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Questions 1-10 - Literature - SAT May 2016 Question an Answer Service
This passage is adapted from William Maxwell, The Folded Leaf. ©1959 by William Maxwell. Originally published in 1945.
summary: This excerpt from the novel describes the experience of a young boy eating in a restaurant, using a restricted third-person perspective. The protagonist Lymie started to eat in the restaurant while reading a book, then a few noisy guests came in, interrupting his reading a little, and finally his father suddenly appeared to join him. The article ended with some appearance/action descriptions of his father. The plot may seem inexplicable, but in fact the two characters, the protagonist and his father, and the relationship between the two are well outlined in this story.
Questions 11-21 - History - SAT May 2016 Question an Answer Service
Passage 1 is adapted from Catharine Beecher, Essay on Slavery and Abolitionism. Originally published in 1837. Passage 2 is adapted from Angelina E. Grimké, Letters to Catharine Beecher. Originally published in 1838. Grimké encouraged Southern women to oppose slavery publicly. Passage 1 is Beecher’s response to Grimké’s views.Passage 2 is Grimké’s response to Beecher.
Description：This is a very interesting comparison of two articles. For historical articles, the article information section (the paragraph without line numbers that gives the article title, author, etc. at the very beginning of the article) is extremely important. It provides the historical context of the article and reminds us of the author's basic viewpoints. If you can’t grasp the basic opinions of the authors, you will easily get lost in reading, because the authors will often quote opponents’ opinions and make roundabout arguments.
Questions 22-31 - Science - SAT May 2016 Question an Answer Service
This passage is adapted from Bryan Walsh, “Whole Food Blues: Why Organic Agriculture May Not Be So Sustainable.”©2012 by Time Inc.
Questions 32-41 - Science - SAT May 2016 Question an Answer Service
This passage is adapted from John Bohannon, “Why You Shouldn’t Trust Internet Comments.” ©2013 by American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Questions 42-52 - Science - SAT May 2016 Question an Answer Service
This passage is adapted from Joshua Foer, Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything. ©2011 by Joshua Foer.
Description：This article introduces two studies carried out by Eleanor Maguire, a neuroscientist at UCL in 2000. In the first study, she found that the hippocampus of London taxi drivers were stronger than the average person. This research proves that the previous general belief that the adult brain can no longer be shaped may be wrong. Maguire therefore wondered whether people with strong memory have also been trained to strengthen certain structures of their brains? So she recruited some memory competition champions and a control group for comparative research.
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