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GED Reasoning Through Language Arts

Question No: 41

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Based on the information in lines 2-9, what do Granny’s children think of her?

  1. wise enough to give them guidance

  2. too concerned about housekeeping

  3. silly about her memories of John

  4. glad to have the children grown

  5. full of crazy notions

Answer: A

Question No: 42

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Granny says that quot;the children showed itquot; (line 20). What does she think the children show?

  1. John’s ambitions for them

  2. the angry mother they had endured

  3. the tragedy that had befallen the family

  4. her hard work and dedication

  5. the good schools to which she had sent them

Answer: D

Question No: 43

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What important information about John, Granny’s husband, is implied but never stated? John

  1. lives in another county

  2. drives home eighty miles on the weekends

  3. is younger than Granny

  4. never loved his children

  5. died many years ago

Answer: E

Question No: 44

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Granny’s name is quot;Weatherallquot;Based on the information about her in the excerpt, why is this a good name for her?

  1. found the best memories to keep her happy

  2. discovered how to help her children

  3. come through a challenging life successfully

  4. spent long hours working outdoors

  5. used the weather to plant her gardens

Answer: C

Question No: 45

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One critic wrote of this author that quot;some of her [the author’s] stories . . . deal with the crises of individuals who must cope with the disappearance of order.quot;

Based on the information in this excerpt, how does Granny’s life support this critic’s observations?

  1. protecting the children from a life like hers

  2. keeping the house and children above criticism

  3. missing John and the things he could have given her

  4. her selfish desires for a life of her own

  5. overcoming obstacles to make the best of her life

Answer: E

Question No: 46

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Based on Granny’s character as revealed in this excerpt, how might Granny react if her children tried to put her in a retirement home?

  1. welcome the rest

  2. protest that she can take care of herself

  3. gladly give up the work of caring for her own home

  4. ask to live with one of the children

  5. hire someone to care for her

Answer: B

Question No: 47

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Suppose that Granny saw a robbery in progress. Based on her character as revealed in this excerpt and assuming she was healthy, what might she do?

  1. run the other way

  2. attempt to help in some way

  3. ignore the problem

  4. get hysterical

  5. wait for someone else to come

Answer: B

Question No: 48

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What does the speaker of the poem associate with singing and the sounds of a piano?

  1. happy marriage

  2. old friendship

  3. lost childhood

  4. new estrangement

  5. burning desire

Answer: C

Question No: 49

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The mother is described in two places in the poem: quot;Softly, in the dusk, a woman is singing to mequot; (line 1) and quot;pressing the small, poised feet of a mother who smiles as she singsquot; (line 4). What quality of the mother is emphasized in these lines?

  1. youth

  2. tidiness

  3. wisdom

  4. tenderness

  5. morality

Answer: D

Question No: 50

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In the second stanza, the speaker says that quot;the insidious mastery of song / Betrays me backquot; (lines 5-6). What do these lines mean?

  1. The perfection of the performance forces the speaker to betray his lover.

  2. The woman’s masterful performance is designed solely to hurt the speaker.

  3. The speaker is deceived by the song’s promise.

  4. The singer’s betrayal of the speaker makes him angry.

  5. The performance forces the speaker to recall the emotions of childhood.

Answer: E

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