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Reading: Re-order paragraphs 1

(A)  In the urban areas, 75 percent of individuals who have taken the test have a heart age that is at least one year older than their real age.

(B)  A campaign has been launched to help people find out their ‘heart age’.

(C)  The free online heart age test asks people some basic lifestyle questions, including blood pressure, and will give an instant estimation of someone’s heart age.

(D) Those who have a heart age higher than their real age are at an increased risk of heart attack or stroke.

(E)  Ministry of Health has created an online test in an effort to reduce the number of deaths from heart disease or stroke. 

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(B) A campaign has been launched to help people find out their ‘heart age’.
(E ) Ministry of Health has created an online test in an effort to reduce the number of deaths from heart disease or stroke.
(C) The free online heart age test asks people some basic lifestyle questions, including blood pressure, and will give an instant estimation of someone’s heart age.
(A) In the urban areas, 75 percent of individuals who have taken the test have a heart age that is at least one year older than their real age.
(D) Those who have a heart age higher than their real age are at an increased risk of heart attack or stroke.

Reading: Re-order paragraphs 2

(A) As it kills all the smaller fishes, this gigantic predator poses a genuine risk to the environment.

(B) The Southern Pike is a big obnoxious fish species which inhabits Lake Erie.

(C)  As a result, many species of fishes in the lake face extermination which is unhealthy for the ecosystem.

(D)  This enormous hungry fish eats up little fishes such as trout and perch that live in the lake. 

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(B) The Southern Pike is a big obnoxious fish species which inhabits Lake Erie.

(D) This enormous hungry fish eats up little fishes such as trout and perch that live in the lake.
(A) As it kills all the smaller fishes, this gigantic predator poses a genuine risk to the environment. 
(C) As a result, many species of fishes in the lake face extermination which is unhealthy for the ecosystem.

Reading: Re-order paragraphs 3

(A) During summers, trees adjacent to the wetlands drop fruit into the water.

(B) The largest fruit-eating fish are primarily responsible for seed distribution and the growth of wetland habitat.

(C)  Most plant species in tropical forests are dispersed in this way.

(D)  The greatest propagators of seeds are the large fishes which swallow these fruits which then pass through their excreta.

(E)  Freshwater fishes eat hundreds of plant species. 

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(E) Freshwater fishes eat hundreds of plant species.

(B) The largest fruit-eating fish are primarily responsible for seed distribution and the growth of wetland habitat.

(A) During summers, trees adjacent to the wetlands drop fruit into the water.

(D) The greatest propagators of seeds are the large fishes which swallow these fruits which then pass through their excreta.

(C) Most plant species in tropical forests are dispersed in this way.

Reading: Re-order paragraphs 4

(A) This bitter taste is a defensive feature which the plant produces to keep animals like us from destroying it.

(B) Apple, cherry and apricot seeds are not considered to be edible.

(C)  It comes from a substance called amygdalin .

(D) This chemical turns into cyanide when it comes into contact with acids in the human digestive system.

(E)  They are hard, bitter, and unpleasant.

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(B) Apple, cherry and apricot seeds are not considered to be edible.

(E) They are hard, bitter, and unpleasant.

(A) This bitter taste is a defensive feature whichthe plant produces to keep animals like us from destroying it.

(C) It comes from a substance called amygdalin . 

(D) This chemical turns into cyanide when it comes into contact with acids in the human digestive system.

Reading: Re-order paragraphs 5

A)  Malaya adopted UTC+09  Tokyo time on 15 February 1942 after the Japanese occupation.

B)  At the end of the Second World War and Malaya ‘s return to the British, Singapore reverted to its pre-war timezone.

C)  Singapore Standard Time (SST) is used in Singapore and is 8 hours ahead of UTC.


D) While official appointments were made according to Tokyo time, it was common practice to keep two separate times: pre-occupation time at home and on personal watches, time in Tokyo.

E)  Singapore initially adopted the Malayan  time, which was UTC+07:30, when it was part of British Malaya in 1941,

F) “Singapore Standard Time” (SST) was created on 1 January 1982, when Singapore moved half an hour forward from the pre-war timezone, on 31 December 1981 at 11:30 pm.

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C)  Singapore Standard Time (SST) is used in Singapore and is 8 hours ahead of UTC.


E)  Singapore initially adopted the Malayan  time, which was UTC+07:30, when it was part of British Malaya in 1941,


A)  Malaya adopted UTC+09  Tokyo time on 15 February 1942 after the Japanese occupation.

D) While official appointments were made according to Tokyo time, it was common practice to keep two separate times: pre-occupation time at home and on personal watches, time in Tokyo.


B)  At the end of the Second World War and Malaya ‘s return to the British, Singapore reverted to its pre-war timezone.


F) “Singapore Standard Time” (SST) was created on 1 January 1982, when Singapore moved half an hour forward from the pre-war timezone, on 31 December 1981 at 11:30 pm.


Reading: Re-order paragraphs 6


(A) Covering vast stretches of open desert, this flower is found at elevations below 4,500 feet.

(B) Horses graze these blossoms avidly but are annoyed by a small fly that frequents the fragrant blossoms, giving the plant the name “fly flower”.

(C) Goldfields is a spring flower that belongs to the sunflower family.

(D) The low-growing plant produces small but attractive blossoms on plains, March to May.

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(C) Goldfields is a spring flower that belongs to the sunflower family. (A) Covering vast stretches of open desert, this flower is found at elevations below 4,500 feet. (D) The low-growing plant produces small but attractive blossoms on plains, March to May. (B) Horses graze these blossoms avidly but are annoyed by a small fly that frequents the fragrant blossoms, giving the plant the name “fly flower”.

Reading: Re-order paragraphs 7

(A) It was first mentioned in Asian literature about 2000 B.C.

(B) It is said that it was invented in order to teach the royals the art of war.

(C)  Chess is one of the oldest, and probably the most scientific game.

(D) It was originally played by kings in India, Persia, and Arabia.

(E) The origins of this game are mysterious.

 

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(C) Chess is one of the oldest, and probably the most scientific game. (E) The origins of this game are mysterious. (A) It was first mentioned in Asian literature about 2000 B.C. (D) It was originally played by kings in India, Persia, and Arabia. (B) It is said that it was invented in order to teach the royals the art of war.