2002 Cambridge Compre Answers

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‘the less educated … will suffer economically and socially’, (lines 24 – 26) What two kinds of handicap is Mr Lee thinking of here?aHe means that the less educated will be at a financial disadvantage / they will not do as well

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2002 Cambridge Compre AnswersGCE 2002 COMPREHENSION SUGGESTED ANSWERS : SINGLISH1. the less educated will suffer economically and socially, (lines 24 26) What two kinds of handicap is Mr Lee thinking of here?aHe means that the less educated will be at a financial disadvantage / they will not do as well (as the better educated) in business1 bin addition, they will lose out in relations with other people / they will not be able to communicate with other people effectively / they will not be well understood by people they are talking to / miscommunication could result12. Professor Komarans students seem to have little interest in the art of communication; they are only interested in content (lines 30 31) Explain what this means. aThe students are not keen on learning how to relate to other people or to express their ideas effectively / they are not concer

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