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Ace the GED GED-Reading Exam: Ultimate Preparation Guide

Questions 41

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GED-Reading Question 41

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When Anatou protests that she has no magical power, Tarto answers by saying, “Don’t you want to? Don’t you want to help us, Anatou?” (lines 20–21). What do Tarto’s words reveal?

Options:

A.

is telling the truth

B.

really has magical powers

C.

is preparing to leave them

D.

has found a secret food source

E.

wants to protect her family

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Questions 42

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GED-Reading Question 42

What is the speaker referring to when she says she will be “Gone far away into the silent land” (line 2)?

Options:

A.

traveling

B.

death

C.

hearing loss

D.

night

E.

achievement

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Questions 43

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GED-Reading Question 43

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In her book THE ARGUMENT OFCULTURE, the author claims that "the modern culture is far too critical—many prefer to shout down . . . the opposition points of view rather than listen to them."

Based on the information above and the information in the passage, which of the following best summarizes the author’s view about criticism?

Options:

A.

Criticism is usually easy to accept.

B.

Criticism needs to be presented carefully.

C.

Criticism is far too often ignored by the recipient.

D.

Criticism is always harsh and damaging.

E.

Criticism changes over time.

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Questions 44

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GED-Reading Question 44

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Which one of the following techniques does the author rely on most to tell the story?

Options:

A.

conversation between characters

B.

description of the surroundings

C.

one character’s inner thoughts

D.

quotations from famous knights

E.

retelling episodes from the past

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Questions 45

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GED-Reading Question 45

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Granny’s name is "Weatherall"Based on the information about her in the excerpt, why is this a good name for her?

Options:

A.

found the best memories to keep her happy

B.

discovered how to help her children

C.

come through a challenging life successfully

D.

spent long hours working outdoors

E.

used the weather to plant her gardens

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Questions 46

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GED-Reading Question 46

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The first two paragraphs (lines 1–27) establish a contrast between which two parts of the narrator’s life?

Options:

A.

home and school

B.

teachers and students

C.

friends and enemies

D.

girls and boys

E.

mother and father

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Questions 47

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GED-Reading Question 47

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What is the main purpose of the new security policies?

Options:

A.

to assess the risk levels of Bank employees

B.

to hold security briefings for Bank employees

C.

to become a fundamental priority of the Bank

D.

to stop the loss of secret information

E.

to protect the safety of Bank employees

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Questions 48

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GED-Reading Question 48

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Theobald "did not say smart things himself and did not want other people to say them" (lines 11–13). What does this reveal about Theobald?

Options:

A.

fair

B.

gentle

C.

insecure

D.

excitable

E.

discouraged

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GED-Reading Question 49

Where are the fish the speaker is describing?

Options:

A.

in a tank

B.

on a farm

C.

in the ocean

D.

in a friend’s home

E.

on a fisherman’s hook

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Questions 50

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GED-Reading Question 50

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Grandmother warns not to “set yourself up a neat little / suburban row” (lines 3–4).

What is she warning against?

Options:

A.

too joyous

B.

full of ideas

C.

narrow-minded

D.

overstimulated

E.

focused on education

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Exam Code: GED-Reading
Exam Name: GED Reasoning Through Language Arts
Last Update: Jun 24, 2024
Questions: 240

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