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Passage 1: Questions 1-10 - Literature - May 2018 International SAT Test QAS
This passage is adapted from Nikolai Gogol, “The Mysterious Portrait.” Originally published in 1835.
Summary：This article mainly tells the young artist Thartkosa's understanding of loyalty to art and the concept of money in art.
Passage 2: Questions 11-20 - Social Science - May 2018 International SAT Test QAS
This passage is adapted from Tara Thean, “Remember That? No You Don’t. Study Shows False Memories Afflict Us All.”©2013 by Time, Inc.
Passage 3: Questions 21-30- Natural Science - May 2018 International SAT Test QAS
This passage is adapted from “Beans’Talk.” ©2013 by The Economist Newspaper Limited.
Summary：Plants have underground networks, which can be used to warn similar people when they are in danger. This sounds sci-fi, but David Johnson from the University of Aberdeen proved this phenomenon through experiments
Passage 4: Questions 31-41 - History - May 2018 International SAT Test QAS
Passage 1 is adapted from a speech delivered in April 1865 by Frederick Douglass, “What the Black Man Wants.”
Passage 2 is adapted from a speech delivered in June 1865 by Richard H. Dana Jr., “To Consider the Subject of Re-organization of the Rebel States.” Union general Nathaniel Banks instituted a forced labor policy for free African Americans in Louisiana. Dana played a prominent role in debates about the status of Southern states following the end of the US Civil War in 1865.
Passage 5: Questions 42-52 - Natural Science - May 2018 International SAT Test QAS
This passage and accompanying figures are adapted from Sam Hardman, “Gouldian Finches’ Head Colour Reflects Their Personality.” ©2012 by Ecologica.
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