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GMATSentenceCorrectionGMAT语法大全PREP高真实界面版ByWudiyeah仅供ChaseDream论坛内部交流学习使用用说明1、内容来自Gemj版的语法大全,内容进行了部分调整,具体调整为:原第四部分即第10版OG的解释隐藏模式部分删去,原第三部分即原格式成套题(885)提前至第二部分,原第二部分OG解释相应调整至第三部分)WORD版保留原版的隐藏答案模式,使用方法同原版,具体如下:隐藏答案在每题的D选项之后,显示的方法是鼠标左键单击“常用”工具栏“显示/隐藏编辑标记”按钮(只有WORD才有此按钮,PDF版没有)。再次单击又被隐藏。见下图:2、与原版不同,该版本做题时请将视图放大至满屏,以适应实战满屏的界面。为了尽可能与PREP的显示方式吻合,做成了如PREP每页一题的显示方式,题目和选项的格式采用双轨制,即题目的行距比选项之间的距离更紧凑。(排版的工作要人命啊…)3、题目和答案均采用原版。感谢语法大全原班人马的辛勤劳动和无私奉献!谨以此作向前辈致敬。使第一部分:全部全真题987(排序不重复)1.A“calendarstick”carvedcenturiesagobytheWinnebagotribemayprovidethefirstevidencethattheNorthAmericanIndianshavedevelopedadvancedfull-yearcalendarsbasingthemonsystematicastronomicalobservation.(A)thattheNorthAmericanIndianshavedevelopedadvancedfull-yearcalendarsbasingthem(B)oftheNorthAmericanIndianswhohavedevelopedadvancedfull-yearcalendarsandbasedthem(C)ofthedevelopmentofadvancedfull-yearcalendarsbyNorthAmericanIndians,basingthem(D)oftheNorthAmericanIndiansandtheirdevelopmentofadvancedfull-yearcalendarsbased(E)thattheNorthAmericanIndiansdevelopedadvancedfull-yearcalendarsbased2.A1972agreementbetweenCanadaandtheUnitedStatesreducedtheamountofphosphatesthatmunicipalitieshadbeenallowedtodumpintotheGreatLakes.(A)reducedtheamountofphosphatesthatmunicipalitieshadbeenallowedtodump(B)reducedthephosphateamountthatmunicipalitieshadbeendumping(C)reducesthephosphateamountmunicipalitieshavebeenallowedtodump(D)reducedtheamountofphosphatesthatmunicipalitiesareallowedtodump(E)reducestheamountofphosphatesallowedfordumpingbymunicipalities3.Acollectionof38poemsbyPhillisWheatley,aslave,waspublishedinthe1770’s,thefirstbookbyaBlackwomananditwasonlythesecondpublishedbyanAmericanwoman.(A)itwasonlythesecondpublishedbyanAmericanwoman(B)itwasonlythesecondthatanAmericanwomanpublished(C)thesecondoneonlypublishedbyanAmericanwoman(D)thesecondoneonlythatanAmericanwomanpublished(E)onlythesecondpublishedbyanAmericanwoman4.Acommondisabilityintestpilotsishearingimpairment,aconsequenceofsittingtooclosetolargejetenginesforlongperiodsoftime.(A)aconsequenceofsittingtooclosetolargejetenginesforlongperiodsoftime(B)aconsequencefromsittingforlongperiodsoftimetooneartolargejetengines(C)aconsequencewhichresultedfromsittingtooclosetolargejetenginesforlongperiodsoftime(D)damagedfromsittingtooneartolargejetenginesforlongperiodsoftime(E)damagedbecausetheysattooclosetolargejetenginesforlongperiodsoftime5.Acontroversialfigurethroughoutmostofhispubliclife,theBlackleaderMarcusGarveyadvocatedthatsomeBlacksreturntoAfrica,thelandthat,tohim,symbolizedthepossibilityoffreedom.(A)thatsomeBlacksreturntoAfrica,thelandthat,tohim,symbolizedthepossibilityoffreedom(B)thatsomeBlacksreturntotheAfricanlandsymbolizingthepossibilityoffreedomtohim(C)thatsomeBlacksreturntoAfricawhichwasthelandwhichsymbolizedthepossibilityoffreedomtohim(D)someBlack’sreturningtoAfricawhichwasthelandthattohimsymbolizedthepossibilityoffreedom(E)someBlack’sreturntothelandsymbolizingthepossibilityoffreedomtohim,Africa6.Afireinanenclosedspaceburnswiththeaidofreflectedradiationthatpreheatsthefuel,makingignitionmucheasierandflamesspreadingmorequickly.