The three main arguments against big data raised by Text II in the second paragraph are:
Based on the summary provided for Text I, mark the statements
below as TRUE (T ) or FALSE (F ).
( ) Contextual clues are still not accounted for by computers.
( ) Computers are unreliable because they focus on language patterns.
( ) A game has been invented based on the words people use.
The statements are, respectively:
The use of the phrase “the backlash” in the title of Text II means the:
The title of Text I reveals that the author of this text is:
The word “so” in “perhaps more so than the words and signals” is used to refer to something already stated in Text I. In this context, it refers to:
If you are holding a fishing pole, the word “bank” means a:
When Text II mentions “grumblers” in “to face the grumblers”, it refers to:
According to the researchers from the University of California, Berkeley:
The base form, past tense and past participle of the verb “fall” in “The criticisms fall into three areas” are, respectively:
The phrase “lots of data to chew on” in Text II makes use of figurative language and shares some common characteristics with: