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Exer. 13 Cutting empty words and repetition

From the choices indicated that are underlined, select the empty or repetitive word(s) from the following sentence.

This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
Basically, mixing any kind of technology with human biology can be dangerous.

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Question 2.
Some philosophers argue that our modern society is technologically determined, due to the fact that machines seem to be present in every aspect of our lives.

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Question 3.
Dark days are ahead in the event that we create an artificial intelligence that can replace humans in every way.

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Question 4.
In my opinion, we should halt all research into cybernetics.

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Question 5.
When the scientists added the final chemical into test tube, the malodorous liquid turned green in colour.

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Question 6.
The experiment was more or less over when there was a sudden, huge explosion.

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Question 7.
Although in spite of the fact that no one was hurt, our confidence in science had been shaken.

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Question 8.
Some people feel that technology is mainly a problem if it gets out of human control.

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Question 9.
For example, when Three Mile Island occurred, many thought that it could have been a terrible tragedy.

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Question 10.
Most laws that block such technological tampering are symbolic in nature.

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