第二章 用法／技巧（ Usage/Mechanics）
第二节 基础语法和用法（ Grammar and Usage）
第三节 句子结构Sentence Structure
1.残缺句（ Sentence Fragment）
2.不断句（ Run-on Sentence）
4.时态统- （Tense Agreement）
5.逗号粘连错误（ Comma Splice）
第三章 修辞技巧（ Rhctorical Skills）
2.满足作者意图题（ Fulfill Writer's Goal）
3.具体细节题（ Specific Details）
2.位置选择题（The Best Placement）
4.逻辑顺序排列（ Logical Order）
附录A Sample English Test Questions-Test 1
附录B Sample English Test Questions-Answers to Test l
附录C Sample English Test Questions-Test 2
附录D Sample English Test Questions-Answers to Test 2
附录E ACT English Vocabulary
5.The best answer is C. It offers the clearest, most concise wording for thissentence. "Everything depended on the tides, " is a precise, clear statementthat avoids unnecessary or confusing words.The best answer is NOT:
A because the meaning of the statement "Everything was subservient to thedisposal of the tides" is not clear. In particular, the use of the phrase "thedisposal of the tides" makes no sense in the context of the sentence.B because the statement "Everything was defenseless in the face of thetides" is convoluted and wordy. In addition, the meaning is unclear.D because it creates an unclear statement: "Everything trusted in the tides. "The word Everything refers back to the household schedule. It makes nosense to say that the household schedule has the ability to trust.
6. The best answer is G. This is the best introductory sentence because the restof this new paragraph explains how "the phases of the moon" affected a"complete cycle of tides. " The
ther choices do not logically lead into thisexplanation of what causes high and low tides.
The best answer is NOT:
F because this new paragraph is about the relationship between the moonand the tides. The rest of the paragraph does not further develop the pointthat the narrator had respect for her mother, as this choice suggests.H Although this choice does mention the relationship between the moon andthe tides （ the mzun topic of the new paragraph）, it is a poor transition fromthe preceding paragraph, which concludes with a description of the motheron the bridge at high tide.