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The health, well-being and existence of the plants and animals of a given region must seriously be considered before going ahead with forest clearing for the sake of development.  
       
1.   The phrase plants and animals of a given region can best be replaced with  
         
    A flora and faunia  
    B flora and fauna  
    C florae and faunae  
    D floras and faunas  
         
  Sign at the Sepilok Forest Reserve:

DO NOT FEED THE ANIMALS

 
       
2.   The reason for this sign is because  
         
    A wild animals can get an upset stomach.  
    B wild animals can be killed by processed food  
    C wild animals will settle in towns  
    D wild animals will lose their instinct to hunt  
         
 

One Man's Meat is

Another Man's Poison

 
         
3.   The saying means that  
         
    A different people like different kinds of meat  
    B meat can be poisonous  
    C A person may like what another dislikes  
    D It is dangerous to eat human flesh  
         
  NO PAIN NO GAIN  
         
4.   The proverb means that  
         
    A achievement without hard work is unlikely  
    B profitable businesses can bring good earnings  
    C pain is good for making gains  
    D achieve without going through a lot of trouble  
         

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    Answers : 1B    2D    3C    4A
 
     
 
 

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