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The GED Practice Test - Language Arts Reading - Reading Comprehension Poetry has been designed to test important aspects of Language Arts Reading. The aim is to test the clarity in thought and ideas of the test taker, which entails reading the poem provided and answering the questions to:
-infer an idea from the poem
-to determine significant elements in the poem
-to judge the general feel of the poem
 This Question is based on the following passage:

1. The world affects us through our senses. What are some examples cited in the poem?
a.Moon and stars
b.Heat and dust
c.Fruits and vegetables
d.Flowers and birds
e.None of the above
Last improved on 1/11/2010 at 9:07:19 PM by Phoenix
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2. How does the poet feel about being alive?
a.Dull and sad
b.Happy and optimistic
c.Crazy and passionate
d.Dangerous and absurd
e.None of the above
 This Question is based on the following passage:

3. According to the poet one person can change the world by:
a.Sacrificing
b.Adding flavor
c.Fasting
d.Meditation
e.None of the above
 This Question is based on the following passage:

4. The last lines of the poem "There are some times ………… much larger plan", gives the impression that the poem is:
a.Irony
b.Simile
c.Satire
d.Personification
e.Philosophical
 This Question is based on the following passage:

5. What is the most likely message conveyed by the poet in the first four lines of the poem "All of my senses are met by the morning…………How the world changed while I drifted away"?
a.Coming of the morning signifies that nature is short-lived
b.Coming of the morning signifies that life is full of darkness and sorrow
c.Coming of the morning signifies that nature is merciless
d.Coming of the morning signifies that nature is full of happiness and life
e.None of the above

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6. The horse which the knight is riding is shown as:
a.Brave and courageous
b.Dull and stupid
c.Fast and swift
d.Slow and lazy
e.None of the above
 This Question is based on the following passage:

7. The sentence, "Men of steel flickered and gleamed like riot of silver lights",  is an example of:
a.Irony
b.Simile
c.Satire
d.Personification
e.Exaggeration
 This Question is based on the following passage:

8. What does the word silver lights imply in the sentence "Men of steel flickered and gleamed like riot of silver lights"
a.Sounds and sights of birds
b.A wrestling bout
c.Sword fighting
d.A dance performance
e.None of the above
 This Question is based on the following passage:

9. The ending lines of the poem conveys a feeling of:
a.Victory
b.Melancholy
c.Courage
d.Tragic sadness
e.None of the Above
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10. Which element is especially significant in this passage?
a.Dialogue
b.Setting
c.Illustrations
d.Levels of usage
e.Rhythm
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11. What is the girl doing?
a.Picking fruits from apple orchard
b.Cutting and collecting grain
c.Milking cow in the open field
d.Grazing cattle in the forest
e.None of the above
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12. What is the girl singing about?
a.Singing a romantic song
b.Singing a war song
c.Singing a sad song
d.Singing a festive song
e.None of the above
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13. What affect did the song have on the poet?
a.The poet started dancing in frenzy
b.The poet started remembering about her dead mother
c.The poet also started singing
d.The poet was thrilled by the song
e.None of the above
 This Question is based on the following passage:

14. To what has the poet compared the girl's song?
a.The poet compares the girls song with a cuckoo bird
b.The poet compares the girls song with an Arabian singer
c.The poet compares the girls song with a nightingale
d.Both a and c  
e.None of the above
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15. The poem is the best example of a:
a.Elegy
b.Rubaiyat
c.Lyric
d.Sonnet
e.None of the above
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What others think about GED Practice Test - Language Arts Reading - Reading Comprehension Poetry
By: tricia on Jul 23, 2013
  its borning
By: Janet Roberts on Jan 19, 2011
  Thank you. The poems are simple and the questions very clear. For ESL students, the vocabulary is not too difficult. Please include the poets' names for all the poems.
By: ytvonne on Jun 1, 2010
  this is a very nice poem thank you.
By: Vicki on Oct 18, 2009
  Interesting. I'm keen to see my score.
By: ghg on Sep 9, 2009
  glad im finish....
By: sherry on Aug 29, 2009
  very interesting but little hard too.
By: margaret on Jul 19, 2009
  Hard but good
By: julius on May 23, 2009
  great test, challenging but fair
By: KATIE on Dec 16, 2008
  IT WAS HELPFUL AND FUN
  

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