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Edna Ferber

Edna Ferber (1887-1968) was a popular American novelist in the first half of the twentieth century. She embarked on her career by working as a newspaper reporter in Wisconsin and soon began writing novels. Her first novel, Dawn 0’Hara, the Girl Who Laughed, was published in 1911, when she was only twenty-four years old.
Her big break came with the novel So Big (1924), which was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in Literature. The main conflict in the novel is between a mother who places a high value on hard work and honor and a son who repudiates his mother’s values, instead preferring the easier path to fortune and celebrity. Like many of Ferber’s novels, this novel features a tenacious female protagonist with strong character who struggles to deal with ethical dilemmas about the importance of status and money.
Probably the best known of Ferber’s novels was Show Boat (1926), which tells the story of a Southern woman married to a charismatic but irresponsible man who leaves her with a daughter she must take great pains to support. In 1927, the novel was made into a musical that has endured to the present.
Other well-known novels by Ferber include Cimarron (1930) and Giant (1952), both of which were made into movies. These were epic novels about the settlement and growth of the West, centering on strong female lead characters who marry men lacking the same strength of character.

1. The phrase “embarked on” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to ________________.
2. The word “break” in paragraph 2 could best be replaced by _________________.
3. The word “places” in paragraph 2 could best be replaced by _______________.
4. The word “repudiates” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ________________.
5. The word “protagonist” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ___________.
6. The phrase “take great pains” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to ______________.
7. The word “endured” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to __________.
8. The word “epic” in paragraph 4 could best be replaced by _______________.
9. The phrase “centering on” in paragraph 4 could best be replaced by ____________.
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Birds have two basic types of sounds: songs and calls. Songs are usually more complex than calls and are utilized primarily by adult males during the breeding season to establish territories or attract mates. Calls are normally simple notes, single or repeated, vocalized by males and females in all seasons to express alarm or maintain contact with mates, offspring, or other birds of the same species. All songs and most calls are distinctive, and with concentrated study and practice, bird watchers can learn to identity many birds by their sounds and to call them as well.

1. What is the main idea of the passage?
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Flatfish

Members of the flatfish family, sand dabs and flounders, have an evolutionary advantage over many colorfully decorated ocean neighbors in that they are able to adapt their body coloration to different environments. These aquatic chameleons have flattened bodies that are well-suited to life along the ocean floor in the shallower areas of the continental shelf that they inhabit. They also have remarkably sensitive color Vision that registers the subtlest gradations on the sea bottom and in the sea life around them. Information about the coloration of the environment is carried through the nervous System to chromatophores, which are pigment-carrying skin cells. These chromatophores are able to accurately reproduce not only the colors but also the texture of the ocean floor. Each time that a sand dab or flounder finds itself in a new environment, the pattern on the body of the fish adapts to fit in with the color and texture around it.​

1. It is NOT stated in the passage that sand dabs _______________.
2. According to the passages, it is NOT true that sand dabs and flounders ______________.
3. All of the following are stated about the Vision of sand dabs and flounders EXCEPT that they are ______________.
4. It is NOT true that chromatophores _________________.
5. It is NOT mentioned in the passage that sand dabs and flounders ________________.
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Although dinosaurs roamed virtually the whole earth for 160 million years, dinosaur skeletons are relatively scarce. Many dinosaurs are known only from a single tooth or bone chip. The reason is that it takes very special conditions to make a fossil and a lot of luck to find one.
For many years, information about Tyrannosaurus rex was sketchy at best. However, in the summer of 1990, the first nearly complete Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton ever found was excavated in the Montana badlands. That same year a second, even more complete, skeleton was found in South Dakota. Together these skeletons yielded surprising new insights into the most famous of the dinosaurs, about the anatomy and behavior of T. rex and the world in which it lived.
Among the surprising discoveries were that T. rex was a far sleeker, but more powerful, carnivore than previously thought, perhaps weighing less than 61/2 tons, no more than a bull elephant, and that T. Rex’ s habitat was forest, not swamp or plain as previously believed. Moreover, there appears to have been two forms of T. rex, the male quite different from the female. Scientists hope that future fossil discoveries and increasingly more sophisticated techniques will provide more accurate and complete information about not only T. rex but all the dinosaurs, giving us a window on the world so many millions of years into the past.
1. It can be inferred from the passage that much of what scientists know about T. rex ___________.
2. The passage implies that fossils ____________________.
3. Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?
4. Which of the following can be inferred about T. rex?
5. The passage implies which of the following?
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