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 *Question 1

    When making inferences readers should
          
a-only use information that is clearly stated
          
b-focus on the main idea
          
c-Weigh out all the different opinions expressed
          
d-Ask a friend for their thoughts on the issue.

 *Question 2

    Every day after work Paul took his muddy boots off on the steps of the front porch. What can you infer about the type of work Paul does? 
          
a-He works as a lawyer                                            b-He works as a doctor 
          
c-He teaches PE in a small town school             d-He cuts trees down in a forest

 *Question 3

    Which of the following is NOT helpful when drawing conclusions?
          
a-using stated opinions                             b-examining facts and details closely
          
c-Focusing on others opinions                d-using prior knowledge

 *Question 4

    An effective technique for making inferences on multiple-choice tests is
          
a-to eliminate choices you don't like.
          
b-Go with your first instinct, pick the letter you like the best.
          
c-to think about the question as a true/false question and determine which statements are true and which are false
          
d-to determine the author’s purpose and tone first


 *Question 5

    Folklore, legends, myths and fairy tales have followed childhood through the ages, for every healthy youngster has a wholesome and instinctive love for stories fantastic, marvelous and manifestly unreal. The winged fairies of Grimm and Andersen have brought more happiness to childish hearts than all other human creations. Yet the old-time fairy tale, having served for generations, may now be classed as "historical" in the children's library; for the time has come for a series of newer "wonder tales" in which the stereotyped genie, dwarf and fairy are eliminated, together with all the horrible and blood-curdling incidents devised by their authors to point a fearsome moral to each tale. Modern education includes morality; therefore, the modern child seeks only entertainment in its wonder tales and gladly dispenses with all disagreeable incident. Having this thought in mind, the story of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" was written solely to please children of today

    The reader can assume stories from the past...
          
a-will soon be unpopular                            b-were not very exciting
          
c-only centered around a moral               d-scared children to be good


 *Question 6

    Many people in the United States conduct Internet searches on a regular basis, but they would likely give a confused look if asked to define search marketing.

    What can you infer from the above statement?
          
a-search marketing is a difficult thing to understand
          
b-most people are not familiar with search marketing as field
          
c-everyone knows what search marketing is
          
d-search marketing is discussed in the media on a regular basis


* Question 7

    During the 2000 holiday season, about 36 million consumers purchased online and spent an average of $304.

    A logical conclusion drawn from this statement is
          
a-consumers had a limited amount of time to shop
          
b-Internet advertising was very effective during the 2000 holiday season
          
c-Internet sellers were offering steep discounts during the 2000 holiday season
          
d-online shopping was popular during the 2000 holiday season

 *Question 8

    “Today, there are more than 700 e-marketplaces currently in operation. Most of them face an uphill battle to survive,” says BCG Vice President Jim Andrew.

    A logical conclusion drawn from this statement is
          
a-the e-marketplace highly regulates new members
          
b-the e-marketplace is saturated and highly competitive
          
c-e-marketplaces must stay cost-effective
          
d-owners of e-marketplaces are poor managers



*Question 9

    Many high-ticket items are now purchased with online help. According to automotive industry research companyPolk (http://www.polk.com), 60 percent of U.S. car buyers used the Internet to help with their purchase in 2000—upfrom 46 percent in 1999.

    We can infer from the above passage that
          
a-buyers did online research to help them make a choice about what car to buy
          
b-all buyers purchased cars online and had them delivered to their homes
          
c-most buyers do not use the Internet before going to car dealerships
          
d-the majority of Americans do not understand how the Internet can help with buying a car


 *Question 10

    Which of the following statements is true?
          
a-Writers never leave out any information in their texts.
          
b-Writers always tell their readers everything that is going on.
          
c-Writers always make their meanings perfectly clear.
          
d-Writers sometimes seem to leave out pieces of information in their texts.





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wrote...
Staff Member
2 months ago
Q1
C

Q2
D

Because his boots are muddy, you can infer the place he goes rains alot, so, his environment for the job is most likely outside, such as the mountains or forests, so the answer is D.


Q3
D

Q4
Q8
i think B

Q9
i think A

Q10
i think D

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