Read the following passage and choose the option (A, B, C or D) that best answers each of the questions below.
Technology will allow homes in the future to be “smart”. Appliances will communicate with each other and with you. Your stove, for instance, will tell you when your food is cooked and ready to eat. Refrigerators will suggest recipes based on food items you already have.
The technplogy is possible because of tiny inforkation-storing devices called RFID (radio-frequency identification) chips. People already use them to keep track of pets and farm animals. Future RFID chips will sore information about all the iems in you cabinets. For example, they will record the date that you bought each item. Other devices will read this information using radiio waves. When you need more food, your cabinets will tell you buy it.
41. How will the future houses be?
A. more furnished B. more animal - friendly
C. more hi- tech D. more traditional
42. What can refrigertors of smart homes do?
A. give advice about what to eat and how to cook B. cook food
C. suggest when the food is ready to eat D.communicate with refrigarators of other homes
43. What is the function of RFID chips?
A. They look after pets. B. They create new informatio
C. They entertain house owners. D. They keep information
44. What does the word tiny likely mean?
A. big B. small C. rich D. enormous
45. How can information be read?
A. using radio waves B. using chips
C. using a cabinet D. using farm animals