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Passage1:Questions 1-10 - Literature -December 4, 2021, International SAT QAS
This passage is adapted from Kirstin Chen, Soy Sauce for Beginners.©2014 by Kirstin Chen. The narrator and her friend Frankie have come from California to work at Lin's Soy Sauce, the narrator's family's business in Singapore.
Passage Body：After I gave her a brief overview of everyone on the office floor-"Avoid the drama vultures in marketing; be nice to Fiona, she has more power than you'd expect"—Frankie and I hunkered down to evaluate the work my cousin Cal had already done on the US Expansion Project. .............
Passage2:Questions 11-20- Social Science - December 4, 2021, International SAT QAS
This passage and accompanying figure are adapted from Ian Morris, Foragers, Farmers, and Fossil Fuels: How Human Values Evolve. ©2015 by lan Morris.
Passage Body：In the last two centuries, humans have vastly increased the amount of energy they capture by learning to tap into fossilized sunlight. This comes chiefly in the form of vast deposits of coal, gas, and oil buried under the earth's surface since the Carboniferous Era, roughly 300 to 360 million years ago. Exploiting fossil fuels has set off an energy bonanza, transforming human societies and values.........
Passage3:Questions 21-31 - Natural Science - December 4, 2021, International SAT QAS
This passage is adapted from Jessica P. Johnson,"Amoeba Have Long-Distance Preference for Certain Bacteria,Pointing to Other Cell-Sensing Insights."©2019 by National Academy of Sciences. Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria have different types of cell walls and are categorized according to their ability to take on stains during a test called Gram staining.
Passage Body：How does the microscopic amoeba track down prey in the vastness of the forest floor? Ample research on the soil amoeba Dicytostelium discoideum, affectionately called “Dicty” by researchers, has provided some clues. But the mechanisms behind long-distance sensing of bacterial signals are still largely a mystery. ...........
Passage4:Questions 32-42 - History -December 4, 2021, International SAT QAS
Passage 1 is adapted from a speech delivered to the Canadian House of Commons in 1978 by Leonard Jones. ©1978 by the Crown.Passage 2 is adapted from James S. Cox,"Three Reasons to End the Monarchy in Canada." ©2016 by the Vimy Report.Canada shares a constitutional England is also Canada's legal head of state.
Passage 1 : Let me point out to you the major reasons why Canadians feel the Queen of Canada should be retained as an integral part of our federal democratic system.First,the Queen as an hereditary figure provide Canada with a continuous,.........
Passage 2 : [O]ur model of governance is something of a pretend monarchy.The Queen does not really rule over Canada,she reigns abstractly,in a constitutionally neutered way.We could do away with the monarchy tomorrow and continue quite nicely with the same structure........
Passage5:Questions 43-52 -Natural Science - December 4, 2021, International SAT QAS
This passage is adapted from Elizabeth Glbney,"Astronomers Detect Light from the Universe's First Stars."©2018 by Macmillan Publishers Limited,part of Springer Nature.
Passage Body：Astronomers have for the first time spotted long-sought signals of light from the earliest stars ever to from in the Universe-around 180 million years after the Big Bang.The signal is a fingerprint left on background radiation by hydrogen that..........
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《Thoreau and Cosmos》
《Open the Books》
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