This is the Multiples Choice Questions Part 4 of General Education. In preparation for the LET Exam, practice, and familiarize every question we have, it might be included in the actual examination. Good luck.
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General Education Part 4
1. The boy gave a furtive look at his classmate’s test paper.
2. All attempts to denigrate the character of our President, have failed.
3. I must remonstrate about the lack of police protection in our area.
4. Unless we find a witness to corroborate your evidence, it will not stand courts.
5. He preyed upon gullible people, who easily believe his stories.
b. easily deceived
6. The lawyer objected that the testimony being offered was not germane to the case on hand.
7. His speeches were aimed at the plebeian minds and emotions.
8. People dislike his sly ways but granted him a certain vulpine intelligence.
9. Easy access to credit encourage people to become spendthrift.
10. I think it is impolitic to raise the issue at this point in time because the public is too emotional about it.
11. I admire his terse style of writing; he comes directly to the point.
12. His parsimonious nature did not permit him to enjoy any luxury and relaxation.
13. Jose refused to take sleeping pills that might stupefy him.
d. make numb
14. Liza is not a pariah to be shunned and ostracized.
15. The wizened old man in the home for the aged was still active and energetic.
d. wise and smart
16. He has the dubious distinction of being the lowest man in his class.
17. The evidence gathered against the racketeers incriminates some high government officials as well.
18. Jose does not need a new car, but he traded his old one to keep up with the Joneses.
a. to imitate others in extravagance
b. to be responsible
c. to be envious
d. to please others
19. The politician is a witty speaker but he beats around the bush too much.
a. speaks emotionally
b. away from the public
c. avoids the main topic
d. keeps on talking
20. After all has been said, the issue was a tempest in a teapot.
a. temperature dropped
b. simmered down
c. heated argument followed
d. boiled down to nothing