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A newspaper sells 40,000 papers each week. Of these, 64% are sold by subscription. Half of the subscriptions are Sunday papers. How many Sunday papers are sold by subscription? A. 2560 B. 20,000 C. 12,800 D. 25,600
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If a journalist has to cut some information from an article, the best place to cut the article is A. in the lead sentence. B. in the background information. C. in the middle of the article. D. at the end of the article
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What does permafrost mean? A. the land is permanently frozen B. the water is permanently frozen C. the lower layer under the ground is permanently frozen D. the lower layer under the ground is not frozen
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"permafrost" means: the lower layer under the ground is permanently frozen.
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Factories are producers of pollution.
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