Pre GED Language Practice Test

This pre GED Language test includes questions from 3 categories. These questions will help you prepare for the real GED® Language Arts Test.

The real RLA test needs to be completed in 150 minutes.

Each question of this test has four answer choices. Choose the best answer for each question. At the end of the test, you will see full explanations and your results.

1. What is the correct form of the verb to agree with the subject?

Maria and her sister ... at school.

Question 1 of 10

2. The winning team captain, as well as the players, ... happy.

Question 2 of 10

3. What is the correct word?

It was a ... lake to swim in.

Question 3 of 10

4. Which word or words have the opposite meaning of the expression shabby?During the study break, the smaller children just played, either hanging around at the shabby skateboard park or dressing up to mingle in the pristine, new shopping mall downtown. The oldest daughter went for an internship at the local museum, studying supernovas through a giant telescope. 

Question 4 of 10

5. Which is the correct word?

Mike wrote too ... on the exam.

Question 5 of 10

6. Which of the sentence uses commas in the correct way?

Question 6 of 10

7. Is the following showing a fact or an opinion?

Several colleges across the nation are offering programs in teacher training. 

Question 7 of 10

8. Does the following sentence show a fact or an opinion?

The best school for teacher training programs is the University of Northern Iowa.

Question 8 of 10

9. Read the paragraph and select the word that may replace the word "hiatus".The hiatus during the summer offered the Marty family the opportunity to relax before the had to return to school in the fall. During the summer break, the smaller children played, either casual at the rather shabby skateboard park or getting dressed up to mingle in the pristine, new shopping mall downtown.

Question 9 of 10

10. Substitute the underlined words in the following sentence:

He doesn't know many of the students in the class.

Question 10 of 10


How many people do you know that constantly dream about achieving something, but don’t do anything to make it happen? They say things like “I deserve…” and “Someday I should…”

And then nothing happens. I know you are not like that because you took the first important step to discover how to get your GED and took this test.

This educational test is meant to test your memory and how well you can apply the things that you learned at school.

If you want to pass the GED test you will need to have a sophisticated level of knowledge in these 4 subjects.

Start with these quizzes and then you can continue preparing by taking one of our free GED practice tests.

To get successfully through the GED prep and pass the GED test, you need to develop the right mindset and trick your willpower.

For this to happen, you should know what motivates you and what will keep you on track towards your GED diploma.

You also need to have some kind of preparation plan.

Otherwise, you soon may feel overwhelmed and lose track and what worse, give up regular learning altogether.

The solution is quite simple: follow the proven plan and take one step at a time. This way, you will focus on your short-term tasks and not feel swamped by the number of lessons you need to learn. So good luck with this pre GED quiz.


Last Updated on April 17, 2021.

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