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2022年3月GRE内地考试机经真题回顾解析
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2022年3月GRE内地考试机经真题回顾解析

3月13日&19日内地的考试如期结束,我们将同学们的回忆题目进行了筛选和整理。这些都是非常重要的高频题。希望大家认真完成下面题目,为自己的考试做好准备。美研GRE

填空部分

6-4 So(i)_____ is the reputation of the city’s police force for(ii)_____ that whenever a new police chief take office,he or she routinely promises to clean up the force.

56-10 For parents,the pleasure of letting children choose which book to read aloud together is not always _____:I well remembered my inner groans when my child would constantly pick my least favorite book from the shelf.

A.intangible

B.enduring

C.impalpable

D.unalloyed

E.ephemeral

F.unqualified

138-5 The chocolate company's scientists hoped that once they had(i)_____ the chemical makeup of cocoa beans,the knowledge would enable them to produce(ii)_____ the beans'taste,which could then be used to(iii)_____ future failures in the cocoa bean supply.

80-4 Each new generation of students grow up(i)_____ the world of classical physics,with its mostly intuitive,billiard-ball causality;that is the everyday vantage from which we approach the alien world of quantum physics,which has for this reason never lost its air of(ii)_____.

23-3 The school system’s modest plan for curriculum improvements has(i)_____ local educators:some call it(ii)_____ effort,while others say it is a pragmatic approach given the complexity of the task.

40-5 Applications of the Endangered Species Act(ESA)have fared best in contexts in which habitat condition is closely linked to species condition and the cause of habitat degradation is easily identified.The achievements of the ESA in those contexts,however,have(i)_____ that other uses of the act can(ii)_____ that record even where such favorable conditions do not(iii)_____.

155-6 The obsidian found across the Pungaere-Upokorau area in New Zealand has previously been thought to come from two distinct sites(Pungaere and Waiare),but considering that the visual characteristics and chemical composition of the obsidian in the area are so(i)_____,there is no reason to continue regarding Waiare as(ii)_____ source,especially in view of the fact that finds of obsidian near Waiare settlement and in the Waiare Stream are(iii)_____. GRE填空

88-6 Many historians of the ancient world are wary of sounding(i)_____.Write so much as a sentence and the temptation is immediately to(ii)_____ it.Even in cases when the sources for a given event are(iii)_____,uncertainties and discrepancies crop up everywhere.

阅读部分

真经GRE阅读机经365篇-Passage 2

As it was published in 1935,Mules and Men,Zora Neale Hurston's landmark collection of folktales,may not have been the book that its author first had in mind.In this anthropological study,Hurston describes in detail the people who tell the stories,often even inserting herself into the storytelling scene.Evidently,however,Hurston had prepared another version,a manuscript that was recently discovered and published after having been forgotten since 1929.This version differs from Mules and Men in that it simply records stories,with no descriptive or interpretive information.

While we cannot know for certain why Hurston’s original manuscript went unpublished during her lifetime,it may have been because publishers wanted something more than a transcription of tales.Contemporary novelist and critic John Edgar Wideman has described Black literature as the history of a writing that sought to escape its frame,in other words,as the effort of Black writers to present the stories of Black people without having to have a mediating voice to explain the stories to a non-Black audience.In this,Hurston may have been ahead of her time.

1.Select the sentence that suggests a possible reason why Hurston wrote the version of Mules and Men that was published in 1935.

2.The passage suggests that Hurston may have done which of the following in preparing her original version?

A.Discussed her mode of presentation with her publisher before writing the first draft,in order to reduce the possibility of misunderstanding.

B.Shortened her presentation of the stories to the bare minimum in order to be able to present more folklore material.

C.Put it aside for several decades in order to maximize its potential audience when it was published.

D.Reluctantly agreed to reshape it in order to take out various elements with which her publisher had been dissatisfied.

E.Chose not to include editorial commentary,in order to present the stories on their own terms.

真经GRE阅读机经365篇-Passage 307

More than two decades after the death of George Balanchine,the choreographer's legacy is strangely unclear.In part this is because ballet has shallow roots in American culture.When Balanchine arrived in the United States in 1933,American ballet was little more than a vaudeville act.During the next 50 years,he raised American ballet to an internationally recognized art,producing an impressive body of great ballets and laying a foundation for generations to come—or so it was thought at the time of his death.But dance has no written tradition and disappears easily from collective memory:unless Balanchine's dances are alive and interesting now,we are likely to forget why they ever seemed so important.

Consider each of the choices separately and select all that apply.

1.It can be inferred that the author of the passage would probably agree with which of the following statements about ballet's lack of a written tradition?

A.This lack is one reason that ballet has shallow roots in American culture.

