Prologue and Dawn
1. What does the author say comes to life even before you rise out of bed in the morning?
(a) Your brain.
(b) Hands and arms.
(c) Your dog.
(d) Your digestive juices.
2. What is one activity the author mentions that the hand usually does in the morning?
(a) Conducts a symphony.
(b) Twisting a water faucet.
(c) Plays with a football.
(d) Grooms the dog.
3. What does the hand "think" about as it helps you get ready for the day?
(a) How to movie each tendon and ligament for each task.
(c) How to grasp something without dropping it.
(d) How to move each muscle fgr each task.
4. What does the author say is a choreographed skill?
(a) Getting the children ready for school while planning your day at the office.
(b) The way the hand performs thousands of activities.
(c) Making sure a person performs all their morning abulations.
(d) Making breakfast while on the phone and reading the newspaper.
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