SAT语法练习题及答案:句子改错题【10】!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.Althea Gibson, the first African American tennis player to be recognized as a world champion,beginning to play amateur tennis in the 1940s.

  (A) beginning to play

  (B) began playing

  (C) and she began playing

  (D) she began to play

  (E) she had begun playing

  2.In just a couple of years, low-carbohydrate diets have accomplished what the government has failed to do in decades of trying: it has convinced the public of refined grains, that they are bad and whole grains are good.

  (A) it has convinced the public of refined grains, that they

  (B) convincing the public about refined grains, which

  (C) convince the public that refined grains

  (D) convinces the public of refined grains, they

  (E) convincing the public that refined grains

  3.New analyses of a fossil suggest winged insects having possibly emerged as early as 400 million years ago.

  (A) suggest winged insects having possibly

  (B) suggest that winged insects may have

  (C) suggesting that winged insects, they may have

  (D) that suggests winged insects as having possibly

  (E) that suggest winged insects to have possibly

  4.Although biologists have made tremendous progress in mapping the human genome, the genetic roots of most common diseases remained largely elusive.

  (A) remained

  (B) had remained

  (C) remain

  (D) are remaining

  (E) remains

  Explanation

  1.The correct answer is B

  Choice (B) is correct. It avoids the sentence fragment error of the original by providing a main verb (“began”) for the subject of the sentence, “Althea Gibson.”

  2.The correct answer is C

  Choice (C) is correct. It avoids the awkwardness and wordiness of the original by clearly and concisely stating what the government has failed to do—it has failed to “convince the public that refined grains are bad and whole grains are good.”

  3.The correct answer is B

  Choice (B) is correct. It avoids the error of the original by replacing the awkward and wordy “suggest winged insects having possibly” with the more precise and idiomatic “suggest that winged insects may have.”

  4.The correct answer is C

  Choice (C) is correct. It avoids the verb tense error of the original. The past tense verb “remained” is not consistent with the present perfect tense verb “have made” and should be changed to the present tense verb “remain.”

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