May repeated reading fill blanks samples 106

May repeated reading fill blanks samples 106

# May repeated reading fill blanks samples 106

Read the following paragraph and choose the correct option to fill the gaps.

1.) Sample

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Human extinction may be the stuff of ………………………. but there are many ways in which it could happen. Popular culture ……………………… to focus on only the most spectacular possibilities: think of the hurtling asteroid of the film Armageddon or the alien invasion of Independence Day. ……………………. a dramatic end to humanity is possible, focusing on such ………………………… may mean ignoring the most serious …………………………. we face in today’s world.


2.) Sample

matter defence material famines risks interval immense

The World Health Organization has listed climate change and its effects as one of its top ……………………… for 2019. Recent UN talks heard climate change was already “a …………………………. of life and death” for many regions. The threats are complex and diverse, from killer heatwaves and rising sea levels to widespread ………………………. and migration on a truly ……………………….. scale.


3.) Sample

paid overpay applications relevancy unprecedented translation imported expected

Artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities are growing at an …………………….. rate. These technologies have many widely beneficial ………………………., ranging from machine ……………………….. to medical image analysis. Countless more such applications are being developed and can be …………………………. over the long term. Less attention has historically been ……………………… to the ways in which artificial intelligence can be used maliciously.


4.) Sample

exhaustion forced seriously nature proactively foreseeable

Researchers and engineers in artificial intelligence should take the dual-use ……………………………….. of their work ………………………………., allowing misuse related considerations to influence research priorities and norms, and ……………………… reaching out to relevant actors when harmful applications are …………………………….


5.) Sample

multi-storeyed coordinated promising avoided edged responses safer include openness

We survey a range of ………………………………… technologies, as well as policy interventions that could help build a ……………………….. future with AI. High-level areas for further research ………………………… privacy protection, …………………………… use of AI for public-good security, monitoring of AI-relevant resources, and other legislative and regulatory …………………………..


6.) Sample

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Written exams are …………………… for testing the student’s ability to memorize and …………………… learning materials the day before the exams. Student’s with better paragraphs ………………… answer without having to understand how the question even works. Moreover, due to time constraint, students are often ……………………. while attempting the questions, they are not in their ………………… condition to think.


7.) Sample

language both spoken speak able two official studying unable

English is the ……………………. language of 53 countries while it may not be the most ……………………… language in the world. Around 400 million people across the globe used to speak this …………………. Being able to speak English is not just about being …………………… to communicate with native English speakers, it is the most common second language in the world. When you visit other countries and want to speak to someone who lives there, then it may increase the chance are that you will …………… be speaking English.

A recent report by the British Council stated that in coming years 2 billion people will be ………………….. English in the world. Hence, English is crucial as it enables you to communicate easily with any global citizen.


8.) Sample

When it comes to exciting (or terrifying) yourself with skis strapped to your feet, the possibilities are …………………… only by your imagination — and good sense. While alpine (downhill) skiing is extreme …………………. for a good many of us, others quickly master it, grow bored and look for something more challenging.

The term “extreme skiing” for many people ……………………. any adrenaline-pumping form of skiing. It should be noted that the term, when used exactly, refers specifically to steep-hill skiing. However, as the practitioners of that sport have themselves taken on newer and …………………… challenges (such as using wingsuits or airfoils to catch superhuman air at ridiculous speeds), they have expanded the generic meaning of extreme skiing without ……………………….. it, because the evolving hybrid forms still often contain the steep-slope element.


9.) Sample

hence determined find behaviour talking difficulty situation hardly clear

Parents often have …………………. telling the difference between variations in normal …………………… and true behavioural problems. In reality, the difference between normal and abnormal behaviour is not always ………………………; usually, it is a matter of degree or expectation. A fine line often divides normal from abnormal behaviour, in part because what is “normal” depends upon the child’s level of development, which can vary greatly among children of the same age.

Development can be uneven, too, with a child’s social development lagging behind his intellectual growth or vice versa. In addition, “normal” behaviour is in part ……………………. by the context in which it occurs – that is, by the particular ………………………. and time, as well as by the child’s own particular family values and expectations, and cultural and social background.


10.) Sample

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A diagnosis is made if the child’s behaviour meets the …………………………. for disruptive behaviour disorders in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders from the American Psychiatric Association.

It is important to rule out ……………….. stressors that might be disrupting the child’s behaviour. For example, a sick parent or victimising by other children might be responsible for sudden changes in a child’s typical behaviour and these factors have to be considered initially.

Untreated children with behavioural disorders may grow up to be dysfunctional adults. Generally, the ………………………. the intervention, the better the outcome is likely to be.

A large study in the United States, conducted for the National Institute of Mental Health and the Office of School Education Programs, showed that carefully designed medication management and behavioural treatment for ADHD improved all ………………………… of behaviour in school and at home.


11. Sample

emotional long form behaviours divert environment surrounding normal high

Children with the most serious …………………….. disturbances may exhibit distorted thinking, excessive anxiety, bizarre motor acts, and abnormal mood swings.

Many children who do not have emotional disturbance may display some of these same ………………………… at various times during their development. However, when children have an emotional disturbance, these behaviours continue over ………………………… periods of time. Their behaviour signals that they are not coping with their ………………………… or peers.


12. Sample

Remember those mornings when you …………………….  with your parents getting out of the car, then found yourself trying to take your government test later that day, but you were …………………… to concentrate? What you experienced was driven by your emotional intelligence. Studies in human behaviour first coined this term in the late 1990s. It addresses two ………………….. of our psyche.

First, it includes our ability to understand and …………………… our emotions. Second, it includes our ability to understand, and in turn influence, the emotions in other people. Today, many professionals and scholars are making an ……………………….. that we need to teach emotional intelligence on the same level of importance as we teach the ABCs.


Answers:

1.) nightmares, tends, While, scenarios, threats

2.) risks, matter, famines, immense

3.) unprecedented, applications, translation, expected, paid

4.) nature, seriously, proactively, foreseeable

5.) promising, safer, include, coordinated, responses

6.) Significant, cramp, memory, nervous, optimal

7.) official, spoken, language, able, both, studying

8.) limited, enough, indicates, bigger, breaking

9.) difficulty, behaviour, clear, determined, situation

10.) criteria, acute, earlier. measures

11.) emotional, behaviours, long, environment

12.) fought, unable, aspects, manage, argument


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