(1) It can be inferred from the text that ______.
(2) From the text we know that ______.
(3) The story implies that ______.
(4) The paragraph following the passage will most probably be ______.
(5) The writers attitude toward…is ______.
Example 1 One day a man walkedsintosa pet shop and said to the shop assistant，“I need two small mice and about five dozen roaches and two spiders.”
“What do you need these things for?”the shop assistant was very surprised.
“Well，”replied the man，“I’m moving out of my apartment and the landlord insists that I should leave the house in exactly the same condition as I found it.”
Q： The passage suggests that when the writer movedsintosthe house， it was ______.
A. very clean
B. just cleaned by the landlord
C. tidy and comfortable
D. dirty and full of insects
Example 2 Some people are never right. They never have good luck. They usually do the wrong thing and say the wrong thing. And even if what they say or do is OK， they as a rule say it or do it at the wrong time. So these people always have problems. They often break dishes. They sometimes miss buses and airplanes.
Mr Neff is different. He is always right. He is never wrong. He usually has good luck. He seldom has problems. He never breaks dishes. He never misses buses or airplanes. Even if he does miss them， it is always the fault of the buses or air planes. Mr Neff knows al-most everything. He doesn’t ask questions；he answers q uestions. He never says，“I don’t know.”
Q： Which of the following best describes the writer’s attitude towards Mr Neff?A. He finds Mr Neff hard to understand
B. He thinks Mr Neff wonderful
C. He feels pity for Mr Neff
D. He does not like Mr Neff
解析：本文中使用never，还写到Even if he does miss them， it is always the fault of the buses or the airplanes.故暗示他对Mr Neff的讨厌之情。答案为D。
A giant dam was built many years ago to control the Colorado River in the U.S. T his dam was built to protect the land and houses around the river.
This huge dam is in the Black Canyon. It is possible to drive a car from one sid e of the river to the other on a road， which is on the top of the dam. This dam is so big that there is an elevator inside. The elevator goes down forty-four stories from the road to the bottom. There is enough concrete in this dam to build a highway from New York to San Francisco. Thousands of people worked on this d am for five years.
This huge dam was called Boulder Dam when it was finished in 1936. Later it was renamed Hoover Dam in honor of a president of the United States. Hoover Dam， one of the highest dams in the world， is situated between the states of Arizona and Nevada.
Q： Hoover Dam lies ______.
A. between Arizona and Nevada
B. in the Black Canyon
C. between New York and San Francisco
D. both A and B
Invited by Mr. Ye Huixian， host of the wellreceived TV programme“Stars Tonig ht”， Miss Luo Lin， Miss Asia of 1991， appeared as the guest hostess on the Shan ghai TV screen last Sunday.
Born in Shanghai and taken to Hong Kong when she was only six years old， Luo Lin has never dreamed of being Miss Asia. Her childhood dream was to be an airhostess. Before she took part in the competition， she had been an airhostess in Cat hay Airline for seven years. However， it still took her three months to learn the art of walking on the stage， dancing， singing， making-up and other proper manners， designed by the Asia TV Station.
“It’s really a hard job for me. I won’t enter for such competition any more. Anyhow， I am quite lucky. I am also glad to have had more chance to work for the social welfare since I won the title. This time， in Shanghai， I'd love to make a deep impression on my TV audience，" said Luo Lin with a sweet smile.
Q： Which of the following is NOT true?
A. Luo Lin is a native of Shanghai.
B. Luo Lin moved to Hongkong with her parents.
C. Luo Lin won the title of Miss Asia in 1991.
D. Asia TV Station helped Luo Lin to become Miss Asia.
解析： A、C和D都可在原文找到答案，而B项原文列的是： taken to Hong Kong可判断不是moved to Hong Kong with her parents，因此选B。
Another source of knowledge is the vast store of traditional practices handed do wn from father to son， or mother to daughter， of old country customs， of folklor e. All this is very difficult for a college student to examine， for much knowled ge and personal experience is needed here to separate good plants from wild gras s. The college student should learn to realize and remember how much of real val ue science has found in this wide， confused wilderness and how often scientific discoveries of what had existed in this area long age.
Q： In the last paragraph the phrase“this wide， confused wilderness”refers to ______.
A. personal experience
B. wild weeds among good plants
C. the information from the parents
D. the vast store of traditional practices
解析： D。划线部分指的就是上文的another source of knowledge，即： the vast store of traditional practices。