2015-10-30 14:19 小马过河
1. The first 10,000 United States patents, they were known as the X-patents, were burned in a fire in 1836.
A. they were known
B. which they knew
C. which they know
D. to be known
2. Winston knew that if he practiced often enough he would one day be able to play the piano as well as his brother's playing.
A. his brother's playing
B. that of his brother
C. his brother's
D. his brother could
E. what his brother did
3. In both his longer and his shorter works of fiction, Gabriel García Márquez achieves the rare feat to be accessible to the common reader while satisfying the most demanding of sophisticated critics.
A. to be
B. for being
C. of being
D. that he is
E. that they are
4. In 1977, Jann Wenner, the founder of Rolling Stone, moved the magazine's offices from San Francisco to New York City, there he began developing a slicker, more commercial style of magazine and began cultivating relationships with major advertisers.
E. which is when
5. Covering about 120 square miles, the New York City borough of Queens is almost as large as if you combine Manhattan, the Bronx, and Staten Island.
A. if you combine Manhattan, the Bronx, and Staten Island
B. when Manhattan, the Bronx, and Staten Island are combined
C. Manhattan, the Bronx, and Staten Island combined
D. if Manhattan were to combine with the Bronx and Staten Island
E. combining Manhattan, the Bronx, and Staten Island
6. While cotton is still one of Georgia's chief cash crops, the number of acres devoted to its cultivation grows smaller every year.
A. devoted to its cultivation grows
B. it devotes to the cultivation of it grow
C. they devoted to its cultivation can grow
D. devoted to its cultivation growing
E. they devoted to the cultivation of it are growing