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sat语法:残缺句子小练习

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发表于 2017-8-9 15:06:05 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式

  在sat语法考试中有残缺句子考点,下面我们为大家带来了很多这方面考点的练习!也希望大家先做一边然后再对一下答案,看看自己能对几道题目!

  1. No biographer can attest to absolute accuracy in documenting the activities of his or her subject, this biographer of Cesar Chavez is no exception.

  (A) subject, this biographer of Cesar Chavez is no exception

  (B) subject, and this biographer of Cesar Chavez is no exception

  (C) subject; this biography of Cesar Chavez is no exception

  (D) subject; such a biography of this one of Cesar Chavez is no exception

  (E) subject, with this Cesar Chavez biographer being no exception

  2. In 1977, Jann Wenner, the founder of Rolling Stone moved the magazine’s offices from San Francisco to New York City, there he began developing a slicker more commercial style of magazine and began cultivating relationships with major advertisers.

  (A) there

  (B) then

  (C) where

  (D) so

  (E) which is when

  3. Roberto is from Italy, he can speak four languages: Italian, French, Spanish and English

  (A) Roberto is from Italy, he can speak four languages

  (B) Roberto, from Italy, who can speak four languages

  (C) Roberto is from Italy, he is able to speak four languages

  (D) Roberto, who is Italian and able to speak four languages

  (E) Roberto, who is from Italy, can speak four languages

  4. The fabled city of Timbuktu was founded by nomads, they were seeking shelter from the Sahara desert on the cool banks of the Niger River.

  (A) nomads, they were seeking

  (B) nomads, they sought

  (C) nomads seeking

  (D) nomads; seeking

  (E) nomads which sought

  5. Even the play’s most minor characters work together with extraordinary skill, their interplay creates a moving theatrical experience.

  (A) their interplay creates a moving theatrical experience.

  (B) a moving theatrical experience is created by their interplay

  (C) and their interplay creates a moving theatrical experience.

  (D) and a moving theatrical experience being the creation of their interplay

  (E) with their interplay they create a moving theatrical experience.

  6. By attracting new industry when the old factory closed, the council kept the economy of the town from collapsing, this was a disaster many workers had feared.

  (A) this was a disaster many workers had feared

  (B) because many workers had feared a disaster

  (C) the fear many workers had Would be a disaster

  (D) a disaster that many workers had feared

  (E) it was feared by many workers as a disaster

  7. Before reading the front page of the newspaper, my sister reads the sports section, my brother reads the comics first.

  (A) Before reading the front page of the newspaper, my sister reads the sports section, my brother reads the comics first.

  (B) My sister reads the sports section before reading the front page of the newspaper and my brother he reads the comics first.

  (C) Before reading the front page of the newspaper my sister reads the sports section; my brother reads the comics first.

  (D) My brother reads the comics first with my sister reading the sports section before reading the front page of the newspaper.

  (E) Before reading the front page of the newspaper, my sister reads the sports section; my brother reading the comics first.

  8. Conners, a publishing and media services company, is acquiring Dispatch Education,it manufactures school uniforms.

  (A) Dispatch Education, it manufactures

  (B) Dispatch Education, which manufactures

  (C) Dispatch Education, manufacturing

  (D) Dispatch Education; it is manufacturing

  (E) Dispatch Education; for the manufacturing of

  9. Beginning photographers may choose from among several camera types, there is one which is best for their particular interests.

  (A) there is one which is

  (B) of which there is one

  (C) one of which is

  (D) and one is

  (E) one is

  10. In the wild, pygmy chimpanzees are found only in an inaccessible region south of the Zaire River, since such is the case, very few are in captivity.

  (A) since such is the case, very few are in captivity

  (B) and very few are in captivity because of that

  (C) no more than a few are in captivity as a result

  (D) the number in captivity is very few for this reason

  (E) and so no more than a few are in captivity

  11. The 2003 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Shirin Ebadi, an Iranian lawyer, writer, and teacher, she gained prominence as an advocate for democracy and human rights.

