英语专业四级历年语法试题总汇(38800字)

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英语专业四级历年语法试题

一、 虚拟语气部分

1. If you _____ in such a hurry, you _____ sugar into the sauce instead of salt. (TEM4-1992-50)

A. were not, would not put B. were, would put

C. had been, would have put D. had not been, would not have put

2. _____ their help, we would not have succeeded. (TEM4-1992-55)

A. Hadn’t been for B. Had not it been for

C. It hadn’t been for D. Had it not been for

3. She asked that she _____ allowed to see her son in police custody. (TEM4-1993-50)

A. would be B. could be C. be D. was

4. _____ your timely advice, I would never have known how to go about the work. (TEM4-1994-53)

A. Unless B. But for C. Except for D. Not for

5. It was recommended that passengers _____ smoke during the flight. (TEM4-1994-58)

A. not B. need not C. could not D. would not

6. _____ you were busy, I wouldn’t have bothered you with questions. (TEM4-1994-62)

A. If I realized B. Had I realized C. I realized D. As I realized

7. _____, he would not have recovered so quickly. (TEM4-1995-65)

A. Hadn’t he been taken good care of B. Had he not been taken good care of

C. Had not he been taken good care of D. Had he been not taken good care of

8. I _____ the party much more if there hadn’t been quite such a crowd of people there. (TEM4-1996-43)

A. would enjoy B. will have enjoyed

C. could have enjoyed D. will be enjoying

9. He left orders that nothing _____ touched until the police arrived there. (TEM4-1997-43)

A. should be B. ought to be C. must be D. would be

10. I was to have made a speech if _____. (TEM4-1997-51)

A. I was not called away B. nobody would have called me away

C. I had not been called away D. nobody called me away

11. If your car _____ any attention during the first 12 months, take it to authorized dealer. (TEM4-1998-43)

A. shall need B. should need C. would need D. will need

12. If you have really been studying English for so long, it’s about time you _____ able to write letters in English. (TEM4-1999-49)

A. should be B. were C. must be D. are

13. All of us would have enjoyed the party much more if there _____ quite such a crowd of people there. (TEM4-2000-49)

A. weren’t B. hasn’t been C. hadn’t been D. will need

14. _____ for the fact that she broke her leg, she might have passed the exam. (TEM4-2002-50)

A. Had it not been B. Hadn’t it been C. Was it not D. Were it not

15. ―What courses are you going to do next semester?‖

―I don’t know. But it’s about time _____ on something.‖ (TEM4-2002-51)

A. I’d decide B. I decided C. I decide D. I’m deciding

16. _____ if I had arrived yesterday without letting you know beforehand? (TEM4-2004-44)

A. Would you be surprised B. Were you surprised

C. Had you been surprised D. Would you have been surprised

17. It is imperative that students _____ their term papers on time. (TEM4-2004-46)

A. hand in B. would hand in C. have to hand in D. handed in

18. If you explained the situation to your solicitor, he _____ able to advise you much better than I can. (TEM4-2005-51)

A. would be B. will have been C. was D. were

19. If only I _____ play the guitar as well as you! (TEM4-2006-52)

A. would B. could C. should D. might

20. It’s high time we _____ cutting down the rainforests. (TEM4-2006-54)

A. stopped B. had to stop C. shall stop D. stop

21. It is imperative that the government _____ more investment into the shipbuilding industry. (TEM4-2006-59)

A. attracts B. shall attract C. attract D. has to

22. If only the patient _____ a different treatment instead of using the antibiotics, he might still be alive now. (TEM4-2007-54)

A. had received B. received C. should receive D. were receiving

23. It is absolutely essential that William _____ his study in spite of some learning difficulties. (TEM4-2007-65)

A. will continue B. continued C. continue D. continues

24. If there were no subjunctive mood, English _____ much easier to learn. (TEM4-2009-52)

A. could have been B. would be C. will be D. would have been

二、 非谓语动词部分

1. The compositions contained so few errors that the teacher got the students _____ one another’s papers. (TEM4-1992-58)

A. correct B. to correct C. correcting D. to be correcting

2. I don’t like _____ bills but when I do get them I like _____ them promptly. (TEM4-1992-60)

A. to get, paying B. getting, to pay C. to get, to pay D. getting, paying

3. I never regretted _____ his offer, for it was not where my interest lay. (TEM4-1993-53)

A. not to accept B. not having accepted

C. having not accepted D. not accepting

4. Arriving at the bus stop, _____ waiting there. (TEM4-1994-52)

A. a lot of people were B. he found a lot of people

C. a lot of people D. people were found

5. _____ regular training in nursing, she could hardly cope with the work at first. (TEM4-1994-55)

