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  • SAT试题(一)
  • SAT试题(二)
  • SAT试题(三)
  • SAT试题(一)

     

    SAT试题(一)

    Reading: Reading Comprehension Practice Test for the SAT® exam

     

    一、In this passage, the author seems to favor ____.

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    Reading Material

    (1) In the interest of promoting the future academic success of their offspring, many modern parents access commercial learning programs. (2) Beginning as early as infancy, these programs actually teach beginning reading skills, such as letter and word identification. (3) As a result, parents and infants maybe observed spending an inordinate amount of time in front of printed matter. (4) While longitudinal data on the effects of these practices is still inconclusive, one has to wonder if the time spent on such academic pursuits usurps the power of traditional parent-infant bonding experiences. (5) We do know that infants are innately drawn to focus their eyes on a human face and that much visual acuity is developed during such viewing. (6) Well-documented research also shows us that children from language-rich environments develop enhanced language abilities and that language use is a precursor to later reading ability. (7) The question remains, then, is the time spent on early academic “lessons” worth the sacrifice of typical parent-child interaction?

    1.

    early reading programs for infants

    2.

    thought about the value of early academic programs

    3.

    developing visual acuity first

    4.

    parents who spend time with their children

     

    二、As used in line 4, “usurps” most nearly means _____.

    1.

    forces

    2.

    controls

    3.

    kills

    4.

    seizes

     

    三、 According to the information given, the relationship between the two children in this passage could best be described as _____.

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    THERE was once a child, and he strolled about a good deal, and thought of a number of things. He had a sister, who was a child, too, and his constant companion. These two used to wonder all day long.(5) They wondered at the beauty of the flowers; they wondered at the height and blueness of the sky; they wondered at the depth of the bright water; hey wondered at the goodness and the power of God who made the lovely world.(10) They used to say to one another sometimes, Supposing all the children upon earth were to die, would the flowers, and the water, and the sky be sorry? They believed they would be sorry. For, said they, the buds are the children of the flowers, and(15) the little playful streams that gambol down the hillsides are the children of the water; and the smallest bright specks playing at hide-and-seek in the sky all night, must surely be the children of the stars; and they would all be grieved to see their(20) playmates, the children of men, no more. There was one clear shining star that used to come out in the sky before the rest, near the church spire, above the graves. It was larger and more beautiful, they thought, than all others, and every night they(25) watched for it, standing hand in hand at the window. Whoever saw it first, cried out, “I see the star!” And often they cried out both together, knowing so well when it would rise, and where. So they grew to be such friends with it, that before(30) lying down in their beds, they always looked out once again, to bid it good night; and when they were turning around to sleep, they used to say, “God bless the star!”

    1.

    antagonistic

    2.

    familial

    3.

    collegial

    4.

    adventurous

     

    四、 The author used many details in this passage to illustrate the fact that:

    1.

    the children live in the city

    2.

    the children’s relationship is a close one

    3.

    the brother is older than the sister

    4.

    the children are sad

     

     

    五、From statements made in the passage, the reader can assume that:

    1.

    the children are under age ten

    2.

    the boy likes other children

    3.

    the children view the stars often

    4.

    the children have had lessons in astronomy

     

    六、The information given in lines 32 to 36 suggests that the main character:

    The information given in lines 32 to 36 suggests that the main character:

    When his time was up, he wandered again about Paris, with the eye of the police on him, much like the cockchafers that cruel children keep flying tied to a string. He had become one of those fugitive and(5) timid beings whom the law, with a coquetry of its own, arrests and releases, turn and turn about, a little like those platonic fishermen who throw back into the water the fish just out of the net so as not to empty the pond. Without his suspecting that so(10) much honor was done to so feeble a personality, he had a special docket in the mysterious archives of police headquarters; his name and surnames were written in a large backhand on the gray paper of the cover, and the(15) notes and reports, are fully classified, gave him these graduated appellations: “the man name deturc,” “the accused Leturc,” and finally, “the convicted Leturc.”He stayed out of prison two years, eating as best he(20) could, sleeping in lodging houses, or sometimes in kilns, and taking part with his fellows in endless games of pitch and toss, on the Boulevards, out near the gates. He wore a greasy cap on the back of his head, carpet slippers, and a(25) short white blouse. When he had five sous, he had his hair curled. He danced at Constant’s at Montparnasse; for two sous he bought the knave of hearts or the ace of spades, used as return checks, to sell them again for four sous at the entrance to(30) Bobino; he opened carriage doors when the chance came; he led broken-down horses to the market. He always had bad luck,—in the conscription he drew a good number. Who knows whether the atmosphere of honor which is breathed(35) in the barracks, whether military discipline, might not have saved him? Caught in a haul, with a lot of vagabonds who used to rob the drunk ards asleep in the streets, he denied energetically having taken part in their expeditions. Perhaps it was true.(40) But his antecedents were accepted as proof, and he was sent up for three years to Poissy. There he had to make rough toys; he had himself tattooedon the chest; and he learned thieves’ slang and the penal code. Another release, another plunge into the(45)Parisian sewer, but this time very short, for at the end of scarce six weeks, he was again compromised in a theft by night, aggravated by violence, a doubtful case in which he played an obscure part, half dupe and half receiver. At the end(50) his complicity seemed evident, and he was condemned to five years’ hard labor. His sorrow in this adventure was to be separated from an old dog that he had picked up on a pile of rubbish and cured of the mange. This beast loved him.

