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APTIS Reading Part 4 - Paragraph Heading 1. Question “His career has been an extraordinary one. He is a man of good birth and

excellent education, endowed by nature with a phenomenal mathematical faculty. At the age of twenty-one he wrote a paper on the Binomial Theorem, in a European style. t was so good that he won the !athematical "hair at one one of our our small smaller er uni#e uni#ersi rsitie ties, s, and and had, had, to all appea appearan rance, ce, a prom promisi ising ng career before ahead of him. Question: What would be a good heading to this paragraph?

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Answer: %herloc& Holmes' bac&ground 2. Question  There was an old man. He stood near the middle of the road in the heat and

sunshine. He stood with hands in the poc&ets of his long coat, and his head was loo&ing at the (oor. E#en though the weather was #ery hot, it loo&ed li&e he was cold. Question: what is the most suitable heading for this paragraph?

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)hat the old man was doin doing g The The old old man' man's s face face The temperat temperature ure in the the street street The The shape shape of of the old old man man

Answer: )hat the old man was doing

3. Question )e had the train carriage to oursel#es, but there were a lot of papers on the

(oor. *ames was pic&ing the papers up and reading them one by one. At the same time, he was note-ta&ing and stopping occasionally to thin&. This lastest until we were past +eading. Then he suddenly rolled them all into a gigantic ball and tossed them out onto the rac&. “Ha#e you heard anything of  the case he as&ed. Question: What is the most suitable heading for this paragraph?

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He tossed up the papers The papers on the (oor The ourney by train +eading the papers

Answer: The ourney by train 4. Question  /es, ha#e you not heard 0oor father has ne#er been strong for years bac&,

but this has made him #ery sic&. He only lies on his bed, and 1r. )illows says that he is a wrec& and that his ner#ous system is #ery bad. !r. !c"arthy was the only man ali#e who had &nown dad in the old days in 2ictoria. Question: What is the most suitable heading for this paragraph?

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Her father's car has bro&en down A father's sic&ness her father is #ery strong Her father wrec&ed the car

5. Question He is a genius, a philosopher, an abstract thin&er. He has a cle#er and

calculating brain. He sits still, li&e a spider in the center of its web, but that web has a thousand strings. He &nows the mo#ement of each line. He does little himself. He only plans. Question: What is the man’s sitting ompare to?

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A brain A %pider 3enius A web

Answer: A %pider !. Question Autumn came. The clouded s&y descended to the hills4 and the dead lea#es

were mo#ing under na&ed trees until the wind. 5rom morning until night you could see the hills and buildings under the wet clouds. The bright summer s&ies were now grey and loo&ed o#er the dar& land. There was a road leading straight through the area and stretched for hundreds of miles. /ou could see it all the way to the hori6on. Question: what is the paragraph desribing?

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The %&y )hat could be seen )et clouds The landscape

". Question He is a genius, a philosopher, an abstract thin&er. He has a cle#er and

calculating brain. He sits still, li&e a spider in the center of its web, but that

web has a thousand strings. He &nows the mo#ement of each line. He does little himself. He only plans. What is the best heading for this paragraph?

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The man's personality The man's philosophy the man's spider The man is a spider

Answer: The man's personality #. Question

7. A\$888888888Albert Einstein was a 3erman-born physicist who de#eloped one of the most important theories within science. He is &nown as arguably the smartest man who li#ed and is credited with showing the world the general y of relati#ity, which is a theory explaining the uni#erse. 9. B\$888888888He recei#ed the :obel 0ri6e in 0hysics in 7;97, but not for relati#ity. His theories of special and general relati#ity are of great importance to many branches of physics and astronomy. They ha#e been conualities with their intelligence ma&e Hus&ies a popular pet. 1. 888888888Hus&ies are often used in media. 5or example, with the story of  the “3reat +ace of !ercy, dogs Balto and Togo famous. They usually appear in mo#ies and cartoons featuring trips to icy and snowy places. An example,

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