$4\right)$ $\dfrac {-y} {6}=-8$ $6\right)$ $-\dfrac {5} {8}x=-10$ $8\right)$ $-$ $\dfrac {k} {15}=\dfrac {1} {75}$
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search-thumbnail-This test is based on an article entitled Dambostcs Death and clory" by Greig Watson. This describes a
Exereises on Inferences Understanding and inference test questions This test is based on an article entitled $Dambostcs$ Death and clory" by Greig Watson. This describes a famous bombing raid during World War Two. You can read the original article on the BBC News Magnzine site. Each question refers to a specific extract from the article which is included below. 1. Which of the following can you infer from the title $Dambastcrs$ Death and Glory? a. The article will tell the story of an heroic cpisode b. The article will tell a story sct in World War II c. The article will tell a tragic story (The experimental four-tonne bomb had to be dropped at the right height, at the right speed and at exactly the right distance from the target: to allow it to achieve the improbable feat of skipping across water. It had to be |carried in specialy adapted planes, across occupied Europe, at night, by a squadron formed just eight weeks (carlier. And, of course, the dams had to break. 2. Which of the following reveals that a raid of this kind had not been attempted before? 2. Improbable 6. Experimental c. Specially adapted 3. What is the effect of placing the sentence And, of course, the dams had to break on a separate line as a paragraph on its own? a. To add an element of surprise 6. To suggest that the point made in this sentence is a $cy0b\times iou$ one c. $Toimplythat,cvcnifa11thc$ $bcak$ other difficulties were overcome, $theraidmigh$ still fail as the dams might not While the dams and reservoirs of the Ruhr valley, which fed the industrial powerhouse of the Nazi state, had been identified as possible targets in the late 1930s, and noted engineer Barnes Wallis had been developing a suitable bomb since 1940, Operation Chastise was essentially a frantic race against time. The right make the attacks theoretically feasible, happened in combination highest water levels and full moon, to mid-May. Fulol f authorisation had been given in February. 4. Which of the following is closest to the meaning of the $cxprcssi0$ industrial $p0wcrhons$ in the context of the passage? a. The main source $ofNaziGcmany^{°}s$ industrial strength $crethcrearefacto\pi es$ 6. A power station for generating electricity c. A place where 5. What is meant by saying that the attacks were theoretically feasible? they would succeed but in practice they might not a. In theory possibility of the attacks succeeding in practice 6. $Thcrewasn0pO$ $c.1fa11therigh$ factors were in place, the attacks were certain to succeed The squadron - 617 - $wasfomedon21$ March but crews came in for days $anemwards$ Official 617 $S9uadron$ $and$ $imelow-levc$ historian Robert Owen said: "The crews had about six weeks to train in $night-tim$ $ta|s0AVRO$ which navigation with only the sketchiest idea of what the mission was." But $vc1nying$ $hmadethe$ $sii1bcing$ $odcname\right)$ Lancaster, had only slightly longer to modify the planes to carry a huge bomb which was developed. And of course Barnes Wallis and his team had to make Upkeep (the bomb's work.
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