501 critical reading questions p9

501 critical reading questions p9

501 critical reading questions p9
... 77 501 Critical Reading Questions According to lines 12–25, public art is differentiated from private art mainly ... should be created by artists from both inside and outside the community 165 a b c d e 78 501 Critical Reading Questions Which of the following does the author NOT provide in this passage? an explanation ... we ftave all but defined ftappiness as a kind of good life and well-being Thus, the 79 501 Critical Reading Questions 120 c 121 e 22 b 23 c 124 d 25 a 26 b 127 d 28 c 29 a definitions of...
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501 critical reading questions p1

501 critical reading questions p1
... to the difficult one later, as time allows xi 501 Critical Reading Questions Remind Me Why I’m Doing This Finally, as you work through these 501 questions, think of it as time spent doing something ... Write in the margins, underline important words and sentences—talk back! x 501 Critical Reading Questions Try looking at tfte questions (but not the answers) before you read tfte passage Make sure ... ix 501 Critical Reading Questions you practice with all the passages, not just the ones in your areas of inter- est Sometimes unfamiliar subjects can teach you the most valuable lessons about critical...
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501 critical reading questions p2

501 critical reading questions p2
... people d to attract more tourists e to compete for visitors with the Mall of Arabia 501 Critical Reading Questions Questions 18–25 are based on the following passage The following selection explains ... mean? a b c d e salmon shrimp marinated roe seaweed 10 501 Critical Reading Questions 21 All of the following can be explicitly answered by reading the passage EXCEPT a What is the definition of ... switched? a rice ball b maki maki c zusfti deluxe d inside-out e wasabi sasftimi 11 501 Critical Reading Questions Questions 26–33 are based on the following passages Both of these passages were...
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501 critical reading questions p3

501 critical reading questions p3
... tried to sell her game to George Parker e The Landlord’s Game was popular with Quakers 18 501 Critical Reading Questions Why did Mrs Phillips sell her patent to Parker Brothers? a So a large company ... found on food in supermarkets Those panels are required by the 1990 Nutrition Labeling 19 501 Critical Reading Questions (25) (30) (35) (40) (45) (50) and Education Act, which exempted restaurants ... the right of consumers to understand what they are ordering in fast food restaurants 20 501 Critical Reading Questions 42 According to the passage, the larger meals now being offered in restaurants...
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501 critical reading questions p4

501 critical reading questions p4
... the argument made earlier a counter-argument to the views referred to earlier 28 501 Critical Reading Questions Questions 52–55 are based on the following passage In the following passage, the ... paragraph, the author’s tone can be best described as a sober b earnest c critical d impartial e playful 31 501 Critical Reading Questions 58 In line 14, vefticle most nearly means a b c d e automobile ... final Emancipation Proclamation It was the crowning achievement of his administration 29 501 Critical Reading Questions 52 The passage suggests which of the following about Lincoln’s Emancipation...
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501 critical reading questions p5

501 critical reading questions p5
... e The New Deal measures went too far in turning the country toward socialism 44 501 Critical Reading Questions Questions 92–101 are based on the following passage In 1804 President Thomas Jefferson ... passed laws forbidding the export of machinery or the emigration of those who (1) 38 501 Critical Reading Questions (15) (20) (25) (30) (35) (40) (45) could operate it Nevertheless it was an ... as textile factories multiplied and increasing numbers of Americans worked in them 39 501 Critical Reading Questions 56 The primary purpose of the passage is to a account for the decline of rural...
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501 critical reading questions p6

501 critical reading questions p6
... criticize Lewis and Clark’s use of peace medals to designate the rank of a chief 100 48 501 Critical Reading Questions Questions 102–112 are based the following passages These passages concern themselves ... 501 Critical Reading Questions 97 In line 47, adopt most nearly means a b c d e advocate nurture promote foster ... talked about our forefathers alone long enough?) did their full share in the w ork of 49 501 Critical Reading Questions (35) (40) (1) (5) (10) (15) (20) (25) establishing justice, providing for the...
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501 critical reading questions p7

501 critical reading questions p7
... 501 Critical Reading Questions 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 a The passage compares different abstract ... center d demonstrate how large the park is e show how well the author knows the park 59 501 Critical Reading Questions 73 The main idea of this passage is that a New York City is a democratic city ... happiness is a virtue, others that it is practical wisdom, others that it is some kind 60 501 Critical Reading Questions of theoretical wisdom; others again believe it to be all or some of these accompanied...
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501 critical reading questions p8

501 critical reading questions p8
... information gathering and exchange e modeling prisons after Bentham’s panopticon 69 501 Critical Reading Questions Questions 142–149 are based on the following passage The following passage tells ... someone might be watching us e there is rampant exchange of information in cyberspace 68 501 Critical Reading Questions 51 According to the passage, a key difference between the prison panopticon ... 501 Critical Reading Questions (50) (55) (60) Something went wrong recently for me Someone obtained my Social...
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501 critical reading questions p10

501 critical reading questions p10
... getting enough sleep e discuss the effects of alcohol on a sleep-deprived person 88 501 Critical Reading Questions Questions 172–175 refer to the following passage In the following passage, the author ... e 91 501 Critical Reading Questions 179 The primary purpose of the passage is to a refute an argument b make a prediction c praise an outcome d promote a change e justify a conclusion Questions ... microbes talented scientist interested in finding a cure for disease 172 a b c d e 89 501 Critical Reading Questions 173 In line 3, inspired most nearly means a introduced b invested c influenced...
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501 critical reading questions p11

501 critical reading questions p11
... unmitigated pessimism b personal reticence c hypocritical indifference d urgent recommendation c frenzied panic 187 98 501 Critical Reading Questions Questions 196–203 are based on the following ... the following year, after prompt- ing from a widely circulated critical study on cigarette smoking by the (1) 99 501 Critical Reading Questions (40) (45) (50) (55) (60) (65) (70) (75) Royal College ... unqualified praise appreciation wonderment cynicism disillusionment 195 a b c d e 102 501 Critical Reading Questions Questions 204–212 are based on the following passages These two passages reflect...
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501 critical reading questions p12

501 critical reading questions p12
... 107 501 Critical Reading Questions (45) (50) public with information about which are safe and effective and which ... most nearly means a b c d e appropriate established formal moralistic reactionary 108 501 Critical Reading Questions 183 The author most likely uses the Harvard survey results (lines 10–13) to ... expectations in some aspects e needs a complete overhaul to become an effective system 109 501 Critical Reading Questions 187 The author suggests that cross[ing] tfte line into mainstream medicine...
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501 critical reading questions p13

501 critical reading questions p13
... the idea of class and rank in society e one’s class determined one’s future 122 501 Critical Reading Questions Questions 238–242 are based on the following passage In this excerpt from Toni Morrison’s ... he does not speculate about the meaning of the statistics until the next paragraph 11 501 Critical Reading Questions 227 228 229 230 231 232 a The author names a sedentary lifestyle of TV watcfting ... bloody noses or torn clothes Our masters will have no patience with us and our fights 121 501 Critical Reading Questions because their sons go to the rich schools and, Ye have no right to raise (20)...
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