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Reading Comprehension - Page 134

_______4. According to the author, all of the following are true EXCEPT
  1. a preface gives the author his first opportunity to address the reader directly.
  2. many reviewers turn immediately to the preface of a book before reading the contents
  3. both foreword and preface are written by the author
  4. the preface states the author's motivation for writing book
Although there are many attributes of maturity, one that is obviously important may be singled out: the ability to make fruitful, loving relationships with other people on equal terms, without either being dominated or dominating. This achievement implies an acceptance of the other person as he or as she is, without any wish to alter, to direct, or to submit; a recognition of the other person as a separate entity and therefore of oneself as a separate entity also.

_______5. A word that can be used in place of "alter" as used in this passage is
  1. reject
  2. accept
  3. change
  4. educate
_______6. From this passage, one could conclude that
  1. the ability to make fruitful, loving relationships with other people on equal terms is he most important attribute of maturity.
  2. the rate of maturation is different from individual to individual
  3. the ability to make fruitful, loving relationships with other people on equal terms can be taught.
  4. the ability to make fruitful, loving relationships with other people on equal terms is the only attribute of maturity
  5. every human beings has the ability to make fruitful, loving relationships with other people on equal terms