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  • 14.

    What one can conclude from the passage is that ______________ .

    • a.

      daisies are not an endangered species since they are also garden plants

    • b.

      the presence of wildflowers in their environment help improve the wild.

    • c.

      wildflower seeds, as well as their flowers, can be purchased from a

commercial nursery d. some wildflowers become endangered species or even extinct because of man.

15.

This passage is aimed largely at

a. artists

.

______________ c. homemakers

b. botanists

d. flower lovers

16.

The message the writer gives about wildflower is

  • a.

    move them but don’t plant them

  • b.

    paint them but don’t pick them

  • c.

    press them but don’t sketch them

  • d.

    grow them but don’t buy them

_______________

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PASSAGE 5

Ever wished you could decide what to dream at night? A Japanese toymaker says it has a new gadget that can help you do just that.

Tokyo-based Takara Company says that its “Dream Workshop” and – shaped like an oversized cellular phone dock and about 14 inches tall – can be programmed to help sleepers choose what to dream.

While preparing for bed, the user mounts a photograph on the device of who should appear in the dream, selects music appropriate to the mood – fantasy, comedy, romantic story, nostalgia – and records key word prompts, such as the name of a romantic crush.

Placed near the bedside, the dream – maker emits a special white light, relaxing music and a fragrance to help the person nod off.

Several hours later, it plays back the recorded word prompts, timed to coincide with the part of the sleep cycle when dreams most often occur. It then helps coax the sleeper gently out of sleep with more light and music so that the dreams are not forgotten.

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