Situation 1. 题目是原文的同义词
原文：Few are more than five years old.
题目：Most are less than five years old.
原文：Frogs are losing the ecological battle for survival，and biologists are at a loss to explain
题目：Biologists are unable to explain why frogs are dying.
原文：Women could not take part and were forbidden，on pain of death，even to attend the
题目：The spectators，as well as the participants, of the ancient Olympics were male.
Situation 2 题目是根据原文中的几句话推断或归纳而成。
原文：Compare our admission inclusive fares and see how much you save.Cheapest is not the best and value for money is guaranteed.If you compare our bargain Daybreak fares beware _____ most of our competitors do not offer an all inclusive fare.
题目：Daybreak fares are more expensive than most of their competitors.
原文：For example，it has been demonstrated that rapid response leads to a greater likelihood of arrest only if responses are in the order of l-2 minutes after a call is received by the police.When response times increase to 3-4 minutes——still quite a rapid response——the likelihood of an arrest is substantially reduced.
题目：A response delay of l一2 minutes may have substantial influence on whether or not a suspected criminal is caught.
Situation 1: 题目与原文直接相反。通常用反义词，not加同义词及反义结构。
原文：A species becomes extinct when the last individual dies.
题目：A species is said to be extinct when only one individual exists.
原文：It has been successfully used in the United States to provide input into resource exploitation decisions and assist wildlife managers and there is now enormous potential for using population viability to assist wildlife management in Australia's forests.
题目：PVA has been used in Australia for many years.
原文：You may qualify for the Common Interest Group system，if you are one of at least ten adults who are traveling together.
译文：如果你是至少10个一起旅行的成人中的一个，你可能会适合Common Interest Group模式。
题目：The Common Interest Group scheme does not apply if there are 11 adults in the group.
译文：如果一个组里有11个成人，Common Interest Group 模式就不适用。
Situation 2: 原文是多个条件并列，题目是其中一个条件(出现must或only)。
原文：Booking in advance is strongly recommended as a11 Daybreak tours are subject to demand.Subject to availability，stand-by tickets can be purchased from the driver.
题目：Tickets must be bought in advance from an authorized Daybreak agent.
原文：Since the Winter Games began，55 out of 56 gold medals in the men's Nordic skiing events have been won by competitors from Scandinavia or the former Soviet Union.
题目：Only Scandinavians have won gold medals in the men's winter Olympics.
原文：Apart from the Second World War period the Winter Olympics were held every four years，a few months before the summer Olympics.But in 1986 the IOC changed the schedule so that the summer and winter games would be held in different years.Thus，for the only time in history，the Lillehammer (Norway) Games took place just two years after the previous Winter Olympics which were held in Alvertville，France.
题目：One Winter Olympics has succeeded another every four years since 1924 with a break only for the Second World War.
Situation 3: 原文为人们对某样事物的理论或感觉，题目则强调是客观事实或已被证明。
原文：But generally winter sports were felt to be too specialized.
题目：The Antwerp Games proved that winter sports were too specialized.
原文：Another theory is that worldwide temperature increases are upsetting the breeding cycles of frogs.
题目：It is a fact that frogs’ breeding cycles are upset by worldwide increases in temperature.
Situation 4: 原文和题目中使用了表示不同范围，频率，可能性的词。
原文中常用many (很多)、sometimes (有时)及unlikely (不太可能)等词。题目中常用all (全部)、usually (通常)、always (总是)及impossible (完全不可能)等词。
原文：Frogs are sometimes poisonous.
题目：Frogs are usually poisonous.
原文：Without a qualification from a reputable school or university，it is unlikely to find a good job.
题目：It is impossible to get a good job without a qualification from a respected institution.
Situation 5: 原文中包含条件状语，题目中去掉条件成分。
原文中包含条件状语，如if、unless或if not，也可能是用介词短语表示条件状语，如in、with、but for 或 except for。题目中去掉了这些表示条件状语的成分。这时，答案应：False。例1
原文:The Internet has often been criticized by the media as a hazardous tool in the hands of young computer users.
题目：The media has often criticized the Internet because it is dangerous.