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GED Essay Writing Exam

Question No: 81

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Sentence 1Any delivery that is requiring less than three hours to deliver by us is considered by us to be a rush delivery.

Which is the most effective rewrite of sentence 12?

  1. Three hours or less by us is a rush job to consider delivering.

  2. Because it is less than three hours it is considered a rush delivery by us and it takes less time to deliver by us.

  3. By us, a delivery that is a rush delivery could take less than three hours and it is

    considered a rush delivery.

  4. Delivering in less than three hours, the package delivered is considered a rush delivery.

  5. Any delivery of less than three hours is considered a rush delivery.

Answer: E

Question No: 82

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Sentence 1Silver Wing, our super rush service, guarantees that your materials are pact and delivered in less than an hour.

Which correction should be made to sentence 13?

  1. remove the comma after Wing

  2. remove the comma after service

  3. change guarantees to guarantee

  4. replace pact with packed

  5. no correction is necessary

Answer: D

Question No: 83

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Sentence 1 Regular delivery service is $4.00, for any document or package weighing less than three pounds.

Which correction should be made to sentence 14?

  1. change service to services

  2. remove the comma after $4.00

  3. insert a comma after document

  4. insert a comma after package

  5. no correction is necessary

Answer: B

Question No: 84

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Sentence 1Rush delivery an additional $4.00 and Silver Wing service, an additional $8.00. Which correction should be made to sentence 15?

  1. insert is after Rush delivery

  2. replace $4.00 and with $4.00,

  3. replace $4.00 and with $4.00.And

  4. insert being after service,

  5. no correction is necessary

Answer: A

Question No: 85

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Sentence 16:Visit our web site at www.quicksilver.com, to learn more about our specialized services and volume discount rates.

Which correction should be made to sentence 16?

  1. replace site with cite

  2. remove the comma after www.quicksilver.com

  3. change specialized to specialize

  4. insert a comma after specialized

  5. insert a comma after services

Answer: B

Question No: 86

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Sentences 1 and I use your offices at 14 Wall St.three or four days a week.I use both during office hours and after office hours.

The most effective combination of sentences 1 and 2 would include which group of words?

  1. week, I use them

  2. week, to use them I

  3. week, for them both

  4. week, hours of both

  5. week, both during

Answer: E

Question No: 87

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(A)

  1. Who was the first rodeo cowgirls? B.While some of the earliest cowgirls were products of the American West, where they learned their skills on a ranch or farm, others came from different backgrounds.C.One had emigrated from Norway, another was a hairdresser from New York, and still another learned to ride horses on a Georgia plantation.D.Attracted by the excitement, glory, and possible financial rewards, this first group of daredevil riders and ropers rose to prominence in the first half of the 1900s.

    (B)

  2. Lucille Mulhall and Bertha Kalpernik were two of the first rodeo cowgirls.(6) As a teenager, Mulhall rode and put on a roping exhibition in a public celebration where Teddy Roosevelt was a guest.(7) During a visit to the Mulhall family’s ranch Roosevelt witnessed Lucille’s breathtaking ride on an outlaw horse.(8) Impressed by her skill and daring, Roosevelt later inviting Mulhall to lead the inaugural procession when he took office as president of the United States.(9) Kalpernik is believed to be the first cowgirl to ride a bucking horse in serious competition.(10) Around 1900, she rode 100 miles from Colorado to Wyoming to enter the previously all-male rodeo.(11) She won on a horse named Tombstone.(12) She rode him all the way back to Colorado! (13) Roy Rogers named his horse quot;Triggerquot; and Gene Autry, another famous singing cowboy, had ahorse named quot;Champ.quot; (14) A year later, Kalpernik becomes the star performer in a Wild West show and

    continued competing in top rodeos held throughout the country.(15) As true pioneers those women and many others are part of the history and heritage of the West.

    Material adapted from Milt Riske.Those Magnificent Cowgirls:A History of the Rodeo Cowgirl.Cheyenne:Wyoming Publishing, 1983.

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    Sentences 7:During a visit to the Mulhall family’s ranch Roosevelt witnessed Lucille’s breathtaking ride on an outlaw horse.

    Which correction should be made to sentence 7?

  3. insert a comma after visit

  4. insert a comma after ranch

  5. change witnessed to having witnessed

  6. change Lucille’s to Lucilles’

  7. insert a comma after ride

Answer: B

Question No: 88

Exhibit Cowgirls

(A)

  1. Who was the first rodeo cowgirls? B.While some of the earliest cowgirls were products of the American West, where they learned their skills on a ranch or farm, others came from different backgrounds.C.One had emigrated from Norway, another was a hairdresser from New York, and still another learned to ride horses on a Georgia plantation.D.Attracted by the excitement, glory, and possible financial rewards, this first group of daredevil riders and ropers rose to prominence in the first half of the 1900s.

