As promised, from this week onwards, we will present some old and some new articles along with questions on Reading Comprehension, Sentence Equivalence, and Text Completion from the Verbal Reasoning section.
Tell us your guesses in the comments section and look for the answers in our next edition!
Dinosaurs weren’t the only ones!
Select a sentence in the article that provides evidence that the comet struck while the village was under human habitation.
Why did the scientists rule out earthly causes such as volcanic activity or thunderstorms for the fires? Select all that apply.
A] They found evidence that natural sources of fire can also reach such high temperatures.
B] No magnetic marks, characteristic of lightning strikes, were found.
C] Molten metal was not found at the site.
None of the following were reasons for the Abu Hureyra culture becoming agrarian EXCEPT
A] Climatic changes
B] Technological modifications
C] Survival of a few people
D] Animal husbandry
E] Ground-breaking invention of systematic agriculture
Alterations to Art
The presence of halos as identifying appurtenances of holy figures in early Netherlandish paintings is as ________ an occurrence as it is commonplace in Italian paintings of the same period.
Select the two answer choices that, when used to complete the sentence, fit the meaning of the sentence as a whole, and produce completed sentences that are alike in meaning.
The representation of mortals as saints, reflecting a desire to (i) ________ the lives of the saints and to follow their sacrifices and devotion to Christ, becomes increasingly (ii) _______ in the early sixteenth century. The practice reflects an extension of the beliefs of and widespread adherence to the Modern Devotion, a popular reform movement begun by Geert Grote in the late fourteenth century and initially practiced by the Brothers of the Common Life.
For each blank select one entry from the corresponding column of choices. Fill all blanks in the way that best completes the text.
|Blank (i)||Blank (ii)|
|A] imitate||D] prevalent|
|B] animate||E] predictable|
|C] stipple||F] pretentious|