B.This lack makes it imperative that a ballet be performed regularly for it to remain alive.

C.This lack makes it more difficult to preserve a particular ballet in the public's consciousness.

2.The passage suggests that at the time of Balanchine's death,many people thought which of the following about Balanchine's work? GRE阅读

A.There was little danger that Balanchine's work would be forgotten.

B.It was unlikely that Balanchine's body of work would ever be equaled.

C.Balanchine’s work had only shallow roots in American culture.

D.Balanchine’s work was difficult to understand due to the lack of a written balletic tradition.

E.Balanchine’s work made work by other American choreographers look like a vaudeville act.

真经GRE阅读机经365篇-Passage 302

While captive orangutans learn to use tools,wild orangutans have not been observed doing so until recently when researchers witnessed orangutans near Suaq Balimbing in Sumatra using tools to extract insects from tree holes and seeds from the Neesia fruitWhat explains this population's tool use?It is doubtful that the Suaq orangutans are intrinsically smarter:captive orangutans have demonstrated that the species has the brain capacity to use tools.Another explanation is environmental.While previously studied orangutans mostly inhabited dry forests,the Suaq orangutans inhabit a lush swamp where insects flourish in tree holes and Neesia fruit is abundant.However,orangutans in other habitats where Neesia grows do harvest the seeds,but without tools they obtain fewer than do the Suaq orangutans.

1.The passage mentions"orangutans in other habitats where Neesia grows"primarily in orderto

A.explain why orangutans living in dry forests apparently do not use tools to obtain foods

B.propose an alternative to the environmental explanation for Suaqorangutans'tool use

C.demonstrate how environment may influence orangutan populations'brain capacity

D.contrast the food preferences of the Suaq orangutans with those of orangutans living in other habitats

E.Suggest that the Suaq orangutans'tool use cannot be explained merely by the availability of certain foods in their habitat

Consider each of the choices separately and select all that apply.

2.The passage suggests which of the following about orangutans that live mostly in dry forests?

A.They probably use some tools,though this tool use has not been observed by researchers

B.They dislike the foods that the orangutans living near Suaq Balimbing prefer.

C.They probably have the same capacity for tool use as have orangutans living near Suaq Balimbing.

真经GRE阅读机经365篇-Passage 168

A hoard of coins recently unearthed at an ancient Carthagian site bear an image of a face in profile with what appears to be a large mole on the cheek.Pointing out that an artist would be unlikely to include such a specific detail in a generalized portrayal of a face,some archaeologists have concluded that these coins portray an actual individual rather than an idealized type.However,this conclusion is unwarranted,since ______.

Which of the following most logically completes the argument?

A.archaeologists cannot determine the actual identity of the individual portrayed just from the likeness that appears on the coins

B.it cannot be established with certainty that Carthagian artists were on the whole less skillful at portraying human face than artists of other cultures

C.none of the other designs of Carthagian coins that have been discovered features a face with a mole on it

D.in ancient times it was quite common for the money circulated in a city or country to include coins that originated in other jurisdictions.

E.the relatively soft metal used for Carthagian coin molds sometimes resulted in the production of series of coins with unintended bumps

真经GRE阅读机经365篇-Passage 341

Because densely populated urban centers concentrate human activity,we think of them as pollution crisis zones.Ecology-minded discussions often focus on ways to make cities seem somewhat less oppressively man-made,such as increasing the area devoted to 40 parks or easing the intensity of development.But most such changes would actually undermine cities’extraordinary energy efficiency.Per unit of area,cities in the United States generate more greenhouse gases,use more energy,and produce more solid waste than most other American regions of comparable size.On a map depicting negative environmental impacts in relation to surface area,therefore,cities would look like intense hot spots.If you plotted the same negative impacts by resident or household,however,the reverse would hold. 美国研究生GRE

1.Which of the following best expresses the main idea of the passage?

A.Increasing the space devoted to parks in urban areas would not necessarily make cities seem less man-made.

B.Because they are densely populated,cities tend to have a disproportionately negative impact on the environment.

C.Although densely populated cities are relatively energy efficient,they are still the largest contributors to environmental pollution.

D.Decreasing the density of urban populations might in some respects worsen their environmental impact.

E.The extraordinary energy efficiency of cities suggests that concerns about the environment in urban areas may be unwarranted.

Consider each of the choices separately and select all that apply.

2.The passage implies that in the United States relatively sparsely populated areas exceed cities in per capita rate of

A.solid-waste production’

B.intensity of development

C.greenhouse-gas emissions

真经GRE阅读机经365篇-Passage 160

The Great Sphinx is a huge statue in Egypt that has a lion’s body with a man’s head.The face of the Sphinx has long been claimed to be that of pharaoh Khafre,who lived around 2600 B.C.,but it cannot be:erosion patterns recently discovered on the lion’s legs can only have been caused by heavy rains,and the Sahara has not had heavy rains in over 10,000 years.

