SAT语法练习题及答案:句子改错题【7】!SAT语法题中包括改进句子、句子改错和改进段落,大多考生以知识点为基础,结合练习掌握考试内容及答题技巧。下面智课网为大家整理了SAT语法句子改错练习题,希望帮助大家进行有效练习。

  1.A(It weaves) across a strip of tropical land B(where) the Isthmus of Panama C(narrows) in the shape of a long flattened letter S, the Panama Canal D(links the Atlantic and) Pacific Oceans. E(No error)

  Answer Choices

  (A) A

  (B) B

  (C) C

  (D) D

  (E) E

  2.Farmers a(who grow) major crops such as corn, rice and wheat, b(aware) that new developments in agricultural production can result in millions of dollars in additional revenue, c(switching to) newer, d more efficient technologies. e(No error)

  Answer Choices

  (A) A

  (B) B

  (C) C

  (D) D

  (E) E

  3.A(The origin) of amusement parks lie in ancient and medieval religious festivals and trade fairs, B(where) merchants, entertainers, and food sellers C(gathered) D(in order to) take advantage of the large crowds. E(No error)

  Answer Choices

  (A) A

  (B) B

  (C) C

  (D) D

  (E) E

  4.a (Whereas) the caterpillars of most butterflies b (are harmless), moth caterpillars cause c (an enormous amount of) damage d (on) plants, forest and shade trees, clothing, and household goods. e (No error)

  Answer Choices

  (A) A

  (B) B

  (C) C

  (D) D

  (E) E

  Explanation

  1.The correct answer is A

  The error in this sentence occurs at (A), where a comma splice is created. To fix the comma splice, “It weaves” should be changed to “Weaving.”

  2.The correct answer is C

  The error in this sentence occurs at C. The participle “switching” cannot function as the main verb of the sentence and should be replaced by the present tense verb phrase “are switching.”

  3.The correct answer is A

  The error in this sentence occurs at (A), where there is subject-verb disagreement. To agree with the plural verb “lie,” the singular “origin” must be changed to the plural “origins.”

  4.The correct answer is D

  The error in this sentence occurs at (D), where there is an improper idiom. Caterpillars (or anything else) can cause damage to something, but they cannot cause damage on something.

  Choose the word or set of words that, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

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