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大学英语语法专项练习题

一、时态

1. By the end of April Peter ____A___ here for three months

A. will have stayed

B. will stay

C. stays

D. has stayed

2. I'm awfully sorry, but I had no alternative. I simply_____ what I did.

A. ought to have done

B. have to do

C. had to do

D. must do

3. We _______our breakfast when an old man came to the door.

A. just have had

B. have just had

C. just had

D. had just had

4. Ever since the family moved to the suburbs last year, they_______ better health.

A. could have enjoyed

B. had enjoyed

C. have been enjoying

D. are enjoying

5. I bought a new house last year, but I _____my old house yet, so at the moment I have two houses.

A. did not sell

B. have not sold

C. had not sold

D. do not sell

6. I decided to go to the library as soon as I ____D____.

A. finish what I did

B. finished what I did

C. would finish what I was doing

D. finished what I was doing

7. He ________when the bus came to a sudden stop.

A. was almost hurt

B. was hurt himself

C. was to hurt himself

D. was hurting himself

8. I suppose that when I come back in ten years' time all those old houses _______down.

A. will have been pulled

B. will have pulled

C. will be pulling

D. will be pulled

9. Bob's leg got hurt ________the Purple Mountains.

A. while he is climbing up

B. while we were climbing up

C. while we climbed up

D. while he climbed up

10. Pick me up at 8 o'clock. I ________ my bath by then.

A. may have

B. will be having

C. can have had

D. will have had

11. If you smoke in a non-smoking section people________.

A. will object

B. objected

C. must object

D. have objected

12. By the end of this month, we surely _______ a satisfactory solution to the problem

A. have found

B. will be finding

C. are finding

D. will have found

13. We __________to start our own business, but we never had enough money.

A. have hope

B. hope

C. had hoped

D. should hope

14. The gray building is where the workers live, and the white one is where the spare parts______

A. are producing

B. are produced

C. produced

D. being produced

15. While people may refer to television for up-to-the-minute news, it is unlikely that television __________the newspaper completely.

A. will replace

B. have replaced

C. replace

D. replaced

16. It's reported that by the end of this month the output of cement in the factory ________by about 10%.

A. will have risen

B. has risen

C. will be rising

D. has been rising

17. Until then, his family___________ from him for six months.

A. didn't hear

B. hasn’t been hearing

C. hasn't heard

D. hadn't heard

18. The conference________ a full week by the time it ends.

A. must have lasted

B. will have lasted

C. would last

D. has lasted

19. Great as Newton was, many of his ideas _______today and are being modified by the work of scientists of our time.

A. are to challenge

B. may be challenged

C. have been challenged

D. are challenged

20. It seems oil _______ from this pipe for some time. We’ll have to take the ma chine apart to put it right.

A. had leaked

B. is leaking

C. leaked

D. has been leaking

21. Once environmental damage ________, it takes many years for the system to recover.

A. has done

B. is to do

C. does

D. is done

22. It was very kind of you to do the washing-up, but you _________it.

A. didn't have to do

B. wouldn't have done

C. mightn't have done

D. mustn't have done

23. He came back late, _______ which time all the guests had already left.

A. after

B. by

C. at

D. during

24. She ought to stop work; she has a headache because she _______ too long

A. has been reading

B. had read

C. is reading

D. read

25. The growth of part-time and flexible working patterns, and of training and retraining schemes, ________ more women to take advantage of employment opportunities.

A. have allowed

B. allow

C. allowing

D. allows

26. You should have put the milk in the icebox; I expect it _______undrinkable by now.

A. became

B. had become

C. has become

D. becomes

27. America will never again have as a nation the spirit of adventure as it _______before the West was settled.

A. could

B. would

C. was

D. did

28. There was a knock at the door. It was the second time someone ________me that evening.

A. had interrupted

B. would have interrupted

C. to have interrupted

D. to interrupt

29. It was only after some progress_________ in the use and development of electric current that men began to realize the importance and possibilities of magnetism.

A. was made

B. would have been made

C. has been made

D. had been made

30. In this experiment, they are wakened several times during the night and asked to report what they ________.

A. had just been dreaming

B. have just been dreaming

C. are just dreaming

D. had just dreamt

二、非谓语动词

1.He wore dark glasses to avoid ________.

A. having been recognized

B. to be recognized

C. recognized

D. being recognized

2.The Viking are believed ________America.

A. to have discovered

B. to discover

C. in discovering

D. to have been discovered

3.Here we found hale snow, as most of it seemed ________blown off the mountain.

