before they are made. Using this ability, she
has become a leading expert in this industry.
Grandin's life story reminds us that all people, whether labeled "disabled"
or not, possess abilities of some description. The challenge for every human
being is to find their gift, whether great or small, and use it to the best of their
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(A) an acquired skill (B) a generous donation (C) a natural ability
(A) Most autistic people have special talents such as remembering
(B) Autism is one of the most difficult diseases to cure in the 21st
(C) Deeper public understanding of autism and provision of proper
training may help autistic people build better social relationships.
(D) Temple Grandin's mother did not admit that her daughter had autism.
(E) It is because Temple Grandin can draw pictures as realistic as
photographs that she has a successful career.
(F) People with autism show more or less the same degree of seriousness
of the condition.
(G) Temple Grandin's story encourages us to take a more flexible view of
the potential every individual has.
Humanity has always been on the move. According to one influential
theory, the first major human migration occurred when early humans moved
out of Africa to spread out around the world. In more recent times, Africa
was again the source of a major population movement when possibly 12 million
people were forcibly transported to the New World as slaves between the 16th
and 19th centuries. Greater than this, though, was the movement of 59 million
people from Europe to North and South America, Australia and New Zealand
between 1846 and 1939.
While the mass migration and settlement that characterized the growth of
the Americas in the 19th century has ended, modern migration is still
considerable. Around 3% of the world's population are currently classed as
migrants-that is, people living ( a ) their countries of birth. This
number is increasing as the globalization of the world proceeds, and is likely
increase further. However, migration has also become more complex and the
traditional image of a ]vale migrant and his family leaving their homeland
forever to start a new life