    (B)

  2. Lucille Mulhall and Bertha Kalpernik were two of the first rodeo cowgirls.(6) As a teenager, Mulhall rode and put on a roping exhibition in a public celebration where Teddy Roosevelt was a guest.(7) During a visit to the Mulhall family’s ranch Roosevelt witnessed Lucille’s breathtaking ride on an outlaw horse.(8) Impressed by her skill and daring, Roosevelt later inviting Mulhall tolead the inaugural procession when he took office as president of the United States.(9) Kalpernik is believed to be the first cowgirl to ride a bucking horse in serious competition.(10) Around 1900, she rode 100 miles from Colorado to Wyoming to enter the previously all-male rodeo.(11) She won on a horse named Tombstone.(12) She rode him all the way back to Colorado! (13) Roy Rogers named his horse quot;Triggerquot; and Gene Autry, another famous singing cowboy, had a horse named quot;Champ.quot; (14) A year later, Kalpernik becomes the star performer in a Wild West show and

    continued competing in top rodeos held throughout the country.(15) As true pioneers those women and many others are part of the history and heritage of the West.

    Material adapted from Milt Riske.Those Magnificent Cowgirls:A History of the Rodeo Cowgirl.Cheyenne:Wyoming Publishing, 1983.

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    Sentence 8:Impressed by her skill and daring, Roosevelt later inviting Mulhall to lead the inaugural procession when he took office as president of the United States.

    Which is the best way to write the underlined portion of this sentence? If the original is the best way, choose optionA.

  3. inviting

  4. did invite

  5. will invite

  6. invites

  7. invited

Answer: E

Question No: 89

Exhibit Cowgirls

(A)

  1. Who was the first rodeo cowgirls? B.While some of the earliest cowgirls were products of the American West, where they learned their skills on a ranch or farm, others came from different backgrounds.C.One had emigrated from Norway, another was a hairdresser from New York, and still another learned to ride horses on a Georgia plantation.D.Attracted by the excitement, glory, and possible financial rewards, this first group of daredevil riders and ropers rose to prominence in the first half of the 1900s.

    (B)

  2. Lucille Mulhall and Bertha Kalpernik were two of the first rodeo cowgirls.(6) As a teenager, Mulhall rode and put on a roping exhibition in a public celebration where Teddy Roosevelt was a guest.(7) During a visit to the Mulhall family’s ranch Roosevelt witnessed Lucille’s breathtaking ride on an outlaw horse.(8) Impressed by her skill and daring, Roosevelt later inviting Mulhall to lead the inaugural procession when he took office as president of the United States.(9) Kalpernik is believed to be the first cowgirl to ride a bucking horse in serious competition.(10) Around 1900, she rode 100 miles from Colorado to Wyoming to enter the previously all-male rodeo.(11) She won on a horse named Tombstone.(12) She rode him all the way back to Colorado! (13) Roy Rogers named his horse quot;Triggerquot; and Gene Autry, another famous singing cowboy, had a horse named

    quot;Champ.quot; (14) A year later, Kalpernik becomes the star performer in a Wild West show and continued competing in top rodeos held throughout the country.(15) As true pioneers those women and many others are part of the history and heritage of the West.

    Material adapted from Milt Riske.Those Magnificent Cowgirls:A History of the Rodeo Cowgirl.Cheyenne:Wyoming Publishing, 1983.

    Exhibit

    Sentences 11 and 1She won on a horse named Tombstone.She rode him all the way back to Colorado!

    The most effective combination of sentences11 and 12 would include which group of words?:

  3. Tombstone, when she

  4. Although she won

  5. to ride him

  6. After winning

  7. Colorado and Tombstone

Answer: D

Question No: 90

Exhibit Cowgirls

(A)

  1. Who was the first rodeo cowgirls? B.While some of the earliest cowgirls were products of the American West, where they learned their skills on a ranch or farm, others came from different backgrounds.C.One had emigrated from Norway, another was a hairdresser from New York, and still another learned to ride horses on a Georgia plantation.D.Attracted by the excitement, glory, and possible financial rewards, this first group of daredevil riders and ropers rose to prominence in the first half of the 1900s.

    (B)

  2. Lucille Mulhall and Bertha Kalpernik were two of the first rodeo cowgirls.(6) As a teenager, Mulhall rode and put on a roping exhibition in a public celebration where Teddy Roosevelt was a guest.(7) During a visit to the Mulhall family’s ranch Roosevelt witnessed Lucille’s breathtaking ride on an outlaw horse.(8) Impressed by her skill and daring, Roosevelt later inviting Mulhall to lead the inaugural procession when he took office as president of the United States.(9) Kalpernik is believed to be the first cowgirl to ride a bucking horse in serious competition.(10) Around 1900, she rode 100 miles from Colorado to Wyoming to enter the previously all-male rodeo.(11) She won on a horse named Tombstone.(12) She rode him all the way back to Colorado! (13) Roy Rogers named his

    horse quot;Triggerquot; and Gene Autry, another famous singing cowboy, had a horse named quot;Champ.quot; (14) A year later, Kalpernik becomes the star performer in a Wild West show and continued competing in top rodeos held throughout the country.(15) As true pioneers those women and many others are part of the history and heritage of the West.

    Material adapted from Milt Riske.Those Magnificent Cowgirls:A History of the Rodeo Cowgirl.Cheyenne:Wyoming Publishing, 1983.

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    Sentence 1 Roy Rogers named his horse quot;Triggerquot; and Gene Autry, another famous singing cowboy, had a horse named quot;Champ.quot;

    Which revision should be made to the placement of sentence 13?

  3. move sentence 13 to follow sentence 10

  4. move sentence 13 to follow sentence 14

  5. move sentence 13 to follow sentence 15

  6. remove sentence 13

  7. no revision is necessary

Answer: D

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