected spirituallyUni learned that trees were revered friends, with the death of a tree…
Why was Uni insulted that first day when he awoke in confinementHis captors did not treat him like a guest and offered him an inferior meal
Based on this excerpt, after Uni grew fully into manhood, his attitude toward Saramama changedFrom trust to skepticism
In which two ways did the mohanese heal Uni of his illnessThey canted and gesticulated over him
They sucked his deceased breath from…
What is meant by the description of paititi as “existing both within and beyond the limits of space and time”?The city possessed both physical and spiritual characteristics
In this excerpt, the author describes the initial stage of Uni’s quest by creating a mood ofconfidence
Based on this selection, you can deduce that Uni’s tribePossessed a deep respect for nature
When Uni finally discovered the lost city of paititi, he has the revelation thatThose who don’t respect the earth degrade their own environment
Put these events of Uni’s journey of self-discovery in the correct order, starting with the earliest.Uni wakes up in a strange abode
Uni discovers the mythical city of paititi
A giant waddle carries Uni through the…
Uni turns his back on Saramama

The Most Destructive Material / The Hard Truth About Concrete Part 1

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Which statement best summarizes the central idea of this selection?Despite its extensive presence and its numerous benefits…
In this selection, the author describes concrete as “an unyielding ally…Dualistic nature
Which detail from the selection best supports the claim that concrete is an “environmental downside?”Concrete is a thirsty behemoth, sucking up almost 1/10 of the world’s industrial water use.
From this except, you can conclude that japan’s use of concrete has been determined asCounterproductive
This excerpt of this selection presents a specific point of view about concrete usage…It also worsens the problem of silicosis and other respiratory diseases
Read this excerpt. The author included this excerpt in the selection most likely toEmphasize the extensiveness of concrete use in the world

The Most Destructive Material / The Hard Truth About Concrete Part 2

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The central focus of this selection is theVarious ways concrete development impacts countries around the world.
In this excerpt, the author creates a mood ofResignation
Choose the one sentence in this excerpt that shows how Paulo Maluf personally benefited from corrupt construction practices.As well as taking credit for this project, which opened in 1969, he also allegedly skimmed…
Which sentence from the selection supports the author’s claim that moving away from a concrete-oriented focus to a nature-based one is crucial?That requires tackling power structures that have been built on concrete and recognizing that fertility is a more reliable base for growth than solidity.
Based on your understanding of this excerpt, what does the comparison the author uses imply about countries’ use of concrete?While the intentions are good, the overall effect of concrete has generated more detriment than benefit.

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