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TOEIC备考语法精炼870题及答案(827-869)

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828. Even the best of drivers can have an accident if they are tired and driving conditions are bad.

             A                                      B    C        D

829. "What is the difference?" "This furniture is different from ......................."

(A) that book      (B) yours            (C) that one             (D) that

830. Unlike the budgets of some countries, ..................... focuses chiefly on expenditure.

(A) that of the United States             (C) those of the United States

(B) which the United States              (D) the United States

831. Every spring trains of covered wagons rolled over the Oregon Trail to the promise of better life across

                   A                              B                                 C      D

the continent.

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832. So when Whitman returned to the Pacific that year, over thousand settlers went with him.

     A                              B               C         D               

833. Because of this great migration, England made an agreement with the United States, and Oregon became

                                               A                B                           

the American territory in 1846.

     C                  D

Answer. 828. (B)  829. (D)  830. (A)  831. (C)  832. (D)  833. (C) 

834. The Canadian National Railway was built ..............................

(A) to link        (B) linked           (C) links              (D) to be linked

835. Desert shrub also have tiny leaves that lost little moisture on a hot day.

             A        B                C        D      

836. If Texas joined in the Union, therefore, Northerners felt that American slavery would be extended.

               A                 B                   C                    D         

837. In famous experiment conducted at the University of Chicago in 1983, rats kept from sleeping died after

              A            B                                                               C 

two and a half weeks.

                    D

838. Driving while tired "is very similar to drive drunk," says Michael Bonnet, director of the sleep laboratory

               A         B                C                                              D

at the Dayton V.A. Medical Center.

                     

839. "Night workers have a hard time not pay attention to the 9-to-5day, because of noises or family

                                       A                                 B       

obligations or that%22s the only time they can go to the dentist," says biologist Kennth Groth, who studies

                                                              C

the circadian clock at Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont, Ill.

                                                  D

Answer. 834. (A)  835. (A)  836. (A)  837. (A)  838. (C)  839. (A) 

 

840. Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong was the most famous jazz musician of the day and won international fame

                                      A                             B                     

both as a trumpet and as a singer.

       C        D

841. Many people sought to break away from rigid, conventional rules and traditions, just as jazz trumpeters

                                 A                                B     

and saxophonist departed from written notes in order to express them.

                          C                                     D

842. Comparative anatomists have been recently shown that man%22s vocal apparatus is in several respect simpler

                                 A                                                B          C

than the great ape%22s.

               D

843. The rocks of the crust are composed mostly of mineral with light elements, like aluminum and sodium,

                                    A             B                                      

while the mantle contains some heavier elements, like iron and magnesium.

      C                                 D

844. A specimen is a single plant, animal, rock, etc, which is an example of a particular species, or type and

         A           B                                                       C           

is examined or analysed by scientist.

                           D

Answer. 840. (D)  841. (D)  842. (B)  843. (B)  844. (D) 

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