(A)flamesspreading(B)flamespreads(C)flamesarecausedtospread(D)causingflamestospread(E)causingspreadingoftheflames7.Afirmthatspecializesintheanalysisofhandwritingclaimsfromaone-pagewritingsamplethatitcanassessmorethanthreehundredpersonalitytraits,includingenthusiasm,imagination,andambition.(A)fromaone-pagewritingsamplethatitcanassess(B)fromaone-pagewritingsampleithastheabilityofassessing(C)theability,fromaone-pagewritingsample,ofassessing(D)tobeable,fromaone-pagewritingsample,toassess(E)beingabletoassess,fromaone-pagewritingsample,8.Ahugeflyingreptilethatdiedoutwiththedinosaurssome65millionyearsago,theQuetzalcoatlushadawingspanof36feet,believedtobethelargestflyingcreaturetheworldhaseverseen.(A)believedtobe(B)andthatisbelievedtobe(C)anditisbelievedtohavebeen(D)whichwas,itisbelieved,(E)whichisbelievedtobe9.ALaborDepartmentstudystatesthatthenumbersofwomenemployedoutsidethehomegrewbymorethanathirty-fivepercentincreaseinthepastdecadeandaccountedformorethansixty-twopercentofthetotalgrowthinthecivilianworkforce.(A)numbersofwomenemployedoutsidethehomegrewbymorethanathirty-fivepercentincrease(B)numbersofwomenemployedoutsidethehomegrewmorethanthirty-fivepercent(C)numbersofwomenemployedoutsidethehomewereraisedbymorethanthirty-fivepercent(D)numberofwomenemployedoutsidethehomeincreasedbymorethanthirty-fivepercent(E)numberofwomenemployedoutsidethehomewasraisedbymorethanathirty-fivepercentincrease10.Alargeriseinthenumberofhousingstartsinthecomingyearshouldboostnewconstructiondollarsbyseveralbilliondollars,makingtheconstructionindustry’seconomichealthmuchmorerobustthanfiveyearsago.(A)makingtheconstructionindustry’seconomichealthmuchmorerobustthanfiveyearsago(B)andmaketheconstructionindustry’seconomichealthmuchmorerobustthanfiveyearsago(C)makingtheconstructionindustry’seconomichealthmuchmorerobustthanitwasfiveyearsago(D)tomaketheconstructionindustry’seconomichealthmuchmorerobustthanfiveyearsago(E)inmakingtheconstructionindustry’seconomichealthmuchmorerobustthanitasfiveyearsago11.AletterbyMarkTwain,writteninthesameyearasTheAdventuresofHuckleberryFinnwerepublished,revealsthatTwainprovidedfinancialassistancetooneofthefirstBlackstudentsatYaleLawSchool.(A)AletterbyMarkTwain,writteninthesameyearasTheAdventuresofHuckleberryFinnwerepublished,(B)AletterbyMarkTwain,writteninthesameyearofpublicationasTheAdventuresofHuckleberryFinn,(C)AletterbyMarkTwain,writteninthesameyearthatTheAdventuresofHuckleberryFinnwaspublished,(D)MarkTwainwrotealetterinthesameyearashepublishedTheAdventuresofHuckleberryFinnthat(E)MarkTwainwrotealetterinthesameyearofpublicationasTheAdventuresofHuckleberryFinnthat12.Alittleunderamillionyearsago,thebrinywatersoftheBalticSeabeganfloodingintothecoldNorthAtlantic:geologistsarestilldebatingwhetherthefloodwasgradualorcreatedacataclysm.(A)whetherthefloodwasgradualorcreatedacataclysm(B)ifthefloodwasgradualorcreatedacataclysm(C)aboutwhetherthefloodwasgradualorcataclysmic(D)whetherthefloodwasgradualorcataclysmic(E)whetherthefloodwasgradualoritcreatedacataclysm13.Amajorityoftheinternationaljournalistssurveyedviewnuclearpowerstationsasunsafeatpresentbutthattheywill,orcould,bemadesufficientlysafeinthefuture.(A)thattheywill,orcould,(B)thattheywould,orcould,(C)theywillbeorcould(D)thinkthattheywillbeorcould(E)thinkthepowerstationswouldorcould14.Amigrainetypicallyafflictsonesideofthehead,lastsforhoursordays,andmayrecurasinfrequentlyasonceeveryothermonthoroften,asdaily.