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Verbal Ability Part 6
A. Some researchers explain that this unequal men-women authority is the result of biological inheritance.
B. Although the degree of masculine authority may vary from one group to another, generally, men always have more power.
C. These researchers theorize that men are naturally more aggressive while women more docile..
D. However, other researchers claim that the research between men and women shaped by culture, not by inherited predisposition.
E. Many anthropologist claim that men hold formal authority over woman in every society.
A. It tends to keep more active and alert and more interested in life.
B. It also tends to divert the attention from the minor ailments and complaints which are common in old age.
C. Recreation had been found to be particularly effective.
D. Parks, public libraries, and social centers are also develop to supplement such progress.
E. For these reasons, programs of occupied therapy and recreation are being carried out in most old-age homes.
A. One of the most common methods used by public officials for issuing information is the press release.
B. A press release is a written communication that outlines an official’s position of activities.
C. For these reasons, the press release is particularly advantageous to an official who does not often interact personally with reporters.
D. The release permits the official to be more concise than one might be verbally.
E. It also allows the official relatively greater control over the content of the message and provides opportunity for revision.
A. Likewise, the tempo of world progress is faster than ever.
B. It is, therefore, impossible for any nation to isolate itself and live a hermit’s life.
C. These changes have caused the flow or ideologies, persons, and commodities from one country to another in great acceleration.
D. By force of circumstance, all nations are thus forced to maintain relation with one another.
E. The progress of science and transportation facilities has overcome that natural barriers of distance.
A. Employees with personality problems are difficult to supervise.
B. For these reasons, the supervisor should not ignore employees who have personality problems.
C. Their work habits, attitudes and outlook in life affect their performance of daily duties.
D. Although he cannot solve their problems, he can help by constantly communicating with them, understanding them and treating them the same way as he treats other employees.
E. Furthermore, those who are probe to public display of emotion tend to reduce the morale and productivity of their co-workers.
A. Every time a person speaks or writes, he is selling himself as a perosn.
B. However, the message loses its effectiveness if it is poorly stated.
C. Life is a continuous process of selling.
D. It may be that the edea behind his words is sound even noble.
E. For some reasons, the world is critical of a person whose grammar is up to standard.
A. And since this ideology must be a common undertaking for all, public leaders should be ever responsive and keenly attuned to the needs and sentiments of the people.
B. After all, the test of leadership and, hence, for a successful ideology, lies in the capacity of both leaders and people alike to jointly and vigorously participate in a common effort for the good of all.
C. The immense problems of our colonial legacy and the political strife of our past cannot be rectified in a few years.
D. For these are rooted in oppressive structures that can only be diminished and passed on by a dynamic and dedicated leadership and committed citizenry.
E. Clearly, in the context of these realities, a unifying and purposive ideology becomes an agenda for the immediate present.
A. The Philippines, as a developing nation, is not exempted from the influence of this worldwide movement.
B. Community development is a worldwide movement in both the developed and the developing nations.
C. But the real challenge and the most important of all is to be able to change the attitude of the people to want to better life through their own effort.
D. With about 75% of its population living in the rural areas, a national program of community development becomes imperative.
E. Poverty, ignorance, and low production levels, which continue to plague the rural areas, are the challenges to be community development program.
A. Because of pollution, the ecosystem is disturbed; in some areas, even thrown out of balance.
B. One of the things that come to mind when we talk about the environment is pollution.
C. With these poisons on land, air, and water, food is getting scarcer.
D. It is easy not to imagine that without clean food and air, humankind will surely perish.
E. Many living creatures dies because of this abrupt change.
A. This information may be a warning; hence, it contributes to our survival.
B. The information may also contribute to our convenience or well being.
C. The fundamental purpose of communication is to transmit information.
D. The lightning flash or a shout referring to a genuine fire is a good example of a warning indicating danger.
E. When we ask a friend to help us search for a lost wallet, we are in effect employing communication as a convenience.
A. However, humans have a tendency to go against impositions or prohibitions of any kind and therefore are likely to go into excess.
