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Listening comprehension Feb 12, 2009

Listening comprehension Feb 12, 2009

Listening comprehension

Listen to the audio file and answer the following questions:

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1. The article says that satellite images can be used
a). only for good purposes
b). for both good and bad purposes
c). to see nothing smaller than a truck
d). To locate submarines underwater

2. What country tried to purchase detailed images through a dummy company in Australia?
a). China
b). North Korea
c). Iran
d). Pakistan

3. Satellite images are gathered
a). only by governments
b). only by private companies
c). by both governments and private companies

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