Reading : MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONSاستراتژی سوالات چند گزینه ای در ریدینگ بعد از خواندن تکست سوال را بخوانید ، کلمات کلیدی را مشخص کنید و بهترین گزینه را انتخاب کنید.
The Isles of Scilly (pronounced 5/LL-ee) form an archipelago off the southwestern tip of Cornwall. They are comprised of 140 islands and islets, the most significant of which are St Mary’s, Tresco, St Martin’s (with White Island), St Agnes (with Gugh), Bryher (with Gweal), Samson, Annet, St Helen’s, Tean and Great Ganilly. The total population of the Isles of Scilly is just over two thousand. Scientific evidence suggests that the isles were likely much larger in ancient times and that many of them would have been joined into one island. Rising sea levels over time have led to the current geography
: Choose the correct answer .A, B or C
: The geography of the Isles of Scilly was shaped by
.A. changing sea levels .B. a decline in farming .C. a rise in population
The geography of the Isles of Scilly is discussed in the first paragraph. The final sentence of this paragraph says that rising sea levels over time led to the current geography
Therefore Answer A. is correct – changing sea levels shaped the isles’ geography. As for the other answers: The second paragraph mentions a decline in farming, but this is not connected to the isles’ geography, so B. is incorrect. A rise in population is not mentioned in the passage, so C. is incorrect