英語素養聯盟-文章答題-初級

Garbage in the Ocean 

  Yesterday evening, Mr. Clayton, a Petty Officer in Hawaii, was walking his dog along a beach. Suddenly, his dog stopped in front of a bottle, and was not willing to move further. To take a closer look, he got down on his knees in the wet sand. Then, he saw there was a note in the bottle. However, he had no idea what the message said because it was written in Japanese. This incident reminded him of an article and a map he read in a science magazine for children. 

 

題目1

What is the main subject of the magazine article? 

A. How important the oceans are to people
B. How garbage is produced by companies
C. What animals are hurt in the currents 
D. What happens to garbage in the ocean

Garbage in the Ocean 

  Yesterday evening, Mr. Clayton, a Petty Officer in Hawaii, was walking his dog along a beach. Suddenly, his dog stopped in front of a bottle, and was not willing to move further. To take a closer look, he got down on his knees in the wet sand. Then, he saw there was a note in the bottle. However, he had no idea what the message said because it was written in Japanese. This incident reminded him of an article and a map he read in a science magazine for children. 

 

題目2

In the magazine article, what does the writer say about the water bottles and buckets? 

A. They are usually light and cheap.  
B. They come in many sizes and shapes.
C. They stay in one area for a long time.
D. They are often found on beaches. 

Garbage in the Ocean 

  Yesterday evening, Mr. Clayton, a Petty Officer in Hawaii, was walking his dog along a beach. Suddenly, his dog stopped in front of a bottle, and was not willing to move further. To take a closer look, he got down on his knees in the wet sand. Then, he saw there was a note in the bottle. However, he had no idea what the message said because it was written in Japanese. This incident reminded him of an article and a map he read in a science magazine for children. 

 

題目3

From the magazine article, what could be dangerous to birds?

A. Objects that become their food
B. The lack of places for their nests 
C. Changes in the climate 
D. Sharks and other big fish 

 

Garbage in the Ocean 

  Yesterday evening, Mr. Clayton, a Petty Officer in Hawaii, was walking his dog along a beach. Suddenly, his dog stopped in front of a bottle, and was not willing to move further. To take a closer look, he got down on his knees in the wet sand. Then, he saw there was a note in the bottle. However, he had no idea what the message said because it was written in Japanese. This incident reminded him of an article and a map he read in a science magazine for children. 

 

題目4

Which current is considered carrying the letter in the bottle to Mr. Clayton? 

A. North Equatorial 
B. East Australia 
C. North Pacific 
D. East Greenland 

 

Garbage in the Ocean 

  Yesterday evening, Mr. Clayton, a Petty Officer in Hawaii, was walking his dog along a beach. Suddenly, his dog stopped in front of a bottle, and was not willing to move further. To take a closer look, he got down on his knees in the wet sand. Then, he saw there was a note in the bottle. However, he had no idea what the message said because it was written in Japanese. This incident reminded him of an article and a map he read in a science magazine for children. 

Garbage in the Ocean

  Yesterday evening, Mr. Clayton, a Petty Officer in Hawaii, was walking his dog along a beach. Suddenly, his dog stopped in front of a bottle, and was not willing to move further. To take a closer look, he got down on his knees in the wet sand. Then, he saw there was a note in the bottle. However, he had no idea what the message said because it was written in Japanese. This incident reminded him of an article and a map he read in a science magazine for children. 

題目1

What is the main subject of the magazine article? 

A. How important the oceans are to people 
B. How garbage is produced by companies 
C. What animals are hurt in the currents 
D. What happens to garbage in the ocean 

 

Garbage in the Ocean 

  Yesterday evening, Mr. Clayton, a Petty Officer in Hawaii, was walking his dog along a beach. Suddenly, his dog stopped in front of a bottle, and was not willing to move further. To take a closer look, he got down on his knees in the wet sand. Then, he saw there was a note in the bottle. However, he had no idea what the message said because it was written in Japanese. This incident reminded him of an article and a map he read in a science magazine for children. 

題目2

In the magazine article, what does the writer say about the water bottles and buckets? 

A. They are usually light and cheap.  
B. They come in many sizes and shapes. 
C. They stay in one area for a long time. 
D. They are often found on beaches. 

 

Garbage in the Ocean

  Yesterday evening, Mr. Clayton, a Petty Officer in Hawaii, was walking his dog along a beach. Suddenly, his dog stopped in front of a bottle, and was not willing to move further. To take a closer look, he got down on his knees in the wet sand. Then, he saw there was a note in the bottle. However, he had no idea what the message said because it was written in Japanese. This incident reminded him of an article and a map he read in a science magazine for children. 

題目3

From the magazine article, what could be dangerous to birds? 

A. Objects that become their food
B. The lack of places for their nests 
C. Changes in the climate 
D. Sharks and other big fish 
 

Garbage in the Ocean

  Yesterday evening, Mr. Clayton, a Petty Officer in Hawaii, was walking his dog along a beach. Suddenly, his dog stopped in front of a bottle, and was not willing to move further. To take a closer look, he got down on his knees in the wet sand. Then, he saw there was a note in the bottle. However, he had no idea what the message said because it was written in Japanese. This incident reminded him of an article and a map he read in a science magazine for children. 

題目4

Which current is considered carrying the letter in the bottle to Mr. Clayton? 

A. North Equatorial
B. East Australia 
C. North Pacific 
D. East Greenland 

 

Garbage in the Ocean

  Yesterday evening, Mr. Clayton, a Petty Officer in Hawaii, was walking his dog along a beach. Suddenly, his dog stopped in front of a bottle, and was not willing to move further. To take a closer look, he got down on his knees in the wet sand. Then, he saw there was a note in the bottle. However, he had no idea what the message said because it was written in Japanese. This incident reminded him of an article and a map he read in a science magazine for children.