Directions：Read the following three passages.Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements.For each of them mere are four choices marked A，B，C and D.Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have just read.
While the private schools may be charging too much，some of the publics are risking their futures by charging too little.Low tuition is fine，as the state assigns enough money to education，as has generally been the case in Texas and California.But for years，New Jersey's legendary resistance to taxes condemned Rutgers University to second-class status.“Of what real worth is a low-tuition policy，” wrote Rutgers' former president，the late Edward Bloustein，“If it dooms students to an education below the quality they want and require?”
New York State's students might ask themselves the same.A series of protests pressured Governor Maria Cuomo into canceling a $200 rise in tuition last year (prices haven't gone up since 1983).And what's the result? Greatly-reduced budgets，shabby campuses，course restrictions，limited library hors and various new student fees.
The irony of New York and other state systems is that the percentage of higher-income students they serve is increasing at a phenomenal rate，says Arthur Hauptman of the American Council on Education.Given this changing population，more states should start playing the Robin Hood game increasing their sticker price，discounting rates to low-income students and using the rest of the money to raise the quality of their schools.
The middle-class melt and the betterment of public universities are still in their very earliest stages.But these trends will intensify as the children of the burdened boomers reach college age.For the academics，it's a wake-up call.In the next century，they'll have to be affordable and good.
1.In order to maintain their high quality at the stone time of opening the floor to low-income students，public universities have to _________.
A.enlist their students for some voluntary jobs
B.exert long-term effort to improve themselves
C.count upon the financial support from the government
D.increase the proportion of rich students and charge more from them
2.According to some critics，the low-tuition policy of public universities might lead to _________.
A.the middle-class melt
B.a credit crisis
C.a decline in the quality of education
D.the enrollment of second-class students
3.It can be inferred from the passage that _________.
A.private universities will join in the thrice competition
B.public universities have to withdraw from the price competition
C.rich students find ways of paying less by taking the advantage of the policy
D.rich students should be entitled to equal opportunities as poor students
4.Public universities reduce the tuition because _________.
A.they yield to the pressure of protesters
B.they get contributions from the rich
C.they get enough money from the state
D.they try to give lower-income students an opportunity
5.This passage is mainly about _________.
A.the Robin Hood game
B.ways of paying less for college education
C.difficult situation of public universities
D.financial aid to lower—income students
I believe that my country，Poland，is a perfect example for a place where food is particularly important.When we were little children，we began to understand how much a loaf of bread meant to our parents—to some it might sound silly but for me the custom of kissing bread before you started cutting it was simply amazing.It's not so common nowadays to treat food that way，since you hardly ever bake your own bread.Besides，everyone would call you crazy if you tried to kiss every bread roll before you ate them! But though we no longer make our food from scratch (起點)，some customs have been kept—that's why I feel so sorry every time I have to throw any food away—even though I no longer live with my parents and nobody would blame me for this anymore!
Many people of our nation are still working as farmers，eating what they grow and harvest and therefore enjoying everything more.It's widely known that you value more anything that needs your effort in the first place.In most homes in Poland，especially those of farmers，the whole family would try and have their meals together—extremely difficult now，but so rewarding (值得)! You can share other members troubles and successes，give your children some attention，or just sit down for a moment instead of rushing through life aimlessly.Furthermore，your body，and stomach in particular will be very grateful (感激) for such a time!
In Poland，a wedding，Christmas or even a birthday is celebrated with a great meal.Women in the house get together and cook，sometimes for a few days before the event，and the extremely good or unusual food will be remembered and widely talked about.
You cannot over value the importance of food in the country.What's more，almost everyone in Poland will be as interested in the topic as I am.
( )1.From the text，we can learn that，in Poland，________.
A.most meals can be interesting topics for a long time
B.the whole family often have meals together nowadays
C.it’s common for women to get together to cook for a few days
D.family members can know more about each other by having meals together
( )2.The writer feels very sorry when he/she has to throw away any food because_________.
A.he/she makes food from scratch
B.his/her parents would blame him/her
C.some customs still have effect on him/her
D.many people are still working hard as farmers
( )3.When the writer was a child，he/she_________.
A.found people were crazy about bread
B.began to realize the importance of food
C.thought that cutting bread was amazing
D.learned people hardly baked their own bread
(一)1-5 D C B C D
(二)1-3 D C B