A. to have been

B. to be

C. that it was

D. that it had been

4. \

5. He asked _________since he had been chairman for seven years.

A. not to have been re-elected

B. to be not re-elected

C. not to be re-elected

D. to have not been re-elected

6. We regret ________you that the materials you ordered are out of stock.

A. informing

B. to inform

C. having informed

D. to have informed

7. The dying soldier had the message _______ straight to the commander.

A. sent

B. to be sent

C. be sent

D. being sent

8. Don't worry, Philip is quite used ___A_____ in such heavy traffic as this.

A. to driving

B. to have driven

C. to be driving

D. to drive

9. If you want _____B____ you have to get the fund somewhere.

A. that the job is done

B. the job done

C. to have done the job

D. the job that is done

10. There is more land in Australia than the government knows_________.

A. what to do with

B. how to do

C. to do with it

D. to do it

11. It's no use __________ me not to worry.

A. you tell

B. your telling

C. for you to have told

D. having told

12. __________such a good chance, he planned to learn more.

A. To be given

B. Having been given

C. Having given

D. Giving

13. They are considering _________before the prices go up.

A. of buying the house

B. with buying the house

C. buying the house

D. to buy the house

14. A Dream of the Red Chamber is said _________into dozens of languages in the last decade.

A. to have been translated

B. to translate

C. to be translated

D. to have been translating

15. ___________with the size of the whole earth, the highest mountain does not seem high at all.

A. When compared

B. Compare

C. While comparing

D. Comparing

16.The manager promised to keep me _________of how our business was going on.

A. to be informed

B. on informing

C. informed

D. informing

17. John regretted ________ to the meeting last week.

A. not going

B. not to go

C. not having been going

D. not to be going

18. Mrs. Brown is supposed ___________for Italy last week.

A. to have left

B. to be leaving

C. to leave

D. to have been left

19. A new technique ________, the yields as a whole increased by 20 per cent.

A. working out

B. having worked out

C. having been worked out

D. to have been worked out

20. The boy's father bought him a large toy train ________.

A. which to play with

B. to play with it

C. to play with

D. at which to play

21. There are more than fifty proposals _________ at the conference.

A. discussed

B. discussing

C. to be discussed

D. having been discussed

22. It was impossible to avoid _________ by the stormy weather.

A. to be much affected

B. being much affected

C. having much affected

D. to have been much affected

23. _________in England , Anne Bradstreet both admired and imitated several English poets.

A. Having born and educated

B. Born and educated

C. Since born and educated

D. To be born and educated

24. The new power station is reported _________ within three years.

A. to have completed

B. to have been completed

C. to complete

D. having been completed

25. ________neglecting our education, my father sent my brother and me to a summer school.

A. To be accused of

B. Accusing of

C. That he was accused of

D. Accused of

26. The match was cancelled because most of the members ________a match without a standard

court.

A. objected to having

B. were object to have

C. objected to have

D. were object to having

27. The teacher doesn't permit ________in class.

A. smoke

B. to smoke

C. smoking

D. to have smoke

28. I appreciate _______ to your home.

A. to be invited

B. to have invited

C. having invited

D. being invited

29. The speaker, _______ for her splendid speeches, was warmly received by the audience.

A. having known

B. being known

C. knowing

D. known

30. John often attends public lectures at the University of Oxford, chiefly _______his English.

A. to improve

B. improving

C. to have improved

D. improved

31. Jim is sorry _______ so impolite to your guest last Saturday.

A. to be

B. having been

C. being

D. to have been

32. Building that railway was very difficult and involved ________ten tunnels.

A. dig

B. digging

C. to have dug

D. having dig

33. Mr. Smith advised us to withdraw_______.

A. so that to get not involved

B. so as to get not involved

C. so as not to get involved

D. so that not to get involved

34. ________ in a seemingly endless war, the general was forced to evaluate the situation again.

A. Since the loss of 50 000 soldiers

B. Because of 50 000 soldiers having lost

C.50 000 soldiers were lost

D. Having lost over 50 000 soldiers

35. The minister had his secretaries _______a press conference.

A. arranging

B. to arrange

C. arrange

D. arranged

36. My wife said in her letter that she would appreciate ________ from you sometime.

A. hearing

B. to hear

C. having heard

D. to have heard

37. The computer works very fast, __________ data at the speed of light.

A. handling

B. having handled

C. handled

D. handles

38. After ___________for the job, you will be required to take a language test.

A. being interviewed

B. interviewed

C. interviewing

D. having interviewed

39. Having no money but ________to know, he simply said he would go without dinner.

A. not wanting anyone

B. not to want anyone

C. wanted no one

D. to want no one

40. Mr. Johnson preferred _________ heavier work to do.

A. to be giving

B. to have given

C. to be given

D. having given

41. I remember _______ to help us if we ever got into trouble

A. once offering

B. him once offering

C. him to offer

D. to offer him

42. Everyone had an application form in his hand, but no one knew which office room________.

A. to send it to

B. to send it

C. to be sent to

D. to have it sent

43. The speech_________, a lively discussion started.

A. being delivered

B. was delivered

C. be delivered

D. having been delivered

44. _________ a teacher in a university, it is necessary to have at least a master's degree

