阅读预测:这种题一定在今年考试中占大比重!(聚沙成塔18-223)

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在前面的话


今天文章的开头给大家置顶了往期很重要的一些内容,大家可以反复看看。今天的题目是一道重要的题型,在今年的考试中一定会占大比重,你可以把题干和选项以及相应的文章句子都背诵过,重要重要重要!




  

形合寻读法每日一讲



The supposed importance of influentials derives from a plausible-sounding but largely untested theory called the “two-step flow of communication”: Information flows from the media to the influentials and from them to everyone else. Marketers have embraced the two-step flow because it suggests that if they can just find and influence the influentials, those selected people will do most of the work for them. The theory also seems to explain the sudden and unexpected popularity of certain looks, brands, or neighborhoods. In many such cases, a cursory search for causes finds that some small group of people was wearing, promoting, or developing whatever it is before anyone else paid attention. Anecdotal evidence of this kind fits nicely with the idea that only certain special people can drive trends.

The author suggests that the “two-step-flow theory”__________.

      [A] serves as asolution to marketing problems

      [B] has helped explain certain prevalent trends

      [C] has won support from influentials

      [D]requires solid evidence for its validity


下一讲题目,大家提前做:

In1784, five years before he became president of the United States, GeorgeWashington, 52, was nearly toothless. So he hired a dentist to transplant nineteeth into his jaw—having extracted them from the mouths of his slaves.


That’sa far different image from the cherry-tree-chopping George most people rememberfrom their history books. But recently, many historians have begun to focus onthe roles slavery played in the lives of the founding generation. They havebeen spurred in part by DNA evidence made available in 1998, which almostcertainly proved Thomas Jefferson had fathered at least one child with hisslave Sally Hemings. And only over the past 30 years have scholars examinedhistory from the bottom up. Works of several historians reveal the moralcompromises made by the nation’s early leaders and the fragile nature of thecountry’s infancy. More significantly, they argue that many of the FoundingFathers knew slavery was wrong and yet most did little to fight it.


Morethan anything, the historians say, the founders were hampered by the culture oftheir time. 第三题的位置While Washington and Jefferson privately expressed distaste forslavery, they also understood that it was part of the political and economicbedrock of the country they helped to create.


Forone thing, the South could not afford to part with its slaves. Owning slaveswas “like having a large bank account,” says Wiencek, author of An Imperfect God: George Washington, HisSlaves, and the Creation of America. The southern states would not havesigned the Constitution without protections for the “peculiar institution,”including a clause that counted a slave as three fifths of a man for purposesof congressional representation.

Andthe statesmen’s political lives depended on slavery. The three-fifths formulahanded Jefferson his narrow victory in the presidential election of 1800 byinflating the votes of the southern states in the Electoral College. Once inoffice, Jefferson extended slavery with the Louisiana Purchase in 1803; the newland was carved into 13 states, including three slave states.


Still,Jefferson freed Hemings’s children—though not Hemings herself or his approximately150 other slaves. 第五题的位置Washington, who had begun to believe that all men were created equal afterobserving the bravery of the black soldiers during the Revolutionary War,overcame the strong opposition of his relatives to grant his slaves theirfreedom in his will. Only a decade earlier, such an act would have requiredlegislative approval in Virginia.

第四题:Which of the following is true according to the text?

      [A] SomeFounding Fathers benefit politically from slavery.

      [B] Slaves in the old days did not have theright to vote.

      [C] Slave owners usually had large savingsaccounts.

      [D]Slavery was regarded as a peculiar institution.





  

考研阅读同义改写词

每天一组同义词

(不是说只有同义词才可以改写)


关于“大量的,巨大的”的一组词汇,考研阅读中考过的有enormous, huge, immense, vast, considerable,sizable



  

【阅读高分宝典-英语一“阅读”力作】

这本书是我和谭剑波老师花大力气,用心打造的一本英语一阅读力作。讲解思路是告诉大家:根据题干中的什么信息,定位到文中那一句话。又是根据哪一句话,选出正确答案,其余三个错误答案对应文章哪三句话,为什么错了。看完之后,你会清晰的知道每一道题,每一道选项为什么错,为什么对。书中还选出每一篇文章中的考研核心词,分析出题句的语法现象。


我们在写作过程中,没有这样写:因为ABC不对,所以选D;或者翻译了文中大段文字,然后告诉你,看,所以D对。大家切记,做阅读的时候大段大段的翻译,这样做的结果就是发现好多选项都和文章有关系,甚至四个选项都和文章有关系。这样相当于我们要经过三次干扰才能选对。我们需要精确定位,精确选择!


上过课的同学明白我们在说什么,没有上过课的同学你们更要明白,我们教你的是:在战场之外,用一支***一枪制胜的方法;不是让你:拿着大刀,赤膊上阵去肉搏。


书中还有我们精心为大家准备的真题模拟题:保证与真题出题思路相同的模拟题。大家现在应该也做过一些模拟题,你应该发现,很多模拟题与真题做起来不一样吧。那这本《阅读高分宝典》绝对不会让你失望,因为我们是将真题出题规律掰开了、揉碎了,融入到出题过程中。


我将会和谭剑波老师进行直播,来为大家讲解本书中的一些题目,以此来抵消这本书带来的商业感。大家可以从网上直接搜索这本书。



  

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吴扶剑,研究生毕业于西安外国语大学,外国语言学与应用语言学专业,主修同声传译。原新东方考研英语金牌培训师,新锐测试专家,资深考研四六级辅导专家。独创“形合寻读法”,斩获高分无数。同声传译员,曾陪同前国家副主席荣毅仁侄女荣海兰女士,现荣氏家族掌门人荣宗信先生以及中文化交流促进协会会长孔太和先生进行丝绸之路文化项目考察,担任“陪同口译”




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