A. Not received B. Since receiving

C. Having received D. Not having received

6. The country’s chief exports are coal, cars and cotton goods, cars _____ the most important of these. (TEM4-1994-57)

A. have been B. are C. being D. are being

7. He noticed the helicopter hovering over the field. Then to his astonishment, he saw a rope ladder _____ out and three men climbing down it. (TEM4-1995-52)

A. throwing B. being thrown C. having thrown D. having been thrown

8. He resented _____ to wait. He expected the minister _____ him at once. (TEM4-1995-53)

A. to be asked, to see B. being asked, to see

C. to be asked, seeing D. being asked, seeing

9. This missile is designed so that once _____ nothing can be done to retrieve it. (TEM4-1995-63)

A. fired B. being fired C. they fired D. having fired

10. _____ time, he’ll make a first-class tennis player. (TEM4-1996-42)

A. Having B. Given C. Giving D. Had

11. He wasn’t asked to take on the chairmanship of the society, _____ insufficiently popular with all members. (TEM4-1996-45)

A. having considered B. was considered

C. was being considered D. being considered

12. In international matches, prestige is so important that the only thing that matters is to avoid _____. (TEM4-1996-48)

A. from being beaten B. being beaten

C. beating D. to be beaten

13. _____ no cause for alarm, the old man went back to his room. (TEM4-1996-51)

A. There was B. Since C. Being D. There being

14. _____, he can now only watch it on TV at home. (TEM4-1998-45)

A. Obtaining not a ticket for the match

B. Not obtaining a ticket for the match

C. Not having obtained a ticket for the match

D. Not obtained a ticket for the match

15. The Clarks haven’t decided yet which hotel _____. (TEM4-1998-49)

A. to stay B. is to stay C. to stay at D. is for staying

16. _____enough time and money, the researchers would have been able to discover more in this field. (TEM4-1998-51)

A. Giving B. To give C. Given D. Being given

17. The three men tried many times to sneak across the border into the neighboring country _____ by the police each time. (TEM4-1999-42)

A. had been captured B. being always captured

C. only to be captured D. unfortunately captured

18. Professor Johnson is said _____ some significant advance in his research in the past years. (TEM4-1999-43)

A. having made

19. There _____

(TEM4-2000-45)

A. to be B. to have been C. being D. be

20. _____ at in this way, the present economic situation doesn't seem so gloomy. (TEM4-2000-51)

A. Looking B. Looked C. Having looked D. To look B. making C. to have made D. to make nothing more for discussion, the meeting came to an end half an earlier.

21. Even as a girl, _____ to be her life, and theater audiences were to be her teachers. (TEM4-2001-42)

A. performing by Melissa were

B. it was known that Melissa's performances were

C. knowing that Melissa's performances were

D. Melissa knew that performing was

22. _____ him tomorrow? (TEM4-2001-43)

A. Why not to call on B. Why don't call on

C. Why not to calling on D. Why not call on

23. ______ is not a serious disadvantage in life. (TEM4-2001-51)

B. Not to be tall

D. Not being tall A. To be not tall C. Being not tall

24. Agriculture is the country’s chief source of wealth, wheat ____ by far the cereal crop. (TEM4-2003-41)

A. is B. been C. be D. being

25. The opening ceremony is a great occasion. It is essential _____ for that. (TEM4-2003-47)

A. for us to be prepared B. that we are prepared

C. of us to be prepared D. our being prepared

26. Time _____, the celebration will be held as scheduled. (TEM4-2003-48)

A. permit B. permitting

C. permitted D. permits

27. If not _____ with the respect he feels due to him, Jack gets very ill-tempered and grumbles all the time. (TEM4-2004-45)

A. being treated B. treated

C. be treated D. having been treated

28. The minister of finance is believed _____ of imposing new taxes to raise extra revenue. (TEM4-2004-48)

A. that is thinking B. to be thinking

C. that he is to think D. to think

29. There are only ten apples left in the baskets, _____ the spoilt ones. (TEM4-2006-63)

A. not counting B. not to count C. don’t count D. having not counted

30. Linda was _____ the experiment a month ago, but she changed her mind at the last minute. (TEM4-2007-54)

A. to start B. to have started C. to be starting D. to have been starting

31. It is not uncommon for there _____ problems of communication between the old and the young. (TEM4-2007-63)

A. being B. would be C. be D. to be

32. _____ at in this way, the situation doesn’t seem so desperate. (TEM4-2007-64)

