This is the Multiples Choice Questions Part 5 of Verbal Ability. In preparation for the Civil Service Exam, practice, and familiarize every question we have, it might be included in the actual examination. Good luck.
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Verbal Ability Part 5
A. One effective way is to diversify his funds to different investments like real estate, stocks and money instruments like bonds and trust funds.
B. It is always best to expand money to different investment wheels.
C. A wise investor must not put all his eggs in one basket.
D. He should always consider the risks involved in investing his money.
A. It is very vital to have social media presence however personal blogs serve as web domains.
B. Most people including celebrities and businessmen have blogs nowadays.
C. Therefore, building them will help anyone in promoting himself or his business.
D. Apparently, blogs are like our offices only they are in the internet.
A. The basic steps in building a website are easy to remember and registering a domain name is the usual priority.
B. Designing a layout will come after that.
C. Finally, adding more content and social media presence are required to keep your site active.
D. Then you need a hosting provider to host your site’s content in the World Wide Web.
A. Speaking in English every day is also proven effective.
B. Another way is watching English movies and TV shows particularly with English subtitles.
C. Reading articles in books, newspapers, and magazines is just among the helpful ways.
D. There are many ways to improve and develop English proficiency.
A. Others don’t realize yet what to pursue because they have many dreams.
B. Finding the right course in college is one of the most challenging decisions anyone can make.
C. Some people want to pursue their dreams ever since they were just little.
D. Indeed, destiny is a matter of choice.
A. While passport, airline tickets and valid IDs are required, proof of financial capacity may be required for visa application.
B. Many Filipinos rejoiced hearing that good news.
C. The Bureau of Immigration announced recently that proof of financial capacity is not a primary requirement at the airport.
D. Positive points go to the bureau for this.
A. This will be one of your tickets to land a job in the government.
B. That is why many people apply to take the Career Service examination.
C. If you passed the exam, you would get a certificate of eligibility.
D. Career Service Eligibility is a major requirement to apply for a job position in the government.
A. Your passport will arrive in 7 days if you choose the rush processing.
B. Getting a passport is faster nowadays.
C. Now, it only takes about 10 working days.
D. Compared before, it would take about a month for the regular processing.
A. Facebook has been the number one social network in the web and the world for quite long now.
B. Mobile instant messaging apps are also dominating social presence in the internet.
C. After many acquisitions, Facebook bought Instagram, one of the fastest growing photo sharing networks.
D. Because of that, Facebook acquired WhatsApp, a leading instant chat platform like Kakaotalk.
A. They will help you to purchase through zero-interest installment schemes.
B. Thus, you must be wise and pay in full if you want to avoid never-ending debts.
C. Credit cards are helpful if you know how and when to use them wisely.
D. However, they will produce interests from interests if you didn’t pay the whole amount at the due date.
A. It is imperative that government and non-government organizations should tap the potentialities of these people to uplift their economic status.
B. The opportunity for options in life distinguishes the rich from the poor.
C. Through better motivation, the upper levels of the poor could be tempter to grab the option track.
D. For sure, these are the people who are likely to get a food in the option ladder.
E. It requires vital measure to motivate such people close to the breakthrough level income.
A. The company’s newsletter and local newsletter are excellent ways to tell the organizations and members about the Human Resource Development(HRD) program and its benefits
B. The opportunity for options in life distinguishes the rich from the poor.
C. Another form of public relation if the “up-close-and-personal” articles about individuals who have developed special skills and competencies as a direct result of training that improved performance.
D. Public relation is any unpaid form of non-personal presentation of the product and services offered by the HRD program.
E. For example, sales training could have helped increased the number of sales, reduced lapse rates, and increased sales and closing ratios for a new insurance agent.
A. Both of them came from affluent and distinguished families.
B. As presidents, the two were both dynamic conservationists and reformists.
C. The two Roosevelt’s became popular governors who were known for their intellectual pursuits.
D. Thus, historians agree that these two men intensified and reshaped the power of the presidency.
E. Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin Delano Roosevelt had many things in common preside their names.
A. A more rapid and, therefore, effective economic development is a task that challenges both the private and public sectors of our nation,
B. The only way to meet these increasing needs is for the economy to be placed on a firm foundation.
C. Our problems assume enormous proportions in the light of our rapid population growth.
D.. With approximately three percent increase in the birth rate, about a million human beings are added to our society every year.
E. The huge addition call for more provision for food, clothing, shelter, education, and other needs of our children.
A. Instant policy-making to satisfy a presidential whim or the demands of a persuasive lobbyist is doomed to fail.
B. The direction of policy should be arrived at by thoughtful, consultative process that weighs alternatives.
C. Excessive changes of policy create administrative chaos, waste resources, and breed cynicism among officials and the general public.
D. Most economic policies need coherent, persistent effort over all substantial period before they show results.
E. Once a policy is decided, strong perseverance is required to carry it through, or to prove by practical implementation that the policy needs to be modified.
A. Competitive forces unleashed by liberalization would force farmers to either adopt a more efficient and more productive methods or shift to more profitable corps,
B. Support and opposition to the government’s policy hinges on the attainment of food security for the country.
C. Deregulation and liberalization is the government official policy to spur agricultural development.
D. Consumers, on the other hand, will enjoy lower food prices resulting from higher production and cheap imports.
E. This path has been chosen based on the premise that import liberalization will benefit farmers and consumers.
A. In established democracies, political corruption contributes to the growing disillusionment with democratic process.
B. To reduce political corruption and strengthen accountability in the government, the relevant rules should strive for a high degree of disclosure and regulation of political financing.
C. In emerging democracies, it poses an even greater threat to the sustainability of democratic institutions.
D. This should be coupled with at least a minimum standard of transparency of political financing transactions.
E. Integrity in politics is a major problem in most countries and non-transparent political financing has been at the root of many large scale corruption scandal both within and outside the Asia Pacific region.
A. Since the framework of learning knows no national boundaries, Filipino doctors and nurses are very mobile and tend to migrate.
B. Economic progress tends to pull people towards centers of learning of high income.
C. This mobility increases yearly, making it harder for the government to pull and reins on the drain.
D. In short, an effective means of retaining good doctors and nurses is by involving them directly in the process of development.
E. One the the best ways of reversing the trend would be to design policies aimed at increasing appreciation and application of the contributions that these people can make.
A. But help is usually available to overcome most of these problems.
B. There are translators who can breach the language barrier, lawyers who can solve legal problems, and local guides who can explain the environment.
C. However, there is one vital aspect of the situation that is usually overlooked by the visiting business executive – the different cultural influences and social conventions that govern the conduct of the people in that country.
D. The executive doing business in a foreign country faces formidable obstacles.
E. There are the language barrier, unfamiliar laws, and a strange environment, which can make even the simplest deal a frustrating experience.
A. In practice, the most compelling mechanism that links trade with growth in developing countries is that imported capital goods are likely to be significantly cheaper than those manufactured at home.
B. Exports, in turn are important because they are needed to purchase imported capital equipments.
C. Very few countries have grown over long periods without experiencing an increase in the share of foreign trade in their national products and no developing economy can develop within its protected wall.
D. No country has developed successfully by turning it back on international trade and long term capital flows.
E. Policies that restrict imports of capital equipment raise the price of capital goods at home, and hereby reduced real investment level to be viewed as undesirable prima facie.