A. To become

B. Become

C. One becomes

D. On becoming

45. It is not unusual for workers in that region ________.

A. to be paid more than a month late

B. to be paid later than mere a month

C. to pay later than a month more

D. to pay late more than a month

46. Michael used to look hurt and surprised when___________.

A. scolding

B. to scold

C. having scolded

D. scolded

47. I have no objection _______ the evening with them.

A. to spend

B. to spending

C. of spending

D. spending

48. Realizing that he hadn't enough money and ______to borrow from his father, he decided to

sell his watch.

A. not wanted

B. not to want

C. not wanting

D. wanting not

49. I would appreciate __________it a secret.

A. you to keep

B. your keeping

C. that you keep

D. that you will keep

50. Mark often attempts to escape ________ whenever he breaks traffic regulations.

A. having been fined

B. to have been fined

C. being fined

D. to be fined

51. ________ as it was at such a time, his work attracted much attention.

A. Being published

B. Published

C. Publishing

D. To be published

52. If I had remembered ________ the window, the thief would not have got in.

A. to close

B. closing

C. to have closed

D. having closed

53. Don't get your schedule _________, stay with us in this class.

A. to change

B. changing

C. changed

D. change

54. ________ the earth to be flat, many feared that Columbus would fall off the edge of the earth.

A. Having believed

B. Believing

C. Believed

D. Being believed

55. Sir Dennis, who is 78, has made it known that much of his collection__________to the nation.

A. has left

B. is to leave

C. leaves

D. is to be left

56. If I correct someone, I will do it with as much good humor and serf-restraint as if I were the one________.

A. to correct

B. correcting

C. having corrected

D. being corrected

57. The traditional approach _________with complex problems is to break them down into smaller, more easily managed problems.

A. to dealing

B. in dealing

C. dealing

D. to deal

58. There's a man at the reception desk who seems very angry and I think he means______trouble.

A. making

B. to make

C. to have made

D. having made

59. After the Arab state won independence, great emphasis was laid on expanding education with girls as well as boys ___________to go to school.

A. to be encouraged

B. been encouraged

C. being encouraged

D. be encouraged

60. I'd rather read than watch television; the programs seem __________ all the time.

A. to get worse

B. to be getting worse

C. to have got worse

D. getting worse

61. When I caught him _______me I stopped buying things there and started dealing with another shop.

A. cheating

B. cheat

C. to cheat

D. to be cheating

62. Your hair wants__________. You'd better have it done tomorrow.

A. cut

B. to cut

C. cutting

D. being cut

63. The man in the comer confessed to_________ a lie to the manager of the company.

A. have told

B. be told

C. being told

D. having told

64. Although punctual himself, the professor was quite used _________ later for his lecture.

A. to have students

B. for students' being

C. for students to be

D. to students' being

65. As early as 1647 Ohio made a decision that flee, tax-supported schools must be established in every town ________ 50 households or more.

A. having

B. to have

C. to have had

D. having had

66. People appreciate ___________with him because he has a good sense of humor.

A. to work

B. to have worked

C. working

D. having worked

67. They are going to have the serviceman __________ an electric fan in the office tomorrow.

A. install

B. to install

C. to be installed

D. installed

68. Ann never dreams of _________for her to be sent abroad very soon.

A. there to be a chance

B. there being a chance

C. there be a chance

D. being a chance

69. All things_________, the planned trip will have to be called off.

A. be considered

B. considered

C. considering

D. having considered

70. All flights _______ because of the snowstorm, many passengers could do nothing but take the train.

A. had been canceled

B. have been canceled

C. were canceled

D. having been canceled

71. __________ seeing the damage he had done, the child felt ashamed.

A. By

B. On

C. At

D. For

72. His remarks left me ________about his real purpose.

A. wondered

B. wonder

C. to wonder

D. wondering

73. The house was very quiet, ___________as it was on the side of a mountain.

A. isolated

B. isolating

C. being isolated

D. having been isolated

74. The project, _________by the end of 2000, will expand the city's telephone network to cover 1, 000, 000 users.

A. accomplished

B. being accomplished

C. to be accomplished

D. having been accomplished

75. I don’t mind _______the decision as long as it is not too late.

A. you to delay making

B. your delaying making

C. your delaying to make

D. you delay to make

76. Corn originated in the New World and thus was not known in Europe until Columbus found it _________in Cuba.

A. being cultivated

B. been cultivated

C. having cultivated

D. cultivating

77. ________ in this way, the situation doesn't seem so disappointing.

