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Question 31-34 (Practice One) Part B
31. (A). The man told her. (B). She received a call. (C). She read about it . (D). She organized the meeting.
32. (A). She likes to work hard (B). She doesn’t have a job and can afford the time. (C). She agrees that the Heart Association is a worthy organization. (D). She likes to dance.
33. (A). She will sell raffle tickets. (B). She will ask her aunt to give a big prize. (C). She will go to Florida for spring break. (D). She will work for the travel agent.
34. (A). He’d like to enjoy some good weather. (B). He has always wanted to fly an airplane. (C). He will have time off after the winter season. (D). Dancing takes too much energy.
35. (A). She was taking a math test. (B). She had to fill out the survey after a class. (C). She was questioning some of the ideas presented in Professor Keene’s lecture. (D). She was correcting quizzes for Professor Keene.
36.(A). It has little effect on shaping a person’s outlook on life. (B). In the early years too many failures may produce a pessimist. (C). A pessimist usually doesn’t take advantage of life experiences. (D). The environment is unusually cruel to pessimists.
37. Optimists use their consciences to their advantage. (B). Pessimists have a good relationship with their consciences. (C). The conscience plays a minor role in shaping one’s outlook. (D). Pessimists follow the dictates of conscience even though they might not want to.
Questions no 38-50 (Part C)
38. (A). In a school. (B). At the post office (C). On an airplane. (D). In a museum.
39. (A). He designed the first airplane to carry a passenger. (B). His work provided valuable information for inventors who came after him. (C), He was the first man to cross the Potomac River. (D). He put together an aeronautic collection.
40. (A). The Potomac River. (B). Several items of historical significance. (C). A steam engine. (D). One of Langley’s inventions
41. (A). Move into the next room (B). Buy a commemorative stamp. (C). Take a ride in the Aerodrome #5. (D). Try to create a new model.
42. (A). They use landmarks to navigate. (B). They fly at higher attitudes. (C). they are disoriented by large bodies of water. (D). They don’t spin, turn and wheel.
43. (A). They have a strong sense of smell and can keep track of land. (B). They are guided by the Arctic and the Antarctic. (C). Their urge to breed leads them back to land. (D). They use the stars and some innate magnetic sense.
44. (A). It seems cruel to take a bird so far from its home. (B). It was a new experiment to fly a bird on an airplane. (C). The bird was able to find its way home seemingly impossible circumstances. (D). The bird was able to fly form the north to the south pole without getting lost.
45. (A). Ocean geology (B). Biology (C). Psychology (D). Geography
46. (A). Science and technology will eventually unlock all mystery. (B). Some of nature’s mysteries may be beyond our understanding. (C). It is hard to believe that ocean bird don’t breed at sea. (D). All we need to do is wait, ocean birds will show us how they navigate.
47. (A). Parents tend to want and love their first-born children more than the others. (B). Parents know that their first-born children are likely to be brighter, so they push them to succeed. (C). Parents tend to treat children differently depending on whether they are first-, second- or later-born children. (D). Parents turn out of time and energy and neglect their later-born children.
48. (A). Children’s personalities are fixed by birth order and nothing can be done about it. (B). With sensitive parenting, parents can take steps to reduce the effects of birth order. (C). If parents continue to pay attention to the middle child, he or she will be more flexible. (D). Oldest children would be more sociable if they were given more independence.
49. (A). Older and younger children tend to fight with each other more often than with the middle child. (B).The middle child gets better quality attention and more love from the parents. (C).Middle children are less dependent on their parents’ approval than the oldest child but free from the pressure of being the youngest. (D). Middle children are brighter, more capable, more serious-minded and more flexible than their siblings.
50. (A). First-born children are under a lot of pressure to compete successfully since they are so outnumbered. (B). Firs-born children have to dominate their younger siblings or else face being overwhelmed by them. (C). First-born children are brighter and more capable; therefore, they don’t have to worry about being outnumbered. (D). In spite of this statistic, a large percentage of high achievers are first-born children.