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Questions 31

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GED-Reading Question 31

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Why did the author trade in “the microscope for a macro lens and the telescope for a telephoto” (lines 13–16)?

Options:

A.

needed to use newer equipment in his job

B.

was going to become a marine biologist

C.

would need different equipment for his new job

D.

suspected that animals would be frightened by microscopes and telescopes

E.

had never used a microscope or telescope before

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Questions 32

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GED-Reading Question 32

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What is the main reason Mrs. Hale has not visited this house previously?

Options:

A.

She was spending time at Mrs. Peters’ house.

B.

She was never invited to visit.

C.

She wanted to visit when John Wright was not at home.

D.

She found the house frightening and solitary.

E.

She was reluctant to converse with anybody.

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Questions 33

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GED-Reading Question 33

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Which of the following phrases indicates that the Bank is trying not to upset the employees?

Options:

A.

“no evidence that the threat to the Bank staff has increased” (line 8)

B.

“implement a Crisis Management plan” (line 10)

C.

“required to attend a special, short security briefing” (lines 13–14)

D.

“enhance the security of these vulnerable areas” (line 16)

E.

“benefit from the enhanced safety and security that they will bring” (lines 24–25)

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Questions 34

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GED-Reading Question 34

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When Florence announces that she is leaving for New York, both Gabriel and Ma react negatively but for different reasons.

What does Gabriel imply about his reason when he says, "you going to walk off and leave your mother–just like that?" (lines 59–61)?

Options:

A.

He is happy that Florence is leaving.

B.

He doubts that Florence will really leave.

C.

He is proud of Florence’s sense of independence.

D.

He feels that Florence has some obligation to Ma.

E.

He believes that Florence is sneaking away with a boyfriend.

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Questions 35

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GED-Reading Question 35

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When did Helen Keller first become aware of the approaching storm?

Options:

A.

when she heard the crashing thunder

B.

when her teacher told her the storm was coming

C.

when she felt the air grow cooler

D.

when she felt the rain on her face

E.

when she saw the dark clouds approaching

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Questions 36

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GED-Reading Question 36

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Later in the story, the teacher says, "You have to believe to be a teacher." How does this statement differ from the teacher’s feelings in this excerpt?

Options:

A.

excitement

B.

hope

C.

accomplishment

D.

competition

E.

humor

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Questions 37

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GED-Reading Question 37

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In lines 23–25, the author states that Makeba "helped popularize ‘African jazz,’ a melding of jazz with traditional African folk music." What did Makeba do with the two different kinds of music?

Options:

A.

fixed them

B.

blended them

C.

explained each

D.

separated them

E.

painted each separately

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Questions 38

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GED-Reading Question 38

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When Amanda says, "I can see the handwriting on the wall . . . It’s terrifying!" (lines 16–18), what does she mean?

Options:

A.

She knows Tom wants to leave her and Laura.

B.

The writing on the apartment walls is threatening.

C.

She fears for Tom’s safety.

D.

Laura has told her she wants to get married.

E.

She has supernatural power to predict the future.

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Questions 39

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GED-Reading Question 39

Which statement best describes the activities of the grandmothers in the poem?

Options:

A.

They did little else besides farm the land.

B.

They devoted themselves to writing down their memories.

C.

They entertained each other with songs that they had composed.

D.

They carried out physical labors of farming and nurturing activities of home.

E.

They spent most of their time talking about their philosophy of life.

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Questions 40

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GED-Reading Question 40

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In line 12, the narrator describes writing as "pure pleasure." What reason does she give for this statement?

Options:

A.

improves her grades

B.

keeps her in touch with relatives

C.

is a way to rebel against her culture

D.

provides an escape from her reality

E.

helps her to avoid socializing with others

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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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