A. To look at

B. Looking at

C. looked at

D. To be looked at

78. I have no objection ________ your story again.

A. to hear

B. to hearing

C. to having heard

D. to have heard

79. You will see this product ________ wherever you go.

A. to be advertised

B. advertised

C. advertise

D. advertising

80. Peter, who had been driving all day, suggested _________ at the next town.

A. to stop

B. stopping

C. stop

D. having stopped

81. I'll never forget ________ you for the first time.

A. to meet

B. meeting

C. to have met

D. having to be meeting

82. That young man still denies ________ the fire behind the store.

A. start

B. to start

C. having started

D. to have started

83. The bank is reported in the local newspaper __________ in broad daylight yesterday.

A. being robbed

B. having been robbed

C. to have been robbed

D. robbed

84. No one had told Smith about ________ a lecture the following day.

A. there being

B. there be

C. there would be

D. there was

85. Life is a candle ________ to burn ever brighter.

A. being meant

B. meaning

C. to mean

D. meant

86. At last she left her house and got to the airport, only________ the plane flying away.

A. having seen

B. to have seen

C. saw

D. to see

87. The background music in an assembly line is designed________.

A. not being listened to

B. being not listened to

C. not to be listened to

D. to be not listened to

88. The second book was_________ by August 1952, but two years later, the end was still nowhere in sight.

A. completed

B. to have completed

C. to complete

D. to have been completed

89. The police accused him of setting fire to the building but he denied _______in the area on the night of the fire.

A. to be

B. to have been

C. having been

D. be

90. Some people viewed the findings with caution, noting that a cause-and-effect relationship between passive smoking and cancer remains ______.

A. to be shown

B. to have shown

C. to have been shown

D. being shown

三、从句

1. Prisons in some countries are short of staff, _________means each prison officer is overworked and underpaid.

A. which

B. this

C. what

D. it

2. He spoke confidently, _______impressed me most.

A. so that

B. that

C. it

D. which

3. He took down a square green bottle, ________ he poured into a dish.

A. its content

B. which content

C. the content of which

D. the content of that

4. It wasn't such a good dinner ________ she had promised us.

A. that

B. which

C. as

D. what

5. All _______ is a continuous supply of the basic necessities of life.

A. what is needed

B. for our needs

C. the thing needed

D. that is needed

6. The goals ______ he had fought all his life no longer seemed important to him.

A. after which

B. for which

C. with which

D. at which

7. ________ we have finished the course, we shall start doing more revision work.

A. For now

B. Now that

C. Ever since

D. By now

8. There is hardly an environment on earth ________ some species of animal or other has not adapted successfully.

A. to which

B. wherever

C. so that

D. as to

9. Some metals are better conductors of electricity than others, ________means that the former have atoms that contain more free electrons than the latter.

A. that

B. this

C. it

D. which

10. The time has come _______ we can make extensive use of nuclear energy

A. as

B. while

C. when

D. since

11. The minister was the person ________.

A. whom the state dinner was given in honor

B. for whom the state dinner was given honor

C. whose honour the stated dinner was given

D. in whose honour the state dinner was given

12. ________ you decide to take up, you should try to make it a success.

A. Whatever

B. Unless

C. Whenever

D. If only

13. An investigation was made into the accident, _______ fifty people were killed.

A. for that

B. where

C. when

D. in which

14. The time is not far away ____________modern communications will become widespread in China's vast countryside.

A. when

B. as

C. until

D. before

15. ________ men have learned much from the behaviour of animals is hardly new.

A. What

B. Those

C. That

D. Whether

16. A man escaped from the prison last night. It was a long time________ the guards discovered what had happened.

A. until

B. when

C. since

D. before

17. They usually have less money at the end of the month than_________at the beginning.

A. which is

B. which was

C. they have

D. it is

18. Helen was much kinder to her youngest child than she was to the others, _______, of course, made the others jealous.

A. what

B. which

C. who

D. that

19. _______ is known to the world, Mark Twain is a great American writer.