    1.

    had mostly good luck on the streets

    2.

    might have benefited from military service

    3.

    served in the army before he got in trouble

    4.

    valued military service above all else

     

    七、The word “appellations” in line 16 most nearly means _____.

    1.

    certificates

    2.

    records

    3.

    names

    4.

    diplomas

     

     

    八、From lines 27 to 32 in this passage, it may be assumed that the main character was:

    1.

    not very popular on the streets

    2.

    not very good with money

    3.

    a successful gambler

    4.

    adept at finding ways to make money

     

    九、In lines 44 through 54, it is apparent that the main character:

    1.

    has not known much love in his lifetime

    2.

    is a good judge of character

    3.

    will learn a lesson from this incarceration

    4.

    manages to stay out of jail for long periods

     

    十、 The author uses lines 41–44 to tell about this character’s _____.

    1.

    attempts to “fit in” while in prison

    2.

    familiarity with other thieves

    3.

    talent with his hands

    4.

    love of playing with toys

     

     

    十一、According to lines 22–25 in the passage, which of the following would rats probably like best?

    Having a rat for a pet has become quite common around the world. Contrary to some popular opinion, domesticated rats are clean and can be quite personable. They also require very little space(5) and care. The domesticated rat is a different breed from the wild rat often associated with sewers and other filthy places. Pet rats like to keep themselves and their habitat very clean. They are also not carriers of(10) disease that is transmittable to humans. Unlike most hamsters and gerbils, most rats are eager to interact with humans. They love to ride around on a human shoulder and investigate pockets. Rats can also learn to come to their names(15) or a familiar sound, like the opening of a treat container. Rats sleep during the day, for the most part. This makes them a great pet for someone who works all day. Your pet rats would love a little “out time” (20) with you, during the evening, when they are wide-awake. Otherwise, toys in their cages and a running wheel will entertain rats for hours. Be sure to have something for them to chew on as their teeth will continue to grow constantly if not trimmed by(25) gnawing. So, if you want a friendly, clean, and easy-to-care for pet, a rat might just be your best choice

    1.

    someone to play with them during the day

    2.

    a little pool in which to swim

    3.

    soft, mushy treats

    4.

    a piece of wood on which to gnaw

     

     

    十二、In its entirety, this passage could be described as _____.

    1.

    a promotion of rats as pets

    2.

    the description of a proper rat habitat

    3.

    details of pet rat care

    4.

    a history of the rat as a pet

     

     

    十三、The word “carriers,” as used in line 9, is closest in meaning to which of these?

    1.

    phone companies

    2.

    transmitters

    3.

    luggage racks

    4.

    people who move something or somebody

     

     

    十四、According to the passage, which one of the following statements is true?

    Bocce, or Bocce Ball, as it is called in some locales, is a game of skill. It involves accurately tossing wooden balls. The object is to position the team’s balls closest to a smaller white ball, called a (5)pallino. Teams play from opposite ends of a generally smooth court. Bocce can also be played on sandy or grassy surfaces. There are typically one or two players on a team and each team uses four colored(10) balls, which are different colors for each team.

    To begin, one player tosses the pallino, attempting to make it stop within a designated area of play. Following this, players and teams alternate tossing

    their team’s balls, with the team whose closest ball(15) is the furthest from the pallino taking the next turn. The players try to throw the ball as close to the pallino as possible. Winning of the game is accomplished by the team

    who has any of their balls closest to the pallino.(20) That team scores one point for each of their team’s balls that is closer to the pallino than any of the other team’s balls. Teams play until one team has accumulated 13 points. Winning a match requires winning two(25) games out of three.

    1.

    The last player to throw a ball throws the pallino.

    2.

