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Vocabulary The word “depressions” in the passage is closest in meaning to
Detail According to paragraph 6, why are limestone and sandstone aquifers not being refilled? According to paragraph 1, what is true about the positions of the massive animals depicted in the paintings?
Negative Detail According to paragraph 5, all of the following are true about the men in the cave paintings EXCEPT:
Inference What can be inferred in paragraph 7 about shallow aquifers? What is implied in the theory mentioned in paragraph 3 about the fact that some paintings in Lascaux are drawn directly over others?
Pronoun The word “them” in paragraph 4 refers to:
Plug-in Look at the four squares (❒) that indicate where the following sentence could be added to the passage. In fact, these water deposits have recently become the focus of increased attention as a source of freshwater for the inhabitants of desert areas.
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