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Verbal Ability Preparation for GMAT

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This thread is dedicated to preparation for Verbal Ability section of GMAT. You may share questions related to topics like Reading comprehension, Sentence Construction, Parallelism, Modifier, Preposition and Conjunction, Adjectives and Adverbs, Subject Verb Agreement, Tenses etc.

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Yashraj Salunkhepatil
Shared from GMAT Mock Test - 6 on Aug 11, 2021 4:09 PM

Alice Albinia's remarkable first book is the story of her meandering journey up the river Indus from its mouth near Karachi to its source in Tibet.

 
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first book remarkably is the story of her meandering journey along
remarkable first book is the story of her meandering journey along
remarkable first book was the story of her meandering journey on
first book remarkably is the story of her journey meandering up
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Why not along ?

Yashraj Salunkhepatil
Shared from Inference Test - 1 on Aug 05, 2021 1:14 PM

Directions: Analyse the passage given below and choose an appropriate answer for the question that follows.

Countries care deeply about their economic ranking as sports fans do about their team`s status in a sports league. The year 2007 saw much drum-beating with China leapfrogging in league tables, leaving the US behind on the charts. China's exports value exceeded the US figures for the first time ever last year. Yet more table-topping is expected in 2008.


Which of the following can be reasonably inferred from the above-cited passage?

 
The Chinese export volumes were ahead of the US volumes in 2007 and are progressing at a rate much faster than that of the US.
China is expected to top the global exports charts in the year 2008.
China`s exports growth rate in 2006-2007 exceeded that of the US during the same period.
China earned more money from exports in 2007 than the US did.
The US and China have been traditional competitors globally in terms of their respective export volumes.
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Not necessarily . It is not expressed in what terms are the exports of China more than US. Is it in terms of volume or dollars ?

Yashraj Salunkhepatil
Shared from Inference Test - 1 on Aug 05, 2021 12:49 PM

"Anne goes out alone during day-light hours, but goes out after dark, only if both Fruity and Cherry are with her."

Which of the following conclusions can be logically inferred from the statements above?

 
If it is dark and Fruity is with Anne, Anne will go out.
If Cherry is going out, both Fruity and Anne are with her.
If Fruity is not with Anne, Anne is not going out.
If Anne is going out alone, it is before 6.00 p.m.
If it is dark and Anne is going out, Fruity is with her.
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By that logic even option 3 is right ! explain why not 3

Yashraj Salunkhepatil
Shared from GMAT Mock Test - 5 on Aug 02, 2021 4:00 PM

Despite the decreasing number of people who play outdoor sports, sports good manufacturers are convinced that, just as two-fifths of first home buyers still prefer country homes to cramped city apartments, many people will still prefer to spend time outdoors.

 
decreasing number of people who play outdoor sports, sports good manufacturers are convinced that, just as two-fifths of first home buyers still prefer country homes to cramped city apartments, many people will
decreasing number of people who play outdoor sports, sports good manufacturers are convinced, just as two-fifths of first home buyers still prefer country homes to cramped city apartments, many people would
decreasing number of people who play outdoor sports, sports good manufacturers are convinced, just as two-fifths of first home buyers still prefer country homes as compared to cramped city apartments, many people will
fact that the number of people playing outdoor sports is decreasing, sports good manufacturers are convinced, just as two-fifths of first home buyers still prefer country homes as compared to cramped city apartments, that many people would
fact that the number of people who play outdoor sports are decreasing, sports good manufacturers are convinced that, just as two-fifths of first home buyers still prefer country homes compared with cramped city apartments, many people would
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Why not b ?

Gaurav Siddhe
Shared from GMAT Mock Test - 4 on Sep 19, 2020 5:45 PM
Show common data

Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?

 
A stimulus arouses a measured response.
Direction is simultaneous and successive.
Contemplation is crucial to monitoring of direction.
Direction is a tool to help an organ perform most efficiently.
Stimulus is an anchor that keeps action bounded with the object.
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The passage clearly mentions in para 3, that Direction is simultaneous and successive. So, option B is correct. Option C is weak on premise and requires assumptions.