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meeting with someone. This may be because ofsomething as simple as the fact that he or she is physically similar to someone who (19)……………youwellor badly. Your feelings about a stranger could be (20)……………by a smell in the air that brings to178
mind a place where you were happy as a child. Since even a single word can bring back a memory such asthat, you may never realize it is happening.CÂU 2:A. Use the correct form of the word given in parentheses to fill in the blank in each sentence.1. The government lSi taking care not to rush...............into another controversy. (head)2................, she was looking for the father she had never known. (conscious)3. She added two...............of sugar to the soup. (spoon)4. All letters will be treated with complete...............(confidential)5. The V8 engines are all...............with each other. (change)6. The painting was sold to an...............American dealer. His name was not given. (identify)7. They tried to ensure...............across the different departments. (uniform)8. The building did not fit to live in. It was totally...............(habitat)9. This year saw a...............in the upward trend in sales. (continue)10. Claire has a wide circle of friends and...............(acquaint)B. Complete the following passage by using the correct forms of the words given in the box. (0) has beendone as an example.conceivehistoryknowledgeobrservecontinuedocumentreplacebelieveplanet littlediscover(0)Historically, Mars was thought to be the most likely planet to harbour life There is a reflection ofsuch (11) …………..in popular culture as expressed in literature, radio and film. Public fascination withMartians began in the late 19thcentury when, in 1877, astronomer Giovanni Sciaparelli reported (12).…………..of large channels on Mars.In 1897, H. G. Wells’The War of the Worldwas the first major work to explore the (13)………….. ofthe “extraterrestrial invader" and exerted a substantial influence on the public psyche. A few years later, even(14)…………..astronomers such as Percival Lowell seriously advocated the possibility of life forms asdescribed in his bookMars as the Adobe of Life(1910). Consequently, Mars began to take a special place inpopular culture around the turn of the 20thcentury, (15)…………..until today. However, this does not (16)…………..the unique role of Mars in the history of science.Specifically, the (17)…………..of the movement of Mars, by Johannes Kepler (1571 - 1630), led tothe formation of his three laws of (18)…………..motion which shattered mediaeval anthropocentric notions ofastronomy and laid the foundations for the (19) .………….. of Isaac Newton (1643 - 1727). Like no otherplanet, Mars has left (20)…………..marks on human imagination and thought.Ex:0. HistoricallyCÂU 3:The passage below contains 10 mistakes. Underline the mistakes and correct them in the space providedin the column on the right (0) has been done as an example.Reading to oneis a modern activity which was almost unknown to the scholars of the classical andmedieval worlds, while during the fifteenth century the term “reading” undoubtedly means reading aloud.

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Term
Fall
Professor
Paul Wayne
Tags
Homeostasis, Comic strip, Gaia hypothesis, James Lovelock

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