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Section 7 : Verbal Reasoning

  1. A


  2. As a stead fast defender had few equals.

    B) Opponents ... Friends is close to being right. If Ron is an opponent of liesure time he will have few friends because most people want more liesure time.

  3. D


  4. A careful examination.

  5. A


  6. Everyone was revived by the music.

  7. E


  8. The tragedy of the Challenger could have been avoided by taking precautions not reservations.

  9. B


  10. As armed guards are meant to prevent disruption.
  11. A


  12. Insolent means saucy or impertinent (rebellious attitude)

  13. D


  14. To make promises you know you cannot fulfill is hypocrisy.

  15. E


  16. One who accepts without questioning is gullible, naïve or credulous (tending to believe easily).

  17. C


  18. If the police know an explosion is imminent (about to happen), they are likely to evacuate (empty) the building quickly.

  19. D


  20. The key word is wind. A road that winds is tortuous.

    A & B Incorrect. They make no sense.
    C & E Incorrect. They refer to other meanings of tortuous.

  21. D


  22. Accommodate means "to provide space for" is only correct answer.

  23. B


  24. For the farmhouse to have been a landmark must have been well built or sturdy.

  25. B


  26. The word commitment reveals the appropriate actions of the may or ; to be headstrong in his commitment, he must stem or check the increase of economic problem for the people who elected him.

  27. C


  28. To keep a meeting from breaking up into chaos needs control or grasp of the situation.

  29. E


  30. Bones are connected to other bones by ligaments, just as muscles are connected to bones by tendons.

  31. A


  32. A craftsman a gymnast is necessarily dexterous (skillful in using his hands) and a gymnast is necessarily agile. B) An actress is not necissarily beautiful.C) An athlete is not necissarily tall. D) & E) Are similar to B & C.

  33. E


  34. A dressmaker uses a pattern to enable the making of an article of clothing as a chef uses a recipe to make a particular meal.

  35. C


  36. Meaning determines whether two words are synonyms. Sound determine whether two words are synonyms.

    A & E): Ideas do not determine whether or not words are acronyms.. Summary does not determine whether or not words are a synopsis.
    D) Antonyms are opposites.
    B) Pseudonyms is a fake name.

  37. B


  38. A bat is a mammal that is mistakenly thought to be a bird. A whale is a mammal that is mistakenly thought to be a fish.

  39. E


  40. A singer performs to an audience and a dancer performs to spectators.

    A) A king rules his country, so A) can be eliminated.
    B,C,D - The relation is "Measures" not "perform", so those can be eliminated.

  41. E


  42. A hat is worn on the head and gloves are worn on hands.

  43. C


  44. Potatoes supply us with starch; Meat supplies us with protein.

    E) Is a trick, Not all fat has cholesterol.

  45. E


  46. Both dislike and loathe mean to have an aversion to something. But to loathe something or someone is to hate it more intensely. Similar is the case with praise and extol, which means to praise very greatly.

    B,D) - Both pairs are synonyms but of the same intensities.
    A,C - Fillers

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Index

Test 4
Section 1 : Verbal Reasoning
Section 2 : Mathematical Reasoning
Section 3 : Verbal Reasoning
Section 4 : Mathematical Reasoning
Section 5 : Reading Comprehension
Section 6 : Mathematical Reasoning
Section 7 : Verbal Reasoning
Answer Key To Test 1

Answer Explanation To Test 4
Section 1 : Verbal Reasoning
Section 2 : Mathematical Reasoning
Section 3 : Verbal Reasoning
Section 4 : Mathematical Reasoning
Section 5 : Reading Comprehension
Section 6 : Mathematical Reasoning
Section 7 : Verbal Reasoning

Part I

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