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[GMAT语法集训营] GMAT语法6天三星强化练习day1【650-690提升至700+】

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icetong123 发表于 2015-8-31 18:01:17 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式



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学习安排
学习内容:
  OG
PREP
GWD
备考时间:第1天
做好准备,我们一起加加油

学习目标
                                                    吃掉语法
                                              强化提升,大胆阔步迈向我们的强备考二星级的练习

今日练习

做GMAT语法的时候一定要自己做好笔记,对错的题目进行整理和分类,一些固定搭配也要整理下来,虽然不是考点,但有时候也可据此推断答案,这种方法对短期提高GMAT语法水平很重要。做GMAT语法题的时候要仔细比较个个选项,不要看到诸如being, there is 之类的词语就轻易的予以排除,有很多时候正确答案往往就是含有这类词语的那个。

接下来~~~就开始我们学习吧~~~
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第一部分是OG习题
  7. The intricate structure of the compound insect eye, having hundreds of miniature eyes called ommatidia, help explain why scientists have assumed that itevolved independently of the vertebrate eye.
  (A) having hundreds of miniature eyes called ommatidia, help explain why scientists have assumed that it
  (B) having hundreds of miniature eyes that are called ommatidia, helps explain why scientists have assumed that they
  (C) with its hundreds of miniature eyes that are called ommatidia, helps explain scientists’ assuming that they
  (D) with its hundreds of miniature eyes called ommatidia, help explain scientists’ assuming that it
  (E) with its hundreds of miniature eyes called ommatidia, helps explain why scientists have assumed that it
  8. In late 1997, the chambers inside the pyramid of the Pharaoh Menkaure at Giza were closed to visitors for cleaning and repair due to moisture exhaled by tourists, which raised its humidity to such levels so that salt from the stone was crystallizing and fungus was growing on the walls.
  (A) due to moisture exhaled by tourists, which raised its humidity to such levels so that salt from the stone was crystallizing
  (B) due to moisture that tourists had exhaled, thereby raising its humidity to such levels that salt from the stone would crystallize
  (C) because tourists were exhaling moisture, which had raised the humidity within them to levels such that salt from the stone would crystallize
  (D) because of moisture that was exhaled by tourists raising the humidity within them to levels so high as to make the salt from the stone crystallize
  (E) because moisture exhaled by tourists had raised the humidity within them to such levels that salt from the stone was crystallizing
  17. Sunspots, vortices of gas associated with strong electromagnetic activity,are visible as dark spots on the surface of the Sun but have never been sighted onthe Sun’s poles or equator.
  (A) are visible as dark spots on the surface of the Sun but have never been sighted on
  (B) are visible as dark spots that never have been sighted on the surface of the Sun
  (C) appear on the surface of the Sun as dark spots although never sighted at
  (D) appear as dark spots on the surface of the Sun, although never having been sighted at
  (E) appear as dark spots on the Sun’s surface, which have never been sighted on
  25. Neuroscientists, having amassed a wealth of knowledge over the past twenty years about the brain and its development from birth to adulthood, are now drawing solid conclusions about how the human brain grows and how babies acquire language.
  (A) Neuroscientists, having amassed a wealth of knowledge over the past twenty years about the brain and its development from birth to adulthood, are
  (B) Neuroscientists, having amassed a wealth of knowledge about the brain and its development from birth to adulthood over the past twenty years, and are
  (C) Neuroscientists amassing a wealth of knowledge about the brain and its development from birth to adulthood over the past twenty years, and are
  (D) Neuroscientists have amassed a wealth of knowledge over the past twenty years about the brain and its development from birth to adulthood,
  (E) Neuroscientists have amassed, over the past twenty years, a wealth of knowledge about the brain and its development from birth to adulthood,
  29. Emily Dickinson’s letters to Susan Huntington Dickinson were written over a period beginning a few years before Susan’s marriage to Emily’s brother and ending shortly before Emily’s death in 1886, outnumbering her letters to anyone else.
  (A) Dickinson were written over a period beginning a few years before Susan’s marriage to Emily’s brother and ending shortly before Emily’s death in 1886, outnumbering
  (B) Dickinson were written over a period that begins a few years before Susan’s marriage to Emily’s brother and ended shortly before Emily’s death in 1886, outnumber
  (C) Dickinson, written over a period beginning a few years before Susan’s marriage to Emily’s brother and that ends shortly before Emily’s death in 1886 and outnumbering
  (D) Dickinson, which were written over a period beginning a few years before Susan’s marriage to Emily’s brother, ending shortly before Emily’s death in 1886, and outnumbering
  (E) Dickinson, which were written over a period beginning a few years before Susan’s marriage to Emily’s brother and ending shortly before Emily’s death in 1886, outnumber

