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GED Essay Writing Exam

Question No: 51

– Exhibit –

Ethnic Architecture

(A)

  1. Here is a question that is not as silly as it sound:Have you ever wondered why houses are shaped the way they are? B.Bringing with them many different ideas about how to build a house, settlers from around the world have come to the United States for centuries.

    (B)

  2. Many of us today take for granted certain features of a house and forget that someone had to invent them.D.The veranda, a covered porch that wraps around the front of many southern houses is probably an adaptation of overhanging roofs found all over the world.E.In addition to the veranda, the South is known for its cooking and its hospitality.(6) Long ago, home builders responded to hot, humid climates by making the cooling shade of a porch a common feature of houses in such places as West Africa, Asia, and the Mediterranean area.

    (C)

    (7) For instance, French settlers in New Orleans tried to put the frames of their homes directly on the ground as they had done in France; however, the heat, humidity, and abundant rainfall caused the homes to rot within a few years.(8) The settlers learned a lesson by observing the West Indian Creoles, which built raised houses with many doors and windows to keep cool.

    (D)

    (9) Some settlers, like those from Germany, held on to their old building methods even though such methods were no longer necessary.(10) Because of a shortage of wood in some parts of Germany, builders had constructed half-timber houses; they used clay or brick to save wood.(11) When German immigrants settled in Wisconsin where wood was abundant, they still built their familiar half-timber homes.(12) European peasants and their animals once shared a shelter called a quot;house-barn,quot; which allowed immediate care for the

    animals during harsh whether.(13) Today’s covered breezeways serve a related purpose of protecting people who need to go to theirquot;car barns,quot;or garages.

    (E)

    (14) No matter which country settlers started from, they brought home-building traditions.(15) Some they changed to adapt to their new land, some they abandoned,and some their descendants still use today.

    – Exhibit –

    Sentence Bringing with them many different ideas about how to build a house, settlers from around the world have come to the United States for centuries.

  3. with them

  4. to build

  5. settlers

  6. around the world

  7. have come

Answer: C

Question No: 52

– Exhibit –

Ethnic Architecture

(A)

  1. Here is a question that is not as silly as it sound:Have you ever wondered why houses are shaped the way they are? B.Bringing with them many different ideas about how to build a house, settlers from around the world have come to the United States for centuries.

    (B)

  2. Many of us today take for granted certain features of a house and forget that someone had to invent them.D.The veranda, a covered porch that wraps around the front of many southern houses is probably an adaptation of overhanging roofs found all over the world.E.In addition to the veranda, the South is known for its cooking and its hospitality.(6) Long ago, home builders responded to hot, humid climates by making the cooling shade of a porch a common feature of houses in such places as West Africa, Asia, and the Mediterranean area.

    (C)

    (7) For instance, French settlers in New Orleans tried to put the frames of their homes directly on the ground as they had done in France; however, the heat, humidity, and abundant rainfall causedthe homes to rot within a few years.(8) The settlers learned a lesson by observing the West Indian Creoles, which built raised houses with many doors and windows to keep cool.

    (D)

    (9) Some settlers, like those from Germany, held on to their old building methods even though such methods were no longer necessary.(10) Because of a shortage of wood in some parts of Germany, builders had constructed half-timber houses; they used clay or brick to save wood.(11) When German immigrants settled in Wisconsin where wood was abundant, they still built their familiar half-timber homes.(12) European peasants and their animals once shared a shelter called a quot;house-barn,quot; which allowed immediate care for the animals during harsh whether.(13) Today’s covered breezeways serve a related purpose of protecting people who need to go to theirquot;car barns,quot;or garages.

    (E)

    (14) No matter which country settlers started from, they brought home-building traditions.(15) Some they changed to adapt to their new land, some they abandoned,and some their descendants still use today.

    – Exhibit –

    Sentence The veranda, a covered porch that wraps around the front of many southern houses is probably an adaptation of overhanging roofs found all over the world.

    Which correction should be made to sentence 4?

  3. remove the comma after veranda

  4. insert a comma after porch

  5. insert a comma after houses

  6. insert a comma after probably

  7. change world to World

Answer: C

Question No: 53

– Exhibit –

Ethnic Architecture

(A)

  1. Here is a question that is not as silly as it sound:Have you ever wondered why houses are shaped the way they are? B.Bringing with them many different ideas about how to build a house, settlers from around the world have come to the United States for centuries.

    (B)

  2. Many of us today take for granted certain features of a house and forget that someone had to invent them.D.The veranda, a covered porch that wraps around the front of many southern houses is probably an adaptation of overhanging roofs found all over the world.E.In addition to the veranda, the South is known for its cooking and its hospitality.(6) Long ago, home builders responded to hot, humid climates by making the cooling shade of

    a porch a common feature of houses in such places as West Africa, Asia, and the Mediterranean area.

