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Master the GED Reasoning Through Language Arts GED-Reading Exam with Confidence!

Questions 1

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GED-Reading Question 1

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In the musical, The Man of La Mancha, loosely based on the novel Don Quixote, one of the show’s most popular songs, “The Impossible Dream,” includes these lyrics:

  • To dream the impossible dream,
  • To fight the unbeatable foe,
  • To bear with unbearable sorrow,
  • To run where the brave dare not go.

How does this song capture the characterization of Don Quixote that is revealed in this excerpt?

Options:

A.

places no limits on himself

B.

fears his enemies will defeat him

C.

believes that he cannot change his destiny

D.

is a true and loyal friend

E.

accepts criticism from his friends

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Questions 2

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GED-Reading Question 2

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Earlier in the story, Ray is driving a herd of cattle when a blizzard hits. He continues with the cattle drive, making decisions to protect the animals.

How does this picture of Ray fit with the picture of him revealed in this excerpt?

Options:

A.

relies on others to provide leadership

B.

treats animals with more respect than people

C.

approaches problems carefully

D.

creates problems from nothing

E.

doesn’t use his head to solve problems

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Questions 3

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GED-Reading Question 3

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Why is this company having trouble finding new employees?

Options:

A.

only three years old

B.

accepting new clients

C.

using employee referrals

D.

offering a reward for referrals

E.

competing with other local businesses

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Questions 4

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GED-Reading Question 4

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This excerpt is from an essay titled, “A Lovely Sort of Lower Purpose.” Based on the title and the example described in this excerpt, what is a “lower purpose”?

Options:

A.

profit

B.

discipline

C.

necessity

D.

instruction

E.

enjoyment

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Questions 5

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GED-Reading Question 5

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Why does Mr. Jessup include the phrase “Where the pines meet the palms” (line 12) and put it in quotation marks?

Options:

A.

describe their place in history

B.

discourage developers

C.

identify their sports teams’ mascots

D.

highlight the town’s beauty

E.

provide directions for tourists

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Questions 6

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GED-Reading Question 6

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The beginning of this excerpt describes Ichabod Crane’s schoolroom at the end of the day. What is the atmosphere as the students finish their work?

Options:

A.

relaxed

B.

hurried

C.

nasty

D.

orderly

E.

frightened

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Questions 7

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GED-Reading Question 7

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Later in the novel from which this excerpt is taken, Rozin leaves her family to nurse a former lover who is dying of cancer. Which detail from the excerpt suggests how Rozin feels about this decision?

Options:

A.

"The streets narrow to dream tunnels" (line 12)

B.

"‘Don’t worry,’ says Rozin. It will be all right’" (lines 23–24)

C.

"Standing tall in her lavender robe" (lines 30–31)

D.

"takes down a pair of white lotus bowls" (lines 42–43)

E.

"As always, she pours the coffee" (line 52)

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Questions 8

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GED-Reading Question 8

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Suppose the scientific community wanted to study the possibility of establishing a colony in outer space on the planet Mars. Which one of the coyote’s qualities would make the animal a good choice for an experimental colony?

Options:

A.

adaptability

B.

playfulness

C.

beauty

D.

popularity with humans

E.

friendship with wolves

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Questions 9

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GED-Reading Question 9

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Which employee action might help newly hired people "succeed in their new jobs" (lines 24–25)?

Options:

A.

answering questions

B.

sharing office gossip

C.

increasing work loads

D.

encouraging tardiness

E.

supporting the office charity

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Questions 10

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GED-Reading Question 10

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How does Helen Keller characterize herself at the beginning of the excerpt?

Options:

A.

quiet and withdrawn

B.

noisy and uncontrolled

C.

bored and indifferent

D.

eager and interested

E.

cheerful and fun-loving

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Exam Code: GED-Reading
Exam Name: GED Reasoning Through Language Arts
Last Update: Jun 14, 2024
Questions: 240

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