第二部分是PREP习题

25、Often incorrectly referred to as a tidalwave, a tsunami, a seismic sea wave that can reach up to
150 miles per hour in speed and 200 feethigh, is caused by underwater earthquakes or
volcanic eruptions.
(A) up to 150 miles per hour in speed and200 feet high, is
(B) up to 150 miles per hour in speed andheights of up to 200 feet, is
(C) speeds of up to 150 miles per hourand 200 feet high, are
(D) speeds of up to 150 miles per hourand heights of up to 200 feet, is
(E) speeds of up to 150 miles per hourand as high as 200 feet, are

26、The investigations of many psychologistsand anthropologists support the generalization of
therebeing little that is a significant difference in the underlying mentalprocesses manifested by
people from different cultures.
(A) of there being little that is asignificant difference
(B) of there being little that issignificantly different
(C) of little that is significantlydifferent
(D) that there is little that issignificantly different
(E) that there is little of significantdifferences

27、When drafting the Declaration ofSentiments that was adopted at the Seneca Falls Women's
Rights Convention in 1848, included in itby the author, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, was a call for
female enfranchisement.
(A) When drafting the Declaration ofSentiments that was adopted at the Seneca Falls Women's
Rights Convention in 1848, included in itby the author, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, was a call for
female enfranchisement.
(B) Including a call for femaleenfranchisement, a draft of the Declaration of Sentiments was
adopted at the Seneca Falls Women's RightsConvention in 1848 that Elizabeth Cady Stanton
wrote.
(C) When the Declaration of Sentimentsdrafted by Elizabeth Cady Stanton was adopted at the
Seneca Falls Women's Convention in 1848,a call for female enfranchisement had been
included in it.
(D) A call for female enfranchisement,included in Elizabeth Cady Stanton's draft of the
Declaration of Sentiments in 1848, thatwas adopted by the Seneca Falls Women's Rights
Convention.
(E) WhenElizabeth Cady Stanton drafted the Declaration of Sentiments that was adoptedat the
Seneca Falls Women's Rights Convention in1848, she included in it a call for female
enfranchisement.

32、Initiated five centuries after Europeansarrived in the New World on Columbus Day 1992,
Project SETI pledged a $100 millioninvestment in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.
(A) Initiated five centuries afterEuropeans arrived in the New World on Columbus Day 1992,
Project SETI pledged a $100 millioninvestment in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.
(B) Initiated on Columbus Day 1992, fivecenturies after Europeans arrived in the New World, a
$100 million investment in the search forextraterrestrial intelligence was pledged by Project
SETI.
(C) Initiated on Columbus Day 1992, fivecenturies after Europeans arrived in the New World,file:///C:/Users/ADMINI~1/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image001.png
Project SETI pledged a $100 millioninvestment in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.
(D) Pledging a $100 million investment inthe search for extraterrestrial intelligence, the initiation
of Project SETI five centuries afterEuropeans arrived in the New World on Columbus Day 1992.
(E) Pledging a $100 million investment inthe search for extraterrestrial intelligence five
centuries after Europeans arrived in theNew World, on Columbus Day 1992, the initiation of
Project SETI took place.

57、The Anasazi settlements at Chaco Canyonwere built on a spectacular scale with more than 75
carefully engineered structures, of up to600 rooms each, were connected by a complex regional
system of roads.
(A) with more than 75 carefullyengineered structures, of up to 600 rooms each, were
(B) with more than 75 carefullyengineered structures, of up to 600 rooms each,
(C) of more than 75 carefully engineeredstructures of up to 600 rooms, each that had been
(D) of more than 75 carefully engineeredstructures of up to 600 rooms and with each
(E) of more than 75 carefully engineeredstructures of up to 600 rooms each had been

60、Mideast immigrants' rates ofentrepreneurship exceed virtually every other immigrant group in the
increasingly diverse United Stateseconomy.
(A) Mideast immigrants' rates ofentrepreneurship exceed
(B) Mideast immigrants are exhibitingrates of entrepreneurship exceeding
(C) Immigrants from the Mideast exhibitrates of entrepreneurship exceeding those of
(D) The rates of entrepreneurship inimmigrants from the Mideast exceed
(E) The rates of Mideast immigrants'entrepreneurship exceeds those of
  
