Language Arts Practice Set 13

Our Language Arts practice questions help you get ready for the real GED® test.

Each question has several answer choices. Choose the best answer for each question.

You can take these practice tests as many times as you wish.

1. Decide whether to use who's or whose in the following sentence.

I've no idea ___________ got the best idea.
A.
B.

Question 1 of 20

2. Look at these sentences and put a tick next to the one that uses less/fewer correctly.
A.
B.

Question 2 of 20

3. Decide whether to use who's or whose in the following sentence.

Tim was unsure __________ office he was meant to go to.
A.
B.

Question 3 of 20

4. Choose the correct word to fill the blank.

_______ are several different colors available.
A.
B.
C.

Question 4 of 20

5. Decide whether to use who's or whose in the following sentence.

'__________ stolen my wallet?' he shouted.
A.
B.

Question 5 of 20

6. Read this set of words below. Are they synonyms or antonyms?

deplore, admire
A.
B.

Question 6 of 20

7. Read this set of words below. Are they synonyms or antonyms?

Heritage, History
A.
B.

Question 7 of 20

8. Look at these sentences and put a tick next to the one that uses less/fewer correctly.
A.
B.

Question 8 of 20

9. Choosing words for connotation. Choose the word that best fits the meaning of the sentence.

It’s hard to get Martha’s attention when she is working because she is very _____________.
A.
B.

Question 9 of 20

10. Look at these sentences and put a tick next to the one that uses less/fewer correctly.
A.
B.

Question 10 of 20

11. Choose whether to use 'like' or 'as'.

_______ we heard, the hurricane is coming!
A.
B.

Question 11 of 20

12. Look at these sentences and put a tick next to the one that uses less/fewer correctly.
A.
B.

Question 12 of 20

13. There or Their or They're?

Have the children all had _______ dinner?
A.
B.
C.

Question 13 of 20

14. Look at these sentences and put a tick next to the one that uses less/fewer correctly.
A.
B.

Question 14 of 20

15. Choose the sentence that uses a word that has the most appropriate connotation.

1. We didn’t dare dispute his authority.

2. We didn’t dare dispute his jurisdiction.
A.
B.

Question 15 of 20

16. Write the word farther or further in the blank to correctly complete the sentence.

Please don't swim any ______________________ away from the shore.
A.
B.

Question 16 of 20

17. Write the word farther or further in the blank to correctly complete the sentence.

Are you any ______________________ in the chapter book you've been reading?
A.
B.

Question 17 of 20

18. Choose the sentence that uses a word that has the most appropriate connotation.
A.
B.

Question 18 of 20

19. There or Their or They're?

Is there anything in _______ ?
A.
B.
C.

Question 19 of 20

20. Choose the correct meaning of the underlined cliché in each sentence.

I am at my wits' end trying to organize this banquet.
A.
B.
C.

Question 20 of 20


 

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GED Test Prep Tips

Taking practice tests is very important because they indicate what your knowledge gaps are. It’s important that you know what your weak points are so you can focus on learning these topics.

Research has shown that students who take frequent practice tests get higher scores on the real test.

Recent graduates have some good advice for you: don’t try to learn for all subtests at once.

You are allowed to take one of the subject tests at a time, so prepare for one subject area, take that test, and move on to the next subject field.

When preparing for the test, the most common slipup is forgetting to block some time for learning.

Postponement and pretexts are your biggest enemies. Please adopt a learning schedule and stick to it.

The second common mistake that leads to failing the exam is the fact that students spend too much time on one question and end up not making it through the whole test.

 

Last Updated on August 17, 2020.

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