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| 60) According to the passage, as a result of the rise in the Global temperature, ________.
A) one of the greatest dangers is the flooding everywhere
David Herbert Lawrence, being one of the most prolific writers of the early twentieth century, is particularly remembered for his ground-breaking psychological novels, in addition to essays, letters, poems, travel books and short stories. Curiously, his warm relationship with his violent father and passionate bonding with his refined, socially ambitious mother shaped much of his later works. His first novel “The White Peacock” was published in 1911, just weeks after the death of his mother, after which he became seriously ill. This was followed with his very famous book; “Sons and Lovers”, which was a semi-autobiographical account of his early life and the ambiguous relations he shared with his parents.
61) One can easily understand from the passage that David Herbert Lawrence ___________.
A) is famous for his masterpieces about the mentality of human beings together with his rich writing skill.
62) It’s obvious in the passage that Lawrence’s first novel “The White Peacock” __________ .
A) tells how his mother died mysteriously and how he felt at that time during the story.
A) is entirely the biography of Lawrence; what’s more, it reflects his bad bonding with his family.
A successful innovator in the form of the novel, Woolf is considered a significant force in 20th-century fiction. She was educated at home from the resources of her father’s huge library. In 1912 she married Leonard Woolf, a critic and writer on economics, with whom she set up the Hogarth Press in 1917. Their home became a gathering place for a circle of artists, critics, and writers known as the Bloomsbury group. As a novelist Woolf’s primary concern was to represent the flow of ordinary experience. Her emphasis was not on plot or characterization but on a character’s consciousness, his thoughts and feelings, which she brilliantly illuminated by the stream of consciousness technique.
64) In the passage, Woolf’s father ______.
A) greatly contributed to her formal education
65) It is clear from the passage that together with her husband, Woolf ___.
A) founded the Hogarth Press for the artists in those days
66) According to the paragraph, stream of consciousness technique _______.
A) is the synthesis of both the characterisation and the flow of character’s thoughts
The dolphin’s intelligence, playfulness, and friendliness, its inherent smile and merry-looking eyes have been a source of interest and delight to human beings from earliest times; it is a common figure in mythology and literature and has been much depicted in art, especially in the posture of its graceful, arched, 30-ft (9-m) leap. Dolphins have long been famous for competing with the speed of ships by riding their bows, and it is now believed that they commit a suicide by swimming against the propeller of the ship if they fail to pass. Today they are valued and exploited as entertainers in more than 40 water shows around the world and have thus become available for extensive study.
67) As the writer points out in the passage, you can come across the dolphin ____.
A) occasionally in the works based upon mythology and literature
68) One can understand from the passage that the dolphins are determined to pass the ships _______.
A) till the end of the cruise of the ship
69) According to the passage, nowadays the dolphins _____.
A) enable the people to spend joyful times watching them
Although studies from earth using optical and radio telescopes had accumulated much data on the nature of spatial bodies, it was not until World War II that the development of powerful rockets made direct space exploration a technological possibility. The first artificial satellite, Sputnik I, was launched by the USSR what is now called Russia on Oct. 4, 1957, leading to an international competition popularly known as the “space race.” Although earth-orbiting satellites have by far accounted for the great majority of launches in the space program, even more information on the moon, other planets, and the sun has been acquired by space probes.
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