第三部分是gwd

GWD-1-7
A recentreview of pay scales indicates that CEO’s now earn an average of 419 timesmore pay than blue-collar workers, compared to a ratio of 42 times in 1980.
A.   that CEO’s now earn an average of 419 timesmore pay than blue-collar workers, compared to a ratio of 42 times
B.   that, on average, CEO’s now earn 419 timesthe pay of blue-collar workers, a ratio that compares to 42 times
C.   that, on average, CEO’s now earn 419 timesthe pay of blue-collar workers, as compared to 42 times their pay, the ratio
D.   CEO’s who now earn on average 419 times morepay than blue-collar workers, as compared to 42 times their pay, the ratio
E.    CEO’s now earning an average of 419 timesthe pay of blue-collar workers, compared to the ratio of 42 times
GWD-1-16
Soaringtelevision costs accounted for more than half the spending in the presidentialcampaign of 1992, a greater proportion than it was in any previouselection.
A.   a greater proportion than it was
B.   a greater proportion than
C.   a greater proportion than they have been
D.   which is greater than was so

E.    which is greater than it has been
GWD-1-23
Past assessments of the Brazilian rain forest have used satellite images to tally deforested areas, where farmers and ranchers have clear-cut and burned all the trees, but such work has not addressed either logging, which is the removal of only selected trees, as well as surface fires, burning down individual trees but do not denude the forest.
A.    which is the removal of only selected trees, as well as surface fires, burning
B.    which removes only selected trees, or surface fires that burn
C.    which removes only selected trees, along with surface fires that burn
D.    removing only selected trees, or surface fires, burning
E.     removing only selected trees, as well as surface fires that burn
GWD-1-29
Faultyvoting equipment, confusing ballots, voter error, and problems at pollingplaces have been cited by a new study of the 2000 United States presidentialelection, which estimated that they did not count 4 million to 6 million of the100 million votes cast.
A.   Faulty voting equipment, confusing ballots,voter error, and problems at polling places have been cited by a new study ofthe 2000 United Statespresidential election, which estimated that they did not count 4 million to 6million of the 100 million votes cast.
B.   Citing faulty voting equipment, confusingballots, voter error, and problems at polling places, a new study of the 2000 United Statespresidential election has estimated that 4 million to 6 million of the 100million votes cast were not counted.
C.   Citing faulty voting equipment, confusingballots, voter error, and problems at polling places, 4 million to 6 million ofthe 100 million votes cast were not counted in the 2000 United Statespresidential election, a new study estimates.
D.   A new study has cited faulty votingequipment, confusing ballots, voter error, and problems at polling places inestimating that 4 million to 6 million of the 100 million votes that were casthad not been counted in the 2000 United States presidentialelection.
E.    A new study of the 2000 United States presidentialelection, citing faulty voting equipment, confusing ballots, voter error, andproblems at polling places, has estimated 4 million to 6 million votes had notbeen counted of the 100 million votes cast.
GWD-1-30
Theancient Anasazi harvested such native desert vegetation as the purple-floweredbee plant, what they now commonly call wild spinach in northern Arizona and other parts of the southwestern United States.
A.   what they now commonly call
B.   a plant that they now commonly call
C.   now commonly called
D.   and is mow commonly called
E.    which it is now commonly called
GWD-1-34
Although peoplein France consume fattyfoods at a rate comparable to the United States,their death rates from heart disease are far lower in France.
A.   people in Franceconsume fatty foods at a rate comparable to the United States, their
B.   people in Franceand the United Statesconsume fatty foods at about the same rate, the
C.   fatty foods are consumed by people in France at a comparable rate to the United States’s,their
D.   the rate of fatty foods consumed in France and the United States is about the same,the
E.    the rate of people consuming fatty foods isabout the same in France andthe United States,the
   
GWD-2-11
Retailers reportedmoderate gains in their November sales, as much because of their sales of ayear earlier being so bad as that shoppers were getting a head start onbuying their holiday gifts.
A.   of their sales of a year earlier being sobad as that
B.   of their sales a year earlier having been asbad as because
C.   of their sales a year earlier being as badas because
D.   their sales a year earlier had been so badas because
E.    their sales of a year earlier were as bad asthat
GWD-4-2
Accordingto its proponents, a proposed new style of aircraft could, by skimming alongthe top of the atmosphere, fly between most points on Earth in under two hours.
A.   According to its proponents, a proposed newstyle of aircraft could, by skimming along the top of the atmosphere, flybetween most points on Earth in under two hours.
B.   By skimming along the top of the atmosphere,proponents of a proposed new style of aircraft say it could fly between mostpoints on Earth in under two hours.
C.   A proposed new style of aircraft could flybetween most points on Earth in under two hours, according to its proponents,with it skimming along the top of the atmosphere.
D.   A proposed new style of aircraft, say itsproponents, could fly between most points on Earth in under two hours becauseof its skimming along the top of the atmosphere.

E.    According to its proponents, skimming alongthe top of the atmosphere makes it possible that a proposed new style ofaircraft could fly between most points on Earth in under two hours.
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