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More money should be spent on the criminal justice system. 31 – SHORT PASSAGES – Passages in this section can have one to six questions following. You must respond accordingly. Managing job and family is not simple. Both commitments make strong demands on people and are sometimes in direct opposition to each other. Saying yes to one means saying no to the other, and stress can often result. Being realistic and creating a balance in life can help set priorities. Use of electronic mail (e-mail) has been widespread for more than a decade.

C. it is important to have a balance between job and family responsibilities. d. because they are so important, family duties must take priority over the job. 158. The main idea of the paragraph is that e-mail a. is not always the easiest way to connect people from distant offices. b. has changed considerably since it first began a decade ago. c. causes people to be unproductive when it is used incorrectly. d. is effective for certain kinds of messages but only if managed wisely. Women business owners are critically important to the American economy, yet women still face unique obstacles in the business world.

Mozart: The Early Life of a Musical Prodigy. d. Mozart: The Short Career of a Musical Genius. 202. According to the passage, Wolfgang became interested in music because a. his father thought it would be profitable. b. he had a natural talent. c. he saw his sister learning to play an instrument. d. he came from a musical family. 205. According to the passage, during Wolfgang’s early years, child prodigies were a. few and far between. b. accustomed to extensive concert tours. c. expected to spend at least six hours per a day practicing their music.

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