(A)asinfrequentlyasonceeveryothermonthoroften,as(B)asinfrequentlyasonceeveryothermonthorasoftenas(C)infrequently,asoftenasonceeveryothermonth,oroften,like(D)infrequently,likeonceeveryothermonth,oroften,like(E)infrequently,likeonceeveryothermonth,orasoftenas15.Anewphenomena,whichisvisibleatManagua’smajorintersections,arewavesofvendorsandbeggars,whichincludemanychildrenandmobcarsatthestoplights.(A)Anewphenomena,whichisvisibleatManagua’smajorintersections,arewavesofvendorsandbeggars,whichincludemanychildrenand(B)VisibleatManagua’smajorintersectionsarewavesofvendorsandbeggarswithmanychildren,newphenomenathat(C)AnewphenomenonvisibleatManagua’smajorintersectionsiswavesofvendorsandbeggars,manyofthemchildren,who(D)Phenomenallynewwavesofvendors,beggars,andmanychildrenarevisibleatManagua’smajorintersections,which(E)Awaveofvendorsandbeggars,manyofwhomarechildren,arevisibleatManagua’smajorintersections,wheretheyareanewphenomenonand16.Anumberoflinguistscontendthatallofthethousandsoflanguagesspokenbytheworld’sfivebillionpeoplecanbetracedbacktoacommonrootlanguage.(A)thatallofthethousandsoflanguagesspokenbytheworld’sfivebillionpeoplecanbetraced(B)thattheworld’sfivebillionpeoplespeakthousandsoflanguagesofwhichallcanbetraced(C)theworld’sfivebillionpeoplespeakthousandsoflanguageswhicharealltraceable(D)allofthethousandsoflanguagesspokenbytheworld’sfivebillionpeopletobetraceable(E)theabilitytotraceallofthethousandsoflanguagesthatarespokenbytheworld’sfivebillionpeople17.Apatientaccusingadoctorofmalpracticewillfinditdifficulttoprovedamageifthereisalackofsomeotherdoctortotestifyaboutpropermedicalprocedures.(A)ifthereisalackofsomeotherdoctortotestify(B)unlesstherewillbeanotherdoctortotestify(C)withoutanotherdoctor’stestimony(D)shouldtherebenotestimonyfromsomeotherdoctor(E)lackinganotherdoctortotestify18.Apeculiarfeatureoftheembryonicmammaliancirculatorysystemisthatintheareaoftheheartthecellsadheretooneanother,beatinginunisonandadoptingspecializedorientationsexclusiveofoneanother.(A)beatinginunisonandadopting(B)theybeatinunisonwhileadopting(C)beatinunison,andadopt(D)beatinginunisonyetadopting(E)eventhoughtheybeatinunisonandadopt19.APresidententeringthefinaltwoyearsofasecondtermislikelytobeataseveredisadvantageandisoftenunabletocarryoutalegislativeprogram.(A)likelytobeataseveredisadvantageandisoftenunableto(B)likelyseverelydisadvantagedandoftenunableto(C)liabletobeseverelydisadvantagedandcannotoften(D)liablethatheorsheisataseveredisadvantageandcannotoften(E)ataseveredisadvantage,oftenlikelytobeunablethatheorshecan20.Aprolificarchitectwhoworkedfromtheturnofthecenturyuntilthelate1950’s,JuliaMorgandesignednearly800buildingsinCalifornia,perhapsmostnotablyWilliamRandolphHearst’smonumentalestateatSanSimeon.(A)JuliaMorgandesignednearly800buildingsinCalifornia,perhapsmostnotablyWilliamRandolphHearst’smonumentalestateatSanSimeon(B)perhapsthemostnotableofthenearly800buildingsinCaliforniadesignedbyJuliaMorganwasWilliamRandolphHearst’smonumentalestateatSanSimeon(C)ofthenearly800buildingsinCaliforniadesignedbyJuliaMorgan,perhapsthemostnotablewasWilliamRandolphHearst’smonumentalestateatSanSimeon(D)nearly800buildingsinCaliforniaweredesignedbyJuliaMorgan,ofwhichWilliamRandolphHearst’smonumentalestateatSanSimeonisperhapsthemostnotable(E)WilliamRandolphHearst’smonumentalestateatSanSimeonisperhapsthemostnotableofthenearly800buildingsinCaliforniadesignedbyJuliaMorgan21.Aproposalhasbeenmadetotrimthehornsfromrhinocerosestodiscouragepoachers;thequestioniswhethertouristswillcontinuetovisitgameparksandseerhinocerosesaftertheirhornsaretrimmed.