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SAT-Critical-Reading試験番号:SAT-Critical-Reading 問題と解答
試験科目:「Section One : Critical Reading」
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NO.1 Richard III was without any doubt whatsoever the most evil man to have worn the crown of
England.
Attached to his name are so many crimes, and crimes so heinous and unnatural, that it is scarcely
credible that such a monster could exist. He not only committed murder on a number of occasions,
but
many of those he murdered he had either sworn to protect or should have been expected to defend
with
his last ounce of strength if he had anything approaching human feelings. First on the list of crimes
was
the death of his sovereign, Henry VI. Granted that Henry had been deposed by Richard's brother, and
hence could not easily claim Richard's loyalty
The word heinous in line 4 means
A. bloody
B. dishonest
C. awful
D. secretive
E. deceitful
Answer: C

SAT-Critical-Reading 解答   SAT-Critical-Reading 日記   
Explanation/Reference:
Richard is heinous(evil), shown by the synonyms "evil" and "unnatural."

NO.2 Friends of the theater have long decried the ______ of the New York drama critics, whose
reviews can
determine the fate of a play in a single night.
A. intelligence
B. power
C. inaccuracy
D. provinciality
E. insensitivity
Answer: B

SAT-Critical-Reading 合格点   
Explanation/Reference:
The missing word must fit the description of the critics given in the second half of the sentence. If
they
"can determine the fate of a play in a single night," then clearly they have a lot of "power."

NO.3 The firm's books were out of balance; there was a (n) ______ between the amount of physical
inventory
and the amount of calculated inventory.
A. anachronism
B. discredit
C. dissension
D. enigma
E. discrepancy
Answer: E

SAT-Critical-Reading 改訂   
Explanation/Reference:
If the "books were out of balance," there had to be some sort of differential between the two
inventories.
Only the last two choices pertain to any differential. Dissension, however, is a difference in feelings;
discrepancy(inconsistency) fits the context.

NO.4 The following two passages deal with the political movements working for the woman's vote in
America.
The first organized assertion of woman's rights in the United States was made at the Seneca Falls
convention in 1848. The convention, though, had little immediate impact because of the national
issues
that would soon embroil the country. The contentious debates involving slavery and state's rights
that
preceded the Civil War soon took center stage in national debates.
Thus woman's rights issues would have to wait until the war and its antecedent problems had been
addressed before they would be addressed. In 1869, two organizations were formed that would play
important roles in securing the woman's right to vote. The first was the American Woman's Suffrage
Association (AWSA). Leaving federal and constitutional issues aside, the AWSA focused their
attention
on state-level politics. They also restricted their ambitions to securing the woman's vote and
downplayed
discussion of women's full equality. Taking a different track, the National Woman's Suffrage
Association
(NWSA), led by Elizabeth Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, believed that the only way to assure the
long-
term security of the woman's vote was to ground it in the constitution. The NWSA challenged the
exclusion of woman from the Fifteenth Amendment, the amendment that extended the vote to
African-American men. Furthermore, the NWSA linked the fight for suffrage with other inequalities
faced
by woman, such as marriage laws, which greatly disadvantaged women.
By the late 1880s the differences that separated the two organizations had receded in importance as
the
women's movement had become a substantial and broad-based political force in the country. In
1890, the
two organizations joined forces under the title of the National American Woman's Suffrage
Association
(NAWSA). The NAWSA would go on to play a vital role in the further fight to achieve the woman's
vote.
In 1920, when Tennessee became the thirty-eighth state to approve the constitutional amendment
securing the woman's right to vote, woman's suffrage became enshrined in the constitution. But
woman's
suffrage did not happen in one fell swoop. The success of the woman's suffrage movement was the
story
of a number of partial victories that led to the explicit endorsement of the woman's right to vote in
the
constitution.
As early as the 1870s and 1880s, women had begun to win the right to vote in local affairs such as
municipal elections, school board elections, or prohibition measures. These "partial suffrages"
demonstrated that women could in fact responsibly and reasonably participate in a representative
democracy (at least as voters). Once such successes were achieved and maintained over a period of
time, restricting the full voting rights of woman became more and more suspect. If women were
helping
decide who was on the local school board, why should they not also have a voice in deciding who was
president of the country? Such questions became more difficult for non-suffragists to answer, and
thus the
logic of restricting the woman's vote began to crumble
When is the earliest success of the woman's suffrage movement that the second passage points to?
A. 1848
B. 1920
C. 1870s
D. 1869
E. 1880s
Answer: C

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Explanation/Reference:
The earliest time that the second passage points to is the 1870s (the first passage refers to the
Seneca
Falls convention in 1848), and so C. is the answer.

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