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Read the passage and answer these following questions.
George Lucas’s Star Wars changed the direction of American film with some of the most ingenious special effects contrived for movies of its time. Twenty-two months were spent on the special effects, including the six months needed to design the equipment and the more than 1,000 story boards for the effects sequences.
A special computerized camera, called a Dykstraflex, was designed to give the illusion of real screen movement. This system, controlled by the camera operator, enabled him or her to pan, tilt, and track around the model, always keeping it in focus. The breakthrough was the camera’s ability to repeat the identical movements from shot to shot; thus the effects sequences could be built like a music track, layer upon layer. The illusion was complete: 10 none of the spaceships in Star Wars ever moved – only the camera did.
The star-field backdrop in space was made by punching holes in black plexiglass. More than 75 models were constructed, with astonishing detail work. On the rebel blockade runner artists built a tiny cockpit, all done to scale. The miniaturized laser canons were fully motorized to swivel and tilt by remote control. The light sabers were four-sided blades coated with 15 reflective aluminum, attached to a small motor. When rotated, they created a flashing light later enhanced by animation.
1. The word “some” in paragraph 1 refers to _____________.
2. In paragraph 1, the word “contrived” could be best replaced with which of the following?
3. In paragraph 2, “this system” refers to _____________.
4. The word “it” in paragraph 2 refers to the ______________.
5. The word “they” in paragraph 3 refers to the _________________.
Read the passage and answer these following questions.
In the twentieth century, people depend on unlimited energy to power their everyday lives. A wide range of energy-run devices and modern conveniences are taken for granted, and although it may seem that we will never be in danger of living without those conveniences, the fact is that many supplies of energy are dwindling rapidly. Scientists are constantly searching for new sources of power to keep modern society running. Whether future populations will continue to enjoy the benefits of abundant energy will depend on the success of this search.
Coal, oil, and natural gas supply modern civilization with most of its power. However, not only are supplies of these fuels limited, but they are a major source of pollution. If the energy demands of the future are to be met without seriously harming the environment, existing alternative energy sources must be improved or further explored and developed. These include nuclear, water, solar, wind, and geothermal power, as well as energy from new, nonpolluting types of fuels. Each of these alternatives, however, has advantages and disadvantages.
Nuclear power plants efficiently produce large amounts of electricity without polluting the atmosphere; however, they are costly to build and maintain, and they pose the daunting problem of what to do with nuclear wastes. Hydroelectric power is inexpensive and environmentally safe, but impractical for communities located far from moving water. Harnessing energy from tides and waves has similar drawbacks. Solar power holds great promise for the future but methods of collecting and concentrating sunlight are as yet inefficient, as are methods of harnessing wind power.
Every source of energy has its disadvantages. One way to minimize them is to use less energy. Conservation efforts coupled with renewable energy resources, such as a combination of solar, water, wind, and geothermal energy and alternative fuels, such as alcohol and hydrogen, will ensure supplies of clean, affordable energy for humanity’s future.
1. The passage suggests that _________________.
2. It can be implied from the passage that _____________.
3. From the passage, it can be inferred that to solve our energy problems _____________.
4. Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?
Read the passage and answer these following questions.
Hermit crabs

Hermit crabs occupy the empty shells of dead sea snails for protection while still retaining their mobility. They are capable of discriminating among a selection of shells of various sizes and species, and they choose the one that fits the body most closely. Hermit crabs change shells as they grow, although in some marine environments a large enough variety of shells may not be available and the hermit crab may be forced to occupy a smaller-than-ideal “house.” When a Shell becomes too small for the hermit crab to occupy, it will sometimes become aggressive and fight other hermit crabs to gain a larger shell.
Hermit crabs may encounter empty shells in the course of their daily activity, but the vacant Shell is usually spotted by sight. The hermit crab’s visual response increases with the size of an object and its contrast against the background. The hermit crab then seizes the Shell with its walking legs and climbs on it, monitoring its size. If the size is right, the crab investigates its shape and texture by rolling it over between its walking legs and running its claws over the surface. Once the shell’s opening has been located, the crab uses its claws to remove any foreign material before preparing to enter. The crab rises above the opening, flexes its abdomen, and enters the shell backward. The shell interior is monitored by the abdomen as the crab repeatedly enters and withdraws. When completely satisfied with its new mobile home, the hermit crab will emerge one last time, turn the shell over and make a final entrance.​
1. According to the passage, hermit crabs occupy vacant shells for ___________.
2. According to the passage, a hermit crab changes shells when it __________________.
3. According to the passage, the way in which hermit crabs locate empty shells is through which of the following senses?
4. What does a crab NOT investigate a vacant shell for?
5. According to the passage, a hermit crab enters a new shell _____________.
6. According to the passage, a hermit crab settles into its new “mobile home” ________________.
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