Which of the following,if true,most seriously weakens the argument?

A.The face of the Sphinx bears a resemblance to the faces on certain stylized statues dating from both before and after the reign of Khafre.

B.Other erosion patterns that appear on the body of the Sphinx are of a sort that could be caused by wind and sand alone

C.Other than the Sphinx,there are no surviving sculptures that have been claimed to portray the face of Khafre.

D.In the last 10,000 years the climate of Egypt has been so dry that even rains that are not heavy have been extremely infrequent.

E.The face of the Sphinx is small relative to the rest of the head,indicating that the face may have been recarved long after the Sphinx was built.

2022年3月GRE内地考试机经真题回顾解析

写作部分

3月份写作ETS考察了以下题号

Issue题库题号:15/21/32/78/133

Argument题库题号:12/14/15/33/64

数学部分

1.三台打印机1,2,3,共同完成一项工作需要9小时,如果只有2和3工作,完成这项工作需要12小时,问如果只有1工作的话,完成这项工作需要多少时间。

2.Let n be a nonnegative integer such that when 6n is divided by 75,the remainder is 30.Which of the following is a list of all possible remainders when 7n is divided by 75? GRE数学

A.5,35

B.10,55

C.35,60

D.5,30,55

E.10,35,60

3.The probability that event A will occur is 0.8,and the probability that event B will occurs is 0.6.If x is the probability that events A and B will both occur,which of the following must be true?

A.0.0≤x≤0.2

B.0.2≤x≤0.4

C.0.4≤x≤0.6

D.0.6≤x≤0.8

E.0.8≤x≤1.0

4.Larry and Tony work for different companies.Larry’s salary is the 90th percentile of the salaries in his company,and Tony’s salary is the 70th percentile of the salaries in his company.Which of the following statements individually provide(s)sufficient additional information to conclude that Larry’s salary is higher than Tony’s salary?Indicate all such statements.

A.The average(arithmetic mean)salary in Larry’s company is higher than the average salary in Tony’s company.

B.The median salary in Larry’s company is equal to the median salary in Tony’s company.

C.The 80th percentile salary in Larry’s company is higher than the 70th percentile salary in Tony’s company.

5.If n is a positive integer,which of the following CANNOT be the units digit of 2^n-1?

A.1

B.3

C.5

D.7

E.9

6.The odds against the occurrence of an event are defined to be the ratio of the probability that the event will not occur to the probability that the event will occur.

An integer is to be selected at random from the set of integers from k to n,where k<n.The odds against the event that the integer selected will be an even integer are 1 to 0.95.Which of the following could be the integers k and n,respectively?

A.13 and 33

B.14 and 33

C.15 and 33

D.16 and 55

E.17 and 55

7.For the cars parked in a parking lot,the range of their odometer readings is 52,000 kilometers.Two of the odometer readings are 66,000 kilometers and 84,000 kilometers.Which of the following values could be the odometer reading,in kilometers,of one of the cars in the parking lot?

Indicate all such values.

A.10,000

B.30,000

C.60,000

D.90,000

E.120,000

F.140,000

8.List L consists of the integers from 1 to 99 and two integers C and D such that C+D=100 and CD<0.

Which of the following statements must be true?

Indicate all such statements.

A.The average(arithmetic mean)of the numbers in L is equal to the median of the numbers in L.

B.The range of the numbers in L is greater than 100.

C.The range of the numbers in L is less than 200.

9.0<a<b<c<d<e且都是整数,问a,b,c,d,e和a+1,b,c,d,e—1的标准方差的大小关系。

10.p=n^2+1,p是质数,n是整数,比较p和17的大小关系。

11.0.abcde是一个循环小数(abcde是5个不同的数字,数位abcde循环),然后这个数字=1/X,X是一个正整数,问X和83的大小关系。美国硕士研究生

12.小区每天送104份报纸,其中要3份报纸的家庭数量是要1份报纸的家庭数量的2倍,要2份报纸的家庭数量是要1份报纸家庭数量的3倍,问要2份报纸的家庭数量是多少?

13.n是偶数,nj表示n以前所有的正偶数的乘积,例如18j=18×16×14×…×2,求22j+20j的最大质因数是多少。

14.n条电话线,每条接不通的概率是0.3,每条独立。问要有多少条电话线可以保证至少有一条接通的概率在0.99以上?

15.1/a+1/b=1/c,a+b=20,a,b,c都是正数,c可能是下面哪个值?(不定项选择)

A.4

B.8

C.12


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