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What is Type 1 of the four types of questions that will be asked?
Type 1 is finding specific information or directly stated details contained in the reading passage.
What is Type 2 of the four types of questions that will be asked?
Type 2 is recognizing the main idea or concept expressed in the passage.
What is Type 3 of the four types of questions that will be asked?
Type 3 is determining the meaning of the certain words as used in context.
What is Type 4 of the four types of questions that will be asked?
Type 4 is concerned with finding implications or drawing inferences from a stated idea.
What is Type 1 of the four types of questions that will be asked?
Type 1 is finding specific information or directly stated details contained in the reading passage.
What is Type 2 of the four types of questions that will be asked?
Type 2 is recognizing the main idea or concept expressed in the passage.
What is Type 3 of the four types of questions that will be asked?
Type 3 is determining the meaning of the certain words as used in context.
What is Type 4 of the four types of questions that will be asked?
Type 4 is concerned with finding implications or drawing inferences from a stated idea.
In the relations of man to nature, the procuring of food and shelter is fundamental. With the migration of man to various climates, ever-new adjustments to the food supply and to the climate became necessary.
According to the passage, the means by which man supplies his material needs are
A. accidental
B. inadequate
C. limited
D. varied
D. varied
The author talks about "adjustments" to the food supply and climate. Of the available choices, the only word related to adjustment is "varied."