far more, than
must be removed
have to removed
could have been removed
is confirming, maintained
Confirms, hame beeb maintained
was confirmed, have been maintained
confirms, are maintainings
was, will hurt
will be, were hurt
would be, is hurt
on the contrary
that it use
Only a few crops
Only few crop
Only alittle crops
Only little crop
the another is partial
the partial is other
other is partial
the other is partial
the largest than the ones in
larger than the ones in
larger the ones in
the largest of the ones in
Is English spoke well by him?
Was English spoken well by him?
Is English spoken well by him
Is English spoken well to him?
Who do the book belongs to?
Who belongs to the book?
Who does the book belong to ?
To whom does the book belong to?
What did the bear say to you?
What did the bear tell to your ear?
What did the bear whisper to you?
What did the bear whisper to your ear?
Question 26, 27 and 28 are based on the following reading.
The pioneers of science education imagined that its introduction into the curriculum would erase conventionality, artificiality, and prejudice. So, too in their time had the humanists thought that the study of the classics would banish pedantry and superstition. The chief claim for the use of science in the learning process is that it teaches young ones some truths about the universe that we are part of, acquaints them with the highlights of scientific discoveries, and rationally. To some extent, these goals have been reached only in the first of these aims. Young people who have been given this sort of science education will know the basics of physics and chemistry. However, they will know not much more than what they would have learned by picking up scientific hobbies or suing everyday scientific appliances.
The advantages of science education for young people
Preparing students for science education
The Classics and science education for the young .
The problems of science education for young people
teaching them about important scientific discoveries
teaching them to think logically and correctly
teaching young people some truths about the universe
teaching them about scientific appliances
Question 29 and 30 are based on the following reading.