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Questions 11

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GED-Reading Question 11

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How does Miss Cooper react to Sibyl’s protest that she is a freak?

Options:

A.

shyly

B.

angrily

C.

reasonably

D.

humorously

E.

defensively

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Questions 12

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GED-Reading Question 12

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What character trait of the speaker is revealed in line 12, "Down in the flood of remembrance, I weep like a child for the past"?

Options:

A.

nostalgic about his childhood memories

B.

fearful of the musician

C.

frustrated with the music

D.

loyal to his brothers and sisters

E.

fearless of the future

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Questions 13

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GED-Reading Question 13

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What can the reader infer from Boy Willie’s statement, "Maretha don’t need to be playing on nopiano.She can play on the guitar" (lines 32-34)?

Options:

A.

He doesn’t trust his sister to train Maretha adequately.

B.

He values developing the potential talents of children.

C.

He sees his need as more important than hers.

D.

His mother often used the piano as a punishment.

E.

He prefers to hear his niece sing to the accompaniment of a guitar.

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Questions 14

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GED-Reading Question 14

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Later in the excerpt, Diana names the cat “The Tiger.” Which quotation from the excerpt links his behavior with his name?

Options:

A.

“a cat will gallop for shelter” (lines 15–16)

B.

“He screeched like a Billingsgate fishwife” (lines 32–33)

C.

“He clawed at his captor” (lines 37–38)

D.

“his tail has been run over” (lines 56–57)

E.

“this one is special” (lines 62–63)

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Questions 15

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GED-Reading Question 15

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In 1960, Makeba saw her music as reflecting her own personal experiences.Based on the information in the excerpt, how did some other people view her music?

Options:

A.

Americanized

B.

distant

C.

commercial

D.

childlike

E.

political

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Questions 16

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GED-Reading Question 16

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Why are the opinions of Ted Fraser and David Pelly presented in this excerpt?

Options:

A.

to give authority to the view that Annaqtuusi’s work is important

B.

to show that the author knows many important people

C.

to present two opposing views on the subject

D.

to add humor to an otherwise serious article

E.

to make more people want to buy Inuit artworks

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Questions 17

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GED-Reading Question 17

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Suppose that as an adult, the narrator had a niece who didn’t like school. Based on the way the narrator handles her family problem in this excerpt, what advice would the narrator probably give to her niece about handling the problem at school?

Options:

A.

find something she loves to do after school

B.

be as mean to the teacher as the teacher is to her

C.

incite her classmates to revolt against the teacher

D.

confront the teacher with her demands for change

E.

request that a counselor meet with herself and the teacher

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Questions 18

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GED-Reading Question 18

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At Mrs. Cowey’s parties, Theobald "was almost immediately cut out by other young men less bashful than himself" (lines 34–36) if he ever got near a pretty girl. What does this fact imply about his relationship with the other young men?

Options:

A.

are afraid of him

B.

do not respect him

C.

think he’s a daredevil

D.

admire his intelligence

E.

enjoy his companionship

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Questions 19

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GED-Reading Question 19

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Suppose Lin Tao-tao disagreed with a classmate about the color to use on a poster project they were doing. Based on how she was able to suggest a solution in this excerpt, what might she do in the poster disagreement?

Options:

A.

insist on her own way

B.

suggest a third color they could use

C.

erase the classmate’s color

D.

seek out a new partner

E.

complain to the teacher

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Questions 20

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GED-Reading Question 20

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Later in the story, Florence reunites with Gabriel, and they form a strong emotional bond. What does this additional information suggest about the family situation during the time described in this excerpt?

Options:

A.

Florence and Gabriel are the same age.

B.

As a child, Gabriel preferred to be alone.

C.

Florence never should have left home.

D.

Ma caused tension that interfered with relationships.

E.

Florence and Gabriel often plotted together against Ma.

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Exam Code: GED-Reading
Exam Name: GED Reasoning Through Language Arts
Last Update: Jun 15, 2024
Questions: 240

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