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GED Essay Writing Exam

Question No: 71

– 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.

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    Sentence Next, figure out all your regular monthly expenses. Which revision should be made to the placement of sentence 4?

  2. move sentence 4 to the beginning of paragraph A

  3. move sentence 4 to follow sentence 2

  4. move sentence 4 to follow sentence 5

  5. remove sentence 4

  6. no revision is necessary

Answer: E

Question No: 72

– 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 6:You must not forget because they add up, the smaller monthly bills such as payments for credit cards, interest on loans, and insurance.

    The most effective revision of sentence 6 would begin with which group of words?

  2. Adding up, you and the bills

  3. The bills they add up, and because you forget they add up

  4. Not forgetting because they add up, smaller monthly

  5. You must not forget smaller monthly bills that add up, such as

  6. Smaller monthly bills you must not forget

Answer: D

Question No: 73

– 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 abudget 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 8:These includes purchases of such things as sodas, snacks, newspapers, magazines, and candy.

    Which correction should be made to sentence 8?

  2. replace These includes with Including

  3. change includes to include

  4. change includes to including

  5. insert a comma after includes

  6. insert a comma after things

Answer: B

Question No: 74

– 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.

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    Sentence 10:Transportation costs, such as bus and subway fairs, along with gasoline and tolls, should also be calculated as monthly expenses.

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

  2. fairs, along with gasoline

  3. fairs, along with gasoline,

  4. fairs, along with, gasoline,

  5. fares, along with gasoline

  6. fares, along with, gasoline,

Answer: D

Question No: 75

– 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 1Some months may also require you according to the season to buy new clothes.

    The most effective revision of sentence 14 would begin with which group of words?

  2. Buying new clothes, the months

  3. Some months you may require also new clothes

  4. According to the season, some months may

  5. Buying new clothes and requiring the season

  6. New clothes, being bought in some months, you

Answer: C

Question No: 76

– 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 regularexpenses; 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.

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    Sentence 1By 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.

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

  2. month, this will help

  3. month, moreover, this will help

  4. month, helping

  5. month.By helping

  6. month.This will help

Answer: E

Question No: 77

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Sentence How we provide you with such a service?

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

  1. we provide

  2. we provided

  3. do we provide

  4. we providing

  5. is we providing

Answer: C

Question No: 78

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Sentence 7:All of our messengers equipped with a cellular phone.

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

  1. equipped

  2. equip

  3. are equipped

  4. is equipped

  5. be equipped

Answer: C

Question No: 79

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Sentence 9:You never needs to leave the office or house! Which correction should be made to sentence 9?

  1. insert all after you

  2. change needs to need

  3. change leave to leaves

  4. insert a comma after office

  5. no correction is necessary

Answer: B

Question No: 80

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Sentence 1Our regular delivery is quite effective and takes less than four hours.

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

  1. quite effective

  2. quiet effective

  3. quite affective

  4. quite, affective

  5. quite, affective,

Answer: A

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