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GED Practice Questions: Reasoning Through Language Arts

Preparing for the GED? Try your hand at a few Reasoning through Language Arts practice questions. These questions focus primarily on the grammatical principles you’ll need to have mastered in order to do well on the GED.

 

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GED Reasoning through Language Arts Practice Question 1

Directions: Write the correct pronoun to replace the underlined noun.

A neighbor told Laurie and Paul that saving water was important there.

GED Reasoning through Language Arts Answer 1

Him

GED Reasoning through Language Arts Practice Question 2

Directions: Correct any errors in pronoun use. If there are no errors, write C. you may also have to change some verbs.

Example: People who live in small towns know one has (they have) access to fewer amenities than big-city dwellers.

Sally is moving to a small town. Her mother is concerned about the healthcare options they offer.

GED Reasoning through Language Arts Answer 2

Sally is moving to a small town. Her mother is concerned about the health care options it offers.

GED Reasoning through Language Arts Practice Question 3

Directions: Rewrite each verb in its correct tense. Use clues in each sentence for help in choosing the tense.

The government _________ (close) Ellis Island to immigration in 1954.

GED Reasoning through Language Arts Answer 3

Closed

GED Reasoning through Language Arts Practice Question 4

Directions: Underline the correct verb form to complete the sentence.

The concert series (is, are) very popular.

GED Reasoning through Language Arts Answer 4

Is

GED Reasoning through Language Arts Practice Question 5

Directions: Insert commas where needed in the sentence below. If no commas are required, write NC.

Unlike buses trains sometimes have seats that face each other.

GED Reasoning through Language Arts Answer 5

Unlike buses, trains sometimes have seats that face each other.

GED Reasoning through Language Arts Practice Question 6

Directions: Correct the capitalization errors in the sentence below.

Last Spring, I broke my arm in a car accident. My internist, doctor claudia McNally, referred me to Waterside. The center’s Director, Ilana Harris, assigned me a physical therapist named Ellie Royce.

GED Reasoning through Language Arts Answer 6

Last spring, I broke my arm in a car accident. My internist, Doctor Claudia McNally, referred me to Waterside. The center’s director, Ilana Harris, assigned me a physical therapist named Ellie Royce.

GED Reasoning through Language Arts Practice Question 7

Directions: underline the correct word to complete the sentence.

You should talk to your children if the stereo is (theirs, there’s).

GED Reasoning through Language Arts Answer 7

Theirs

GED Reasoning through Language Arts Practice Question 8

Directions: Underline the correct word to complete the sentence.

We worry that a request for funding may (affect, effect) our nonprofit status.

GED Reasoning through Language Arts Answer 8

Affect

 

 

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