A. Looking B. Looked C. Being looked D. To look

33. What does ―He wisely refused to spend his money‖ mean? (TEM4-2008-59)

A. It was wise of him to refuse to spend his money.

B. He refused to spend his money in a wise manner.

C. He was short of money and didn’t want to buy anything.

D. He refused, in a wise manner, to spend his money.

34. What a nice day! How about the three of us _____ a walk in the park nearby?

(TEM4-2009-51)

A. to take B. take C. taking D. to be taking

35. "It seems that she was there at the conference." The sentence means that (TEM4-2009-62)

A. she seems to be there at the conference.

B. she seemed to be there at the conference.

C. she seems to have been there at the conference.

D. she seemed to being there at the conference.

36. "The man preparing the documents is the firm's lawyer" has all the following possible meanings EXCEPT (TEM4-2009-65)

A. the man who has prepared the documents...

B. the man who has been preparing the documents...

C. the man who is preparing the documents...

D. the man who will prepare the documents...

三、动词时态和语态

1. When I arrived at the meeting, the first speaker _____ and the audience _____. (TEM4-1992-47)

A. had finished speaking, were clapping

B. had finished speaking, had clapped

C. finished speaking, clapped

D. finished speaking, were clapping

2. The doctor is feeling the little girl’s pulse. He says it _____ normal. (TEM4-1992-51)

A. feels B. is feeling C. has felt D. is felt

3. I _____ writing the paper as scheduled, but my mother’s illness interfered. I hope you will excuse me. (TEM4-1993-54)

A. am to have finished B. was to have finished

C. was to finish D. ought to finish

4. How can I ever concentrate if you _____ continually _____ me with silly questions? (TEM4-1997-41)

A. have …interrupted B. had …interrupted

C. are…interrupting D. were…interrupting

5. Mr. White works with a chemicals import & export company, but he _____ for the industrial fair, since he is on leave. (TEM4-1997-44)

A. has worked B. works

C. has been working D. is working

6. For some time now, world leaders _____ out the necessity for agreement on arms reduction. (TEM4-2002-43)

A. had been pointing B. have been pointing

C. were pointing D. pointed

7. The experiment requires more money than _____. (TEM4-2002-49)

A. have been put in B. being put in

C. has been put in D. to be put in

8. Jack _____ from home for two days now, and I am beginning to worry about his safety. (TEM4-2003-42)

A. has been missing B. has been missed

C. had been missing D. was missed

9. James has just arrived, but I didn’t know he _____ until yesterday. (TEM4-2005-54)

A. will come B. was coming C. had been coming D. came

10. _____ conscious of my moral obligations as a citizen. (TEM4-2005-55)

A. I was and always will be B. I have to be and always will be

C. I had been and always will be D. I have been and always will be

11. That was not the first time he _____ us. I think it’s high time we _____ strong actions against him. (TEM4-2005-60)

A. betrayed…take B. had betrayed…took

C. has betrayed…took D. has betrayed…take

12. The student said there were a few points in the essay he _____ impossible to comprehend. (TEM4-2006-55)

A. has found B. was finding C. had found D. would find

13. The committee has anticipated the problems that _____ in the road construction project. (TEM4-2007-58)

A. arise B. will arise C. arose D. have arisen

14. The student said there were a few points in the essay he _____ impossible to comprehend. (TEM4-2007-59)

A. had found B. finds C. has found D. would find

15. He would have finished his college education, but he _____ to quit and find a job to support his family. (TEM4-2007-60)

A. had had B. has C. had D. would have

16. In his plays Shakespeare ______ his characters live through their language. (TEM4-2008-63)

A. would make B. had made C. made D. makes

四、

1. The door was open.

It _____ open. I had locked it myself and the key was in my pocket. (TEM4-1992-48)

A. can’t be B. mustn’t be C. can’t have been D. mustn’t have been

2. – I bought this shirt for 35 yuan yesterday.

– It’s on sale today for only 30. You should have waited.