(A)whethertouristswillcontinuetovisitgameparksandseerhinocerosesaftertheirhornsare(B)whethertouristswillcontinuetovisitgameparkstoseeoneoncetheirhornsare(C)whethertouristswillcontinuetovisitgameparkstoseerhinocerosesoncetheanimals’hornshavebeen(D)iftouristswillcontinuetovisitgameparksandseerhinocerosesoncetheanimals’hornsare(E)iftouristswillcontinuetovisitgameparkstoseeoneaftertheanimals’hornshavebeen22.Arecentnationalstudyofthepublicschoolsshowsthattherearenowonemicrocomputerforeverythirty-twopupils,fourtimesasmanythantherewerefouryearsago.(A)therearenowonemicrocomputerforeverythirty-twopupils,fourtimesasmanythantherewere(B)thereisnowonemicrocomputerforeverythirty-twopupils,fourtimesasmanythantherewere(C)thereisnowonemicrocomputerforeverythirty-twopupils,fourtimesasmanyastherewere(D)everythirty-twopupilsnowhaveonemicrocomputer,fourtimesasmanythantherewere(E)everythirty-twopupilsnowhasonemicrocomputer,fourtimesasmanyas23.ArecentNewYorkTimeseditorialcriticizedthecity’selectionboardfor,firstofall,failingtoreplaceoutmodedvotingmachinespronetobreakdowns,andsecondarily,fortheirfailuretoinvestigateallegationsofcorruptioninvolvingboardmembers.(A)secondarily,fortheirfailureto(B)secondly,fortheirfailureto(C)secondly,thattheyfailedanddidnot(D)second,thattheyfailedto(E)second,forfailingto24.Arecentstudyhasfoundthatwithinthepastfewyears,manydoctorshadelectedearlyretirementratherthanfacethethreatsoflawsuitsandtherisingcostsofmalpracticeinsurance.(A)hadelectedearlyretirementratherthanface(B)hadelectedearlyretirementinsteadoffacing(C)haveelectedretiringearlyinsteadoffacing(D)haveelectedtoretireearlyratherthanfacing(E)haveelectedtoretireearlyratherthanface25.Arecentstudyofancientclaydepositshasprovidednewevidencesupportingthetheoryofglobalforestfiresignitedbyameteoriteimpactthatcontributedtotheextinctionofthedinosaursandmanyothercreaturessome65millionyearsago.(A)supportingthetheoryofglobalforestfiresignitedbyameteoriteimpactthat(B)supportingthetheorythatglobalforestfiresignitedbyameteoriteimpact(C)thatsupportsthetheoryofglobalforestfiresthatwereignitedbyameteoriteimpactandthat(D)insupportofthetheorythatglobalforestfireswereignitedbyameteoriteimpactandthat(E)ofsupportforthetheoryofameteoriteimpactthatignitedglobalforestfiresand26.ArecordingsystemwassosecretlyinstalledandoperatedintheKennedyOvalOfficethatevenTheodoreC.Sorensen,theWhiteHousecounsel,didnotknowitexisted.(A)ArecordingsystemwassosecretlyinstalledandoperatedintheKennedyOvalOfficethat(B)SosecretwasarecordingsysteminstallationandoperationintheKennedyOvalOffice(C)ItwassosecretthatarecordingsystemwasinstalledandoperatedintheKennedyOvalOffice(D)ArecordingsystemthatwassosecretlyinstalledandoperatedintheKennedyOvalOffice(E)InstalledandoperatedsosecretlyintheKennedyOvalOfficewasarecordingsystemthat27.AreportbytheAmericanAcademyfortheAdvancementofSciencehasconcludedthatmuchofthecurrentlyuncontrolleddioxinstowhichNorthAmericansareexposedcomesfromtheincinerationofwastes.