    All of one team’s balls are tossed first, then the other team plays.

    3.

    A bocce player can retrieve a ball that has been thrown and throw it again.

    4.

    At the end of the game, if a red ball is closer than a green ball, the red team wins the game.

     

     

    十五、According to this passage, a good bowler would do all of these things, except:

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    1.

    aim at the bowling pins before rolling the ball

    2.

    be very aware of his/her foot placement before bowling

    3.

    have to think about several things at one time while bowling

    4.

    remember which of the boards at which to aim for particular shots

     

     

    十六、 The word “shot” in line 18 most nearly means _____.

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    1.

    the attempt of a task

    2.

    the aiming of a missile

    3.

    the propelling of an object

    4.

    the discharge of a firearm

     

     

    十七、The part of the passage beginning in line 43 and ending at the end of the passage concerns young Ted’s desire to:

    The clerk of the weather evidently has a regard for young people, and sends sunshine for class days as often as he can. An especially lovely one shone over Plumfield as this interesting anniversary came (5) round, bringing the usual accompaniments of roses, strawberries, white-gowned girls, beaming youths, proud friends, and stately dignitaries full of well-earned satisfaction with the yearly harvest. As Laurence College was a mixed one, the presence of (10) young women as students gave to the occasion a grace and animation entirely wanting where the picturesque half of creation appear merely as spectators. The hands that turned the pages of wise books also possessed the skill to decorate the hall (15) with flowers; eyes tired with study shone with hospitable warmth on the assembling guests; and under the white muslins beat hearts as full of ambition, hope, and courage as those agitating the broadcloth of the ruling sex. (20) College Hill, Parnassus, and old Plum swarmed with cheery faces, as guests, students, and professors hurried to and fro in the pleasant excitement of arriving and receiving. Everyone was welcomed cordially, whether he rolled up in a fine (25) carriage, or trudged afoot to see the good son or daughter come to honour on the happy day that rewarded many a mutual sacrifice. Mr. Laurie and his wife were on the reception committee, and their lovely house was overflowing. Mrs. Meg, with (30) Daisy and Jo as aides, was in demand among the girls, helping on belated toilettes, giving an eye to spreads, and directing the decorations. Mrs. Jo had her hands full as President's lady, and the mother of Ted; for it took all the power and skill of (35) that energetic woman to get her son into his Sunday best. Not that he objected to be well arrayed; far from it; he adored good clothes, and owing to his great height already reveled in a dress-suit, bequeathed (40) him by a dandy friend. The effect was very funny; but he would wear it in spite of the jeers of his mates, and sighed vainly for a beaver, because his stern parent drew the line there. He pleaded that English lads of ten wore them and were 'no end (45) nobby'; but his mother only answered, with a consoling pat of the yellow mane: 'My child, you are absurd enough now; if I let you add a tall hat, Plum field wouldn't hold either of us, such would be the scorn and derision of all (50) beholders. Content yourself with looking like the ghost of a waiter, and don't ask for the most ridiculous head-gear in the known world.'

    1.

    refrain from wearing the suit his mother picked out

    2.

    wear something that did not make him look so tall

    3.

    argue with his mother’s criticism of Ted’s hairstyle

    4.

    wear a tall hat to the ceremony

     

    十八、In the sentence that begins in line 8 with “As…,” the phrase “picturesque half of creation” refers to:

    1.

    wealthy people

    2.

    dignitaries in attendance

    3.

    the students in the ceremony

    4.

    the women students

     

     

    十九、Overall, the best description of the atmosphere at the event described is one of _____.

    1.

    formality and complacency

    2.

    fatigue and relief

    3.

    excitement and anticipation

    4.

    thoughtfulness and regret

     

     

    二十、After reading the passage, the reader can infer that Mrs. Jo’s parenting style is _____.

    1.

    pleasant and aloof

    2.

    firm but laced with humor

    3.

    supportive and lenient

    4.

    loving but condescending

     

    二十一、 In line 8, which of the following does the word “harvest” refer to?

    1.

    the results of the previous growing season

    2.

    vegetables ready to be picked

    3.

    the parents in attendance

    4.

    the year’s graduating class

     

     

     

     

     

  • SAT试题(二)

     

    SAT试题(二)

    Reading: Sentence Completion Practice Test for the SAT® exam

    一、Kelly believed the red bird landing on her teacup to be a ___, a sign that something momentous was about to happen.

    1.

    nuisance

    2.

    threat

    3.

    portent

    4.

    Miracle

     

    二、 Billy played quarterback for his high school football team. He was known for his hard hits, despite his ____ appearance.

