Paraphrasing Test - 7

1. Entering a country without a valid visa may result in detention or removal from the country.
 A) If the validity of the visa expires, the visitor might be deported from the country.
 B) Many people have been arrested or deported from a country while entering it without a valid visa.
 C) If you don't have a valid visa for entering a country, you might be either arrested or deported.
 D) In some countries one may obtain a visa on arrival at major points of entry.
 E) You might be deported from a country, even if your visa is still valid.
2. Dried and salted fish were valuable commodities in the past because they were a source of protein that could be easily transported and stored.
 A) Dried and salted fish have always been valuable commodities and nutritious sources of protein.
 B) Dried and salted fish were a source of protein easy to transport and store, that's why they were valuable in the past.
 C) Dried and salted fish were so valuable that they were transported to other markets.
 D) In the past, despite their source of protein and easy storage, dried and salted fish were not common for long voyages.
 E) Dried and salted fish can be preserved and carried over long distances without great loss of quality.
3. Permanent residency refers to a person's status such that the person is allowed to reside indefinitely within the country despite not having citizenship.
 A) If a person is granted the status of having permanent residence, he or she has the same rights as any citizen of the country.
 B) Although the permanent residency allows a person to reside indefinitely in a country, it is not the same as being a citizen of that country.
 C) Having permanent residence in a country permits a person to apply for citizenship of that country.
 D) Permanent residency is a permission that allows a person to live permanently in a country without the citizenship of it.
 E) Once permanent residency is granted, the person must live in that country for a long time until he or she can apply for citizenship.
4. Poverty and starvation were widespread in parts of India and Africa throughout the 19th century and this has continued to be the case in the 21st century.
 A) In some countries, such as India and Africa, starvation due to poverty has continued to be a problem into 21st century.
 B) Nowadays, although the problem of poverty and starvation in India and Africa is not as widespread as it was in 19th century, it still continues to be a big problem.
 C) The number of people who died due to starvation and poverty in India and Africa has increased over the last two decades.
 D) During the 19th century, the problem of poverty and starvation was much more widespread than it is now in the 21st century.
 E) Poverty and starvation, which were common in India and Africa in the 19th century, are still a problem in the 21 st century.
5. It is no coincidence that a large number of violent crimes are committed under the influence of alcohol.
 A) That many violent crimes are attributable to alcohol influence is not a coincidence.
 B) Some people who commit crimes are not likely to have alcohol problems.
 C) All of the violent crimes are committed under the influence of alcohol.
 D) People who regularly drink alcohol are less likely to commit violent crimes.
 E) The likelihood of committing a crime under the influence of alcohol isn't very high.
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