例1. At third big difference between the drama
detective and the real one is the unpleasant
pressures: firstly, as members of a police force
they always have to be have absolutely in
accordance with the law. Secondly, as expensive
public servants they have to get results. They
can hardly do both. Most of the time some of
them have to break the rules in small ways.
Q: What’s the policeman’s biggest headache?
(A) He has to get the most desirable results
the law in any way.
(B) He has to justify his arrests while unable
sufficient evidence in most cases.
(C) He can hardly find enough time to learn
criminal law while
burdened with numerous criminal cases.
(D) He has to provide the best possible public
service at the
least possible expense.
例2．I believe we have a three-part mission for
the present．First, we must continue to press for
improvements in the quality of life that people
can make for themselves . Second，we mast
investigate and understand the link between
environment and health. Third，we must be able to
communicate technical information in a form that
citizens can understand.If we can accomplish
these three goals in this decade，maybe we can
finally stop environmental degradation, and not
merely hold it back. We will then be able to
spend pollution dollars truly on prevention
rather than on barrages．
Q:which of the following is true according to
the last paragraph?
(A)Efforts should be exerted on pollution
prevention instead of
on remedial measures.
(B)More money should be spent in order to stop
(C)Ordinary citizens have no access to
technical information on
(D)Envionmental degradation will be stopped by
the end of this
as, for example, for
例1. The opinion seems ridiculous because, for
one thing, computers lack the drives and
emotions of living creatures. But drives can be
programmed into the computer’s brain jute as
nature programmed them into our human brains as
a part of the equipment for survival.
Q：Today, computers are still inferior to man
in terms of ______ .
(A) decision making (B)drives and feelings
(C)growth of reasoning (D)information
lack the drives and emotions of living
one thing 后面一句话，即可选出。)
例2．…. However, very few of us have actually
been interviewed personally by the mass media,
particularly by television. And yet, we have a
vivid acquainting with the journalistic
interview by virtue of our roles as
reader,listeners, and viewers. Even so, true
understanding of the journalistic interview,
especially television interviews, requires
thoughtful analyses and even study, as this book
Q: The passage is most like a part of 。
（A）a news article (B) a journalistic interview
(C) a research report (D) a preface
this book indicates。"由此便推断正确的答案是D项。)
例3 …．In spite of the case against nuclear
energy outlined above, nuclear energy programs
are expanding. Such an expansion assumes a
continual growth in industrial production and
consumer demands. However, it is doubtful
whether this growth will or can continue.…
Q：Which of the following statements does the
(A) The demand for commercial products will
not necessarily keep
(B) Nuclear energy is something we cannot do
(C) Uranium is a good source of energy for
(D) Greater safety provisions can bring about
the expansion of
nuclear every programmes.
(分析：选A项，属推理题，依据文中"such an expansion assumes….
例1．"There is a senseless notion that children
grew up and leave home when they’re 18, and the
truth is far from that,"says sociologist Larry
Bumpers of the University of Wisconsin….
Q: There was apparently a trend in the USA
(A) for young adults to leave their parents
(B) For middle class young adults to stay with
(C) For married young adults to move back home
after a lengthy
(D) For going adults to get jobs nearby in
order to live with
例2． …"people cheat on their sleep, and they
don’t even realize they’re doing it,"says Dr.
David."They think they’re okay because they can
get by on 6.5 howler, when they really need 7.5
, eight or even more to feel ideally
Q: According to Dr. David, Americans ________
(A) are ideally vigorous even under the
pressure of life.
(B) Often neglect the consequences of sleep
(C) Do not know how to relax themselves
(D) Can get by on 6.5 hoarse of sleep.
例3. By the millions they are coming-no longer
the tired, the poor, the wretched masses longing
for a better living. These are the wealthy. "We
don’t have a budget,"says a biologist from
Brazil. As she walks with two companions through
New York lity’s South Street, "We juse use our
Q：From what the Brazilian biologist says, we
know that tourist
like her ________ .
(A) are reluctant to carry cash with them.
(B) Simply don’t care how much they spend.
(C) Are not good at planning their
(D) Often spend more money that they can
use our credit cards."）而根本不做预算（"don’t have a