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Question : Persian Cat!

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The quiz is about Persian Cat. You can see the text at my post on the fifth of October 2016.

1. Look at the paragraph. 
Since Persian cats have long, dense fur that they cannot effectively keep clean, they need regular grooming to prevent matting. To keep their fur in its best condition, they must be bathed regularly, dried carefully afterwards, and brushed thoroughly every day. An alternative is to shave the coat. Their eyes may require regular cleaning to prevent crust buildup and tear staining.
Antonym of dense is....
A.  Heavy
B. Torrential
C. Sparse
D. Pouring
E. Lush
2. Look at the paragraph.
The Persian is generally described as a quiet cat. Typically placid in nature, it adapts quite well to apartment life. Himalayans tend to be more active due to the influence of Siamese traits. In a study comparing cat owner perceptions of their cats, Persians rated higher than non-pedigree cats on closeness and affection to owners, friendliness towards strangers, cleanliness, predictability, vocalization, and fussiness over food.
These following statements are true based on the text, except...
A. The persian cat can live well with humans.
B. Himalayans are more active than Siamese.
C. The persian cat is a calm cat.
D.  Persians love their owner more than other cat.
E. Persians take care of their cleanliness well. 

3. Look at the paragraph.
The Persian is the most popular breed of pedigree cats in the United States. In the UK, registration numbers have dwindled since the early 1990s and the Persian lost its top spot to the British Shorthair in 2001. As of 2012, it was the 6th most popular breed, behind the British Shorthair, Ragdoll, Siamese, Maine Coon and Burmese. In France, the Persian is the only breed whose registration declined between 2003 and 2007, dropping by more than a quarter.
 When did The Persian Cat begin to lost its registration number?
A. The early 1990s
B. 2001
C. 2003
D. 2007
E. 2012

4. Look at the paragraph.  


A show-quality Persian has an extremely long and thick coat, short legs, a wide head with the ears set far apart, large eyes, and an extremely shortened muzzle. The breed was originally established with a short muzzle, but over time, this characteristic has become extremely exaggerated, particularly in North America. Persian cats can have virtually any color or markings.
The Persian is generally described as a quiet cat. Typically placid in nature, it adapts quite well to apartment life. Himalayans tend to be more active due to the influence of Siamese traits. In a study comparing cat owner perceptions of their cats, Persians rated higher than non-pedigree cats on closeness and affection to owners, friendliness towards strangers, cleanliness, predictability, vocalization, and fussiness over food.
 These are the characteristics of the Persian Cat, except...
A. Dense fur
B. Big eyes
C. Calm
D. Friendly
E. Aggresive
5. Look at the paragraph.
Since Persian cats have long, dense fur that they cannot effectively keep clean, they need regular grooming to prevent matting. To keep their fur in its best condition, they must be bathed regularly, dried carefully afterwards, and brushed thoroughly every day. An alternative is to shave the coat. Their eyes may require regular cleaning to prevent crust buildup and tear staining.
The synonym of grooming is...
A. Damage
B. Mess Up
C. Ruin
D. Comb
E. Dirty
 

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