Brainning

Quention 1-3

Question 1
1. The combination of carbon dioxide and water to form sugar results in an excess of ?
a. water
B. OXYGENO
c. carbon
d. chlorophyl

2. Which process is the opposite of photosynthesis?
a. decomposition
b. synthesization
c. diffusion
D. RESPIRATION

3. In photosynthesis, energy from the sun is?
A. CHANGED TO CHEMICAL ENERGY
b. conducted from the xylem to the leaves of green plants
c. not necessary to the process
d. released one to one for each molecule of carbon dioxide used

4. The word stored in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to?
A. RETAINED
b. converted
c. discovered
d. specified

5. The word their in paragraph 2 refers to?
a. radiant energy and chemical energy
B. CARBON DIOXIDE AND WATER
c. products
d. complex substances

6. The word successively in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to?
a. with effort
B. IN A SEQUENCE
c. slowly
d. carefully

7. Besides the manufacturer of food for plants, what is another benefit of photosynthesis?
A. it produces solar energy
B. it diffuses additional carbon dioxide into the air
C. IT MAINTAINS A BALANCE OF GASES IN THE ATMOSPHERE
D. it removes harmful gases from the air

8. Which of the following is NOT true of the oxygen used in photosynthesis?
A. OXYGEN IS ABSORBED BY THE ROOTS
b. oxygen is the product of photosynthesis
c. oxygen is used in respiration
d. oxygen is released into the atmosphere through the leaves

9. Which title best expresses the ideas in this passage?
a. chemical equation
B. TEH PROCESS OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS
c. the parts of vascular plants
d. the production of sugar

Question 2
1. Why were the prizes named for Alfred Bernhard Nobel?
A. HE LEFT THE PRIZES NAMED FOR ALFRED BERNHARD NOBEL
b. he won the first Nobel Prize for his work in philanthropy
c. he is now living in Sweden
d. he serves as chairman of the committee to choose the recipients of the prizes

2. How often are the Nobel Prizes awarded?
a. five times a year
B. ONCE A YEAR
c. twice a year
d. once every two years

3. The word will in paragraph 1 refers to?
A. NOBEL’S WISHES
b. alegal document
c. a future intention
d. a free choic

4. The word outstanding in paragraph 2 could best be replaced by?
a. recent
b. unusual
c. established
D. EXCEPTIONAL

5. A Nobel Prize would NOT be given to?
a. an author who wrote a novel
b. a doctor who discovered a vaccine
C. A COMPOSER WHO WROTE A SYMPHONY
d. a diplomat who negotiated a peace settlement

6. What does the author mean by the statement :
These prizes have been administered continually by the Nobel Foundation in Stockholm since they were first awarded in 1901?
A. THE NOBEL FOUNDATION OVERSEES THE MANAGEMENT OF THE MONEY AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE PRIZES
b. the nobel foundation selects the recipients of the prizes
c. the nobel foundation solicits applications and recommendations for the prizes
d. the nobel foundation recommends new prize classifications

7. Why are the award presented onDecember 10?
a. it is a tribute to the King of Sweden
B. ALFRED BERNHARD NOBEL DIED ON THAT
c. that date was established in Alfred Nobel’s will
d. the Central Bank of Sweden administers the trust

8. What does this passage mainly discuss?
a. Alfred Bernhard Nobel
B. THE NOBEL PRIZES
c. Great contributions to mankind
d. Swedish philanthropy

Question 3
1. Which the following would be the best title for the passage?
a. signs and Sign
b. gestures
C. COMMUNICATION
d. speech

2. What does the author say about speech?
a. it is the only true of communication
b. it is the dependent upon the advances made by inventors
c. it is necessary for communication to occur
D. IT IS THE MOUS ADVANCED FROM OF COMMUNICATION

3. The phrase impinge upon in paragraph 1 closest in meaning to?
A. INTRUDE
b. improve
c. vary
d. prohibit

4. The word it in paragraph 1 refers to?
a. function
B. SIGNAL
c. environment
d. way

5. The word potential in paragraph 1 could best be replaced by?
a. range
B. ADVANTAGE
c. organization
d. possibility

6. The word intricate in paragraph 2 could be best replaced by which the following?
A. INEFFICIENT
b. complicated
c. historical
d. uncertain

7. Applauding was cited as an example of
a. a signal
b . a sign
c. a symbol
D. GESTURE

8. Why were the telephone, radio, and TV invented?
a. people were unable to understand signs, symbols, and signals
B. PEOPLE WANTED TO COMMUNICATE ACROSS LONG DISTANCE
c. people believed that signs, signals, and symbol were absolete
d. people wanted new forms of entertainment

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