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My young pupils entered the apartment, with their two younger sisters. Master Tom Bloomfield was awell-grown boy of seven, with a somewhat wiry frame, flaxen hair, blue eyes, small turned-up nose, and fair complexion. Mary Ann was a tall girl too, somewhat dark like her mother, but with a round full face and a high colour in her cheeks. Thesecond sister was Fanny, a very pretty little girl; Mrs. Bloomfield assured me she was aremarkably gentle child, and required encouragement: she had not learned anything yet; butin a few days, she would be four years old, and then she might take her first lesson in thealphabet, and be promoted to the school room. The remaining one was Harriet, a little broad, fat, merry, playful thing of scarcely two, that I coveted more than all the rest -- but with her Ihad nothing to do.
I talked to my little pupils as well as I could, and tried to render myself agreeable; but withlittle success I fear, for their mother's presence kept me under an unpleasant restraint. They, however, were remarkably free from shyness. They seemed bold, lively children, and Ihoped I should soon be on friendly terms with them -- the little boy especially, of whom I hadheard such a favourable character from his mamma. In Mary Ann there was a certain affectedsimper, and a craving for notice, that I was sorry to observe. But her brother claimed all my attention to himself; he stood bolt upright between me and the fire, with his hands behind hisback, talking away like an orator, occasionally interrupting his discourse with a sharp reproof to his sisters when they made too much noise.
"Oh, Tom, what a darling you are!" exclaimed his mother. "Come and kiss dear mamma; andthen won't you show Miss Grey your schoolroom, and your nice new books?"
"I won't kiss you, mamma; but I will show Miss Grey my schoolroom, and my new books."
"And my schoolroom, and my new books, Tom," said Mary Ann. "They're mine too."
"They're mine," replied he decisively.
Which choice best summarizes the passage?
A. A teacher begins a new job and expresses her discomfort with being in an unfamiliarsetting.
B. A teacher enters a classroom and begins to plan the lessons she will use for her instruction.
C. A teacher is introduced to her new students and observes their personalities and interactions.
D. A teacher meets her new employer and worries about her employer’s disagreeabledemeanor.
Choice C is the best answer. Miss Grey is a teacher meeting her new students, the Bloomfield children. The passage presents her observations of the children’s personalities and behavior.
assured[ə'ʃuəd]adj. 确实的，保障的，有自信的 动词assure的过 certain['sə:tn]adj. 确定的，必然的，特定的
unfamiliar['ʌnfə'miljə]adj. 不熟悉的 bold[bəuld]adj. 大胆的，粗体的，醒目的，无礼的，陡峭的
alphabet['ælfəbit]n. 字母表，基本原理(元素)，符号系统 encouragement[in'kʌridʒmənt]n. 鼓励
对文本信息的考察，包括1文本细节的考查 2文本论据的考查 3文本传达信息的考查
对作者写作技能的考察，包括1.单词/词组/句子功能题 2.文本结构题 3.观点态度题 4.目的题 5.论证题 6.综合题，包括1.双篇题2.图表题