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摘要:05年06月份GRE考试填空真题汇总 TOPIC In our time ,specialists of all kinds are highly over-rated. We need more generalists_people who can provide broad perspectives. 下面是ETS BENCHMARK 5和READER COMMENT中的认为有错的部分

05年06月份GRE考试填空真题汇总
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"In our time ,specialists of all kinds are highly over-rated. We need more generalists_people who can provide broad perspectives." 
下面是ETS BENCHMARK 5和READER COMMENT中的认为有错的部分句子
1、原句:when a sickness progresses or becomes diagnosed as a disease that requires more care than a family doctor can procide ,he may be referred to a specialist. 
ETS COMMENT: the lack of a pronoun referent 
我的修改:这一句本人不懂,恳请指教。不知道代词缺在哪里?
2、原句:someone who knows how iit begins ,progresses,and specified treatments. 
ETS COMMENT:an error in parrel structure 
我的修改:someone who knows how it begins ,progresses ,ang gets specified treatments. 
3、原句:Generalized teachers are required to begin molding students at a very early age so they can get ready for the future ahead of them in gaining more facts about the basic subjects and finding out new facts on the old ones. 
ETS COMMENT:loose syntax and imprecise language 
我的修改:Generalized teachers are required to begin molding students at a very early age and induct themsintosmore facts about the basic subjects, based on which,the students can find out new facts and get ready for the future before them . 
我想我们要得高分,首先得分析ETS的范文极其点评,看看ets的观点是什么,在乎什么。


GRE试题:GRE北美试题17

     No.4-1  SECTION 2

     1. Hydrogen is the ----element of the universe in that it provides the building blocks from which the other elements are produced.

    (A) steadiest   (B) expendable   (C) lightest

    (D) final    (E) fundamental

    2. Few of us take the pains to study our cherished convictions; indeed, we almost have a natural--- -doing so.

    (A) aptitude for   (B) repugnance to

    (C) interest in  (D) ignorance of

    (E) reaction after

    3. It is his dubious distinction to have proved what nobody would think of denying, that Romero at the age of sixty-four writes with all the characteristics of----.

    (A) maturity    (B) fiction (C) inventiveness

    (D) art   (E) brilliance

    4. The primary criterion for----a school is its recent performance: critics are----to extend credit for earlier victories.

    (A) evaluating .. prone

    (B) investigating .. hesitant

    (C) judging .. reluctant

    (D) improving .. eager

    (E) administering .. persuaded

    5. Number theory is rich in problems of an especially----sort: they are tantalizingly simple to state but----difficult to solve.

    (A) cryptic.. deceptively

    (B) spurious.. equally

    (C) abstruse.. ostensibly

    (D) elegant.. rarely

    (E) vexing ..notoriously

    6. In failing to see that the justice's pronouncement merely----previous decisions rather than actually establishing a precedent, the novice law clerk----the scope of the justice's judgment.

    (A) synthesized.. limited

    (B) overturned.. misunderstood

    (C) endorsed.. nullified

    (D) qualified.. overemphasized

    (E) recapitulated.. defined
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    No-4-2  SECTION 1

    1. Physicists rejected the innovative experimental technique because, although it----some problems, it also produced new----.

    (A) clarified.. data

    (B) eased.. interpretations

    (C) resolved.. complications

    (D) caused.. hypotheses

    (E) revealed.. inconsistencies

    2. During a period of protracted illness, the sick can become infirm, ----both the strength to work and many of the specific skills they once possessed.

    (A) regaining (B) denying (C) pursuing

    (D) insuring  (E) losing

    3. The pressure of population on available resources is the key to understanding history; consequently, any historical writing that takes no cognizance of----facts is----flawed.

    (A) demographic.. intrinsically

    (B) ecological.. marginally

    (C) cultural.. substantively

    (D) psychological.. philosophically

    (E) political.. demonstratively

    4. It is puzzling to observe that Jones's novel has recently been criticized for its----structure, since commentators have traditionally argued that its most obvious----is its relentlessly rigid, indeed schematic, framework.

    (A) attention to.. preoccupation

    (B) speculation about.. characteristic

    (C) parody of.. disparity

    (D) violation of.. contradiction

    (E) lack of.. flaw

    5. It comes as no surprise that societies have codes of behavior; the character of the codes, on the other hand, can often be----.

    (A) predictable (B) unexpected

    (C) admirable  (D) explicit (E) confusing

    6. The characterization of historical analysis as a form of fiction is not likely to be received---- by either historians or literary critics, who agree that history and fiction deal with----orders of experience.

    (A) quietly.. significant

    (B) enthusiastically.. shifting

    (C) passively.. unusual

    (D) sympathetically.. distinct

    (E) contentiously.. realistic
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    No.4-3  SECTION 1

    1. Her----should not be confused with miserli- ness; as long as I have known her, she has always been willing to assist those who are in need.

    (A) intemperance  (B) intolerance

    (C) apprehension  (D) diffidence

    (E) frugality

    2. Natural selection tends to eliminate genes that cause inherited diseases, acting most strongly against the most severe diseases; consequently, hereditary diseases that are----would be expected to be very----, but, surprisingly, they are not.

    (A) lethal.. rare (B) untreated.. dangerous

    (C) unusual.. refractory (D)new.. perplexing

    (E) widespread.. acute

    3. Unfortunately, his damaging attacks on the ramifications of the economic policy have been

  ----by his wholehearted acceptance of that

    policy's underlying assumptions.

    (A) supplemented (B) undermined

    (C) wasted   (D) diverted    (E) redeemed

    4. During the opera's most famous aria the tempo chosen by the orchestra's conductor seemed

   ----, without necessary relation to what had

    gone before.

    (A) tedious   (B) melodious (C) capricious

    (D) compelling  (E) cautious

    5. In the machinelike world of classical physics, the human intellect appears----, since the mechanical nature of classical physics does not

  ----creative reasoning, the very ability that

    had made the formulation of classical principles possible.

    (A) anomalous.. allow for

    (B) abstract.. speak to

    (C) anachronistic.. deny

    (D) enduring.. value

    (E) contradictory.. exclude

    6. During the 1960's assessments of the family shifted remarkably, from general endorsement of it as a worthwhile, stable institution to wide- spread----it as an oppressive and bankrupt one whose----was both imminent and welcome.

    (A) flight from.. restitution

    (B) fascination with.. corruption

    (C) rejection of.. vogue

    (D) censure of.. dissolution

    (E) relinquishment of.. ascent



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