A. That

B. Which

C. It

D. As

20. The residents, ________ had been damaged by the flood, were given help by the Red Cross.

A. all whose homes

B. all their homes

C. all of whose homes

D. all of their homes

21. Language is a city, to the building of________every human being brought a stone.

A. which

B. that

C. it

D. this

22. I'll accept any job__________I don't have o get up early.

A. lest

B. as long as

C. in case

D. though

23. Not that John doesn't want to help you, _________it’s beyond his power.

A. but that

B. for that

C. and that

D. in that

24. They are teachers and don't realize_________to start and run a company.

A. what it takes

B. what takes it

C. what they take

D. what takes them

25. No matter how frequently ________, the works of Beethoven always attract large audiences.

A. performed

B. performing

C. to be performed

D. being performed

26. You will want two trees about ten feet apart, from ________ to suspend your tent.

A. there

B. them

C. where

D. which

27. In some countries, _______is called "equality" does not really mean equal rights for all people.

A. which

B. one

C. that

D. what

28. Liquids are like solids _________they have a definite volume.

A. with that

B. for that

C. in that

D. at that

29. Careful surveys have indicated that as many as 50 percent of patients do not take drugs ________directed.

A. like

B. so

C. which

D. as

30. I felt somewhat disappointed and was about to leave, __________something occurred which attracted my attention.

A. unless

B. until

C. when

D. while

31. I have kept that portrait _______ I can see it every day, as it always reminds me of my university days in London.

A. which

B. where

C. whether

D. when

32. ________ might be expected, the response to the question was very mixed

A. As

B. That

C. It

D. What

33. The little man was one meter fifty high.

A. almost more than

B. hardly more than

C. nearly more than

D. as much as

34. You see the lightning __________ it happens, but you hear the thunder later.

A. the instant

B. for an instant

C. on the instant

D. in an instant

35. The mere fact ________ most people believe nuclear war would be madness does not mean that it will not occur.

A. what

B. which

C. that

D. why

36. John seems a nice person. __________, I don't trust him.

A. Even though

B. Even so

C. Therefore

D. Though

37. ___________that my head had cleared, my brain was also beginning to work much better.

A. For

B. Now

C. Since

D. Despite

38. _________ he works hard, I don't mind when he finishes the experiment.

A. As soon as

B. As well as

C. So far as

D. So long as

39. Although he knew little about the large amount of work done in the field, he succeeded ________other more well-informed experimenters failed.

A. which

B. that

C. what

D. where

40. Living in the central Australian desert has its problems, ______obtaining water is not the least.

A. for which

B. to which

C. of which

D. in which

41. We need a chairman_________.

A. for whom everyone has confidence

B. who everyone has confidence of

C. in whom everyone has confidence

D. whom everyone has confidence on

42. Excuse me. If your call's not too urgent, do you mind ________mine first?

A. I make

B. that I make

C. me to make

D. if I make

43. The course normally attracts 20 students per year, _______ up to half will be from overseas.

A. of whom

B. for whom

C. with which

D. in which

44. These two areas are similar _______ they both have a high rainfall during this season.

A. to that

B. besides that

C. in that

D. except that

45. We'll visit Europe next year_______ we have enough money.

A. lest

B. until

C. unless

D. provided

46. I was advised to arrange for insurance I needed medical treatment.

A. nevertheless

B. although

C. in case

D. so that

47. I hope all the precautions against air pollution, _______ suggested by the local government, will be seriously considered here.

A. while

B. since

C. after

D. as

48. I've never been to Beijing, but it's the place ________.

A. where I'd like to visit

B. I most want to visit

C. in which I'd like to visit

D. that I want to visit it most

49. ________ you are leaving tomorrow, we can eat dinner together tonight.

A. For

B. Since

C. Before

D. While

50. Government reports, examination composition, legal documents and most business letters are the main situations ________ formal language is used.

A. in which

B. on which

C. in that

D. at what

51. Once they had fame, fortune, and secure futures; is utter poverty.

A. now that an is left

B. now all that is left

C. now all which is left

D. now an what is left

52. Without facts, we cannot form a worthwhile opinion for we need to have factual knowledge ________ our thinking.

A. which to be based on

B. which to base upon

C. upon which to base

D. to which to be based

53. We grow an our own fruit and vegetables, __________ saves money, of course.

A. which

B. as

C. that

D. what

54. They tried to restrict access to _________ they believed to be dangerous areas.

A. what

B. which

C. that

D. everywhere

55. This book will show the readers can be used in other contexts.

A. how that they have observed

B. that how they have observed

C. how what they have observed

D. that they have observed

56. The world's greatest sporting event, the Olympic games, upholds the amateur ideal that _______ matters is not winning but participating.

A. anything

B. it

C. what

D. everything

57. Colin married my sister and I married his brother, ________makes Colin Dad and me double in laws.

A. what

B. which

C. that

D. it

58. _________ I admit that there are problems, I don't think that they cannot be solved.

