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Ace the GED GED-Reading Exam: Ultimate Preparation Guide

Questions 21

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GED-Reading Question 21

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Based on Haldar’s character as revealed in this excerpt, what is he probably like as a father?

Options:

A.

self-critical

B.

well-intentioned

C.

judgmental

D.

indifferent

E.

playful

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Questions 22

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GED-Reading Question 22

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Because of this experience with Minnie Foster, Mrs. Hale will likely, in the future, be more aware of which one of the following?

Options:

A.

the troubles of her neighbors

B.

the loneliness of her own life

C.

the needs of her children

D.

the importance of sewing and chores

E.

the crimes committed nearby

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Questions 23

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GED-Reading Question 23

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In lines 20–23 of the memo, what does Mr. Hartman imply about employees and their identification cards?

Options:

A.

Employees have not been wearing their identification cards.

B.

The Security Unit will wear different identification cards.

C.

Employees will be getting new identification cards.

D.

Suspicious persons will be required to display identification cards.

E.

New employees will be added to the Security Unit.

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Questions 24

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GED-Reading Question 24

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To be funny, the narrator exaggerates the truth. Which of the following is an example of an exaggeration?

Options:

A.

Some people need glasses to read.

B.

It is harder for older people to climb stairs.

C.

Some people prefer to stay at home at night.

D.

The narrator has difficulty hearing people read aloud.

E.

Revolving doors revolve much faster than they used to.

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Questions 25

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GED-Reading Question 25

What emotion do the people share with the fish when they are "peering, peering there" (line 10)?

Options:

A.

happiness

B.

loneliness

C.

curiosity

D.

distress

E.

anxiety

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Questions 26

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GED-Reading Question 26

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Based on how she behaves in this excerpt, what kind of person is Maud Martha?

Options:

A.

arrogant

B.

gloomy

C.

petty

D.

silly

E.

kind

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Questions 27

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GED-Reading Question 27

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What is the effect of describing the weather during the family dinner (lines 24–27)?

Options:

A.

to make the night seem welcoming

B.

to emphasize Tante Atie’s wisdom

C.

to show the gruff nature of the grandmother

D.

to reflect the struggle of the women’s lives

E.

to make the women raise their voices

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Questions 28

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GED-Reading Question 28

What is suggested about the grandmothers in the line “With veins rolling roughly over quick hands” (line 9)?

Options:

A.

They talk mainly with hand gestures.

B.

They are active and energetic regardless of their age.

C.

They are more capable than when they were younger.

D.

They have completely changed the direction of their lives.

E.

They are displeased with their memories and work hard to forget.

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Questions 29

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GED-Reading Question 29

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In lines 10–11, a dream deferred is compared to "a heavy load" that "just sags." What does this comparison suggest about those who must defer their dreams?

It suggests that some people who must defer their dreams may feel

Options:

A.

depressed

B.

passionate

C.

excited

D.

fearful

E.

angry

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Questions 30

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GED-Reading Question 30

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How can someone “taste and smell the stars” (line 9)?

Options:

A.

studying astronomy

B.

living by society’s rules

C.

ignoring the needs of others

D.

reaching out for all life has to offer

E.

viewing both old and new movies

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Exam Code: GED-Reading
Exam Name: GED Reasoning Through Language Arts
Last Update: Jun 25, 2024
Questions: 240

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