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hotter 100 million years ago than it is today.

less hot 100 million years ago than it is today

cooler 100 millon years ago than it is today .

as hot 100 million years ago as it is today.

upon

after

for

with

Would

Did

Are

Were

for buying

to buy

for buy

to buying

thrown

fall

cast

put

scenes

scenario

scenery

scenic

is

are

is being

being

furniture

furnitures

pieces of furnitures

pieces and furniture

Rahim almost ate the whole fish

Rahim ate almost the whole fish.

Almost Rahim ate the whole fish

Rahim ate the whole fish almost.

was

were

raised

rang

pleasing

displeasing

threatening

well -meaning

The river is very profound

The river is too deep.

The river is full profound .

The river is very deep.

Question 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 are based on the following reading.

The Earth's climate changes. It is vastly different now from what it was 100 million years ago when dinosaurs dominated the planet and tropical plants thrive in high latitudes. It is different from what it was even 18,000 years ago when ice sheets covered much more of the northern hemisphere. In the future, it will surely continue to evolve. In part, the evolution will be driven by natural causes, such as slow changes in the Earth's orbit over many thousands of years. But further climatic change, unlike that of the past, will probably have another important source as well as human activities. 

The earth will continue to change.

The Earth will changed more in the past than it will future .

The Earth will change less in the future than it did in the past .

The Earth will not change.

The changes in the past were caused by natural cause as well as human activity .

The changes in the future will be caused as much by human activity as natural causes.

The changes in the past were caused as much by human activity as by natural causes.

The changes in the future will be caused less by human activity than by natural causes.

Evolution

Climatic Change

When the Dinossaurs Ruled

When Tropical plants thrived.

to survive

to exist

to do well

to die

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