Part III Reading Comprehension

Section A

26. [O] unpleasant

27. [A] adjusted

28. [D] experience

29. [C] equivalent

30. [G] individuals

31. [H] originally

32. [K] reduce

33. [N] thrive

34. [E] filters

35. [F] frequently


Section B

36. [E] If breakfast alone isn’t a guarantee of weight loss

37. [I] What’s more important, some argue, is what we eat for breakfast

38. [B] The body uses a lot of energy stores for growth and repair

39. [G] Researchers from the University of Surrey and University of Aberdeen

40. [D] But as with any study of this kind, it was unclear if

41. [J] But some research suggests if we’re going to eat sugary foods

42. [A] Along with old classics like “carrots give you night vision”

43. [F] A 2016 review of 10 studies looking into the relationship

44. [C] What’s the reality?

45. [H] Breakfast is also associated with improved brain function.


Section C

Passage One

46. [C] They can’t connect professors and students as textbooks do.

47. [D] Falling sales.

48. [A] Reform its structures.

49. [C] Answer questions using their personal experience.

50. [B] They can learn in an interactive way.


Passage Two

51. [D] It gets energy from both food and sunlight.

52. [A] The genes it captures from the sea plant algae

53. [D] They can produce chlorophyll on their own.

54. [C] They don’t usually function inside animal cells.

55. [B] They can survive for months without eating.