高三英语经典错题 1.“Both of the students can not work out this problem.” means “___”. A.The two students can not work out this problem B.Not all the students can work out this problem C.One student c
an work out this problem, but the other can’t D.Neither of the two students can work out this problem 2.Sam made the cards himself ___ to his friends ___ money. A. send … so as to save B. to send … in order to save C. to send … for saving D. send … for saving 3. A: Do you think it’s going to rain over the weekends? B: ___. A. I don’t believe B. I don’t believe it C. I believe not so D. I believe not 4. You can’t find such a museum ___. A. everywhere but in Shanghai B. anywhere but in Shanghai C. in everywhere but Shanghai D. in any other city besides Shanghai 5. My friend, who ___ on the International Olympic Committee for long years, is retiring next mo nth. A. served B. is serving C. had served D. has served 6. The brook lies within ___ of the train station. A. ten-minute-ride B. ten minutes ride C. ten minute’s ride D. ten minutes’ ride 7. What ___ to get the wild idea out of his head without hurting his feelings? A. you suggest B. do you suggest I do C. do you suggest I will do D. you suggest I should do 8. I hear ___ boys in your school like playing football in their spare time, though others prefer bas ketball. A. quite a lot B. quite a few C. quite a bit D. quite a little 9. The servant broke the vase that I ___ for around twenty years. A. had have B. had kept C. had taken D. had bought 10. In Australia he watched a lot of television ___ a very practical knowledge of the English langu age. A. get B. to get C. getting D. got 11. The worker checked __ car with great care, and found there was something wrong with the hea d-light. A. Jack and Jane’s B. Jack’s and Jane’s C. the Jack and Jane’s D. the Jack’s and Jane’s 12. Mrs. Castrol is the only one of those women who ___ “Hamlet” is one of the best plays that __ _ ever been written. A. think … have B. thinks … has C. think … has D. thinks … have 13. If you go on letting your dog ___ after cars, he’ll end up by ___ over. A. to run, running B. running, running C. run, running D. run, being run 14. If city noises ___ from increasing, people ___ shout to be heard even at the dinner table 20 yea rs from now. A. are not kept … will have to B. do not kept … will have to
C. are not kept … have D. do not keep … have to 15. There are twenty people in the medical team, ___. A. three nurses included B. which including three nurses C. that includes three nurses D. three of them are nurses 16. I am afraid what you have suggested can’t help ___ their reading ability a great deal. A. improving B. improve C. for improving D. by improving 17. I won’t stay ___ bed all day; I’ll just lie down ___ the bed for half an hour. A. in, on B. on, in C. in, in D. on, on 18. The official pointed out the damage ___ he supposed ___ had been done by last night’s storm. A. which, that B. that, which C. which, / D. /, / 19. The hurricane damaged many houses and business buildings; ___, it caused 20 deaths. A. or else B. therefore C. after all D. besides 20. What ___ would happen if your mother knew you felt that way? A. you suppose B. do you suppose C. will you suppose D. you would suppose 21. ___ to go out alone, the retired minister had to go for a walk with several policemen ___ him. A. Warning not, followed B. Not warning, followed C. Warned not, following D. Not warned, following 22. The great scientist devoted all his life ___ hidden law in Nature. A. to search for the B. to searching the C. to the search for the D. to search 23. If there were no subjunctive mood, English ___ much easier. A. will be B. would have been C. could have been D. would be 24. ___ a reply, he decided to write again. A. Not having received B. Receiving not C. Not received D. Having not received 25. The bottle of milk was only ___ when I took it out of the fridge. A. as full as one fourth B. full as one fourth C. one-fourth as full D. one fourth full 26. Anyone can become a better scholar if he or she ___. A. wants to become B. wants to do C. wants to be D. wants to 27. Is the matter ___ that you wouldn’t even stop for just a minute to consider it? A. of so little importance B. such little important C. so little important D. such little importance 28. The office was in darkness ___ the light over his desk. A. except B. except for C. besides D. rather than 29. There are not ___ days before our vacation. A. much more B. little more C. few more D. many more 30. When drinking from a well, ___ mustn’t forget ___ who dug ___. A. one, those, it B. you, them, it C. you, those, them D. one, them, one 31. ___ by his last illness, I felt sure that another winter in this country would probably kill him. A. As he was weakened B. Having been weakened C. Weakened D. Being weakened 32. ___ a long way to the town, so ___ a long way to go yet before we arrive at our destination. A. It’s, there’s B. There’s, it’s C. It’s, it’s D. There’s, there’s 33. A: Come in, Peter. I want to show you something.
