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GMAT (graduate Management Admission Test) sc (sentence correction)は、より良い英文 (Standard American English)を、体感で会得するすることができる格好の練習教材。GMAT受験生はもちろん、英文に興味のあるどなたでも挑戦歓迎。高校大学受験レベルの基礎英語力があれば十分。難しいと思う方にとっては、限りなく難しく、大丈夫こなせるという鯔背な信念を持つ方にとっては、奥深く興味尽きることのない教材、それがGMAT scです。
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英文の一部ないし全体に下線があります。文法、用法、様式、簡潔性、明確性、論理整合性等の観点より、下線(括弧)に入る最適のものを、AEから選んでください。なお、Aは下線と同様です。参考:The Elements of Style (解法に必要なほぼすべての鍵は、この1918年発行の小冊子にあります。大切なのは、その適用力です)

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Directions:  Choose the best way to express the part in the bracket. (A is the same as the one in the bracket)

Gsc1-15 ■ 181112mon(one, a week!)

A summary of both the Uniform Crime Reports of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the victimization reports for the last decade [show that while the number of] police reports of serious crime has risen steadily, the number of victims of crime remains about the same.

 

(A) show that while the number of

 

(B) show while

 

(C) shows that while

 

(D) shows while the number of

 

(E) shows that while the number of

Gsc1-14 181105mon (one, a week!)

The tissues of the human body are constantly moistened by a briny solution thought [to be of about the same salinity as the primordial sea from which] life emerged.

 

(A) to be of about the same salinity as the primordial sea from which

 

(B) of as about the same salinity like the primordial sea out of which

 

(C) to be about the same salinity as the primordial sea from where

 

(D) of as about the same salinity as the primordial sea from where

 

(E) to be of about the same salinity like the primordial sea from which

Gsc1-13■181029mon■(one, a week!)

[Etruscan women did not take their husband's name, as Roman women did], but retained her own through life.

 

(A) Etruscan women did not take their husband's name, as Roman women did

 

(B) Etruscan women did not take their husbands' names, as Roman women did

 

(C) Etruscan women did not take a husband's name, as did a Roman woman

 

(D) Unlike a Roman woman, an Etruscan woman did not take her husband's name

 

(E) Unlike Roman women, Etruscan women did not take their husbands' names

Gsc1-11■181022mon■(one, a week!)

The newspaper story accurately recounted the history of the colonial [mansion, that it contained thirteen rooms, and that it had a reputation for being a haunted house].

 

(A) mansion, that it contained thirteen rooms, and that it had a reputation for being a haunted house

 

(B) mansion, that it contained thirteen rooms, and that it had a reputation of being haunted

 

(C) mansion, that the mansion contained thirteen rooms, and said that it had a reputation for being haunted

 

(D) mansion, said that it contained thirteen rooms and had a reputation for being a haunted house

 

(E) mansion and said that the mansion contained thirteen rooms and had the reputation of being haunted


Gsc1-10■181015mon■(one, a week!)

[ Although the Arabs in Israel are allowed to vote in Israeli elections, only about ten percent do so ].

 

(A) Although the Arabs in Israel are allowed to vote in Israeli elections, only about ten percent do so.

 

(B) Although it is allowed, only about ten percent of the Arabs in Israel vote in Israeli elections.

 

(C) Even though they are allowed to do it, only about ten percent of the Arabs in Israel vote in Israeli elections.

 

(D) Only about ten percent of the Arabs in Israel vote in Israeli elections, despite being allowed to.

 

(E) Only about ten percent of the Arabs in Israel vote in Israeli elections, in spite of their being allowed to do so.

 

Gsc1-08■181008mon(one, a week!)

Since the 1940's the farms and ranches of the Great Plains have been supplied with water from the Ogallala aquifer; this underground reservoir contained an estimated quadrillion gallons of water, [which equal Lake Huron], but now reserves are becoming depleted.

 

(A) which equal Lake Huron

 

(B) which equal Lake Huron's

 

(C) equal to Lake Huron's

 

(D) the equivalent of Lake Huron's

 

(E) the equivalent of Lake Huron

Gsc1-07■181002tue■(one, a week!)

When doctors attempt to diagnose an illness, they look for ways in which the patient's symptoms resemble those of one disease and are different than those of another.

 

(A) and are different than those of another

 

(B) and differs from others

 

(C) and differ from those of others

 

(D) but are different than that of the other

 

(E) but are different from those of the others

Gsc1-06(one, a week!)■180926wed■

The price of rice, which was fourteen dollars a hundredweight in 1981, will plunge, so it is expected, to a mere seven or eight dollars this year.

 

(A) will plunge, so it is expected, to a mere

 

(B) will plunge, so the expectation is, to merely

 

(C) is to plunge, as expected, to merely

 

(D) is to plunge, as is expected, to a mere

 

(E) is expected to plunge to a mere

Gsc1-05 180918tue  (one, a week!)

