People often dream of living in a perfect place where no
one would be poor, and everyone would be considerable of --71.
everyone else. Such a place, however, is very good to be true: --72.
such a place is nowhere, and that's what the word "Utopia"
means. It is made up two Greek words meaning "not a place". --73.
The word was first used by Thomas More, a sixteen century --74.
English writer whose book Utopia, published in 1516,
describing a perfect island country. More's idea for tale came --75.
from Plato. Plato's The Republic described what would be a
perfect state. Early legends told a perfect place existing --76.
somewhere in Atlantic. These legends were no longer believed --77.
when the explorations of Americans began, but after More's
time they became common for writers to imagine there places. --78.
Utopia, if is effected, would not suddenly make everything --79.
perfect because people are of nature imperfect. --80.
71. considerable → considerate
72. very → too
73. made up → made up of
74. sixteen → sixteenth
75. describing → described
76. told → told of/about
77. Atlantic → the Atlantic
78. they → it
79. is effected → effected 或 it is effected
80. of nature → by nature