New Zealand’s main exports come from the nation’s farms--wool, meat, butter, cheese, and skins. Many people process farm products in dairies (牛奶房), meat-refrigerating plants, breweries (啤酒厂) and flour mills. Sawmilling is an important industry where logging is cartied on in the forests to make pulp for newsprint and other mills make various kinds of paper. Most of New Zealand’s heavy machinery must be imported, but assembly (装配) plants make automobiles and trucks from imported parts. Woolen goods, carpets, clothing, shoes, furniture and electrical appliances are also manufactured. Imported petroleum (石油) is refined (精炼) at an oil refinery at Whangarei. An aluminum smelter at Blutt, near Invercargill, use hydro-electricity to refine one that is imported from Australia. New Zealand’s coal is used to generate steam, make gases, provide fuel for homes and factories and produce electricity. Sand and gravel (砂砾) used for road building and concrete (混凝土) construction, ranks second to coal. Limestone is used to make fertilizer and cement.
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Some people hate everything that is modern.They cannot imagine how anyone can really like modern music;they find it hard to accept the new fashions in clothing;they think that all modern painting is ugly;and they seldom have a good word for the new buildings that are being built everywhere in the world.Such people look for perfection in everything,and they take their standards of perfection from the past.They are usually impatient with anyone who is brave enough to experiment with new or to express himself or the age in materials original ways.It is,of course,true that many artists do not succeed in their work and instead produce works that can only be considered as failures.If the work of art is a painting,the artist's failure concerns himself alone,but if it is a building,his failure concerns others too,because it may damage the beauty of the whole place.This does sometimes happen,but it is completely untrue to say,as some people do,that modern architecture is nothing.
We can't judge every modern building by the standards of the ancient time,even though we admire the ancient buildings.Technologically,the modern buildings are more advanced.The modern architect knows he should learn from the ancient works,but with his greater resources of knowledge and materials,he will never be content to imitate the past.He is too proud to do that.
The writer of the passage thinks that().
Ait is true to say artists fail in their work
Bit is untrue to say artists fail in their work
Cit is true to say some artists fail in their work
Dit is true to say only painters fail in their work