■ 是非考点：One reason for high staff turnover in the hospitality is poor morale情态动词后面的部分，这里的poor morale就是本句子的重点，所以is后面的部分往往都是考点词。
■ 原文：Lucas also points out that ‘the substance of HRM practices does not appear to be designed to foster constructive relations with employees or to represent a managerial approach that enables developing and drawing out the full potential of people, even though employees may be broadly satisfied with many aspects of their work’ (Lucas, 2002).
In addition, or maybe as a result, high employee turnover has been a recurring problem throughout the hospitality industry. Among the many cited reasons are low compensation, inadequate benefits, poor working conditions and compromised employee morale and attitudes (Maroudas et al., 2008).通过 hospitality定位，找到了这个句子：
■ In addition, or maybe as a result, high employee turnover has been a recurring problem throughout the hospitality industry. Among the many cited reasons are low compensation, inadequate benefits, poor working conditions and compromised employee morale and attitudes (Maroudas et al., 2008).原文对应的是 compromised employee moraleCompromised 是妥协的，就是更不好的士气的意思，所以答案选TRUE。
■ 题干：Eastern hemlock is a fast-growing plant.
■ 原文：For example, eastern hemlock seedlings are shade-tolerant. They can survive in the forest understory under very low light levels because they have a low photosynthetic rate.
■ 考点词：fast-growing plant.
■ 原文对应：low photosynthetic rate.Fast growing 应该是比较高的光合作用速率，所以原文和题干相反。答案选择FALSE.
■ 程度考点：only， all/not all，impossible，must等词，序数词
Henderson rarely visited the area around Press estate when he was younger里面rarely 这个程度就是考点。
Not all of the assistants survived to see the publication on its completion.例题：Not all of the assistants survived to see the publication on its completion.
■ 原文：Johnson himself was stationed on a rickety chair at an 'old crazy deal table' surrounded by a chaos of borrowed books.
He was also helped by six assistants, two of whom died whilst the Dictionary was still in preparation. The work was immense; filling about eighty large notebooks (and without a library to hand).Johnson wrote the definitions of over 40,000 words, and illustrated their many meanings with some 114,000 quotations drawn from English writing on every subject from the Elizabethans to his own time.
He did not expect to achieve complete originality. Working to a deadline, he had to draw on the best of all previous dictionaries, and to make his work one of heroicsynthesis. In fact it was very much more.题干通过assistant定位到了这句话 He was also helped by six assistants, two of whom died whilst the Dictionary was still in preparation.
■ 说明不是所有的都活下来了，所以答案选择FLASE.例题：All living animals can lie
■ 原文：However much we may abhor it, deception comes naturally to all living things.
Birds do it by feigning injury to lead hungry predators away from nesting young. Spider crabs do it by disguise: adorning themselves with strips of kelp and other debris, they pretend to be something they are not-and so escape their enemies. Nature amply rewards successful deceivers by allowing them to survive long enough to mate and reproduce.
So it may come as no surprise to learn that human beings-who, according to psychologist Gerald Jellison of the University of South California, are lied to about 200 times a day, roughly one untruth every five munities-often deceive for exactly the same reasons: to save their own skins or to get something they can’t get by other means.通过 living animals 定位到了这句 However much we may abhor it, deception comes naturally to all living things.
■ 题干说：all living things，与题干一致，答案选择TRUE.总结一下，同学们在作判断题的时候，读完题，首先要抓住考点，去原文寻找的时候不要所有点，所有词都看，主要去看考点词的方向，判断出答案。