    (C)

    (7) For instance, French settlers in New Orleans tried to put the frames of their homes directly on the ground as they had done in France; however, the heat, humidity, and abundant rainfall caused the homes to rot within a few years.(8) The settlers learned a lesson by observing the West Indian Creoles, which built raised houses with many doors and windows to keep cool.

    (D)

    (9) Some settlers, like those from Germany, held on to their old building methods even though such methods were no longer necessary.(10) Because of a shortage of wood in some parts of Germany, builders had constructed half-timber houses; they used clay or brick to save wood.(11) When German immigrants settled in Wisconsin where wood was abundant, they still built their familiar half-timber homes.(12) European peasants and their animals once shared a shelter called a quot;house-barn,quot; which allowed immediate care for the animals during harsh whether.(13) Today’s covered breezeways serve a related purpose of protecting people who need to go to theirquot;car barns,quot;or garages.

    (E)

    (14) No matter which country settlers started from, they brought home-building traditions.(15) Some they changed to adapt to their new land, some they abandoned,and some their descendants still use today.

    – Exhibit –

    Sentence In addition to the veranda, the South is known for its cooking and its hospitality. Which revision should be made to the placement of sentence 5?

  3. remove sentence 5

  4. move sentence 5 to follow sentence 2

  5. move sentence 5 to follow sentence 3

  6. move sentence 5 to follow sentence 6

  7. no revision is necessary

Answer: A

Question No: 54

– Exhibit –

Ethnic Architecture

(A)

  1. Here is a question that is not as silly as it sound:Have you ever wondered why houses are shaped the way they are? B.Bringing with them many different ideas about how to build

    a house, settlers from around the world have come to the United States for centuries. (B)

  2. Many of us today take for granted certain features of a house and forget that someone had to invent them.D.The veranda, a covered porch that wraps around the front of many southern houses is probably an adaptation of overhanging roofs found all over the world.E.In addition to the veranda, the South is known for its cooking and its hospitality.(6) Long ago, home builders responded to hot, humid climates by making the cooling shade of a porch a common feature of houses in such places as West Africa, Asia, and the Mediterranean area.

    (C)

    (7) For instance, French settlers in New Orleans tried to put the frames of their homes directly on the ground as they had done in France; however, the heat, humidity, and abundant rainfall caused the homes to rot within a few years.(8) The settlers learned a lesson by observing the West Indian Creoles, which built raised houses with many doors and windows to keep cool.

    (D)

    (9) Some settlers, like those from Germany, held on to their old building methods even though such methods were no longer necessary.(10) Because of a shortage of wood in some parts of Germany, builders had constructed half-timber houses; they used clay or brick to save wood.(11) When German immigrants settled in Wisconsin where wood was abundant, they still built their familiar half-timber homes.(12) European peasants and their animals once shared a shelter called a quot;house-barn,quot; which allowed immediate care for the animals during harsh whether.(13) Today’s covered breezeways serve a related purpose of protecting people who need to go to theirquot;car barns,quot;or garages.

    (E)

    (14) No matter which country settlers started from, they brought home-building traditions.(15) Some they changed to adapt to their new land, some they abandoned,and some their descendants still use today.

    – Exhibit –

    Sentence 6:Long ago, home builders responded to hot, humid climates by making the cooling shade of a porch a common feature of houses in such places as West Africa, Asia, and the Mediterranean area.

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

  3. responded

  4. respond

  5. responds

  6. responding

  7. are responding

Answer: A

Question No: 55

– Exhibit –

Ethnic Architecture

(A)

  1. Here is a question that is not as silly as it sound:Have you ever wondered why houses are shaped the way they are? B.Bringing with them many different ideas about how to build a house, settlers from around the world have come to the United States for centuries.

    (B)

  2. Many of us today take for granted certain features of a house and forget that someone had to invent them.D.The veranda, a covered porch that wraps around the front of many southern houses is probably an adaptation of overhanging roofs found all over the world.E.In addition to the veranda, the South is known for its cooking and its hospitality.(6) Long ago, home builders responded to hot, humid climates by making the cooling shade of a porch a common feature of houses in such places as West Africa, Asia, and the Mediterranean area.

    (C)

    (7) For instance, French settlers in New Orleans tried to put the frames of their homes directly on the ground as they had done in France; however, the heat, humidity, and abundant rainfall caused the homes to rot within a few years.(8) The settlers learned a lesson by observing the West Indian Creoles, which built raised houses with many doors and windows to keep cool.