(A)muchofthecurrentlyuncontrolleddioxinstowhichNorthAmericansareexposedcomes(B)muchofthecurrentlyuncontrolleddioxinsthatNorthAmericansareexposedtocome(C)muchofthedioxinsthatarecurrentlyuncontrolledandthatNorthAmericansareexposedtocomes(D)manyofthedioxinsthatarecurrentlyuncontrolledandNorthAmericansareexposedtocome(E)manyofthecurrentlyuncontrolleddioxinstowhichNorthAmericansareexposedcome28.ArepresentativeoftheWomen’sBureauoftheUnitedStatesDepartmentofLaborcontendsthatemployerswhoofferbenefitswhichpermitthatemployeescanbalancehomeandworkresponsibilitiesbetter,realizinggainsinattendance,recruiting,andretention.(A)whichpermitthatemployeescanbalancehomeandworkresponsibilitiesbetter,realizing(B)whichpermitemployeesbalancinghomeandworkresponsibilitiesbetterwillrealize(C)thatpermitemployeestobalancetheresponsibilitiesofhomeandworkbetterwillrealize(D)thatpermitemployeesabetterbalancebetweentheresponsibilitiesofhomeandwork,thusrealizing(E)suchthatemployeesarepermittedabalancebetweenhomeandworkresponsibilities,andtheywillrealize29.Ashy,religious-mindedpublisherwhohadmarriedaduke’sdaughter,HaroldMacmillan’srisetothepositionofPrimeMinisterin1957surprisedmany,thoughChurchillhadsincethe1930sbeenextollingMacmillan’scourage.(A)HaroldMacmillan’srisetothepositionofPrimeMinisterin1957surprisedmany(B)HaroldMacmillan’srisein1957tothepositionofPrimeMinistersurprisedmany(C)HaroldMacmillan’sbecomingPrimeMinisterin1957surprisedmany(D)HaroldMacmillansurprisedmanybyrisingtothepositionofPrimeMinisterin1957(E)thepositionofPrimeMinisterattainedbyHaroldMacmillanin1957surprisedmany30.AspecialJapanesegreenteacalledgenmai-chacontainsbrownriceandisconsideredasadelicacyfitforagourmetbymostJapanese,thoughitisvirtuallyunavailableoutsideYokohama.(A)AspecialJapanesegreenteacalledgenmai-chacontainsbrownriceandisconsideredasadelicacyfitforagourmetbymostJapanese,thoughitisvirtuallyunavailableoutsideYokohama.(B)ConsideredtobeadelicacyfitforagourmetbymostJapanese,genmai-chaisaspecialgreenteathatcontainsbrownrice,virtuallyunavailableoutsideYokohama.(C)AspecialJapanesegreenteacalledgenmai-chacontainsbrownriceandisconsideredagourmetdelicacybymostJapanese,thoughitisvirtuallyunavailableoutsideYokohama.(D)MostJapaneseconsidergenmai-cha,aspecialgreenteawhichcontainsbrownrice,asadelicacyvirtuallyunavailableoutsideYokohama.(E)ThoughvirtuallyunavailableoutsideYokohama,mostJapaneseconsidergenmai-cha,aspecialgreenteathatcontainsbrownrice,agourmetdelicacy.31.Astarwillcompressitselfintoawhitedwarf,aneutronstar,orablackholeafteritpassesthrougharedgiantstage,dependingonmass.(A)Astarwillcompressitselfintoawhitedwarf,aneutronstar,orablackholeafteritpassesthrougharedgiantstage,dependingonmass.(B)Afterpassingthrougharedgiantstage,dependingonitsmass,astarwillcompressitselfintoawhitedwarf,aneutronstar,orablackhole.(C)Afterpassingthrougharedgiantstage,astar’smasswilldetermineifitcompressesitselfintoawhitedwarf,aneutronstar,orablackhole.(D)Massdetermineswhetherastar,afterpassingthroughtheredgiantstage,willcompressitselfintoawhitedwarf,aneutronstar,orablackhole.(E)Themassofastar,afterpassingthroughtheredgiantstage,willdeterminewhetheritcompressesitselfintoawhitedwarf,aneutronstar,orablackhole.

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