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1558. She inherited a country in 21 turmoil: Mary had
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begun an expensive war against France and stirred up tension
B) turmoil, because Mary
C) turmoil, so Mary
between Catholics and Protestants throughout the country.
Elizabeth acted quickly to address both issues, but the issue
D) turmoil, Mary
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of religion plagued much of her rule.
Regardless of the turmoil of the times, Elizabeths reign
The author wants a concluding sentences that restates
the ideas presented in the introduction. Which choice
best accomplishes this goal?
was largely prosperous, and she is known as a queen who was
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devoted to her people. 22 Her interesting life makes her a
B) Despite her unusual family history and upbringing,
Elizabeth grew to be a well-educated and talented
leader.
unique historical figure.
C) Britain is lucky that Elizabeth succeeded in gaining
the throne despite the hurdles she had to overcome.
D) Perhaps for that reason, she is fondly remembered as
one of the worlds great leaders.
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Questions 23-33 are based on the following passage.
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Cars You can Drive Will Eventually Be Outlawed
B) Meanwhile,
Tesla co-founder and CEO Elon Musk believes that
C) Still,
D) In fact,
computers will make better drivers than humans.
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It would be like an 25 elevator Musk says. They used
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to have elevator operators, and then we developed some
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nspired
simple circuitry to have elevators just automatically come to
B) elevator, Musk says. They used
C) elevator. Musk says, They used
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the floor that youre at…the car is going to be just like that.
D) elevator, says Musk, they used
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Musk says that when technology reaches this point, the
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reinstat
Its too dangerous, Musk says. You cant have a person
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B) clearly obvious move
C) obvious move
D) clear and perfectly obvious move
driving a two-ton death machine.
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[1] Just as the shift toward hybrid and electric vehicles
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B) from cars controlled by humans to
cars in human control to computer-controlled cars. [2] Musk
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C) from human-controlled cars to
points out that the capacity of car and truck production is
D) from those that are driven by humans to
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only about 100 million units per year. [3] Many of these cars
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are manufactured overseas. [4] This seems like a large
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C) mediocre
and trucks on the roads at any given point in time. [5] Even
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twice,
To improve the focus of this paragraph, which of the
following sentences should be removed?
vehicles becomes available, it will take decades before
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Tesla has already added some self-driving features to
30 its cars, and the company is now working to develop a
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B) their
C) theirs
D) its
fully autonomous vehicle. As autopilot mode introduced to
new models allows the car to do things like change speed,
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brake, and maintain lanes using on-board sensors. The next
step will be to introduce highway driving and navigation
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Which of the following would best develop the idea
mentioned in the previous sentence?
A) Navigation is an important aspect of driving.
B) Computers dont know where to go without a human
driver to give them a destination.
C) These features could use global GPS systems to help
the cars computer navigate any street.
D) Driving on highways presents different challenges
than driving on other roads.
Despite the higher speeds, highway driving is actually
less of a challenge than city driving. At 15 to 50 miles per
hour, a lot of unexpected 32 events occur – open manhole
covers, pot holes, road closures, swerving bicyclists, or
children darting into the road. The key will be to develop
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programs that can not only follow the rules of the road, but
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B) events occur; open
C) events occur, open
D) events occur: open
also learn how to respond to unexpected events on the road.
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Besides improving onboard sensors and computers,
security concerns must also be addressed. It will be important
to ensure that autonomous cars cant be overridden by
Which of the following would best develop the ideas
mentioned in this paragraph?
A) A security system for your cars computer is
analogous to having a key for your car.
B) Programmers are developing new languages that are
impenetrable to hackers.
C) Imagine the traffic jams a clever hacker could cause!
D) For this reason, car security is a major concern.
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Computerized vehicles may well be the future of driving,
which could potentially reduce accidents, traffic congestion,
and road rage, but this possibility is still decades away. In the
meantime, dont hang up those car keys yet.
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Mosquitoes Are Modern Monsters
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B) aggressive bear, venomous snake, or hungry shark
C) aggressive bear or venomous snake or hungry shark
D) aggressive bear; venomous snake; and hungry shark
If asked to name the most deadly animal on Earth, most
people would guess that it is some kind of 34 aggressive
bear, venomous snake, and hungry shark. Few would point to
the tiny little mosquito, yet the seemingly harmless mosquito
transmits infections that kill hundreds of thousands of people
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place. Mosquitoes are responsible for much of the spread of
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malaria, yellow fever, Japanese encephalitis, Rift Valley
B) Mosquitoes have nothing useful to contribute to the
world.
fever, and West Nile virus. The most commonly
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C) Mosquitoes are very problematic for humans the
world over.
worlds population is at risk of contracting malaria. Malaria is
D) Mosquitoes cause a huge medical and financial
burden by spreading several dangerous diseases.
often deadly, particularly among the most at-risk populations:
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thousands of pregnant women die of the disease each year.
B) collecting
C) constricted
Malaria Parasitic killer
D) contracted
3.3 billion people worldwide
live in risk of malaria
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250 million cases a year
Which choice offers the most accurate interpretation of
the data in the chart?
World population
7 billion
781,000 deaths in 2009
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B) nearly half the worlds population catches malaria
C) nearly half of those who catch malaria die of it
10,000 pregnant
women a year
D) millions of people die of malaria each year
Spread by Plasmodium falciparum,
a parasytic microorganism that lives in
humans and Anopheles mosquitoes
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Which choice offers the most accurate interpretation of
the data in the chart?
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B) Nearly 800,000 people died of malaria in 2009, and
roughly 200,000 infants die of the disease each year.
C) Of the nearly 800,000 people who died of malaria in
2009, 200,000 of them were infants.
D) Of the 250 million malaria cases each year, most of
them are infants.
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