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Reading Test Test
Writing and Language Test
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Passage1:Questions 1-10 - Literature -May 2023 US SAT Test Question and Answer
This passage is adapted from Carolina De Robertis, The Gods ofTango. ©2015 by Carolina De Robertis. Leda is traveling by ship from Italy to Buenos Aires, Argentina, to live with her new husband, Dante. It is 1913.
Passage 1 content:The deck burst with people, just as it had the day they'd left Naples. There were no longer any lazy card games with which to kill the hours. Boredom had sloughed overboard into the sea. Everybody was on their feet, crowded against the rail, craning their necks in the direction of land.........................
Passage2:Questions 11-21- Social Science - May 2023 US SAT Test Question and Answer
This passage is adapted from Matthew Warren, "People Who Use More Happy Words Are Not Necessarily Happier-an Awkward Finding for Language-Based Emotion Research." ©2019 by the British Psychological Society.
Passage 2 content: The age of social media has opened up exciting opportunities for researchers to investigate people's emotional states on a massive scale. For example, one study found that tweets contain more positive.........
Passage3:Questions 22-32- Natural Science - May 2023 US SAT Test Question and Answer
This passage is adapted from Lisa Grossman,"The Moon's Craters Suggest Earth Hasn't Erased Lots of Past Impacts." ©2019 by Society for Science & the Public.
Passage4:Questions 33-42 - History- May 2023 US SAT Test Question and Answer
This passage is adapted from Frederick Law Olmsted, “Preliminary Report upon the Yosemite and Big Tree Grove.” Originally published in 1865. Olmsted, who designed wellknown parks and college campuses across the United States, is considered to be the founder of American professional landscape architecture.
Passage5:Questions 43-52 -Natural Science - May 2023 US SAT Test Question and Answer
Passage 1 is adapted from Brandon Specktor, “Earth's Soil Is Hyperventilating thanks to Climate Change." ©2018 by Purch. Passage 2 is adapted from Kiona Ogle, "Microbes Weaken Soil Carbon Sink." ©2018 by Springer Nature Limited.
Passage 1 content: :Dirt doesn't actually breathe, of course, but it sort of looks that way when tiny, underground organisms help release the carbon dioxide (CO2 ) stored in plant roots, dead leaves and other natural detritus. Hungry microbes gorge on the tasty carbon stored in this plant matter, and then release carbon dioxide as a natural byproduct of this feeding, just as you do when you exhale after a deep breath......
Writing and Language Test
Questions 1-11 from 《The Mongol Army Takes a Rain Check》
Questions 12-22 from 《Evanescent Art》
Questions 23-33 from 《Rubin and Ford Discover Dark Matter》
Questions 34-44 from 《The Sweet Smell of Success》