    1.

    overweight

    2.

    handsome

    3.

    delicate

    4.

    muscular

     

    三、 Because Annie had lost so much weight, she was able to wear clothes that hadn’t fit her in years. However, since her weight loss was so quick, she had to contend with ___ and dizziness.

    1.

    dancing

    2.

    fatigue

    3.

    euphoria

    4.

    scratching

     

    四、 Caroline adored Randolph and he, in turn, worshiped her. Their ___ and ___ were legendary.

    1.

    love and devotion

    2.

    apathy and disinterest

    3.

    awareness and perception

    4.

    drive and zeal

     

    五、 Alisa was overwhelmed by the loud music at the party and decided to go outside. She was unpleasantly surprised by the effect of the ___ evening air after the ___ air inside.

    1.

    clean … smokey

    2.

    sultry … cool

    3.

    quiet … loud

    4.

    dark … light

     

    六、 Abraham was a great prize fighter. He loved the sound of his ___ hitting the ___ most of all.

    1.

    trainer … ringmaster

    2.

    ringmaster … bell

    3.

    opponent … mat

    4.

    feet … pavement

     

    七、 No matter how many books Caroline read, she couldn’t get enough. Having her vision restored by the experimental surgery had made her __.

    1.

    sensible

    2.

    illiterate

    3.

    insatiable

    4.

    hungry

     

    八、 Wayne was a rap artist. Because he spent nights writing songs and hanging out with his friends, he slept all day. He was always in a fog. Having his days and nights mixed up kept him in a _____.

    1.

    pickle

    2.

    twitter

    3.

    daze

    4.

    whirl

     

    九、 Peter was sent to the principal’s office for his _____ responses to his teacher. His failure to take the class seriously had finally gotten him in trouble.

    1.

    flippant

    2.

    quirky

    3.

    quick

    4.

    thoughtful

     

    十、 Virginia was constantly using _____ to make her points. It drove her friends crazy the way she would say, “Billy is a mighty oak,” or “Amanda is a never-ending fountain.”

    1.

    similes

    2.

    comparisons

    3.

    metaphors

    4.

    jokes

     

    十一、 “Mommy, that dog just smiled at me.” Johnny jumped up and down next to his mother. Of course Elizabeth knew that dogs didn’t really smile, and that her son was just humanizing it. Still, she smiled, enjoying the _____.

    1.

    simile

    2.

    afternoon

    3.

    personification

    4.

    animal

     

    十二、 Mel was a ballroom dance instructor. He was remarkably light on his feet despite his _____ frame.

    1.

    boney

    2.

    excellent

    3.

    heavy

    4.

    delicate

     

    十三、 Like many 7-year-old boys today, Andrew suffers from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). He does not take any medications for it. Despite the difficulties caused by the textbook restlessness and distractibility, Andrew has found some ways to cope and to be _____ during class time.

    1.

    lazier

    2.

    jumpier

    3.

    louder

    4.

    calmer

     

    十四、 Elizabeth is a renowned concert pianist. Although her Mozart and Bach are nearly flawless, her Beethoven is _____.

    1.

    appalling

    2.

    acceptable

    3.

    beautiful

    4.

    technical

     

    十五、 Poncho owned a large company that employed over 500 workers. Despite his success, Poncho was not _____.

    1.

    solvent

    2.

    married

    3.

    revered

    4.

    depressed

     

    十六、 Because Caroline was a gymnast, she was very _____.

    1.

    limber

    2.

    smart

    3.

    friendly

    4.

    unhappy

     

    十七、 Jesse just bought a new tablet computer for college. A better version went on sale for less than his the very next day. Jesse _____ to the store involved.

    1.

    cried

    2.

    complained

    3.

    waited

    4.

    slept

     

    十八、 Tracey sent her computer in to the dealer’s depot to be fixed. Because she forgot and left the micro controller for her mouse in the USB port, and it was not returned with the computer, her mouse is now _____.

    1.

    missing

    2.

    pink

    3.

    expensive

    4.

    useless

     

    十九、 Kenji bought a signed print from his favorite artist. By a stroke of luck, he was able to get the artist to write a note to him as well. But because the personal note written by the artist is on the back of the print, Kenji can’t frame it unless his frame is _____ on both sides.

    1.

    square

    2.

    blue

    3.

    glass

    4.

    closed

     

    二十、 Ryuk Jong Su is a Manwa artist. A Manwa (like Manga) is a graphic novel, like a full length black and white comic. His work is both ___ and ___.