B: Oh, how nice of you. I ___ you ___ to bring me a gift. A. never … are going B. never thought … were going C. didn’t think … had gone D. hadn’t thought … were going 34. Around half of the students in the college ___ all kinds of scholarships. A. has been awarded B. will reward C. will be awarded D. is to reward 35. Sam is a clever boy, but, ___, he makes many mistakes in spelling. A. besides B. furthermore C. on the other hand D. however 36. Though he was alone at home, he felt ___ lonely. A. anything but B. nothing but C. all but D. everything but 37. –When do we need to pay the balance? --___ September 30. A. In B. By C. During D. within 38. I can’t concentrate ___ my lessons unless I’m relieved ___ the worry. A. at … from B. on … with C. on … of D. with … of 39. The water ___ cool when I jumped into the pool for morning exercises. A. was felt B. is felt C. felt D. feels 40. It is ___ dangerous for children to play with matches. A. more B. most C. the more D. the most 41. ___ left, it doesn’t seem likely that I will be able to finish the work before the deadline. A. Having so short time B. Having such a short time C. With so short time D. With such a short time 42. The coffee I drank before going to bed ___ almost all night. A. kept me wide awake B. kept me awaking widely C. left me waking wide C. made me widely awake 43. There were a lot of people standing at the door and the small girl couldn’t get ___. A. between B. through C. across D. beyond 44. In his time, he enjoyed a reputation ___. A. as great as Mozart, if not greater than B. as great as if not greater than, Mozart C. as great, if not greater, as Mozart D. greater, if not as great as Mozart 45. He doesn’t want ___ that he’s failed in the exam. A. to be known B. him to be known C. that to be known D. it to be known 46. ___ he could see, not a single piece of furniture was worth a five-pound note. A. Now that B. As long as C. Such as D. As far as 47. Susan stood there ___ her eyes on the headmaster, not ___ any questions. A. fixing … dare ask B. fixing … daring to ask C. fixed … dare to ask D. fixed … daring ask 48. He suggested ___ me that we should pay her ___ dollars. A. to, in B. /, in C. to, for D. /, for 49. When you read a book, you’d better make a mark ___ you have any questions. A. at which B. at where C. there place where D. where 50. All ___ he wants ___ nothing but books. A. what … is B. that … is C. which … are D. that … are
51. ___ he sometimes punishes me, yet I will trust in him. A. Despite B. In spite of C. Although D. Now that 52. ___, she is not exactly fat, but rather well-built for her age. A. When the doctor puts it B. When it is put by the doctor C. As is it put by the doctor D. As the doctor puts it 53. At no time ___ was happening around him. A. the President was aware of what B. was the President aware of what C. the President was aware that D. was the President aware that 54. I won’t tell the student the answer to the math problem until he ___ on it for more than an hour. A. has been working B. will have worked C. will have been working D. had worked 55. The water of the Great Salt Lake is ___ seawater. A. saltier than that of B. as salty as that of C. so salty as D. saltier than 1~5 CBDBD 6~10 DBBBB 11~15 ADDAA 16~20 BACDB 21~25 CCDAD 26~30 DABDA 31~35 AABCC 36~40 ABCCB 41~45 DABBD 46~50 DBADB 51~55 CDBAD