Mikhil Jaislnghanl:
  After reading your article “The Truth About Global Warming”, I’m no less concerned about the earth’s environmental condition. You say “Scientists are still differing with huge gaps in their knowledge.” But Lindzen, the writer of the article, is no closer to the truth simply because he can criticize. Global warming may be far from understood, but let us act to prevent it anyway, just in case the effects are real.
  John Leaver:
  It’s shameful that you present Lindzen’s views on climate change as “The Truth About Global Warming.” It seems that your magazine is keeping an open mind, even though you admit that most climate scientists disagree with Lindzen’s opinions. You characterize the view that waste gases should be cut as “very European. “ I take it that it is very American to pursue a policy of unlimited energy consumption without considering what most scientists and other countries think.
  Thomas Hervouet:
  How can we believe a man who holds that there is only a very weak link between lung cancer and cigarette smoking? Lindzen’s position is unacceptable because it shows his lack of knowledge about cancer. I believe that French President Jacques Chirac is more informed on global warming-- which no serious scientist denies--than President Bush, whose interests depend on the oil industry.
  Hans-Joachim Hell:
  What Lindzen says makes sense to mc. For years I’ve read articles on negative climatic change and greenhouse effect. The only agreement seems to be “We agree that we disagree. “Considering the recent chilly summers in Germany, I’ve no idea where the “warming” can be found. In past decades, summers were hot, almost unbearable. Now, in the midst of summer, we turn the heaters on and wear warm clothes.
  Derek Kickinson:
  The U.S. government should act for the American people by signing the Kyoto Agreement, instead of acting for Big Oil in America. Even if scientists cannot agree on the numbers, global warming is taking place, and this is not beneficial for the planet. The anti-Kyoto position of the U.S. government is a short-term political move, but the long-term losers will be the American people and the environment.
  Now match the name of each person (1 to 5) to the appropriate statement.
  Note: there are two extra statements.
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                Directions: Read the pieces taken from five letters to a magazine by five people commenting on an article about global warming. For questions 1 to 5, match the name of each person (1 to 5) to one of the statements (A to G) given below. Mark your answers on ANSWER SHEET.
                  Mikhil Jaislnghanl:
                  After reading your article “The Truth About Global Warming”, I’m no less concerned about the earth’s environmental condition. You say “Scientists are still differing with huge gaps in their knowledge.” But Lindzen, the writer of the article, is no closer to the truth simply because he can criticize. Global warming may be far from understood, but let us act to prevent it anyway, just in case the effects are real.
                  John Leaver:
                  It’s shameful that you present Lindzen’s views on climate change as “The Truth About Global Warming.” It seems that your magazine is keeping an open mind, even though you admit that most climate scientists disagree with Lindzen’s opinions. You characterize the view that waste gases should be cut as “very European. “ I take it that it is very American to pursue a policy of unlimited energy consumption without considering what most scientists and other countries think.
                  Thomas Hervouet:
                  How can we believe a man who holds that there is only a very weak link between lung cancer and cigarette smoking? Lindzen’s position is unacceptable because it shows his lack of knowledge about cancer. I believe that French President Jacques Chirac is more informed on global warming-- which no serious scientist denies--than President Bush, whose interests depend on the oil industry.
                  Hans-Joachim Hell:
                  What Lindzen says makes sense to mc. For years I’ve read articles on negative climatic change and greenhouse effect. The only agreement seems to be “We agree that we disagree. “Considering the recent chilly summers in Germany, I’ve no idea where the “warming” can be found. In past decades, summers were hot, almost unbearable. Now, in the midst of summer, we turn the heaters on and wear warm clothes.
                  Derek Kickinson:
                  The U.S. government should act for the American people by signing the Kyoto Agreement, instead of acting for Big Oil in America. Even if scientists cannot agree on the numbers, global warming is taking place, and this is not beneficial for the planet. The anti-Kyoto position of the U.S. government is a short-term political move, but the long-term losers will be the American people and the environment.
                  Now match the name of each person (1 to 5) to the appropriate statement.
                  Note: there are two extra statements.
                  Statements
                  

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                          參考答案: B,E,A,C,D