Manhattan 题集

Manhattan是美国一个类似XDF的教育辅导机构,网上常常直接用于指代它所出版的一系列GMAT复习资料。其备考资料在GMAT备考计划中使用广泛,考生多用来进行强化练习或巩固提升。Manhattan的书籍内容多是以理论与实践相结合的形式进行编写,前半部分主要对各个单项进行理论知识的介绍,后半部分则着重强化练习,并带有详细的题目解析,旨在帮助考生更好的理解文章含义,提升GMAT阅读的做题水平。
其中第一套共包含SC题目 90 题。

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41 Congestion pricing, the practice of charging a fee for driving into the busiest areas of a city at the busiest times; it has more support from economists than do politicians.
42 The process of digital remastering is the method by which analog sound recordings are converted to digital files, edited to remove undesirable audio artifacts introduced during analog recording, and filtered to enhance the overall quality of the sound.
43 Every workday at dawn, the patriarch of one of the city’s five richest families leaves his mansion and walks to city hall.
44 The number of them carrying the Ebola virus will increase as more and more people consume tainted bushmeat, the meat of African wild animals, and come into contact with infected apes.
45 The invention of the cotton gin, being one of the most significant developments of the nineteenth century, had turned cotton cloth into an affordable commodity; it was costly before that.
46 Critics fear that the decline in what constitutes a good secondary school education have weakened this country's standing in the world.
47 The declining number of graduate students majoring in engineering has resulted in less skilled engineers qualified to work in modern industries that have become increasingly high-tech.
48 Scientists studying the region are divided over how much of the temperature shift is due to the region's large natural variations and how much is being driven by the global buildup of carbon dioxide and other heat-trapping greenhouse gases, like those emitted by tailpipes.
49 Although many video games are situated in fantasy worlds quite unlike our own, others feature human characters that embark on careers, get married, have their own children, just as real people do.
50 In 1800, nearly 25 years after his discovering of methane gas, Alessandro Volta, the Italian physicist, had developed what would become known as the voltaic pile, the first electric battery.
51 Federal government financing is an essential key in the survival of the interstate rail system.
52 The artwork of Vincent Van Gogh, mostly paintings executed in bright colors with loose, expressive brushstrokes and drawings done in pen and ink, will be shown for the first time in minor museums where they can be appreciated by people who a trip to a major city may be too expensive for.
53 Some museums regard themselves as keepers rather than owners of art, responsible for conserving it in the present and letting it go where circumstances are auspicious to do it in the future.
54 Regular maintenance such as inflating tires, replacing air filters, and tuning the engine can not only extend the life of a vehicle, but also can boost fuel efficiency.
55 Ranging from 1,500 to 2,300 kilograms, the body mass of the white rhinoceros is typically greater than the African hippopotamus.
56 Modern-day snakes are believed to evolve from four-legged lizards, but scientists were divided over whether that phase of evolution occurred on land or in the sea; the recent discovery of fossils of a land-dwelling snake with two legs provides new information for the ongoing debate.
57 The exploding popularity of the newest generation of portable MP3 players, equipped with multiple gigabytes of memory and capable of displaying color video files, have generated a huge cottage industry to satisfy the growing demand of accessories for the players.
58 The lawyers for the patent holder pressed the federal judge to impose an injunction against the hardware manufacturer, arguing that they should take immediate action in order to prevent further economic damages against their client.
59 Samurai warriors of ancient Japan were expected to be expert combatants who employed both skill and honor on the battlefield, as well as cultured citizens who were well-versed in literature and the arts.
60 Using a small camera through an incision in the knee, a procedure called a menisectomy allows an orthopedic surgeon to remove torn cartilage.

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