– Oh really? But how _____ I know? (TEM4-1993-48)

A. would B. can C. did D. do

3. She must be in the dormitory now.

No, she _____ be there. I saw her in the classroom a minute ago. (TEM4-1994-59)

A. mustn’t B. can’t C. couldn’t D. wouldn’t

4. He _____ the 8:20 bus because he didn't leave home until 8:25. (TEM4-1994-64)

A. couldn’t have caught B. ought to have caught

C. shouldn’t have caught D. must not have caught

5. The meeting has been cancelled. Ann _____ all that work. (TEM4-1995-55) 情态助动词的用法

A. need to do B. need have

C. needn’t have done D. needed not to do

6. We could _____ him with a detached house when he came, but he had specifically asked a small flat. (TEM4-1995-62)

A. provide B. have provided

C. not provide D. not have provided

7. As it turned out to be a small house party, we ______ so formally. (TEM4-1996-49)

A. need not have dressed up B. must not have dressed up

C. did not need to dress up D. must not dress up

8. You _____ Mark anything. It was none of his business. (TEM4-1998-52)

A. needn’t have told B. needn’t tell

C. mustn’t have told D. mustn’t tell

9. He _____ unwisely, but he was at least trying to do something helpful. (TEM4-1999-48)

A. may have acted B. must have acted

C. should act D. would act

10. Much as _____ I couldn’t lend him the money because I simply didn’t have that much spare cash. (TEM4-1999-52)

A. I would have liked to B. I would like to have

C. I should have to like D. I should have liked to

11. I went there in 1984, and that was the only occasion when I _____ the journey in exactly two days. (TEM4-2005-57)

A. must make B. must have made

C. was able to make D. could make

12. _____ you _____ further problems with your printer, contact your dealer for advice. (TEM4-2005-63)

A. If, had B. Have, had C. should, have D. In case, had

13. Loudspeakers were fixed in the hall so that everyone _____ an opportunity to hear the speech. (TEM4-2006-56)

A. ought to have B. must have C. may have D. should have

14. I am surprised _____ this city is a dull place to live in. (TEM4-2006-57)

A. that you should think B. by which you are thinking

C. that you would think D. with what you were thinking

15. ―You _____ borrow my notes provided you take care of them,‖ I told my friend. (TEM4-2007-53)

A. could B. should C. must D. can

16. She _____ fifty or so when I first met her at the conference. (TEM4-2007-53)

A. must be B. had been C. could be D. must have been

17. Had Jud been more careful on the maths exam, she _____ much better results now. (TEM4-2008-52)

A. would be getting B. could have got

C. must get D. would get

18. Which of the following sentences expresses ―probability‖? (TEM4-2008-52)

A. You must leave immediately.

B. You must be feeling rather tired.

C. You must be here by eight o’clock.

D. You must complete the reading assignment on time.

19. She _____ fifty or so when I first met her at a conference. (TEM4-2009-53)

A. had been B. must be C. has been D. must have been

20. Aren't you tired? I ____ you had done enough for today. (TEM4-2009-61)

A. should have thought B. must have thought

C. might have thought D. could have thought

五、主从复合句和某些连接用语的用法

1. We could go to a concert _____ you’d prefer to visit a museum. (TEM4-1992-49)

A. if B. because C. unless D. since

2. _____ their policy can be changed the future for that country will be indeed bleak. (TEM4-1993-46)

A. Even if B. Unless C. Now that D. As long as

3. She said she would work it out herself _____ ask me for help. (TEM4-1993-47)

A. and not to B. but notC. and prefer not D. rather than

4. David Singer, my friend’s father, _____ raised and educated in New York, lived and lectured in Africa most of his life. (TEM4-1993-57)

A. who B. if C. while D. though

5. My Scottish friend says there is _____ monster in Loch Ness. (TEM4-1993-58)

A. no such thing as B. no such thing as a

C. no such a thing as D. no such a thing as a

6. We can assign the task to _____ is capable and trustworthy. (TEM4-1994-54)

A. whomever B. who C. whom D. whoever

7. Only take such clothes _____ really necessary. (TEM4-1994-61)

A. as were B. as they are C. as they were D. as are

8. is often the case with a new idea, much preliminary activity and optimistic discussion produced no concrete proposals. (TEM4-1994-65)

A. That B. It C. This D. As

9. _____ I was very much mistaken, there was something wrong with Louise.

