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in public landfills, illegal dumping continues
○ Although a town's citizens reduce their individual
use of water, the town's water supplies
continue to dwindle because of a steady
increase in the total population of the town.
D Although a country attempts to increase the
sale of domestic goods by adding a tax to the
price of imported goods, the sale of imported
goods within the country continues to
○ Although a country reduces the speed limit on
its national highways, the number of fatalities
caused by automobile accidents continues to
increase. 76 Questions 10 to 12 are based on the following reading
passage F or the following question, consider each of the
choices separately and select all that apply Hank Morgan, the hero of Mark Twain's A Connecticut 11. It can be inferred from the passage that Mark Twain Yankee in King Arthur's Court, is a nineteenth-century would most probably have believed in which of the master mechanic who mysteriously awakening in following statements about societal change?
A Technological advancements are limited in their
□ Line sixth-century Britain, launches what he hopes will be a
5 peaceful revolution to transform Arthurian Britain into an ability to change society and will likely bring industrialized modern democracy. The novel, written as a liabilities along with any potential benefits.
□ The belief in the unmitigated benefits of societal spoof of Thomas Malory's Morte d'Arthur, a popular
collection of fifteenth-century legends about change is antithetical to the American sixth-century Britain, has been made into three upbeat doctrine of progress.
□ Technological advances and peaceful revolutions, movies and two musical comedies. None of these
10 translations to screen and stage, however, dramatize the although sometimes accompanied by anarchy at the conclusion of A Connecticut Yankee, which unintended violence and resistance to societal ends with the violent overthrow of Morgan's change, eventually lead to a more progressive order. three-year-old progressive order and his return to the
nineteenth century, where he apparently commits suicide
15 12.The author uses the examples of "three upbeat after being labeled a lunatic for his incoherent babblings movies and two musical comedies"(lines 9-10) about drawbridges and battlements. The American public, primarily in order to demonstrate that
○ well-written novels like A Connecticut Yankee in
King Arthur's Court, regardless of their tone or theme, although enjoying Twain's humor, evidently rejected his
cynicism about technological advancement and change
through peaceful revolution as antithetical to the United
20 can be translated to the stage and screen.
○ the American public has traditionally been States doctrine of progress. more interested in watching plays and movies
10.According to the passage, which of the following is a than in reading...
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