Read the following article from a magazine and then answer questions 23-27 . On your answer sheet, indicate the letter A, B, C or D against the number of each question 23-27. Give only one answer to each question.
Indicate your answers on the separate answer sheet.
23. According to the writer, most people
A. have no interest in leaving records for their grandchildren.
B. are unable to find out much about their grandparents.
C. find stories about their grandparents’ families boring.
D. want their grandchildren to know only good things about them.
24. Hannah Renier decided to write other people’s autobiographies because
A. she had already done so for
B. she had met so many interesting people.
C. she wanted to preserve the past.
D. she had often been asked to do so.
25. The 62-year-old man asked her to write his autobiography
A. so that he could reveal his true
B. because his family wanted to read
C. so that his children would understand him.
D. because he thought he was close to
26. Hannah is surprised that many of her subjects
A. regret the marriages they made
B. remain influenced by their parents.
C. refuse to discuss their childhoods.
D. want to be like their parents.
27. The autobiographies that Hannah produces
A. follow exactly what she was told by her subjects.
B. are intended to be interesting to anyone.
C. look less expensive than they really
D. present the facts in a way that is easy to follow