(TEM4-1995-58)

A. Unless B. As C. Though D. Since

10. You won’t get a loan _____ you can offer some security. (TEM4-1996-41)

A. lest B. in case C. unless D. other than

11. The brilliance of his satires was make even his victims laugh. (TEM4-1996-52)

A. so as to B. such as to C. so that D. such that

12. The physicist has made a discovery, _____ of great importance to the progress of science and technology. (TE44-1997-45)

A. I think which is B. that I think is

C. which I think is D. which I think it is

13. _____, he is ready to accept suggestions from different sources. (TEM4-1997-46)

A. Instead of his contributions B. For all his notable contributions

C. His making notable contributions D. However his notable contributions

14. The team can handle whatever . (TEM4-1997-47)

A. that needs handling B. which needs handling

C. it needs handlingD. need be handled

15. Come and see me whenever . (TEM4-1997-48)

A. you are convenient B. you will be convenient

C. it is convenient to you

(TEM4-1997-49)

A. as such B. such as D. it will be convenient to you was warmly received. 16. It was as a physician that he represented himself, and he C. as that.D. so that

17. I have never been to London, but that is the city _____. (TEM4-1997-50)

A. where I like to visit most B. I’d most like to visit

C. which I like to visit mostly D. where I’d like most to visit

18. She remembered several occasions in the past _____ she had experienced a similar feeling. (TEM4-1998-42)

A. which B. before C. that D. when

19. _____ he needed money for a new car, he decided not to borrow it from the bank.

(TEM4-1998-48)

A. Much as B. Much though C. As much D. Though much

20. His strong sense of humor was _____ make everyone in the room burst out laughing. (TEM4-1998-50)

A. so as to B. such as to C. so that D. such that

21. After _____ seemed an endless wait, it was her turn to enter the personnel manager's office. (TEM4-1999-41)

A. that. B. there C. what D. it

22. It is not so much the language_____ the cultural background that makes the book difficult to understand. (TEM4-1999-45)

A. but B. nor C. as D. like

23. He's _____ as a "bellyacher" — he's always complaining about something. (TEM4-1999-50)

A. who is known B. whom is known

C. what is known D. which is known

24. _____, he always tries his best to complete it on time. (TEM4-1999-51)

A. However the task is hard B. However hard the task is

C. Though hard the task is D. Though .hard is the task

25. Acute hearing helps most animals sense the approach of thunderstorms long before people _____. (TEM4-2000-41)

A. do B. hear C. do them

(TEM4-2000-42)

A. after B. if C. since D. unless

27. The central provinces have floods in some years, and _____. (TEM4-2000-43)

A. drought in others B. drought mothers

C. while other droughts D. others in drought

28. Firms that use computers have found that the number of staff _____ is needed for quality control can be substantially reduced. (TEM4-2000-50) D. hearing it 26. This is an illness that can result in total blindness _____ left untreated.

A. whose B. as C. what D. that

29. I can't go-- for one thing, I have no money, and _____ I have too much work.

(TEM4-2001-41)

A. what's more B. as wellC. for another D. in addition

30. There is no doubt _____ the company has made the right decision on the sales project. (TEM4-2001-44)

A. why B. that C. whether D. when

31. Intellect is to the mind sight is to the body. (TEM4-2001-45)

A. what B. as C. that D. like

32. _____ I sympathize, I can't really do very much to help them out of the difficulties. (TEM4-2001-46)

A. As long as B. As C. While D. Even

33. Barry had an advantage over his mother _____ he could speak French.

(TEM4-2001-49)

A. since that B. in that C. at that D. so that

34. She did her work her manager had instructed. (TEM4-2002-41)

A. as B. until C. when D. though

35. Have you ever been in a situation _____ you know the other person is right yet you cannot agree with him? (TEM4-2002-44)

A. by which B. that C. in where D. where

36. We've just installed two air-conditioners in our apartment, _____ should make great differences in our life next summer. (TEM4-2002-45)

A. which B. what C. that D. they

37. She managed to save _____ she could out of her wages to help her brother.

(TEM4 2002-47)

A. how little moneyB. so little money

C. such little money D. what little money

38. Fool _____ Jane is, she could not have done such a thing. (TEM4-2002-48)

A. who B. as C. that D. like

39. Above the trees are the hills, _____ magnificence the river faithfully reflects on

the surface. (TEM4-2003-43)

A. where B. of whose C. whose.D. which

40. _____ I like economics, I like sociology much better. (TEM4-2003-49)

A. As much as B. So much C. How much. D. Much as

41. They overcame all the difficulties and completed the project two months

ahead of time, _____ is something we had not expected. (TEM4-2003-51)

