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GED Reasoning Through Language Arts

Question No: 31

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What is the main purpose of the new security policies?

  1. to assess the risk levels of Bank employees

  2. to hold security briefings for Bank employees

  3. to become a fundamental priority of the Bank

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E. to protect the safety of Bank employees

Answer: E

Question No: 32

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What does 鈥渧ulnerable鈥?(line 16) mean?

  1. secure

  2. unprotected

  3. strengthened

  4. hidden

  5. public

Answer: B

Question No: 33

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

  1. 鈥渘o evidence that the threat to the Bank staff has increased鈥?(line 8)

  2. 鈥渋mplement a Crisis Management plan鈥?(line 10)

  3. 鈥渞equired to attend a special, short security briefing鈥?(lines 13鈥?4)

  4. 鈥渆nhance the security of these vulnerable areas鈥?(line 16)

  5. 鈥渂enefit from the enhanced safety and security that they will bring鈥?(lines 24鈥?5)

Answer: A

Question No: 34

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In lines 20鈥?3 of the memo, what does Mr. Hartman imply about employees and their identification cards?

  1. Employees have not been wearing their identification cards.

  2. The Security Unit will wear different identification cards.

  3. Employees will be getting new identification cards.

  4. Suspicious persons will be required to display identification cards.

  5. New employees will be added to the Security Unit.

Answer: A

Question No: 35

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

  1. quiet and withdrawn

  2. noisy and uncontrolled

  3. bored and indifferent

  4. eager and interested

  5. cheerful and fun-loving

Answer: D

Question No: 36

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

  1. when she heard the crashing thunder

  2. when her teacher told her the storm was coming

  3. when she felt the air grow cooler

  4. when she felt the rain on her face

  5. when she saw the dark clouds approaching

Answer: C

Question No: 37

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What mood does the writer create with her description of the storm?

  1. suspense

  2. joy

  3. sadness

  4. bitterness

  5. calm

Answer: A

Question No: 38

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From the excerpt, what can we assume was Helen’s attitude toward nature before the storm?

  1. careless

  2. terrified

  3. indifferent

  4. nervous

  5. trusting

Answer: E

Question No: 39

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How could our reaction to a sudden storm be similar to Helen’s?

  1. makes us wish to be children again

  2. teaches us to respect the forces of nature

  3. brings welcome rain after a drought

  4. reminds us to watch the clouds carefully

  5. encourages us not to take long walks alone

Answer: B

Question No: 40

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鈥淣ature ‘wages open war against her children, and under softest touch hides treacherous claws’ ” (lines 61鈥?3). Why did Helen Keller use this quotation in her account?

  1. to describe how nature can change from tranquil to dangerous

  2. to show how Helen’s love of nature changed to fear

  3. to explain that wild animals are really dangerous

  4. to show that Helen prefers to avoid conflict

  5. to warn that children shouldn’t explore nature alone

Answer: A

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