Because timbers of ships were once used to make local houses, [you are able to still smell the tar of an old ship when one enters] a building along an estuary.

 

(A) you are able to still smell the tar of an old ship when one enters

 

(B) you can still smell the tar of an old ship when you enter

 

(C) one can still smell the tar of an old ship when you enter

 

(D) a person can still smell the tar of an old ship when they enter

 

(E) people are able to still smell the tar of an old ship when they are entering

Gsc1-04 180911tue  (one, a week!)

[The economic problem Puerto Rico has is, properly characterized, a surplus of labor, not overpopulation, and it only was] aggravated when the massive influx of capital that took place under Operation Bootstrap resulted in a notable decline in the demand for labor.

 

(A) The economic problem Puerto Rico has is, properly characterized, a surplus of labor, not overpopulation, and it only was

 

(B) Properly characterized, the economic problem Peen Rico has is a surplus of labor, not overpopulation, and it only was

 

(C) The economic problem of Puerto Rico is properly characterized not as overpopulation but as a surplus of labor, which was only

 

(D) The economic problem of Puerto Rico is, properly characterized, a surplus of labor, not overpopulation, which only was

 

(E) Puerto Rico has, properly characterized, the economic problem of a surplus of labor, not overpopulation, and it was only

Gsc1-03 180904tue (one, a week!)

Mary Allenbee's lawyer decided that the names of those who received her large political contributions not to be revealed to the congressional investigators.

 

(A) the names of those who received her large political contributions not to be revealed

(B) the names of the recipients of her large political contributions would not be revealed

(C) the names of those who had received her large political contributions was not to be revealed

(D) there would be no revelation of the names of those recipients of her large political contributions

(E) the names of those who had received her large political contributions was not going to be revealed

Gsc1-02 180624mon

The papers in the National Archives recounting the experiences of some 200,000 Black men who joined the Union forces during the Civil War have been prepared [to be published by] the historian Ira Berlin.

 

(A) to be published by

(B) for publication by

(C) for publishing by

(D) as the publication of

(E) for the publication by
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Gsc1-01 180618

Real family income excluding the effects of inflation, [has rapidly risen from 1960 up to 1970 but virtually does not change from 1970 up] to 1980.

 

(A) has rapidly risen from 1960 up to 1970 but virtually does not change from 1970 up

(B) arose with rapidity from 1960 up to 1970 and was virtually unchanged from 1970 up

(C) rose with rapidity from 1960 to 1970 and virtually is unchangeable from 1970

(D) rose rapidly from 1960 to 1970 but was virtually unchanged from 1970

(E) rapidly rises from 1960 to 1970 and virtually is unchangeable from 1970

 問題 GMATscn06 180611mon

The architectural problem of how to enclose and articulate interior space becomes  more and more critical as the size of the space will increase.

(A) more and more critical as the size of the space will increase

(B) increasingly critical as the size of the space gets larger

(C) ever more critical as the size of the space increases

(D) one that is increasingly critical as there is an increase in

the size of the space

(E) more critical with the size of the space getting larger

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 問題 GMATscn05 180606

 If a nuclear weapon were to be detonated above the atmosphere, it would not generate a blast, shock, or heat, but rather an intense electromagnetic pulse disrupting, like a lightning bolt, all unshielded electric lines and electronic equipment.

(A) If a nuclear weapon were to be detonated above the atmosphere, it would not generate a blast, shock, or heat, but rather

(B) If a nuclear weapon were to be detonated above the atmosphere, it would generate not a blast, shock, nor heat, but

(C) A nuclear weapon detonated above the atmosphere would generate no blast, shock, or heat, but rather

(D) A nuclear weapon detonated above the atmosphere would not generate a blast, shock, or heat, but rather

(E) A nuclear weapon detonated above the atmosphere would not generate a blast, shock, nor heat, but


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問題 GMATscn04 180531

Income tax indexing is intended to eliminate constantly increasing taxes that result because of inflation pushing individuals into higher tax brackets.

(A) constantly increasing taxes that result because of inflation pushing individuals

(B) constant tax increase because inflation pushes individuals

(C) constantly increasing taxes because individuals are pushed by inflation

(D) constant tax increase that results as inflation pushes individuals

(E) constant tax increase as a result of individuals being pushed by inflation

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問題 GMATscn03 180518

The pattern of economic crisis in the developing countries is ominously familiar to the occurrences in the industrial countries in the Great Depression.

(A) familiar to the occurrences

(B) reminiscent of what happened

(C) familiar to what happened

(D) similar with the occurrences

(E) reminiscent to what happened


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GMATscn01 180511

Einstein's theory of relativity holds that the gravity of a massive body deflects nearby light rays, observable when a star appears to undergo a shift in position while its light passes near the Sun.

(A) observable when a star appears to undergo a shift in position while

(B) which can be observed when a star appears to shift its position during the time

(C) an observable effect as a star appears to shift position when

(D) an effect observed as the appearance of a shift in the position of a star while

(E) an effect that can be observed when a star appears to shift position as



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