A. which B. it C. that D. what

42. He is quite worn out from years of hard work. He is not the man _____ he was

twenty years ago.(TEM4-2003-52)

A. which B. that C. who D. whom

43. _____, I'll marry him all the same. (TEM4-2004-42)

A. Was he rich or poor B. Whether rich or poor

C. Were he rich or poor D. Be he rich or poor

44. The government has promised to do _____ lies in its power to ease the hardships

of the victims in the flood-stricken area. (TEM4-2004-43)

A. however B. whichever C. whatever D. wherever

45. _____, Mr. Wells is scarcely in sympathy with the working class. (TEM4-2005-52)

A. Although he is a socialist B. Even if he is a socialist

C. Being a socialist D. Since he is a socialist

46. His remarks were _____ annoy everybody at the meeting. (TEM4-2005-53)

A. so as to B. such as to C. such to D. as much as to

47. I know he failed his last test, but really he’s _____ stupid. (TEM4-2005-58)

A. something but B. anything but C. nothing but D. not but

48. He asked me to lend him some money, which I agreed to do, _____ that he paid me back the following back. (TEM4-2005-64)

A. on occasion B. on purpose C. on condition D. only if

49. _____ dull he may be, he is certainly a very successful top executive. (TEM4-2006-51)

A. Although B. Whatever C. As D. However

50. The party, _____ I was the guest of honour, was extremely enjoyable. (TEM4-2006-53)

A. by which B. for which C. to which D. at which

51. Land belongs to the city; there is _____ thing as private ownership of land. (TEM4-2006-60)

A. no such a B. not such C. not such a D. no such

52. There are as good fish in the sea _____ ever came out of it. (TEM4-2007-51)

A. than B. like C. as D. so

53. It is not _____ much the language as the background that makes the book difficult to understand. (TEM4-2007-57)

A. that B. as C. so D. very

54. The research requires more money than _____. (TEM4-2007-61)

A. have peen put in B. has been put in

C. being put in D. to be put in

55. Overpopulation poses a terrible threat to the human race. Yet it is probably _____ a threat to the human race than environmental destruction. (TEM4-2007-62)

A. no more B. not more C. even more D. much more

56. Nine is to three _____ three is to one. (TEM4-2008-53)

A. when B. that C. which D. what

57. Men differ from animals _____ they can think and speak. (TEM4-2008-54)

A. for which B. for that C. in that D. in which

58. _____ he wanted to go out with his friends at the weekend, he had to stay behind to finish his assignment. (TEM4-2008-55)

A. Much though B. Much as C. As much D. Though Much

59. I enjoyed myself so much _____ I visited my friends in Paris last year. (TEM4-2008-56)

A. when B. which C. that D. where

60. They stood chatting together as easily and naturally as _____. (TEM4-2008-60)

A. it could be B. they could be C. it was D. was

61. Quality is ______ counts most. (TEM4-2008-62)

A. which B. that C. what D. where

62. _____ the boss says, it is unreasonable to ask me to work overtime without pay.

(TEM4-2009-54)

A. Whatever B. Whenever C. Whichever D. However

63. I was very interested in _____ she told me. (TEM4-2009-56)

A. all that B. all which C. all what D. that

64. We consider ______ he should have left without telling anyone beforehand. (TEM4-2009-57)

A. strange why B. it strange what C. it strange that D. that strange

65. The couple had no sooner got to the station _____ the coach left. (TEM4-2009-60)

A. when B. as C. until D. than

六、冠词及其他限定词的某些用法

1. Ted couldn’t remember the exact date of the storm, but he knew it was _____ Sunday because everybody was at _____ church. (TEM4-1992-46)

A. /, the B. a, / C. /, a D. the, /

2. The rising crime rate is _____ major concern of _____ society. (TEM4-1993-52)

A. the, the B. a, / C. a, the D. /, the

3. _____ human problems that repeat themselves in _____ life repeat themselves in _____ literature. (TEM4-1994-60)

A. /, /, the B. /, the, / C. The, /, / D. The, the, the

4. The idea of traveling through _____ space to other planets interests many people today. (TEM4-1995-54)

A. a B. the C. / D. one

5. Our association, which has consistently pressed for greater employment opportunities for the disabled, will publish _____ proposals in the near future. (TEM4-2008-51)

