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Question #1
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Hi. Today I am here to talk about laughter, a very interesting thing which happens naturally, and I just wonder and start by thinking about the first time I can ever remember noticing laughter and how it felt. That was when I was a little girl. I would've been about 6 years old. I came across my parents doing something unusual, actually they were laughing. They were laughing very, very hard. They were rolling on the floor and laughing. They were blaring with laughter. I did not know what they were laughing at, but I wanted to be in that situation. I wanted to be part of that, and I sat on the ground round at the edge going, "Ha, Ha, ha!" . Now people were laughing at a song which people used to resonate happily, which is dependent around things like signs in toilets on trains telling you what you could and could not do in toilets on trains. And the thing you have to memorize about the English is, of course, we do have a hugely complicated sense of funniness.

What among the given options are true with respect to the above passage?
Question #2
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I'd like to start with a simple question. Why do we poor make so many poor decisions? I know it's a harsh question; but take a look at the data. The poor borrow more, save less, smoke more, exercise less, drink more and eat less healthfully. Why? Well the standard explanation was once summed up by the British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and she called poverty a personality defects a lack of character. Basically, now I’m sure not many of you would be so blunt to call it as a defect, however it is still debatable. The reasons for why poor people make poor decisions is the lack of money, they would eat less because there is not enough money to feed themselves well, when they don’t have money, savings is out of question, they do not have time and any fat to exercise for may be, but on the contrary they are addicted to smoking and drinking which is the question, how do they afford this?

What is wrong about poor among the following statements?