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GMAT语法句子纠正题练习(93)

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  461.JudgeForerrecognizes thatthe Americanjudicialsystemprovides more safeguards for accused persons thandoes the legal systemof anyother country, but she believes thereis a great disparitybetweenthe systems of justice accorded rich andpoor .

  (A) for accused persons than does thelegalsystemof anyother country

  (B) to accusedpersons as thelegal systemof anycountry

  (C) for accused persons as thelegalsystemof anycountry

  (D) toaccused persons as thelegalsystemof anyothercountry

  (E) for accusedpersons thanthelegalsystemof anycountry

  462.JudgeLois Forer’ s studyasks why do somelitigantshave a preferred status over others in theuse of a public resource, the courts, whichin theoryareavailableto allbut in fact areunequallydistributed among rich andpoor .

  (A) do somelitigants havea preferredstatus over othersin the use of apublic resource, thecourts, which intheoryareavailableto allbut infact are unequallydistributed among

  (B) somelitigantshave a preferred status overothers in theuseof a public resource, thecourts, which intheoryareavailableto allbut infact are unequallydistributed between

  (C) do somelitigantshave a preferred status overanother inthe use of apublic resource, thecourts, in theoryavailableto all butin factare unequally distributed among

  (D) somelitigants havea preferredstatus to another inthe use of a public resource, thecourts, in theoryavailableto all butin factnot equally distributed between

  (E) does one litigant havea preferredstatus over theother inthe use of a public resource, thecourts, in theoryavailableto all butin facttheyarenot equally distributed among

  463.Judicialrules inmanystatesrequire that theidentitiesof allprosecution witnesses are made known to defendants so theycanattempt torebut thetestimony ,but the Constitution explicitlyrequires onlythat thedefendanthave theopportunityto confront anaccuser incourt.

  (A) that theidentities of allprosecutionwitnesses aremadeknown todefendants so theycanattempt torebut

  (B) thatthe identities of all prosecutionwitnesses be madeknown todefendants so that theycan attempt torebut

  (C) thatthe defendants should know the identities of all prosecutionwitnesses so theycanattempta rebuttal of

  (D) the identities of allprosecutionwitnesses should bemadeknown to defendantsso theycan attempt rebutting

  (E) making known to defendants the identities of all prosecutionwitnesses so that theycanattemptto rebut

  464.Just as awriter tryingto understandshtetllifemightread Shalom Aleichemor Isaac Bashevis Singer , in thesame waywriters trying to understandBlacklifein the AmericanSouth mightwelllisten torecords bythe Mississippi Delta bluesmanCharliePatton.

  (A) inthe samewaywriters tryingto understandBlack life inthe AmericanSouth mightwell listen torecords

  (B) in thesame waywriters who tryandunderstand Blacklifein the American South mightwell listen torecord

  (C) so awriter tryingto understandblacklifein the AmericanSouth might well listento records

  (D) so do writers tryand understand Black life inthe AmericanSouthand might well listen toa record

  (E) thenwriters tryingto understand Black life inthe AmericanSouthcould well listento records

  465.Just as plant species nativeto regions withbrowsing mammalsevolvedmany naturalanti-browser defenses(such as sharp spines and toxic chemicals), so humans in malarial regions have evolved dozens of chemical defenses against malaria.

  (A) so humans inmalarialregions haveevolved dozensof chemicaldefenses againstmalaria

  (B) humans in malarial regions have beenevolvingdozens of chemicaldefenses againstmalaria

  (C) therehas been, in malarial regions, an evolution of dozens of humanchemical defenses againstmalaria

  (D) dozensof chemicaldefenses againstmalaria havebeen evolved byhumans in malarialregions

  (E) similarly ,in malarial regions,humans have evolved dozens of chemical defenses againstmalaria

   

    

  

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