A. their B. our C. his D. its

6. Which of the following is INCORRECT? (TEM4-2008-57)

A. All his lectures were boring. B. Half his money was gone.

C. Her few friends are all fond of dancing. D. He invited many his friends to the party.

7. The square itself is five hundred yards wide, five times _____ the size of St. Peter’s in Rome. (TEM4-2008-64)

A. / B. that of C. which is D. of

8. A new laptop costs about _____ of a second-hand one. (TEM4-2009-55)

A. the price of three times B. three times the price

C. as much as the three times price D. three times more than the price

七、倒装、强调、否定、省略、反意疑问句、插入语等特殊句型

1. A hibernating animal needs hardly any food all through the winter, _____? (TEM4-1992-59)

A. need it B. needn’t it C. does it D. doesn’t it

2. _____ the snake in superstitious awe. (TEM4-1993-60)

A. Mankind has held long B. Long has held mankind

C. Has mankind long held D. Mankind has long held

3. So badly _____ in the car accident that he had to stay in hospital for a few months. (TEM4-1994-56)

A. did he injure B. injured him C. was he injured D. he was injured

4. It was not until midnight _____ the snowcapped peak. (TEM4-1995-56)

A. that they sighted B. that they did not sight

C. did they sight D. had they sighted

5. You and I could hardly understand, _____? (TEM4-1995-60)

A. could I B. couldn’t you C. couldn’t we D. could we

6. He is not under arrest, _____ any restriction on him. (TEM4-1995-61)

A. or the police have placed B. or have the police placed

C. nor the police have placed D. nor have the police placed

7. When you have finished with that video tape, don’t forget to put it in my drawer, _____? (TEM4-1997-42)

A. do you B. will you C. don’t you D. won’t you

8. Do help yourself to some fruit, _____ you? (TEM4-2000-44)

A. can't B. don't C. wouldn't D. won't

9. _____ him tomorrow? (TEM4-2001-43)

A. Why not to call on B. Why don't call on

C. Why not calling on D. Why not call on

10. _____ of the twins was arrested, because I saw both at a party last night. (TEM4-2002-42)

A. None B. Both C. Neither D. All

11. Who _____ was coming to see me in my office this afternoon? (TEM4-2003-44)

A. you said B. did you say C. did you say that D. you did say

12. Your ideas, _____, seem unusual to me. (TEM4-2003-46)

A. like her B. like hers C. similar to her D. similar to herself

13. It is futile to discuss the matter further, because _____ going to agree upon anything today. (TEM4-2003-50)

A. neither you nor I are B. neither you nor me is

C. neither you nor I am D. neither me nor you are

14. She would have been more agreeable if she had changed a little bit, _____?

(TEM4-2003-53)

A. hadn't she B. hasn't she C. wouldn't she D. didn’t she.

15. _____ both sides accept the agreement _____ a lasting peace be established in this region. (TEM4-2004-50)

A. Only if, will B. If only, would C. Should, will D. Unless, would

for Europe this afternoon. 16. Mr. Welts, together with all the members of his family, _____

(TEM4-2004-51)

A. are to leave B. arc leaving C. is leaving D. leave

17. What’s the chance of _____ a general election this year? (TEM4-2005-61)

A. there being B. there to be

C. there be D. there going to be

18. Children who stay away from school do _____ for different reasons. (TEM4-2005-65)

A. them B. / C. it D. theirs

19. The statistics _____ that living standards in the area have improved drastically in recent times. (TEM4-2006-62)

A. proves B. is proving C. are proving D. prove

20. There used to be a petrol station near the park, _____? (TEM4-2006-65)

A. didn’t it B. doesn’t there C. usedn’t it D. didn’t there

21. All the President’s Men _____ one of the important books for historians who study the Watergate Scandal. (TEM4-2007-52)

