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A There were only a few people who had positive attitudes towards the possibility of such a progress. Laws are actually rules and guidelines that are set up by the social institutions to govern behavior. These laws are made by government officials that in some countries are elected by the public to represent their views. In simple terms, laws are basically things that a person can and cannot do. Legislation is another term meaning statutory law. These laws have been enacted by a legislature or the governing body of a country.

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It is stated in the passage that in the early 20th century …. A There were only a few people who had positive attitudes towards the possibility of such a progress. Laws are actually rules and guidelines that are set up by the social institutions to govern behavior. These laws are made by government officials that in some countries are elected by the public to represent their views. In simple terms, laws are basically things that a person can and cannot do. Legislation is another term meaning statutory law.

These laws have been enacted by a legislature or the governing body of a country. Legislation can also mean the process of making the law. It can be understood from the passage that legislation …. It is clearly stated in the passage that "due to developments in mechanisation now it is possible" ….

Einstein developed his famous theory of relativity shortly after It showed the close connection between space, time and gravity. And it led to surprising predictions. One of them was that matter and energy could be changed into each other. The two are simply different forms of the same thing. This idea enabled man to split the atom and later to obtain large amounts of nuclear energy. A was confined to the study of the structure of the atom B gave clarity to various phenomena that Newton had failed to explain C gave very little importance to the role of gravity in the universe D was developed, in the first place, to open up new sources of energy E was basically unrelated to Newton is theories.

According to the passage, it was at about the turn of the 20th century that E has been the discovery of a new source of energy.

It consists of a giant white dish supported at a great height on a large and complicated structure of steel. The telescope can pick up signals in the universe that are 10 billion light years away. And so it is truly extraordinary.

The steel structure that carries it, however, has the usual and very ordinary disadvantage of being liable to rust. This of course means that it has to be painted regularly. Painting this, however, is not an ordinary or a simple task. The men who do the painting are given a special training which includes rescue work. As they do the painting, the men work from ropes as this is the method which has been found to be the safest way of working at a height.

A should have been given a less complicated design B turned out to be more expensive than had been estimated C has to be replaced completely at regular intervals D presents a serious maintenance problem E has to be painted at least once a year. It is clear from the passage that the work of painting the steel structure of this telescope A requires special skills and is also comparatively dangerous B is quite straightforward once the method has been learned C requires the removal of the dish D is relatively easy but extremely boring E can be done by anyone who knows how to paint.

It is pointed out in the passage that the Lovell Telescope Lovell Teleskobu Space camps are a response to the rapidly expanding discovery of space and to the fascination with the unknown which is such a deeply ingrained aspect of human nature.

The birth of the space camp project, designed to educate young people about space, goes back to the year With the support of NASA, the camps aim to teach young people about the latest space technology and sciences in an entertaining atmosphere. Dr Werner von Braun, the scientist celebrated as the father of the Saturn V rocket, which carried the first manned flight to the moon, was the first person to put forward the idea of space camps. We understand from the passage that the main reason why space camps are set up is to As is pointed out in the passage, the person who first suggested the establishment of space camps A was also responsible for sending the first astronauts to the moon B had himself always been fascinated by space C was actually little known until the first moon landing D had been working for NASA since the early s E had always stressed that the education of young people should have a practical approach.

E give youngsters an opportunity to enjoy learning about space and related scientific activities. When peace came, this once most beautiful and urbane of cities was in urgent need of large-scale reconstruction. In the years following the end of World War II in Europe, modern architecture had an unprecedented opportunity to demonstrate a socially minded, urban style.

The consensus today is that in most places it failed. The young Dutch architect Aldo van Eyck was one of the earliest critics of the mechanistic approach taken by his modernist colleagues to urban reconstruction.

The failure of architecture and planning to recreate forms of urban community and solidarity has become a problem in post-war Europe, as so many acclaimed housing estates, new towns, or newly designed urban quarters, around Europe, have been troubled by vandalism, disrepair and abandonment.

Van Eyck saw this coming. In at the age of 28, he went to work for the Office for Public Works in Amsterdam and, as his first project, built a small playground. We understand from the passage that, in the late s, Europe was in need of massive reconstruction due to A the destruction caused by World War II B the mechanistic approach taken by post-war architects to urban reconstruction C vandalism, disrepair and abandonment of property D the unprecedented opportunity to demonstrate a socially minded, urban style E the failure of modern architecture.

It is stated in the passage that although , it was mostly unable to do so. It is clear from the passage that the new towns and residential areas built after World War II in Europe A were the work of a very talented group of young architects B immediately became popular and have remained so to this day C became the most beautiful areas in and around the cities D failed to provide a sense of community for the residents E had playgrounds designed by van Eyck.

When peace came this once most beautiful and urbane of cities was in urgent need of large-scale reconstruction. It can be understood from the passage that legislation … A is a different term that determines what a person can and cannot do. A was confined to the study of the structure of the atom B gave clarity to various phenomena that Newton had failed to explain C gave very little importance to the role of gravity in the universe D was developed, in the first place, to open up new sources of energy E was basically unrelated to Newton is theories 2.

A was confined to the study of the structure of the atom B gave clarity to various phenomena that Newton had failed to explain C gave very little importance to the role of gravity in the universe D was developed, in the first place, to open up new sources of energy E was basically unrelated to Newton is theories Einstein developed his famous theory of relativity shortly after E has been the discovery of a new source of energy Dikkat!

It is pointed out in the passage that the Lovell Telescope A should have been given a less complicated design B turned out to be more expensive than had been estimated C has to be replaced completely at regular intervals D presents a serious maintenance problem E has to be painted at least once a year 6.

As it is pointed out in the passage E give youngsters an opportunity to enjoy learning about space and related scientific activities Dikkat! A was also responsible for sending the first astronauts to the moon B had himself always been fascinated by space C was actually little known until the first moon landing D had been working for NASA since the early s E had always stressed that the education of young people should have a practical approach Space camps are a response to the rapidly expanding discovery of space and to the fascination with the unknown which is such a deeply ingrained aspect of human nature.

A the destruction caused by World War II B the mechanistic approach taken by post-war architects to urban reconstruction C vandalism, disrepair and abandonment of property D the unprecedented opportunity to demonstrate a socially minded, urban style E the failure of modern architecture A were the work of a very talented group of young architects B immediately became popular and have remained so to this day C became the most beautiful areas in and around the cities D failed to provide a sense of community for the residents E had playgrounds designed by van Eyck According to the passage, Aldo van Eyck

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