    1.

    bright and colorful

    2.

    dull and boring

    3.

    creative and imaginative

    4.

    terrible and frightful

     

     

     

  • SAT试题(三)

     

    SAT试题(三)

    Writing: Identifying Sentence Errors Practice Test for the SAT® exam

     

    一、Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    There is numerousreasons to be unsure about the structureof the building.

    1.

    no error

    2.

    reasons to be

    3.

    of the building.

    4.

    There is

     

    二、 Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    Infesting the animals one by one, theveterinarian exclaimed thefleas must go.

    1.

    Infesting the animals

    2.

    No error

    3.

    fleas must go

    4.

    veterinarian exclaimed

     

    三、 Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    The company’s board, who are coming in today,is very angry about thepresent financial status of the company.

    1.

    who are coming

    2.

    present financial status of

    3.

    is very angry

    4.

    no error

     

    四、 Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    In the tree was found two bird eggsintact, abandoned by the mother bird, so we carefullycarried them back to our abode.

    1.

    intact, abandoned

    2.

    was found

    3.

    no error

    4.

    carried them

     

    五、 Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    If he would run for the door, he wouldrather it be more openand not shut.

    1.

    no error

    2.

    if he would

    3.

    and not

    4.

    rather it be

     

    六、 Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    The man peered back at him with a dull stare;this was the manwhich had stolen his life away.

    1.

    no error

    2.

    peered back

    3.

    which had

    4.

    this was

     

    七、 Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    "And to who do you belong?” he questioned the dogwhile it gazed haplesslyback at the gaunt man.

    1.

    while it gazed

    2.

    no error

    3.

    “And to who

    4.

    back at the

     

    八、Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    It's not that I don’t like this student and wecannot work together, it’s just they are always getting into my stuff.

    1.

    cannot work together

    2.

    no error

    3.

    they are

    4.

    It’s not that

     

    九、 Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    The jury had deliberated four days,but they stillhad not come forward with a verdict.

    1.

    no error

    2.

    jury had deliberated

    3.

    but they

    4.

    had not

     

    十、 Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    The boys reached the house doorway, but the women were already in thekitchen readying the foodwhile they took off their muddied boots.

    1.

    boys reached

    2.

    while they

    3.

    kitchen readying

    4.

    no error

     

    十一、 Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    “It is not unnecessary tostudy hard on these tests,” he explainedto the class.

    1.

    not unnecessary

    2.

    study hard

    3.

    no error

    4.

    to the class

     

    十二、 Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    He enjoyed the conversation over who was the better quarterback, but he had a hard time following themany conflicting opinions seeminglyspat all at once.

    1.

    spat all at once

    2.

    many conflicting opinions

    3.

    over who was

    4.

    no error

     

    十三、 Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    The mechanics repairing the vehicle’s fuel pumps discoveredthat their quality had diminished some over timebut were not diminished to the point of needing repair.

    1.

    that their

    2.

    repairing

    3.

    no error

    4.

    but were

     

    十四、Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    As he sat on the roadside, the sun’s light slowly creeping further and further away and the shadowsslipping slowly in, he reminisced about the many days he had spent on this sad roadside with no one to comfort him.

    1.

    no one to comfort him

    2.

    slipping slowly in

    3.

    further and further

    4.

    no error

     

    十五、 Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    The recipe called for coarse ground flouras opposed to the typical finely ground flour Ihad been using, which made things very complicated for me.

    1.

    I had been using

    2.

    as opposed to

    3.

    coarse ground

    4.

    no error

     

    十六、 Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    He stepped anxiously into the bustling coffee shop,unnoticed by most because of the incessant humdrum of murmuring voices, clicking keys, clanking dishes, and buzzing blenders.

    1.

    incessant humdrum

    2.

    unnoticed by most

    3.

    no error

    4.

    stepped anxiously

     

    十七、Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    The judges on the panel includes at least two people Ialready know and three withwhom I am acquainted.

    1.

    panel includes

    2.

    no error

    3.

    already know

    4.

    whom

     

    十八、 Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    Construction work can be a dangerous profession,but, despite its danger, it can also be financially rewardingin the right circumstances.

    1.

    in the right

    2.

    but despite

    3.

    can be

    4.

    no error

     

    十九、 Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    “And whom may I say sent me?” theman asked politely, a wry smilepressing the corners of his cheeks.

    1.

    whom may

    2.

    man asked

    3.

    pressing the corners

    4.

    no error

     

    二十、 Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed in order to make the following sentence grammatically correct:

    If one wants to find an answer to problem three,you should first review the concepts presented inlast class's lecture.

    1.

    you should

    2.

    no error

    3.

    wants to find

    4.

    last class’s

     

     

     

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