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[GMAT语法集训营] GMAT语法6天三星强化练习day4【650-690提升至700+】

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icetong123 发表于 2015-8-31 18:25:54 | 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4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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记得整理笔记哦!!


第一部分是OG习题
  77. A 1972 agreement between Canada and the United States reduced the amount of phosphates that municipalities had been allowed to dump into the Great Lakes.
  (A) reduced the amount of phosphates that municipalities had been allowed to dump
  (B) reduced the phosphate amount that municipalities had been dumping
  (C) reduces the phosphate amount municipalities have been allowed to dump
  (D) reduced the amount of phosphates that municipalities are allowed to dump
  (E) reduces the amount of phosphates allowed for dumping by municipalities
  78. A proposal has been made to trim the horns from rhinoceroses to discourage poachers; the question is whether tourists will continue to visit game parks and see rhinoceroses after their horns are trimmed.
  (A) whether tourists will continue to visit game parks and see rhinoceroses after their horns are
  (B) whether tourists will continue to visit game parks to see one once their horns are
  (C) whether tourists will continue to visit game parks to see rhinoceroses once the animals’ horns have been
  (D) if tourists will continue to visit game parks and see rhinoceroses once the animals’ horns are
  (E) if tourists will continue to visit game parks to see one after the animals’ horns have been
  86. In 2000, a mere two dozen products accounted for half the increase in spending on prescription drugs, a phenomenon that is explained not just because of more expensive drugs but by the fact that doctors are writing many more prescriptions for higher-cost drugs.
  (A) a phenomenon that is explained not just because of more expensive drugs but by the fact that doctors are writing
  (B) a phenomenon that is explained not just by the fact that drugs are becoming more expensive but also by the fact that doctors are writing
  (C) a phenomenon occurring not just because of drugs that are becoming more expensive but because of doctors having also written
  (D) which occurred not just because drugs are becoming more expensive but doctors are also writing
  (E) which occurred not just because of more expensive drugs but because doctors have also written
  87. According to scientists who monitored its path, an expanding cloud of energized particles ejected from the Sun recently triggered a large storm in the magnetic field that surrounds Earth, which brightened the Northern Lights and also possibly knocking out a communications satellite.
  (A) an expanding cloud of energized particles ejected from the Sun recently triggered a large storm in the magnetic field that surrounds Earth, which brightened the Northern Lights and also possibly knocking
  (B) an expanding cloud of energized particles ejected from the Sun was what recently triggered a large storm in the magnetic field that surrounds Earth, and it brightened the Northern Lights and also possibly knocked
  (C) an expanding cloud of energized particles ejected from the Sun recently triggered a large storm in the magnetic field that surrounds Earth, brightening the Northern Lights and possibly knocking
  (D) a large storm in the magnetic field that surrounds Earth, recently triggered by an expanding cloud of energized particles, brightened the Northern Lights and it possibly knocked
  (E) a large storm in the magnetic field surrounding Earth was recently triggered by an expanding cloud of energized particles, brightening the Northern Lights and it possibly knocked
  91. In an effort to reduce their inventories, Italian vintners have cut prices; their wines have been priced to sell, and they are.
  (A) have been priced to sell, and they are
  (B) are priced to sell, and they have
  (C) are priced to sell, and they do
  (D) are being priced to sell, and have
  (E) had been priced to sell, and they have

第二部分是PREP习题
139、On Earth, among the surest indications ofsunspot cycles are believed to be the rate that trees grow,
as seen in the rings visible in the crosssections of their trunks.
(A) On Earth, among the surestindications of sunspot cycles are believed to be the rate that trees
grow
(B) On Earth, among the surestindications of sunspot cycles are, it is believed, the rate of tree
growth
(C) On Earth, the rate at which treesgrow is believed to be among the surest indications of sunspot
cycles
(D) Among the surest indications on Earthof sunspot cycles, believed to be the tree growth rate
(E) Among the surest indications on Earthof sunspot cycles is believed to be the rate at which trees
grow

