Below arelistedsome popular beliefsabout genius and giftedness.
WhichFIVEof thesebeliefs are reported by the writer of the text?
原文：The concept ofgenius and of gifts has become part of our folk culture, and attitudes areambivalent towards them. We envy the gifted and mistrust them. In the mythologyof giftedness, it is popularly believed that if people are talented in onearea, they must be defective in another, that intellectuals are impractical，…
WhichTHREEof thefollowing statements are true ofJohnson'sDictionary?
A It avoided allscholarly words.
B It was the onlyEnglish dictionary in general use for 200 years.
C It was famousbecause of the large number of people involved.
D It focused mainlyon language from contemporary texts.
E There was a timelimit for its completion.
F It ignored workdone by previous dictionary writers.
G It took intoaccount subtleties of meaning.
H Its definitionswere famous for their originality.
P1: For thecenturybefore Johnson's Dictionarywas published in 1775, there had been concernabout the state of the English language. … (顯然不是)
P2: There had, ofcourse, beendictionaries in the past, …(顯然不是)
P4:Johnsonwas apoet and critic who raised common sense to the heights of genius…(顯然還不是)
P5:The workwasimmense; filling about eighty large notebooks (and without a library to hand),Johnson wrote thedefinitions of over 40,000 words, and illustrated their manymeanings with some114,000 quotationsdrawn from English writing on everysubject, from the Elizabethans to his own time. (BINGO,找到了!!!)