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雅思阅读教程(内部资料)Secrets of the Forest

1、

The reason for the simplicity of the Indian way of life is that Amazonia has always been unable to support a more complex society.

  • YES
  • NO
  • NOT GIVEN

2、There is a crucial popular misconception about the human history of Amazonia.

  • YES
  • NO
  • NOT GIVEN

3、Them are lessons to be learned from similar ecosystems in other parts of the world.

  • YES
  • NO
  • NOT GIVEN

4、Most ecologists were aware that the areas of Amazonia they were working in had been shaped by human settlement.

  • YES
  • NO
  • NOT GIVEN

5、The indigenous Amazonian Indians are necessary to the well-Being of the forest.

  • YES
  • NO
  • NOT GIVEN

6、It would be possible for certain parts of Amazonia to support a higher population.

  • YES
  • NO
  • NOT GIVEN

7、In 1942 the US anthropology student concluded that the Sirono                          

  • A  were unusually aggressive and cruel.
  • B  had had their way of life destroyed by invaders.
  • C  were an extremely primitive society.
  • D  had only recently made permanent settlements.

8、The author believes recent discoveries of the remains of complex societies in Amazonia                          

  • A  are evidence of early indigenous communities.
  • B  are the remains of settlements by invaders.
  • C  are the ruins of communities established since the European invasions.
  • D  show the region has only relatively recently been covered by forest.

9、The assumption that the tropical secoystem of Amazonia has been created solel by natural forces                  

  • A  has often been questioned by ecologists in the past.
  • B  has been shown to be incorrect by recent research.
  • C  was made by Peter Feinsinger and other ecologists.
  • D  has led to some fruitful discoveries.

10、The application of our new insights into the Amazonian past would                            

  • A  warn us against allowing any development at all.
  • B  cause further suffering to the Indian communities.
  • C  change present policies on development in the region.
  • D  reduce the amount of hunting, fishing and 'slash-and-burn'.