A. remain B. remains C. remained D. is remaining

22. When you have finished with that book, don’t forget to put it back on my desk, _____? (TEM4-2007-58)

A. do you B. don’t you C. will you D. won’t you

23. The following are all correct responses to ―Who told the news to the teacher?‖ EXCEPT (TEM4-2008-61)

A. Jim did this. B. Jim did so. C. Jim did that. D. Jim did.

24. It is going to be fine tomorrow. _______. (TEM4-2009-58)

A. So is it B. So it is C. So it does D. So does it

25. Little _____ about her own safety, though she herself was in great danger. (TEM4-2009-59)

A. she cared B. she may care C. may she care D. did she care

八、形容词和副词及其比较结构和特殊用法

1. Mary is _____ than Alice. (TEM4-1992-53)

A. more experienced a teacher B. a more experienced teacher

C. more an experienced teacher D. more experienced teacher

2. They fulfilled the task in _____ it took us. (TEM4-1992-54)

A. three-fourths time B. three-fourth time

C. three-fourths the time D. the three-fourths time

3. They were pushed into battle _____. (TEM4-1993-49)

A. unprepared B. unpreparedly C. not preparing it D. without preparing it

4. Some dieter find that after their dieting is over, they eat twice _____ they did before their diet. (TEM4-1993-55)

A. more than B. as many as C. much than D. as much as

5. My Scottish friend says there is _____ monster in Loch Ness. (TEM4-1993-48)

A. no such thing as B. no such thing as a

C. no such a thing as D. no such a thing as a

6. The university authorities are seriously considering abandoning the traditional _____class. (TEM4-1993-59)

A. fifty minutes B. fifty-minutes C. fifty-minuteD. fifty minute's

7. She has taken great pains to conceal her emotions, and thereby made them _____ conspicuous. (TEM4-1994-63)

A. all the moreB. all the much C. all more D. all much

8. You'd better look at the difficulty _____. (TEM4-l995-57)

A. the other B. by the other way C. another way D. by another way

9. He prefers _____. (TEM4-1995-59)

A. to write his letters rather than dictating them

B. to write his letters rather than dictate them

C. writing his letters rather than dictate them

D. writing his letters rather than have dictated them

10. _____ the two, Bob is _____ student. (TEM4-1995-64)

A. Of, more diligent B. In, more diligent

C. Of, the more diligent D. In, the more diligent

11. Western. Nebraska generally' receives less snow than _____ Eastern Nebraska. (TEM4-1996-50)

A. in B. it receives in C. does D. it does in

12. I felt that I was not yet _____ to travel aboard. (TEM4-1997-52)

A. too strong B. strong enough C. so strong D. enough strong

13. John is _____ hardworking than his sister, but he failed in the exam. (TEM4-1998-41)

A. no less B. no more C. not less D. no so

14. The indoor swimming pool seems to be a great more luxurious than _____. (TEM4-1998-44)

A. is necessary B. being necessary C. to be necessary D. it is necessary

15. The children prefer camping in the mountains _____ an indoor activity. (TEM4-1998-46)

A. to B. than C. for D. with

16. Language belongs to each member of society, to the cleaner _____ to the professor. (TEM4-1998-47)

A. as far as B. the same as. C. as much as D. as long as

17. Fat cannot change into muscle _____ muscle changes into fat. (TEM4-1999-44)

A. any more than B. no more than C. no less than D. much more than

18. The patient's progress was very encouraging as he could _____ get out of the

difficulties. (TEM4-2001-47)

A. nearly B. hardly C. merely D. barely

19. He was _____ to tell the truth even to his closest friend. (TEM4-2001-48)

A. too much of a coward B. too much the coward

C. a coward enoughD. enough of a coward

20. — Dose Alan like hamburgers?

— Yes. So much _____ that he eats them almost every day. (TEM4-2003-45)

A. for B. as C. to D. so

21.That trumpet player was certainly loud. But I wasn't bothered by his loudness _____ by his lack of talent. (TEM4-2004-41)

A. so much as B. rather than C. as D. then

22. The less the surface of the ground yields to the weight of a full-loaded truck, _____ to the truck. (TEM4-2004-47)

A. the greater stress is B. greater is the stress

C. the stress is greater D. the greater the stress

23. Do you know Tim’s brother? He is _____ than Tim. (TEM4-2005-59)

A. much more sportsman B. more of a sportsman

C. more of sportsman D. more a sportsman

24. Susan is very hardworking, but her pay is not _____ for her work. (TEM4-2006-58)

A. enough good B. good enough

C. as good enough D. good as enough

25. My daughter has walked eight miles today. We never guessed that she could walk _____ far. (TEM4-2006-61)

A. / B. such C. that D. as

26. It was _____ we had hoped. (TEM4-2006-64)

A. more a success than B. a success more than

C. as much of a success as D. a success as much

27. Which of the following adverbs can NOT be used to complete " _____ everybody came"? (TEM4-2009-63)

A. Nearly B. Quite C. Practically D. Almost

28. In "How much do you think he earns?" how much is ______ of the sentence. (TEM4-2009-64)

A. the subject B. the adverbial C. the object D. the complement

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