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This sounds like it is quite a threat to bees - so the answer is G.
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Reading Answer Key I I{ Passage 2 - Note Completion Questions Q. 8: A threat to funding for the National Bee Unit. The keywords threat and funding lead to Paragraph A, which mentions that the UK Government proposed a budget cut that would defund the National Bee Unit. Q. 9: The number of officially registered [amateur] beekeepers is 24,000, and continues to rise. The keyword here is 24,000, which appears in the final sentence of Paragraph B. You would get the mark for this question whether or not you included amateur in your answer, but you would need to be sure to spell it correctly if you did! Q. 10: In 2007, the honeybee was predicted to become extinct in the UK within a decade. The keyword 2007 appears in the final sentence of Paragraph C; Lord Rooker predicted that the honeybee would be extinct in Britain within a decade. In this case, you had to copy the exact words from the passage, so 'within ten years' would be incorrect. Q. 11: The major problem is colony collapse disorder, in which all the worker bees in a hive thought to have been healthy are suddenly no longer there. This blank is in the Dangers to bees section of the passage, so it must correspond to Section 2 of our passage map. The part of the sentence after the comma is a close paraphrase of the first sentence of Paragraph E; the missing words therefore must be colony collapse disorder. This sentence repeats the definition of CCD from the passage. Q. 12: A combination of Nosema, a fungus, and IIV indicate likelihood of collapse. The keyword Nosema is a great clue - we saw previously that it shows up in Paragraph G. Q. 13: Cross-pollination may occur by wind, but depends on insects; bees are the most prolific. The keywords wind and insects appear in the final sentence of Paragraph H, which this sentence paraphrases. 137
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I { l Part Three: Reading 138 Reading Chapter 3 Passage 1 Getting Ready to Read 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Practice 2 Paragraph 1 Paragraph 2 Paragraph 3 Paragraph 4 Paragraph 5 incapable = negative; incapable means unable or helpless innovative = positive; innovative means groundbreaking or original dynamic = positive; dynamic means lively or active exploitative= negative; exploitative means unfair or abusive forthcoming= positive; forthcoming means approaching (imminent) or helpful ignorant= negative; ignorant means unaware or rude straightforward = positive; straightforward means easy or frank accommodating = positive; accommodating means helpful or cooperative isolated= negative; isolated means remote or lonely misinterpret = negative; misinterpret means misunderstand or misread rational= positive; rational means balanced or sensible unmotivated = negative; unmotivated means apathetic or uninterested Newton's contribution to physics Newton: 1st to explain calculus Newton's calc unknown - 2 reasons; N's approach Leibniz also discovered calc; L's approach diff from N's Were they independent? Calculus today The main idea of the passage is that Newton and Leibniz both discovered calculus, working largely independently and with different approaches.
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