A. Unless

B. Until

C. As

D. While

59. I tried to relax because I knew I would use up my oxygen sooner ________.

A. the more excited I got

B. I got excited more

C. and more I got excited

D. and I got more excited

60. Today the public is much concerned about the way _______.

A. nature is being ruined

B. which nature is mined

C. on which to ruin nature

D. of nature to be mined

四、虚拟语气

1. This bottle is nearly empty; you_________ a lot.

A. could have drunk

B. ought to drink

C. must drink

D. must have drunk

2. Our teacher recommends that we_________ as attentive as possible when we visit the museum.

A. are

B. shall be

C. were

D. be

3. My cat would not have bitten the toy fish________ it was made of rubber.

A. if she has known

B. if she knew

C. she should have known

D. had she known

4. Mary's score on the test is the highest in her class. She__________ have studied very hard.

A. may

B. should

C. must

D. ought to

5. He suggested ________ to tomorrow's exhibition together

A. us to go

B. we went

C. we shall go

D. we go

6. With all this work on hand, he _________to the cinema last night.

A. mustn't go

B. wouldn't go

C. oughtn't to go

D. shouldn’t have gone

7. He must have had an accident, or he________ then.

A. would have been here

B. had to be here

C. should he here

D. would he here

8. It was essential that the application forms_________ back before the deadline.

A. must he sent

B. would he sent

C. be sent

D. were sent

9. It is highly desirable that a new president _________ for this college.

A. appointed

B. is appointed

C. be appointed

D. has been appointed

10. If the earth suddenly _________ spinning, we would all fly off it.

A. had stopped

B. stopped

C. has stopped

D. would stop

11. The traffic was very heavy; otherwise I ________ here 50 minutes sooner.

A. would be

B. should be

C. would have been

D. had been

12. I'm sorry Andy didn't want to go to the conference.__________ willing to go we would have paid all his expenses.

A. Being

B. Was he

C. Had he been

D. He had been

13. You _________ all those calculations! We have a computer to do that sort of thing.

A. needn't have done

B. must not have done

C. shouldn't have done

D. can not have done

14. It was suggested at the meeting that effective measures _________ to solve the problem.

A. were taken

B. be taken

C. must be taken

D. take

15. The picture exhibition bored me to death. I wish I ________ to it.

A. have not gone

B. did not go

C. had not gone

D. should not have gone

16. Even if I had known her address, I ________ time to write to her.

A. can not have had

B. will not have had

C. might not have had

D. must not have had

17. It was proposed that the matter ________ discussed at the next meeting.

A. will be

B. was

C. be

D. would be

18. He didn't go to the party, but he does wish he there.

A. would be

B. has been

C. would have been

D. had been

19. That tree looked as if it ________ for a long time.

A. hasn't watered

B. didn't water

C. hadn't been watered

D. wasn't watered

20. for your laziness, you could have finished the assignment by now

A. It were not

B. Had it not been

C. Weren't it

D. Had not it been

21. Five minutes earlier, __________we could have caught the last train.

A. so

B. or

C. but

D. and

22. We desire that the tour leader _________us immediately of any change in plans.

A. inform

B. informs

C. informed

D. has informed

23. Look at the terrible situation I am in! If only I ________ your advice.

A. follow

B. would follow

C. had followed

D. have followed

24. The manager of the hotel requests that their guests after 11:00 p.m.

A. not to play loud music

B. shouldn't play loud music

C. don't play loud music

D. couldn't play loud music

25. ________ for my illness I would have lent him a helping hand.

A. Not being

B. Had it not been

C. Without being

D. Not having been

26. To be frank, I’d rather you _________in the case.

A. will not be involved

B. not involved

C. not to be involved

D. were not involved

27. It is recommended that the project __________until all the preparations have been made.

A. not be started

B. will not be started

C. is not started

D. is not to be started

28. I wish I longer this morning, but I had to get up and come to class.

A. have slept

B. slept

C. might have slept

D. could have slept

29. We didn't know his telephone number; otherwise we _________him.

A. had telephoned

B. must have telephoned

C. would telephone

D. would have telephoned

30. It is politely requested by the hotel management that radios ________after 11 o'clock at night.

A. were not played

B. not to play

C. not be played

D. did not play

31. Jean doesn’t want to work right away because she thinks that if she _______ a job she probably wouldn't be able to see her friends very often.

A. has to get

B. were to get

C. had got

D. could have got

32. ________right now, she would get there on Sunday.

A. Would she leave

B. If she leaves

C. Were she to leave

D. If she had left

33. It's already 5 o'clock now. Don't you think it's about time_________?

A. we are going home

B. we go home

C. we went home

D. we can go home

34. ________ before we depart the day after tomorrow, we should have a wonderful dinner party.

A. Had they arrived

B. Would they arrive

C. Were they arriving

D. Were they to arrive

35. If only the committee ________ the regulations and put them into effect as soon as possible.

A. approve

B. will approve

C. can approve

D. would approve

36. Had he worked harder, he ________ the exams.

A. must have got through

B. would have got through

C. would get through

D. could get through

37. I don't think it advisable that Tim ________to the job since he has no experience.

A. is assigned

B. will be assigned

C. be assigned

D. has been assigned

38. The mad man was put in the soft-padded cell lest he _________

A. injure

B. had injured

C. injured

D. would injure

39. ________ their differences, the couple were developing an obvious and genuine affection for each other.