140、In human hearing, subtle differences inhow the two ears hear a given sound help the listener
determine the qualities of that sound.
(A) in how the two ears hear a givensound help the listener determine
(B) in the two ears hearing a given soundhelp the listener in determining
(C) in how a sound is heard by the twoears helps the listener determine
(D) between how the two ears hear a givensound helps the listener in determining
(E) between how a sound is heard by the twoears help the listener in determining

143、Despite there being no fundamentaldifference in shipbuilding traditions in Viking-Age Scandinavia
from the ones in other parts of NorthernEurope, archaeological evidence shows that Viking ships
were lighter, slimmer, faster, and thusprobably more seaworthy than the heavier vessels used by
the English at that time.
(A) Despite there being no fundamentaldifference in shipbuilding traditions in Viking-Age
Scandinavia from the ones
(B) Despite no fundamental differencebetween the shipbuilding traditions in Viking-Age
Scandinavia from those
(C) With shipbuilding traditions inViking-Age Scandinavia not fundamentally different from those
(D) With the shipbuilding traditions inViking-Age Scandinavia having no fundamental difference
from the ones
(E) Although shipbuilding traditions inViking-Age Scandinavia were not fundamentally different
from those

153、A recent United States Census Bureaureport shows that there are more than three times as many
households where the children andgrandchildren are living in their grandparents' home as
compared to households where thegrandparents are living in their children's or grandchildren's
home.
(A) as compared to households where the
(B) as there are households where the
(C) as those whose
(D) than compared to those where the
(E) than there are whose

159、As the former chair of the planning boardfor 18 consecutive years and a board member for 28
years, Joan Philkill attended more than400 meetings and reviewed more than 700 rezoning
applications.
(A) As the former
(B) The former
(C) Former
(D) She was
(E) As the

160、She was an educator, a builder ofinstitutions and organizations, and a major figure in the Black
church andsecular feminist movements as well, so one of the best-known and mostwell-respected
African Americans of the early twentiethcentury was Nannie Helen Burroughs.
(A) Shewas an educator, a builder of institutions and organizations, and a majorfigure in the Black
church andsecular feminist movements as well, so one of the best-known and mostwell-respected
African Americans of the early twentiethcentury was Nannie Helen Burroughs.  
(B) She was an educator, a builder of institutions and organizations,and a major figure in the
Black church and secular feministmovements, and Nannie Helen Burroughs also was one of the
best-known and well-respected AfricanAmericans of the early twentieth century.
(C) As an educator, a builder of institutions and organizations, and amajor figure in the Black
church and secular feminist movements, NannieHelen Burroughs was one of the best-known and
most well-respected African Americans ofthe early twentieth century.
(D) As an educator, a builder ofinstitutions and organizations, and a major figure in the Black
church and secular feminist movements,one of the best-known and well-respected African
Americans of the early twentieth centurywas Nannie Helen Burroughs.
(E) Being an educator, a builder ofinstitutions and organizations, and a major figure in the Black
church and secular feminist movements,one of the best-known and most well-respected African
Americans of the early twentieth centurywas Nannie Helen Burroughs.


第三部分是gwd

GWD-7-3
Because ofwireless service costs plummeting in the last year, and as mobile phones areincreasingly common, many people nowusing their mobile phones to make calls across a wide region at night and onweekends, when numerous wireless companies provide unlimited airtime for arelatively small monthly fee.

  • Because of wireless service costs     plummeting in the last year, and as mobile phones are increasingly common,     many people
  • As the cost of wireless service     plummeted in the last year and as mobile phones became increasingly     common, many people
  • In the last year, with the cost     of wireless service plummeting, and mobile phones have become increasingly     common, there are many people
  • With the cost of wireless service     plummeting in the last year and mobile phones becoming increasingly     common, many people are
  • While the cost of wireless service has     plummeted in the last year and mobile phones are increasingly common, many     people are
GWD-7-15
Dressed as a man andusing the name Robert Shurtleff, Deborah Sampson, the first woman to draw asoldier’s pension, joined the Continental Army in 1782 at the age of 22, wasinjured three times, and was discharged in 1783 because she had become tooill to serve.

