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b. medical resources in emerging nations have diminished in the past few years. c. not enough doctors give time and money to those in need of medical care. d. many people who live in emerging nations are not receiving proper medical care. Knitting has made a major comeback. People are knitting on college campuses, in coffee shops, and in small knitting groups throughout the United States. New knitting stores, many with cafes, are popping up all over, and there are more knitting books and magazines being published than ever before. And not all of these knitters are women: As knitting continues to surge in popularity, men are picking up knit- ting needles in record numbers. 149. The paragraph best supports the statement that a. joining a knitting group is a great way to make new friends. b. some people knit because it helps them relax and release stress. c. today’s knitter is not the stereotypical grandmother in a rocking chair. d. as is the case with all fads, this new obsession with knitting will fade quickly. 501 Reading Comprehension Questions
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58 501 Reading Comprehension Questions Everyone is sensitive to extreme weather conditions. But with age, the body may become less able to respond to long exposure to very hot or very cold temperatures. Some older people might develop hypothermia when exposed to cold weather. Hypothermia is a drop in internal body temperature, which can be fatal if not detected and treated. 150. The paragraph best supports the statement that a. cold weather is more dangerous for older people than warm weather. b. hypothermia is a condition that only affects older people. c. older people who live in warm climates are healthier than older people who live in cold climates. d. an older person is more susceptible to hypothermia than a younger person. Whether you can accomplish a specific goal or meet a specific dead- line depends first on how much time you need to get the job done. What should you do when the demands of the job exceed the time you have available? The best approach is to divide the project into smaller pieces. Different goals will have to be divided in different ways, but one seemingly unrealistic goal can often be accomplished by working on several smaller, more reasonable goals. 151. The main idea of the passage is that a. jobs often remain only partially completed because of lack of time. b. the best way to complete projects is to make sure your goals are achievable. c. the best way to tackle a large project is to separate it into smaller parts. d. the best approach to a demanding job is to delegate responsibility.
59 501 Reading Comprehension Questions Health clubs have undergone a major transformation that can be described in three words: mind, body, and spirit. Loud, fast, heart- thumping aerobics has been replaced by the hushed tones of yoga and the controlled movements of Pilates. The clubs are responding to the needs of their customers who are increasingly looking for a retreat from their hectic lifestyles and a way to find a healthy balance

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