A. But for

B. For all

C. Above all

D. Except for

40. You don't have to be in such a hurry. I would rather you_________ on business first.

A. would go

B. will go

C. went

D. have gone

41. I'd rather you _______ make any comment on the issue for the time being.

A. didn't

B. wouldn't

C. don't

D. shouldn't

42. We are all for your proposal that the discussion _________.

A. is to be put off

B. was put off

C. should put off

D. be put off

43. If I hadn't stood under the ladder to catch you when you fell, you _________now.

A. wouldn't be smiling

B. couldn't have smiled

C. won't smile

D. didn't smile

44. Frankly speaking, I'd rather you anything about it for the time being.

A. didn't do

B. haven't done

C. don't do

D. have done

45. If the whole operation _______ beforehand, a great deal of time and money would have been lost.

A. was not planned

B. has not been planned

C. had not been planned

D. were not planned

46. As Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces, I have directed that all measures _________for our defense.

A. had been taken

B. would be taken

C. be taken

D. to be taken

47. Wouldn't you rather your child _________ to bed early?

A. go

B. went

C. would go

D. goes

48. Mike's uncle insists_________ in this hotel.

A. staying not

B. not to stay

C. that he would not stay

D. that he not stay

49. Sometimes I wish I in a different time and different place.

A. be living

B. were living

C. would live

D. would have lived

50. Some women ________ a good salary in a job instead of staying home, but they decided not to work for the sake of the family.

A. must make

B. should have made

C. would make

D. could have made

51. It is important that the hotel receptionist________ that guests are registered correctly.

A. has made sure

B. made sure

C. must make sure

D. make sure

52. The millions of calculations involved, had they been done by hand, _________ all practical

value by the time they were finished.

A. had lost

B. would lose

C. would have lost

D. should have lost

53. I ________ to him because he phoned me shortly afterwards.

A. ought to have written

B. must have written

C. couldn't have written

D. needn't have written

54. ________ for your help, we'd never have been able to get over the difficulties.

A. Had it not

B. If it were not

C. Had it not been

D. If we had not been

55. I wish to Stockholm when I was in. Sweden. I hear it's a beautiful city.

A. I went

B. I had gone

C. I have gone

D. having gone

56. I didn't send out my application form last week, but I ________.

A. had to

B. should have

C. would do

D. might have to

57. My father did not go to New York; the doctor suggested that he ________ there.

A. not to go

B. hadn't gone

C. not go

D. wouldn't go

58. Why didn't you tell me you could lend me the money? I _______ it from the bank.

A. haven't needed to borrow

B. will not need to borrow

C. needn't have borrowed

D. didn't need to borrow

59. He another career but, at the time, he didn't have enough money to attend graduate school.

A. might have chosen

B. might choose

C. had to choose

D. must have chosen

60. One of the requirements for a fire is that the material ________ to its burning temperature.

A. is heated

B. will be heated

C. be heated

D. would be heated

五、其他

1. in 1943________the harmful smog made its appearance in Los Angeles.

A. Only / that

B. It was / then

C. That it was / when

D. It was / that

2. Never before that night ________the extent of my own power.

A. had I felt

B. I felt

C. did I feel

D. I had felt

3. There is no point _______the piano, unless you practise every day.

A. to learn to play

B. in learning to play

C. by learning to play

D. having learned to play

4. Urban mothers had difficulty________ their children into childcare facilities.

A. in getting

B. to get

C. get

D. for getting

5. No agreement was reached in the discussion as neither side would give way to __________.

A. the other

B. any other

C. another

D. other

6. If you want ________ you have to get the fund somewhere.

A. that the job is done

B. the job done

C. to have done the job

D. the job that is done

7. I have two boys but of them likes sweets.

A. both

B. neither

C. either

D. none

8. Only by shouting at the top of his voice____________.

A. he was able to make himself hear

B. he was able to make himself heard

C. was he able to make himself hear

D. was he able to make himself heard

9. My sister's professor had her _________ her paper many times before allowing her to present it to the committee.

A. rewritten

B. to rewrite

C. rewrite

D. rewriting

10. she first heard of the man referred to as a specialist.

A. That was from Stephen

B. It was Stephen whom

C. It was from Stephen that

D. It was Stephen that

11. She never laughed, _________ lose her temper.

A. or she ever did

B. nor did she ever

C. or did she ever

D. nor she ever did

12. Don't have him for a friend. He's a criminal.

A. anything but

B. but for

C. rather than

D. nothing but

13. He demanded that we explain what was happening, __________?

A. hadn't we

B. didn't we

C. hadn't he

D. didn't he

14. his great wealth, he always remained a man of simple tastes.