  • 22,     was injured three times, and was discharged in 1783 because she had become
  • 22,     was injured three times, while being discharged in 1783 because she had     become
  • 22,     and was injured three times, and discharged in 1783, being
  • 22,     injured three times, and was discharged in 1783 because she was
  • 22,     having been injured three times and discharged in 1783, being
GWD-7-18
For the first time in the modern era,non-Hispanic Whites are officially a minority in California, which amountsto a little less than half the population of the state, down from nearlythere-quarters only a decade ago.

  • which     amounts to a little less than half the population of the state, down from     nearly three-quarters only a decade ago
  • which     amounts to a little less than half the population of the state, down from     a decade ago, when it was nearly three-quarters
  • and     that amounts to a little less than half the population of the state, down     from a decade ago, when they were nearly three-quarters
  • amounting     to a little less than half the population of the state, down from nearly     three-quarters a decade ago
  • amounting     to a little less than half the population of the state, down from what it     was a decade ago by nearly three-quarters
GWD-7-19
In many nations,criminal law does not apply to corporations, but in the United Stated today,a corporation commits a crime whenever one of its employees commits a crime, ifthe employee acted within the scope of his or her authority and if thecorporation benefited as a result.

  • a     corporation commits a crime whenever one of its employees commits a crime,     if the employee acted
  • a     corporation is committing a crime whenever one of its employees committed     a crime, if those employees were acting
  • corporations     commit a crime whenever one of its employees does, on the condition that     the employee acts
  • corporations     commit crimes whenever an employee of those corporations commit a crime,     if it was while acting
  • the     corporation whose employees commit a crime, commits a crime, whenever the     employee acted
GWD-7-27
Scientists haveidentified an asteroid, 2000 BF19, that is about half a mile wide and, if itstrikes Earth, it can do tremendous damage to part of the planet butprobably not cause planetwide destruction.

  • and,     if it strikes Earth, it can do tremendous damage to part of the planet but     
  • and,     if it would strike Earth, part of the planet could experience a tremendous     amount of damage but it would
  • and     that, if it were to strike Earth, could do tremendous damage to part of     the planet but would
  • and     that, if Earth is struck by it, can do part of the planet tremendous     damage, but it would
  • and     that, if it strikes Earth, it could experience a tremendous amount of damage     but
GWD-7-29
Unlike human runners, who broke thefour-minute mile in 1954 and they consistently recorded faster times eversince, horses in classic races such as the Kentucky Derby have had winningtimes with little improvement: Secretariat’s world-record-breaking Derby tineof 1:59 2/5, for example, was set in 1973 and remained unsurpassed more than aquarter of a century later.

  • they     consistently recorded faster times ever since, horses in classic races     such as the Kentucky Derby have had winning times with little improvement
  • they     have consistently recorded faster times ever since, those of horses in     classic races such as the Kentucky Derby have shown little improvement in     winning times
  • have     consistently recorded faster times ever since, horses in classic races     such as the Kentucky Derby have shown little improvement in winning times
  • have     consistently recorded faster times ever since, in those of classic races     such as the Kentucky Derby, horses have had winning times with little     improvement
  • consistently     recorded faster times ever since, those of horses in classic races such as     the Kentucky Derby have shown little improvement in winning times
GWD-7-31
The current economicdownturn has significantly reduced advertising income both for businessjournals as well as general consumer magazines, especially if focusing ontechnology.

  • has     significantly reduced advertising income both for business journals as     well as general consumer magazines, especially if focusing
  • has     significantly reduced advertising income both for business journals and     for general consumer magazines, especially those focusing
  • significantly     reduced advertising income for both business journals and for general     consumer magazines, especially when focused
  • reduced     both business journals’ and general consumer magazines’ advertising income     significantly, especially if focused
  • reduced     advertising income significantly for both business journals, as well as     for general consumer magazines, especially those focusing
GWD-8-3
Forprotection from the summer sun, the Mojave lived in open-sided, flat-toppeddwellings known as shades, each a roof of poles and arrow weed supportedby posts set in a rectangle.
A.   each a roof of poles and arrowweed
B.   each a roof of poles and arrowweed that arebeing
C.   with each being a roof of poles andarrowweed
D.   with roofs of poles and arrowweed to be
E.    with roofs of poles and arrowweed that are


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