【原文】4①However, the Justices said that Arizona police would be allowed to verify the legal status of people who come in contact with law enforcement. ②That’s because Congress has always envisioned joint federal-state immigration enforcement and explicitly encourages state officers to share information and cooperate with federal colleagues.
【题目】37. On which of the following did the Justices agree, according to Paragraph4?
【选项】[A] Federal officers’ duty to withhold immigrants’ information.
【原文】1①A century ago, the immigrants from across the Atlantic included settlers and sojourners. ②Along with the many folks looking to make a permanent home in the United States came those who had no intention to stay, and who would make some money and then go home. ③Between 1908 and 1915, about 7 million people arrived while about 2 million departed. ④About a quarter of all Italian immigrants, for example, eventually returned to Italy for good. ⑤They even had an affectionate nickname, “uccelli di passaggio,” birds of passage.
【题目】26 “Birds of passage” refers to those who____
[B] leave their home countries for good.
[D] find permanent jobs overseas.
【分析】本题题干说，“Birds of passage”指的是哪些人?回文定位到第一段第四句话后半部分，eventually returned to Italy for good，“Birds of passage”指的是最终会永久地返回到意大利的人，而B选项却是永久地离开他们的家园，显然和文章内容相反。同时，D 选项说，在海外找到永久工作的人，和文章语义不一致。