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D
A

B
A

D
A

C
A

C
D

C
A

C
B

B
B

C
D

D
A

C
D

D
A

1.C
But he came back a few days later to say, “I couldn’t do it. I couldn’t reduce it to the freshman level. That means we don’t really understand it.”
2.D
His point was that we need to build our grasp of science and technology from the ground up if we are to master it

d

a

C
A

D
A

1.D
2.A

D
A

D
A

C
A

1. D
2. A

D
A

C
A

1. C = But he came back a few days later to say, “I couldn’t do it. I couldn’t reduce it to the freshman level. That means we don’t really understand it.”
2. A = His point was that we need to build our grasp of science and technology from the ground up if we are to master it,

B
D

C
A

1. C we (He and I) dont really understand it
2.A his point was that = believe that

1.D
2.A

1. D, keywords: I'll prepare a freshman lecture
I'll prepare (promised to give his answer)
a freshman lecture (an introductory lesson)

2. A, keywords: need to build our grasp of science and technology from the ground up if we are to master it
from ground up (basic scientific principles)

D A

D
A

D
A

C
D

c ,a

C
A

D
A

1-D
2-B

1.D
2.A

1.C
2.A

C
Feynman said, “I’ll prepare a freshman lecture on it.” But he came back a few days later to say, “I couldn’t do it. I couldn’t reduce it to the freshman level. That means we don’t really understand it.”
A
His point was that we need to build our grasp of science and technology from the ground up if we are to master it

C
A

1. C 2. A

The answer is -
D
A

My answer is D and A

1. D
2. A

D A

1.C
2.D

1. D
Key words: "Feynman said, “I’ll prepare a freshman lecture on it.”"

2. A
Key words: "His point was that we need to build our grasp of science and technology from the ground up if we are to master it, not to mention reimagine how it works"

C
D

If you answered C in question 1, you have overthought.

The instant response from Feynman was that He would get a lecture to explain the answer, he could not manage to provide the answer eventually, thought.

1.D
2.A

1-C
2-A

C, D

C, A

1. D
2. A

1. D

2. A

In question 1, if selection A does not exist, I would pick D. Now I think C is likely the answer.

In terms of the next question, I would say it should be A.

Feynman said, “I’ll prepare a freshman lecture on it.”
D


His point was that we need to build our grasp of science and technology from the ground up if we are to master it
B

D, A

Lincoln made common mistake. Right answer was chosen but he transfered wrong character into Answer Sheet)))

Ansew is
C,D

1.D
freshman = introductory
2.A

1) C
2 ) A

how can we get the correct answer?

CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

1. D
promised to give his answer in an introductory lesson = I’ll prepare a freshman lecture on it

2. A
scientists should master basic scientific principles first = we need to build our grasp of science and technology from the ground up if we are to master it

D'A

D,A

1. C
2. A

1.D
2.B

1.B
2.A

C
A

1. D
2. A

1. D
2. A

B
A

Hi Simon,

I have problem to find the true false answers and list of heading in the passages where time is mentioned..like millennium...decades.... over the years.etc
Please share some passages to solve like this it can help me

Thanks,
Maya

In addition to my previous comments.. bicycle invention was the passage which came to solve in my recent reading section and in what year they invented it was difficult to findout.In the middle of the year .....
After two decades....etc..

1. D //I’ll prepare a freshman lecture on it.
2. A //His point was that we need to build our grasp of science and technology from the ground up if we are to master it, not to mention reimagine how it works.

Dear Saimon

Greetings !!!

Please answer these two questions with proper explanations so that we could understand it very well.

Expecting your soonest revert

Regards,

Shuvo

D and A

C- “I couldn’t do it. I couldn’t reduce it to the freshman level. That means we don’t really understand it.”
D- By mastering these first principles, Feynman often saw things that others did not in quantum mechanics, computing, and nuclear physics, earning him the Nobel Prize in 1965.

D
A

FROM SIMON:

For question 1, C is NOT correct. Regardless of what happened in the end, he DID initially promise to do make a freshman-level lesson (answer D).

1.
D :I’ll prepare a freshman lecture on it.

2.
A :we need to build our grasp of science and technology from the ground up if we are to master it.

D
A
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D. Promised to give introductory lesson = will give a freshman lecture on it

A. Should master basic scientific principle first = grasp , ground

d a

Dear Simon,

I was wrong in question 1 as I chose C.
Though i read your explanation, it still makes me confused a little.
There is a trap here, so how do I know when the question cheats the nice candidates like me :p

Anyway, many thanks you for your site.

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