Questions 5 to 7 are based on the newsreport you have just heard.
A)Many of his possessions were stolen.
B) His house was burnt down in a fire.
C) His fishing boat got wrecked on a rock.
D) His good luck charm sank into the sea.
A) Change his fishing locations.
B) Find a job in a travel agency.
C) Spend a few nights on a small island
D) Sell the pearl he had kept for years
7.A) A New York museum has the largest pearl.
B) The largest pearl in the world weighs 14 pounds.
C) His monstrous pearl was extremelyvaluable.
D) His pearl could be displayed in amuseum.
News report 3
A Philippine fisherman was feeling down on his luck when[Q5] a housefire forced him to[Q6] clear out his possessions and change locations.Then, a good luck charm that he had kept under his bed changed his life.
The unidentified man had fished out a giant pearl from the ocean when his anchor got stuck on the rock while sailing off a coastal island in the Philippines ten years ago.
When [Q6] he was forced to sell it, the shocked tourist agent at Puerto Princesca told him[Q7] that the 77-pound giant pearl that he had kept hidden in his rundown wooden house was the biggest pearl in the world, which was valued at £76 million.
The pearl of Allah, which is currently on display in a New York museum, only weighs 14 pounds. That is five times smaller than the pearl that the fisherman just handed in.
The monstrous pearl, measured at 1 foot wide and 2.2 feet long, is going to be verified by local experts and international authorities before hopefully going on display to attract more tourists in the little town.
Q5: What happened to the Philippine fisherman one day?
Q6: What was the fisherman forced to do?
Q7: What did the fisherman learn from the tourist agent?
6. 考察新闻细节(大写Philippine/数字10 years ago相关位置)，正确答案与材料原文基本一致。
7. 考察新闻细节(大写Puerto Princesa/数字77-pound/￡76 million相关位置)，正确答案涉及对材料细节的理解。
5. B) His houses has burnt down in a fire.
6. D) Sell the pearl he had kept for years.
7. C) His monstrous pearl was extremely valuable.