SAT Questions and Answers Model Paper-5 Important Questions Section I

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Section - I

Time - 10 minutes

14 Questions

1. Thought Douglas Engelbard designed and built the first computer mouse, he profited little from his invention because it does not become popular until his patent had already expired.

(A) It does not become

(B) It did not become

(C) Of them not becoming

(D) Of their not becoming

(E) They had not become

2. Most famous for her record-breaking trip around the world. Nellie Bly (1864 - 1922) also pioneered a new type of undercover investigative journalism and inventing a type of steel barrel.

(A) Inventing a type of steel barrel

(B) Invents a type of steel barrel

(C) Invented a type of steel barrel

(D) A type of steel barrel was invented by her

(E) A type of steel barrel was also her invention

3. To encourage young people to read, a number of author, who sell their books with companion video games that require players to use information from the books to advance in the games?

(A) Authors, who sell

(B) Authors, they sell

(C) Authors, having sold

(D) Authors selling

(E) Authors are selling

4. The discovery of geysers erupting from the floors of several oceans convinced scientists that hydrothermal vents exist around the world rather than only in the pacific basin, which is where they thought previously.

(A) Basin, which is where they thought previously

(B) Basin, not as they have thought

(C) Basin that they had previously thought

(D) Basin that they used to think

(E) Basin as one previously thought

5. A structure large enough to seen from outer space, workers moved massive stone blocks to create china՚s great wall, which spans thousands of miles.

(A) A structure large enough to be seen from outer space workers moved massive stone blocks to create china՚s great wall, which spans thousands of miles.

(B) A structure large enough to be seen from outer space and created by workers moving massive stone blocks is china՚s wall, it spans thousands of miles.

(C) Created by workers moving massive stone blocks, china՚s great wall spans thousands of miles and is large enough to be seen from outer space.

(D) China՚s Great Wall, a structure large enough to be seen from outer space, spans thousands of miles, was created by workers moving massive stone blocks.

(E) Spanning thousands of miles and it is large enough to be seen from outer space, workers moved massive stone blocks to create china՚s great wall.

6. Unlike other kinds of hearing aids, which work by amplifying sound, the cochlear implant, which they often call a bionic car, works by directly stimulating functioning auditory nerves with electrical impulses.

(A) Implant, which they often call

(B) Implant, which are often called

(C) Implant is often called

(D) Implant, often called

(E) Implant, often they call it

7. An otter grooms its fur continually, and their claws are used by them to remove debris.

(A) And their claws are used by them

(B) Their claws are used

(C) It uses its claws

(D) Using its claws

(E) Using their claws

8. The Basque language is not closely related to any other language in the world, its origins therefore cannot be determined by scholars.

(A) Its origins therefore cannot be determined by scholars

(B) Therefore determining its origins cannot be done by scholars

(C) And therefore scholars cannot determined its origins

(D) And scholars therefore not determining its origins

(E) Scholars therefore not determining its origins

9. The television show soul train reached the height of its popularity in the 1970s and 1980s, it was showcasing the latest songs by outstanding rhythm-and-blues, soul, and hip-hop artists.

(A) It was showcasing

(B) Showcasing

(C) It showcased

(D) When it showcases

(E) When they showcased

10. In 1912 the mayor of Tokyo gave thousands of cherry trees to the city of Washington, D. C. , which holds the annual National Cherry Blossom festival every year to commemorate this gift.

(A) Which holds the annual

(B) Which annually holds the

(C) Which holds the

(D) Holding the annual

(E) And they hold the

11. Just as sprinting requires speed, so running a marathon requires endurance.

(A) Running a marathon requires endurance

(B) Marathon runners require endurance

(C) Endurance is required to run a marathon

(D) Endurance is required when running a marathon

(E) It requires endurance running a marathon

12. The bristlecone pine has a maximum life span of about 5,000 years, which is much longer than almost any other tree.

(A) Which is much longer than

(B) And this is much longer than

(C) It is much longer than that of

(D) Much longer than that of

(E) Much the longest of

13. Bridget worried that she might not be able to bring back many souvenirs were she to take only one suitcase on vacation.

(A) Were she to take?

(B) If she would have taken

(C) Was she to have taken?

(D) Had she took

(E) By having taken

14. When I learned that both events were scheduled for the same evening, I found it difficult to choose between goings to the basketball game or attend the rock concert.

(A) Or attend

(B) Or to attend

(C) Or attending

(D) And attending

(E) And to attend

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