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Questions 1-10 - Literature - December 2, 2017 International SAT Test QAS
This passage is adapted from Isabel Allende, Maya's Notebook. ©2013 by Isabel Allende. The narrator is a teenage girl who was raised by her grandparents, Nidia and Paul (whom she calls Nini and Popl).
Summary：From the perspective of a little girl, I recalled the grandparents' love affair. The little girl's grandfather is a very famous astronomer, a rigorous person who doesn't know much about life. When he visited South America, he met and fell in love with the girl who was in charge of the reception (later the little girl's grandmother), and started a romantic love story.
Questions 11-20 - History- December 2, 2017 International SAT Test QAS
This passage is adapted from John Ruskin. The Stone of Venice. Originally published in 1853. Ruskin grew up during the Industrial Revolution, when, for the first time, large numbers of English laborers began to work in factories.
Questions 21-30- Natural Science - December 2, 2017 International SAT Test QAS
This passage is adapted from Ed Yong, "Moths Remember What They Learn as Caterpillars." © 2008 by ScienceBlogs LLC.
Questions 31-41 - Social Science - December 2, 2017 International SAT Test QAS
"Look, Something Shiny! How Color Images Can Influence Consumers." © 2015 by The Ohio State University
Questions 42-52 - Natural Science - December 2, 2017 International SAT Test QAS
Passage 1 is adapted from the website of the Society of Plant Signaling and Behavior. © 2015 by the Society of Plant Signaling and Behavior. Passage 2 is adapted from Michael Pollan. "The Intelligent Plant." © by Conde Nast. Both passage discuss plant neurobiology, the study of the sensory adaptive behavior of plants.
Summary：Passage 1:Some scientists believe that plants are also neurological. This is not to say that plants have nerves, but that they no longer simply respond to environmental stress as previously thought. Plants collect and use information. The article draws on some phenomena, describes how plants realize this process, and raises some questions.
Passage 1:Some scientists believe that plants have no nerves and have no ability to respond to nerves, and proposed that the behavior of plants may be caused by chemical effects.
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