  (A) teacher, she gained

  (B) teacher, she had gained

  (C) teacher, gaining

  (D) teacher who gained

  (E) teacher having gained

  12. A poetic form congenial to Robert Browning was the dramatic monologue, it let him explore a character’s mind without the simplifications demanded by stage productions.

  (A) monologue, it let him explore

  (B) monologue, which let him explore

  (C) monologue that lets him explore

  (D) monologue; letting him explore

  (E) monologue by letting him do exploration of

  13. The African tsetse fly does not need a brain, everything it has to do in life is programmed into its nervous system.

  (A) brain, everything

  (B) brain, due to everything which

  (C) brain, for everything

  (D) brain; since, everything

  (E) brain whereas everything

  14. Santa Fe is one of the oldest cities in the United States, its adobe architecture, spectacular setting, and clear, radium light have long made it a magnet for artists.

  (A) Santa Fe is one of the oldest cities in the United States, its

  (B) Santa Fe, which is one of the oldest cities in the United States, its

  (C) Santa Fe, which is one of the oldest cities in the United States, has

  (D) Santa Fe is one of the oldest cities in the United States; its

  (E) Santa Fe, one of the oldest cities in the United States, and its

  15. A recent report indicates that sleep-deprived drivers caused more than 100,000 accidents last year, they fall asleep at the wheel.

  (A) year, they fall

  (B) year, and they fall

  (C) year by falling

  (D) year and falling

  (E) year, they were falling


  16. In 1903, physicist Marie Curie was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize, moreover, in 1911, she became the first person to win it a second time.

  (A) physicist Marie Curie was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize, moreover,

  (B) Marie Curie, a physicist, won the Nobel Prize which was the first time a woman won it, then

  (C) Physicist Marie Curie became the first woman to win the Nobel Prize; moreover

  (D) Marie Curie won the Nobel Prize for the first time as a woman who was a physicist, and

  (E) physicist Marie Curie became the first winner of the Nobel Prize among women, moreover,

  17. Our modern solar calendar, established in 1582, is based on the Julian calendar, Julius Caesar introduced it in 46 B.C.

  (A) calendar, Julius Caesar introduced it

  (B) calendar, which is what was introduced by Julius Caesar

  (C) calendar; then Julius Caesar introduced it

  (D) calendar, with an introduction by Julius Caesar

  (E) calendar, introduced by Julius Caesar

  18. Reading stories aloud to young students is an effective way to help them learn new words, also it can spark their interest in studying literature.

  (A) words, also it can spark their interest in studying

  (B) words, and it can spark their interest in studying

  (C) words, that can also spark in them the interest to study

  (D) words, as well as it could spark their interest in the study of

  (E) words, which it also could spark their interest in studying

  19. By far the best-known work of poet Emma Lazarus is the sonnet “New Colossus”, it was chosen to be the inscription for the pedestal of the statue of Liberty in 1886.

  (A) it was chosen to be

  (B) choosing it to be

  (C) which they chose for

  (D) which was chosen as

  (E) they chose it as

  20. The Incas kept records with knotted cords called quipus, historians believe they were used to document crop production and to aid in tax collection.

  (A) historians believe they were used

  (B) historians believing in its use

  (C) which historians believe they use

  (D) which historians believe were used

  (E) and historians believe it was used


  专项训练: 1-5:BCECC  6-10:DCBCE   11-15:DBCCC   16-20:CEBDD  

       这些题目都是有残缺部分的哟,也希望大家能够将这种小练习也能够认真对待。不明白的地方可以先查资料。这些题目中的难点就是过去分词代替谓语动词,因为动词的过去分词往往与其过去时形式相同,所以容易被误解为该句的谓语动词。更多雅思托福sat等内容请关注深圳新航道网站!


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