The Castle Of Fox

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Read the following passage, then choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d: About 349 million people across 79 countries are facing acute food insecurity - up from 287 million in 2021. The global community must not fail on its promise to end hunger and malnutrition by 2030. Many innovations that were once heavily supported and publicized, such as fish-protein concentrate and protein from algae grown on petroleum substrates, have fallen by the wayside. The proposals themselves were technically feasible, but they proved to be economically unviable and to yield food products culturally unacceptable to their consumers. Recent innovations such as opaque-2 maize seems promising, but it is too early to predict its ultimate fate. Despite having extensive governmental support, these unsuccessful innovations often have not been technologically adapted or culturally acceptable to the people for whom they had been developed. A successful new technology, therefore, must fit the entire sociocultural system in which it is to find a place. Security of crop yield, practicality of storage, taste and costs should be put in consideration. For example, the better protein quality in bread made from opaque-2 maize will be of only limited benefit to a family on the margin of subsistence if the new maize is not culturally acceptable or is more likely to be attacked by insects. The adoption of new food technologies depends on more than these technical and cultural considerations; economic factors and governmental policies also strongly influence the ultimate success of any innovation. Some economists exaggerate in claiming that profitability is the key factor guiding technical change and disregard the substantial effects of culture. Most technological innovations in agriculture can be fully used and adopted only by large landowners in case they believe that the innovations will increase their incomes even if they harm sectors of the population and reduce the availability of food in a country. 1.This passage deals with…………….

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2. Any new crop needs mainly to be……………... to be a successful food alternative.

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3.The best sentence that can summarize the last paragraph is……………..

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4. To ensure the success of the new innovation in the developing countries, …………..is necessary.

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5. After reading the passage, we can say that…………….

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6. According to the passage, opaque-2 maize…………..

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7. The writer thinks that before the innovation of new crops, we should know that……………….

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8. According to the passage, fish-protein concentrate .......…….

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