2016年10月1日SAT阅读考后真题回忆!考试真题回忆资料是很值得参考的学习资料,对于正在备考的考生来说也非常有帮助。下面让我们来回顾一下10月份SAT考试中阅读部分出现的考试题目有哪些?

  1 10月1日SAT亚太阅读考察篇目

  本次5篇文章分别是:(1) 夏洛蒂勃朗特的简爱chapter 12 开头部分节选。(2)Thomas Panie的Common sense 节选。(3) Eric Jaffe的cities are innovative because they contain more ideas to steal. (4) Sid Perkins的Cold Climate Shrinks Mountains (5) 双篇阅读pasage1 是Erin Wayman 的Oxygen boost aided carnivore evolution in Cambrian Explosion,Passage 2 是Tamarra Kemsley的Discovery Challenges Theory Behind Reason for Cambrian Explosion。

  2 10月1日SAT亚太阅读选段分析

  (1) 简爱选段。

  文章部分节选:

  The promise of a smooth career, which my first calm introduction toThornfield Hall seemed to pledge, was not belied on a longer acquaintance with the place and its inmates. Mrs. Fairfax turned out to be what she appeared, a placid-tempered, kind-natured woman,

  of competent education and average intelligence. My pupil was a lively child, who had been spoilt and indulged, and therefore was sometimes wayward;

  (2) 本次考试最难的依然是建国纲要类文章,虽然这次没有考察双篇,但是题目出的仍然是相对来说较为抽象。

  文章部分节选:

  I have heard it asserted by some, that as America hath flourished under her former connection with Great Britain, that the same connection is necessary towards her future happiness, and will always have the same effect. Nothing can be more fallacious than this kind of argument. We may as well assert, that because a child has thrived upon milk, that it is never to have meat; or that the first twenty years of our lives is to become a precedent for the next twenty.

  (3) 城市更有创新能力。

  We all know that cities are great engines of innovation. One reason that's the case, as Emily Badger recently pointed out, is that cities grow "superlinearly": interpersonal connections grow at an greater rate than sheer population, and with that super proximity comes a super exchange of ideas. The secrets of industry, as economist Alfred Marshall once wrote, are truly "in the air."

  (4) 冰冷的气候让山在萎缩。

  Every year, billions of tons of rock and soil vanish from Earth’s surface, scoured from mountains and plains and swept away by wind, rain, and other elements. The chief driver of this dramatic resurfacing is climate, according to a new study. And when the global temperature falls, erosion kicks into overdrive.

  Scientists have long debated what drives most of the world’s erosion: Is it predominantly triggered by climate, or is it the result of mountain-building, tectonic activity? Most previous studies of erosion have relied on measuring the amounts of sediment that accumulate somewhere after being carried away from their sources and deposited elsewhere. But such analyses focus on the aftereffects of erosion, not the process itself, says Frédéric Herman, a geophysicist at the University of Lausanne in Switzerland. And most research has looked at limited regions of Earth—a particular mountain range, say, and not the planet as a whole.

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