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(73) - The word spots in paragraph 2 could best be replaced by.______________(A).countries(B).times(C).sites(D).days
(74) - They in paragraph 2 refers to. __________________
(75) - In paragraph 2, the word sakura means.______________
Passage 2In Crete, a relatively new tool - the mechanical harvester - is used to harvest olives.Huge nets or pieces of synthetic fabric are placed under the trees to collect the olivesas they drop. Women and children do this, while men operate the harvesters .The mechanical harvesters consists of a portable generator and a T-shaped rod withelastic sticks attached to it. The rod is 2 to 3 meters long and it is connected to thegenerator with a 15-meter long cable. The head of the rod rotates fast and the elasticsticks hit the olives and throw them on the nets. When almost all the olives have beenharvested from a tree, they are put into sacks and the nets placed under the next tree .Twenty years ago, no mechanical harvesters existed in Crete and the traditional wayof harvesting olives was with long wooden sticks that the farmers used to hit the olives.Another form of olive harvesting is with small plastic “combs” that comb the olivesoff the branches. This is used only when the trees are very young and short .(76) - The nets are placed under the trees__________________.
(77) - Which of these sentences about the mechanical harvester is true?(A).Its elastic sticks are 2 to 3 meters long.(B).It is only used on very old trees.(C).It is a traditional piece of equipment.(D).It is operated by a generator.
(78) - In paragraph 2, they refers to.__________________
(79) - The passage mentions ______________ different methods of harvestingolives .4312
(80) - The passage is mainly about.__________________
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10Passage 3Ibn Battuta is a famous Arab Muslim scholar and explorer who lived in the 14thcentury. He was born in Tangier, Morocco in February 1305. When he was twentyyears old, he went on his first trip to Hajj. He continued traveling to Damascus, Hebron,Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Iraq and Iran. On his second trip to Hajj, he explored brieflyareas such as Egypt and the Red Sea, Oman on the Arabian Sea, and Zanzibar on theEastern African Coast.After his third trip to Hajj, Ibn Battuta decided to work in India. He traveled to Syriaagain first, and then to Turkey, where he spent time in Constantinople, present dayIstanbul, in 1332 visiting the Emperor Andronicus and the Hagia Sophia. Ibn Battutacontinued on his journeys going by boat across the Black Sea, then into Afghanistanand India to see the Sultan of Delhi who was new to Dar al-Islam.
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