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GED Essay Writing Exam

Question No: 91

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

    Sentence 1A year later, Kalpernik becomes the star performer in a Wild West show and continued competing in top rodeos held throughout the country.

    Which correction should be made to sentence 14?

  3. change becomes to became

  4. change continued to has continued

  5. change competing to to compete

  6. change held to having been held

  7. no revision is necessary

Answer: A

Question No: 92

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

    Sentence 1 As true pioneers those women and many others are part of the history and heritage of the West.

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

  3. pioneers those

  4. pioneers, those

  5. pioneers, and those

  6. pioneers are those

  7. pioneers, who are those

Answer: B

Question No: 93

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Sentence Elena she has worked under my supervision as a service representative since February 20, 1998.

Which correction should be made to sentence 2?

  1. remove she

  2. change has worked to worked

  3. change worked to works

  4. insert and after representative

  5. no correction is necessary

Answer: A

Question No: 94

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Sentence However, Edgar Marvick, a guard working the late shift, has been repeatedly rude uncooperative, and disrespectful.

Which correction should be made to sentence 5?

  1. remove the comma after Marvick

  2. insert who after shift

  3. insert a comma after rude

  4. replace and with but

  5. no correction is necessary

Answer: C

Question No: 95

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Sentence 7:Many times when I sign in after hours, fails he does to give me a pass slip that I need to use when I leave the building.

Which correction should be made to sentence 7?

  1. remove when

  2. change hours, fails to hours.Fails

  3. replace fails he does with he fails

  4. replace slip, that I with slip.I

  5. change use when to use.When

Answer: C

Question No: 96

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Sentence 8:When I request a slip, he often tells me that I don’t need one because he knows me, as I leave, he then asks me for one and requests my identification card.

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

  1. me, as I leave,

  2. me, I leave,

  3. me.As I leave,

  4. me, having left

  5. me, never you mind that when I leave

Answer: C

Question No: 97

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Sentence 9:Often, he does not ask others, but he questions if my card entitles me to use the building after hours.

The most effective revision of sentence 9 would begin with which group of words?

  1. Although he does not ask others,

  2. Often and asking others

  3. Often, the building after hours

  4. Others he did not ask but often me

  5. The card entitles me to ask questions

Answer: A

Question No: 98

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Sentence 1Because I am working on tight deadlines, having building access at all times is essential.

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

  1. having

  2. having had

  3. have

  4. having to

  5. to having

Answer: A

Question No: 99

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Sentence 16:If, however, he was not telling the truth about the hours, he was dishonest and made me sacrifice valuable work time.

Which revision should be made to the placement of sentence 16?

  1. move sentence 16 to the beginning of paragraph B

  2. move sentence 16 to follow sentence 5

  3. move sentence 16 to follow sentence 13

  4. D.move sentence16 tofollow sentence 14

  5. no revision is necessary

Answer: E

Question No: 100

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 Westshow 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

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

  3. was

  4. were

  5. have been

  6. being

  7. is

Answer: B

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