A. Except for

B. With regard to

C. Although

D. Despite

15. He likes doing some reading at home to the cinema.

A. than to go

B. than going

C. rather than to go

D. more than going

16. San Francisco is usually cool in the summer, but Los Angeles___________.

A. is rarely

B. rarely is

C. hardly is

D. is scarcely

17. What ________would happen if the director knew you felt that way?

A. do you suppose

B. you suppose

C. will you suppose

D. you would suppose

18. How close parents are to their children ________ a strong influence on the character of the children.

A. have

B. has

C. having

D. to have

19. Orlando, a city in Florida,__________ for its main attraction Magic Kingdom

A. which is well known

B. is well known

C. well known

D. being well known

20. I have not found my book yet in fact, I am not sure ________I could have done with it.

A. whether

B. why

C. what

D. when

21. I don't swim now, but I ________ when I was a kid.

A. used to it

B. used to doing it

C. used to

D. used to do

22. The money will be used to keep a space vehicle on the moon busy ________back to the earth photographs and other information about the surface of the moon.

A. to send

B. sending

C. to be sent

D. being sent

23. Go straight into the cave and find out what's in there, ?

A. don't you

B. will you

C. do you

D. can you

24. She was so angry that she felt like ________ something at him.

A. to throw

B. throwing

C. to have thrown

D. having thrown

25. She left the reception early because she ________ get up early the next morning.

A. had to

B. might C, used to D. needed

26. Jean did not have time to go to the concert last night because she was busy for her examination.

A. to prepare

B. to be prepared

C. preparing

D. being prepared

27. Having no money but to know, he simply said he would go without dinner.

A. not to want

B. not wanting anyone

C. wanted no one .

D. to want no one

28. They usually have less money at the end of the month than _________at the beginning.

A. which is

B. which was

C. it is

D. they have

29. In the course of a day students do far more than just ________classes.

A. attend

B. attended

C. attending

D. to attend

30. She is ________ a musician than her brother.

A. more as

B. more of

C. much as

D. much of

31. I could not persuade him to accept it, ________ make him see the importance of it.

A. if only I could not

B. no more than I could

C. or I could not

D. nor could I

32. If you don’t like to swim, you ________ stay at home.

A. should as well

B. may as well

C. can as well

D. would as well

33. Radio, television and press of conveying news and information.

A. are the most three common means

B. are the three most common means

C. are the most common there means

D. are three the most common means

34. The organization had broken no rules but _________ had it acted responsibly.

A. neither

B. so

C. either

D. both

35. Young adults ________ older people are more likely to prefer pop songs.

A. other than

B. more than

C. less than

D. rather than

36. After the Arab states won independence, great emphasis was laid on expanding education, with girls as well as boys ________ to go to school.

A. to be encouraged

B. been encouraged

C. being encouraged

D. be encouraged

37. Every man in this country has the right to live where he wants to __________color of his skin.

A. with the exception of

B. in the light of

C. by virtue of

D. regardless of

38. When he arrived, he found__________ the aged and the sick at home.

A. none but

B. none other than

C. nothing but

D. no other than

39. Neither of the young men who had applied for a position in the university____________.

A. has been accepted

B. have been accepted

C. was accepted

D. were accepted

40. When I try to understand __________ that prevents so many Americans from being as happy as one might expect, it seems tome that there are two causes.

A. why it does

B. what it does

C. what it is

D. why it is

41. Americans eat ________ as they actually need every day.

A. twice protein as much

B. twice as much protein

C. protein as much twice

D. protein as twice much

42. This crap does not do well in soils________the one for which it has been specially developed.

A. outside

B. other than

C. beyond

D. rather than

43. The trumpet player was certainly loud. But I wasn't bothered by his loudness________by his lack of talent.

A. than

B. more than

C. as

D. so much as

44. Codes are a way of writing something in secret;__________, anyone who doesn't know the code will not be able to read it.

A. that is

B. worse still

C. in short

D. on the other hand

45. ________ when she started complaining.

A. Not until he arrived

B. Hardly had he arrived

C. No sooner had he arrived

D. Scarcely did he arrive

46. They'll have you _______if you don't pay your taxes.

A. to be arrested

B. arrest

C. arrested

D. being arrested

47. ________ she wondered if she had made a mistake.

A. Not until long afterwards that

B. Not long until afterwards

C. It was not until long afterwards that

D. It was long afterwards until

48. So confused that he didn't know how to start his lecture.

A. since he became

B. would he become

C. that be became

D. did he become

49. Sometimes, very young children have trouble _________ fact from fiction and may believe that such things actually exist.

A. for separating

B. to separate

C. having separated

D. separating

50. Some companies have introduced flexible working time with less emphasis on pressure_____.

A. than more on efficiency

B. and more efficiency

C. and more on efficiency

D. than efficiency

Answers for Reference

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非谓语动词

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虚拟语气

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