SAT语法想要更好的检验自己的复习效果,就进行真题的模拟练习。尤其是到了备考的后期,我们要进行大量真题的练习,这样对于我们的提分是最有帮助的。那么具体的SAT语法考试的真题都有哪些呢?下面小编为大家整理了详细的内容,供大家参考!

  46. A study commissioned by the Department of Agriculture showed that if calves exercise and associated with other calves, they will require less medication and gain weight quicker than do those raised in confinement.

  (A) associated with other calves, they will require less medication and gain weight quicker than do

  (B) associated with other calves, they require less medication and gain weight quicker than

  (C) associate with other calves, they required less medication and will gain weight quicker than do

  (D) associate with other calves, they have required less medication and will gain weight more quickly than do

  (E) associate with other calves, they require less medication and gain weight more quickly than

  47. Displays of the aurora borealis, or "northern lights," can heat the atmosphere over the arctic enough to affect the trajectories of ballistic missiles, induce electric currents that can cause blackouts in some areas

  and corrosion in north-south pipelines.

  (A) to affect the trajectories of ballistic missiles, induce

  (B) that the trajectories of ballistic missiles are affected, induce

  (C) that it affects the trajectories of ballistic missiles, induces

  (D) that the trajectories of ballistic missiles are affected and induces

  (E) to affect the trajectories of ballistic missiles and induce

  48. The golden crab of the Gulf of Mexico has not been fished commercially in great numbers, primarily on account of living at great depths-- 2,500 to 3,000 feet down.

  (A) on account of living

  (B) on account of their living

  (C) because it lives

  (D) because of living

  (E) being they live

  49. The cameras of the Voyager II spacecraft detected six small, previously unseen moons circling Uranus, which doubles to twelve the number of satellites now known as orbiting the distant planet

  (A) which doubles to twelve the number of satellites now known as orbiting

  (B) doubling to twelve the number of satellites now known to orbit

  (C) which doubles to twelve the number of satellites now known in orbit around

  (D) doubling to twelve the number of satellites now known as orbiting

  (E) which doubles to twelve the number of satellites now known that orbit

  50. As a baby emerges from the darkness of the womb with a rudimentary sense of vision, it would be rated about 20/500. or legally blind if it were an adult with such vision.

  (A) As a baby emerges from the darkness of the womb with a rudimentary sense of vision, it would be rated about 20/500, or legally blind if it were an adult with such vision.

  (B) A baby emerges from the darkness of the womb with a rudimentary sense of vision that would be rated

  about 20/500, or legally blind as an adult

  (C) As a baby emerges from the darkness of the womb, its rudimentary sense of vision would be rated about 20/500; qualifying it to be legally blind if an adult

  (D) A baby emerges from the darkness of the womb with a rudimentary sense of vision that would be rated about 20/500; an adult with such vision would be deemed legally blind.

  (E) As a baby emerges from the darkness of the womb, its rudimentary sense of vision, which would deemed legally blind for an adult, would be rated about 20/500.

  Answer to Question 45

  Grammatically, the participial phrase beginning delighted must modify the subject of the main clause. Because it is the manager who was delighted, choice C, in which the company manager appears as the subject, is the best answer. Choices A, B, D, and E create illogical statements by using it, the decision, the staff, and a raise, respectively, as the sentence subject. Use of the passive voice in A, D, and E produces unnecessary wordiness,as does the construction the decision of the company manager was to in B.

  Answer to Question 46

  Choice E, the best answer, uses the adverbial phrase more quickly than to modify the verb phrase gain weight. In A, B, and C, quicker than is incorrect because an adjective should not be used to modify a verb phrase. E is also the only choice with consistent verb tenses. The first verb in the clauses introduced by showed that is exercise. A and B incorrectly compound that present tense verb with a past tense verb, associated. C and D correctly use associate, but C follows with the past tense required and D with the present perfect have required. Both C and D incorrectly conclude with the future tense will gain.

  Answer to Question 47

  The use of the phrasing can heat... enough to affect in A and E is more idiomatic than the use of the subordinate clause beginning with that in B, C, and D. Also, B produces an illogical and ungrammatical statement by making induce parallel with the verb heat rather than with the appropriate form of the verb affect; C lacks agreement in using the singular pronoun it to refer to the plural noun displays; and D is faulty because induces cannot fit grammatically with any noun in the sentence. Choice A incorrectly separates the two infinitives to affect and [to] induce with a comma when it should compound them with and, as does E, the best choice.

  Answer to Question 48

  As used in choices A, B, and D, the phrases on account of and because of are unidiomatic; because, which appears in C and E, is preferable here since because can introduce a complete subordinate clause explaining the reason why the golden crab has not been fished extensively. B and E also produce agreement errors by using the plural pronouns their and they to refer to the singular noun crab. Choice D, like A, fails to provide a noun or pronoun to perform the action of living, but even with its the phrases would be more awkward and less clear than it lives. C, which uses because and it as the singular subject of a clause, is the best choice.

  Answer to Question 49

  The pronoun which should be used to refer to a previously mentioned noun, not to the idea expressed in an entire clause. In A, C, and E, which seems to refer to a vague concept involving the detection of moons, but there is no specific noun, such as detection, to which it can refer. Also in E, the use of the phrasing the number... now known that orbit is ungrammatical and unclear. B and D use the correct participial form, doubling, to modify the preceding clause, but D, like A, uses known as orbiting rather than known to orbit, a phrase that is more idiomatic in context. B, therefore, is the best answer.

  Answer to Question 50

  In choice A, it, the subject of the main clause, seems to refer to baby, the subject of the subordinate clause; thus, A seems to state that the newbom baby, rather than its sense of vision, would be rated 20/500. Similarly, choices B and A, B, and D illogically suggest that the palace and temple clusters were architects and stonemasons. For the modification to be logical. Architects and stonemasons must immediately precede the Maya, the noun phrase it is meant to modify. A, B, and D also use the passive verb form were built, which produces unnecessary awkwardness and wordiness. E is awkwardly phrased and produces a sentence fragment, because the appositive noun phrase Architects and stonemasons cannot serve as the subject of were the Maya. C, the best answer, places the Maya immediately after its modifier and uses the active verb form built.

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