Read the passage carefully, then mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answers. Champagne, the king of wines and wine of kings, tastes all the better when it is drunk from an elegant, fine-quality glass. That, however, is only one of thousands of ways glass is used today. And for all those different uses, many different types of glass are produced. Glass products are manufactured in different ways. Today, glass is blown by hand in the traditional way which the Roman first developed, but now this work is done by robots, too. Generally, in industry, much faster methods of mass production are needed. Often, for example, glass is pressed into the necessary shape by machine. Glass is shaped in other ways too. For example, it is made into long, very thin fibres. Fibres like these are required to make the fibre-optic cables that help to build the information Super-Highway around the world. Question 3. It can be inferred from the passage that ……… A. the traditional way of blowing glass by hand is still in use today. B. the Romans first developed methods of mass production. C. today the blowing of glass is all done by robots. D. the traditional way is no longer in use today. Question 4. According to the passage, which of the following is correct? A. Mass production of glass is done by robots. B. Both C and D. C. In industry glass is often shaped by machine. D. Glass can be shaped in many different ways. Question 5. The passage primarily discusses A. champagne, a kind of wine. B. the types of glass products. C. the uses of glass. D. the ways of making glass.