    (D)

    (9) Some settlers, like those from Germany, held on to their old building methods even though such methods were no longer necessary.(10) Because of a shortage of wood in some parts of Germany, builders had constructed half-timber houses; they used clay or brick to save wood.(11) When German immigrants settled in Wisconsin where wood was abundant, they still built their familiar half-timber homes.(12) European peasants and their animals once shared a shelter called a quot;house-barn,quot; which allowed immediate care for the animals during harsh whether.(13) Today’s covered breezeways serve a related purpose of protecting people who need to go to theirquot;car barns,quot;or garages.

    (E)

    (14) No matter which country settlers started from, they brought home-building traditions.(15) Some they changed to adapt to their new land, some they abandoned,and some their descendants still use today.

    – Exhibit –

    Which sentence below would be most effective if inserted at the beginning of paragraph C?

  3. Conditions would obviously play an important role.

  4. There is no place like home.

  5. Settlers to America built homes.

  6. When building homes, settlers found that conditions were not important.

  7. New conditions in America forced some settlers to change their approach to home building.

Answer: E

Question No: 56

– Exhibit –

Ethnic Architecture

(A)

  1. Here is a question that is not as silly as it sound:Have you ever wondered why houses are shaped the way they are? B.Bringing with them many different ideas about how to build a house, settlers from around the world have come to the United States for centuries.

    (B)

  2. Many of us today take for granted certain features of a house and forget that someone had to invent them.D.The veranda, a covered porch that wraps around the front of many southern houses is probably an adaptation of overhanging roofs found all over the world.E.In addition to the veranda, the South is known for its cooking and its hospitality.(6) Long ago, home builders responded to hot, humid climates by making the cooling shade of a porch a common feature of houses in such places as West Africa, Asia, and the Mediterranean area.

    (C)

    (7) For instance, French settlers in New Orleans tried to put the frames of their homes directly on the ground as they had done in France; however, the heat, humidity, and abundant rainfall caused the homes to rot within a few years.(8) The settlers learned a lesson by observing the West Indian Creoles, which built raised houses with many doors and windows to keep cool.

    (D)

    (9) Some settlers, like those from Germany, held on to their old building methods even though such methods were no longer necessary.(10) Because of a shortage of wood in some parts of Germany, builders had constructed half-timber houses; they used clay or brick to save wood.(11) When German immigrants settled in Wisconsin where wood was abundant, they still built their familiar half-timber homes.(12) European peasants and their animals once shared a shelter called a quot;house-barn,quot; which allowed immediate care for the animals during harsh whether.(13) Today’s covered breezeways serve a related purpose of protecting people who need to go to theirquot;car barns,quot;or garages.

    (E)

    (14) No matter which country settlers started from, they brought home-building traditions.(15) Some they changed to adapt to their new land, some they abandoned,and some their descendants still use today.

    – Exhibit –

    Sentence 8:The settlers learned a lesson by observing the West Indian Creoles, which built raised houses with many doors and windows to keep cool.

    Which correction should be made to sentence 8?

  3. replace lesson with lessen

  4. insert a comma after lesson

  5. remove the comma after Creoles

  6. replace which with who

  7. insert a comma after houses

Answer: D

Question No: 57

– Exhibit –

Ethnic Architecture

(A)

  1. Here is a question that is not as silly as it sound:Have you ever wondered why houses are shaped the way they are? B.Bringing with them many different ideas about how to build a house, settlers from around the world have come to the United States for centuries.

    (B)

  2. Many of us today take for granted certain features of a house and forget that someone had to invent them.D.The veranda, a covered porch that wraps around the front of many southern houses is probably an adaptation of overhanging roofs found all over the world.E.In addition to the veranda, the South is known for its cooking and its hospitality.(6) Long ago, home builders responded to hot, humid climates by making the cooling shade of a porch a common feature of houses in such places as West Africa, Asia, and the Mediterranean area.

    (C)

    (7) For instance, French settlers in New Orleans tried to put the frames of their homes directly on the ground as they had done in France; however, the heat, humidity, and abundant rainfall caused the homes to rot within a few years.(8) The settlers learned a lesson by observing the West Indian Creoles, which built raised houses with many doors and windows to keep cool.

    (D)

    (9) Some settlers, like those from Germany, held on to their old building methods even though such methods were no longer necessary.(10) Because of a shortage of wood in some parts of Germany, builders had constructed half-timber houses; they used clay or brick to save wood.(11) When German immigrants settled in Wisconsin where wood was abundant, they still built their familiar half-timber homes.(12) European peasants and their animals once shared a shelter called a quot;house-barn,quot; which allowed immediate care for the animals during harsh whether.(13)Today’s covered breezeways serve a related purpose of

    protecting people who need to go to theirquot;car barns,quot;or garages. (E)

    (14) No matter which country settlers started from, they brought home-building traditions.(15) Some they changed to adapt to their new land, some they abandoned,and some their descendants still use today.

