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March 16, 2015

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true
not given
true
true

Thank you very much, Simon

False
NG
True
NG

1-F'
2-NG
3-T
4-F It is not mentioned that it is the predominant,
"Today, hurricane force winds are sometimes described as Beaufort scale 12 to 16"

1.FALSE
2.NOT GIVEN
3.TRUE
4.NOT GIVEN

False
Not Given
True
Not Given

1. False
- it is a measure of wind speed and not of force in the scientific sense.
2. Not given
3. True
- the original scale = the initial scale.
4. False
- predominant vs sometimes

False
Not Given
True
Not Given

1. T
2. NG
3.T
4. F

1. FALSE
2.NG
3.TRUE
4.NG

1.True
2.False
3.not given
4.true

F,NG, F, T

1. True
3. Not given
3. True
4. False

1. False
2.Not Given
3. True
3. True

1. False
3. Not given
3. True
4. False

1. NG
2. NG
3. True
4. False

F
NG
T
T

1.False
2.Not given
3.True
4.Not given

1-false
2-false
3-true
4-false

F
NG
T
F

T
T
F
F

F
NG
T
F

False
Not given
False
False.

1-f
2-ng
3-t
4-ng

F
NG
T
NG

1. False
2. NG
3. True
4. False

T
NG
T
NG

1. T
2. F
3. T
4. T

1f 2 ng 3 t 4 f

false
true
true
not given

1. False
"It is a measure of wind speed and NOT of force in the scientific sense".

2. Not given

3. True
"but related qualitative wind conditions to effects on the sails of a frigate"

4. Not given

F
Ng
F
T
Ng

F
NG
T
NG

F
NG
T
F

F,NG,T,T

F, f, t, ng

F/F/T/NG

f
NG
true
NG

F
Ng
T
NG

1.F
2.NG
3.T
4.F

F
Ng
T
NG

F
NG
T
T

1. False (scientific # empirical)
2. False (devise # demand)
3. True (related = measured)
4. Not given

1. False
2. Not Gven
3. True.
4. True .

1. False
2. Not Given
3. True
4. True

F
N g
T
Ng

t
ng
t
t

PS: I'd have chosen F for the 3rd question, but then I checked the meaning of "frigate" in the dictionary and that cleared my confusion. ( sorry for the cheating)
CONCLUSION: THUS it is clear from above that how VOCABULARY can affect our reading scores!

F
N.G
T
N.G

F
NG
T
F

F
N
T
F

False
NG
True
NG

False
Not Given
True
Not Given

f
n
t
t

Hi all,
This is my answer:
1. False
2. Not given
3. True
4. Not given

1. False
2. Not given
3. True
4. Not given

1.False
2.Not given
3.True
4.True

1. False (not of force in the scientific sense)
2. Not given
3. True
4. Not given

1 True
2 Not given
3 True
4 Not given

1.F
2. NG
3. T
4. NG

1 F
2 NG
3 T
4 NG

1. F
2. NG
3. T
4 NG

1.true 2.not given 3.true 4.false

1. False

2. NG

3. True

5. NG

1. F. /The Beaufort scale is an empirical measure.../empirical vs scientific
2. NG. /naval officers made regular weather observations, but there was no standard scale and so they could be very subjective./only this sentence refers to naval officers.
3. T. /The initial scale of thirteen classes (zero to twelve) did not ... but related qualitative wind conditions to effects on the sails of a frigate./initial scale vs the original scale
4. NG.

1. False
2. Not given
3. True
4. False

Here is my answer.
1. F;
2. NG;
3. T;
4. NG.

Thank you, Mr. Simon.

F
NG
T
NG

1 ng
2 ng
3f
4t

HEre are my answers
1.F
2.NG
3.T
4.T

1.T
2.F
3.T
4.NG

1.F
2.F
3.T
4.NG

F
NG
T
F

My answer is:
1. F
2. NG
3. T
4. T

My answer is:
1. F
2. NG
3. T
4. T

1.T
2.NG
3.T
4.F

1. False
2. Not Given
3. True
4. Not Given

Not given
Not given
True
False

1. False
2. Not given
3. True
4. Not given

1. False
2. Not given
3. True
4. Not given ( the entire last paragraph does not say anything related to the fact that 'the Beaufort scale is still the predominant scale'. It only mentions about the descriptions were changed (from the sails to the sea) and more forces were added to the scale.

1.False
2.Not Given
3.True
4.False

1: True
2: Not given
3: True
4: False

1) FALSE
2) NOT GIVEN
3) TRUE
4) NOT GIVEN

1- false
2- true
3- true
4- not given

i will change the second question answer:

2- NG

1.F
2.NG
3.T
4.T

1-F
2-T
3-NG
4-F

F
NG
T
T

F,T,T, NG

F
NG
T
NG

F
NaG
T
NG

F
NG
T
NG

1. False
[although it is a measure of wind speed and not of force in the scientific sense.]

2. Not Given
(No information given about Navy's demand)

3. True
[The initial scale of thirteen classes did not reference wind speed numbers but related qualitative wind conditions to effects on the sails of a frigate(a warship)]

4. Not Given
[Today, hurricane force winds are sometimes described as Beaufort scale (No information about Predominant)

1.F
2.NG
3.T
4.F

1. TRUE
2. NOT GIVEN
3.TRUE
4. FALSE

F
F
T
NG

1. False
2. False
3. True
4. Not given

1.False
2.False
3.True
4.Not Given
How can I find the answers?

Dear Mr Simon,

Please give us the correct answers for these questions. It's really excited to know whether my answers are correct or not. I can't wait anymore.

Thank you very much.

1.False
2.False
3.True
4. Not Given

1.False
2.Not Given
3.True
4.False

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