B. In short, the care of the heart calls for moderation in everything one says and does.
C. Any person who want to live life to the fullest and enjoy it should take care of one’s heart.
D. Caring for the heart means watching one’s diet and bodily motions, as well as keeping cool and on the state of equilibrium at all times.
E. This is why there is an increasing incidence of hearth disease in the county and in other parts of the world.
A. These skills will able one to communicate with other people.
B. If one is to cope with all the forces that shape one’s life in this modern age, this God-given gift must be developed.
C. Ultimately, one will be at ease in this world where communication plays a vital role.
D. A person’s unique resource is the mind.
E. This can be done by learning how to read and write.
A. While an occasional about anxiety and tension may be unpleasant, it is quite normal and need not be a cause for concern.
B. If an emotional disturbance becomes very distressing, it should be dealt with as an illness requiring professional treatment.
C. The time to be watchful is when emotional upsets come frequently, shake us severely, and fail to wear off after a while.
D. The are self-protected reactions when we are confronted by threats to our safety, well-being happiness, or self-esteem.
E. Anxiety and tensions are essential of living, and everybody experience the,
A. Some of the customs we acquire as members of a society have a curious effect on us.
B. That is why, many of us are no conscious of the customs that guide our behavior.
C. In time, the explicit rules for customary behavior fade our awareness.
D. At first, we find them difficult to learn and understand.
E. But with practice we learn to conform and eventually we come to feel that these customs are right and natural.
A. Nobody can develop him more than he is willing to develop himself.
B.. His work, in connection with delivering the service to the public, must be encourage that growth.
C. Man is a potent tool in an organization because he can think for himself.
D. Otherwise, that man is a wasted man in terms of human potential.
E. Development in this sense is growth which always stems from within.
A. Today, the community worker not only strives to relay development plans but also undertakes all efforts to make the community participate in the acceptance and implementation of these plans.
B. The traditional concept of the “grassroots”, the worker is that if being the liaison between the agency and the community, and between the government and the people.
C. Thus, as a communicator to the community, the worker’s effectiveness can only be determined by the extent to which on is able to harness popular participation has, however, altered this traditional role.
D. The present emphasis on popular participation has, however, altered this traditional role.
E. As such, the worker is only expected tho act as the mouthpiece of the agency, and the transmitter and implementor of change in the community.
A. It also provides a means of getting the affected parties together in a calm, problem solving atmosphere.
B. Employees have found that a formal grievance procedure has several useful effects.
C. Moreover, they are assured that they may raise a complaint without jeopardizing their status in the office.
D. It gives them a chance to voice their complaints and thereby warns management of problem areas.
E. In this kind of atmosphere, meaningful dialogue is made possible and grievance are mad aware that the do not have to create a confrontation in order to be heard.
A. The environment consequences of industrialization have not been considered in most industrial projects implemented in the past.
B. They have only been so considered in recent years because of the alarming rate of pollution noted in many developed countries.
C. Little attention, if not none at all, has been given to the possible effects of industrialization outside of the monetary profit they could bring.
D. In the Philippines, this problem is receiving the attention it rightfully deserves as an integral part of the industrialization policies and processes.
E. The Philippine government’s concern now it to reconcile productivity with the improvement and protection of the environment.
A. But the world of books lives on.
B. The world of books is the most remarkable creation of humankind.
C. And after an era of darkness, new races build others.
D. Nothing else that human builds ever lasts.
E. Monuments fall, nations perish, and civilizations grow old and die out.
A. Filipino values that are naturally good should be preserved and values that are corrupt should be rejected.
B. But the fact that there exists in the Philippines today a plurality of attitudes and customs does not mean that Filipinos should accept all of them without questions.
C. Our society is rigidly ruled by many beliefs and traditions which largely determine our cultural pattern of behavior.
D. In doing so, they preserve and treasure the sense that makes them true Filipinos – the sense of value.
E. This is widely known as Filipino custom.