    – Exhibit –

    Sentence 9:Some settlers, like those from Germany, held on to their old building methods even though such methods were no longer necessary.

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

  3. held

  4. holds

  5. holding

  6. hold

  7. holded

Answer: A

Question No: 58

– Exhibit –

Ethnic Architecture

(A)

  1. Here is a question that is not as silly as it sound:Have you ever wondered why houses are shaped the way they are? B.Bringing with them many different ideas about how to build a house, settlers from around the world have come to the United States for centuries.

    (B)

  2. Many of us today take for granted certain features of a house and forget that someone had to invent them.D.The veranda, a covered porch that wraps around the front of many southern houses is probably an adaptation of overhanging roofs found all over the world.E.In addition to the veranda, the South is known for its cooking and its hospitality.(6) Long ago, home buildersresponded to hot, humid climates by making the cooling shade of a porch a common feature of houses in such places as West Africa, Asia, and the Mediterranean area.

    (C)

    (7) For instance, French settlers in New Orleans tried to put the frames of their homes directly on the ground as they had done in France; however, the heat, humidity, and abundant rainfall caused the homes to rot within a few years.(8) The settlers learned a lesson by observing the West Indian Creoles, which built raised houses with many doors

    and windows to keep cool. (D)

    (9) Some settlers, like those from Germany, held on to their old building methods even though such methods were no longer necessary.(10) Because of a shortage of wood in some parts of Germany, builders had constructed half-timber houses; they used clay or brick to save wood.(11) When German immigrants settled in Wisconsin where wood was abundant, they still built their familiar half-timber homes.(12) European peasants and their animals once shared a shelter called a quot;house-barn,quot; which allowed immediate care for the animals during harsh whether.(13) Today’s covered breezeways serve a related purpose of protecting people who need to go to theirquot;car barns,quot;or garages.

    (E)

    (14) No matter which country settlers started from, they brought home-building traditions.(15) Some they changed to adapt to their new land, some they abandoned,and some their descendants still use today.

    – Exhibit –

    Sentence 1European peasants and their animals once shared a shelter called a quot;house- barn,quot; which allowed immediate care for the animals during harsh whether.

    Which correction should be made to sentence 12?

  3. change peasants to Peasants

  4. replace and with because

  5. replace their with there

  6. replace which with when

  7. replace whether with weather

Answer: E

Question No: 59

– Exhibit – Making a Budget

(A)

  1. Making a budget is very easy if you no the basic procedure and a few principles.B.First, writing down all your income for one month.C.Income, including your paycheck or other checks from Social Security and the government, means all the money you receive.D.Next, figure out all your regular monthly expenses.E.Rent and utilities are important regular expenses; you should also include expenses for food and medicine you take regularly.(6) You must not forget because they add up, the smaller monthly bills such as payments for credit cards, interest on loans, and insurance.

    (B)

    (7) You also should keep track of minor daily expenses because you probably spend more on them than you realize.(8) These includes purchases of such things as sodas, snacks, newspapers, magazines, and candy.(9) Add them up for a week and then multiply the weekly total by the number of weeks in the month to determine the total monthly cost.(10) Transportation costs, such as bus and subway fairs along with gasoline and tolls, should also be calculated as monthly expenses.

    (C)

    (11) Finally, it’s important to plan as much as possible for special expenses, such as visits to doctors and dentists and repairs to your home or car.(12) Gifts for such events as Christmas and birthdays are other kinds of expenses you can plan for certain months.(13) Other activities, such as celebrating a holiday or taking a vacation, often demand extra spending, too.(14) Some months may also require you according to the season to buy new clothes.(15) By preparing a budget in all these areas, you can figure out how much money you need for each month, this will help you watch your spending and may help you to save for the future.

    – Exhibit –

    Sentence Making a budget is very easy if you no the basic procedure and a few principles. Which correction should be made to sentence 1?

  2. change Making to Having made

  3. change is to was

  4. insert a comma after if

  5. replace no with know

  6. replace principles.with principals.

Answer: D

Question No: 60

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Sentence During the course of her employment with Ryan Industries is when Elena has received two bonuses and a number of commendations from our customers.

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

  1. Industries is when Elena

  2. Industries.Elena

  3. Industries and Elena

  4. Industries, Elena

  5. Industries, when Elena

Answer: D

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