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  GWD-TN-20: Verbal Section

  1. GWD30-Q1:

  The artist Renoir’s last word was “flowers,” spoken as they arranged a bouquet of roses just picked from his garden in a vase on his bedroom windowsill.

  A. as they arranged a bouquet of roses just picked from his garden

  B. as a bouquet of roses had been just picked from his garden and was being arranged

  C. as a bouquet of roses just picked from his garden was being arranged

  D. during the arrangement of a bouquet of roses just picked from his garden

  E. while they arranged a bouquet of roses that had just been picked from his garden

  2. GWD30-Q2:

  Caribou are wary animals with excellent hearing, so stalking them over the treeless landscape, getting close enough to kill it with nothing but a handheld lance, as Dorset people did, required exceptional hunting skill.

  A. so stalking them over the treeless landscape, getting close enough to kill it

  B. so to stalk them over the treeless landscape and get close enough to kill one

  C. so in order to stalk them over the treeless landscape and get close enough to kill one

  D. and so in order to stalk it over the treeless landscape, getting close enough to kill it

  E. and so stalking them over the treeless landscape and getting close enough in order to kill it

  3. GWD30-Q3:

  Like ants, termites have an elaborate social structure in which a few individuals reproduce and the rest are serving the colony by tending juveniles, gathering food, building the nest, or they battle intruders.

  A. are serving the colony by tending juveniles, gathering food, building the nest, or they battle

  B. are serving the colony in that they tend juveniles, gather food, build the nest, or battle

  C. serve the colony, tending juveniles, gathering food, building the nest, or by battling

  D. serve the colony by tending juveniles, gathering food, by building the nest, or by battling

  E. serve the colony by tending juveniles, gathering food, building the nest, or battling

  4. GWD30-Q4:

  The three women, liberal activists who strongly support legislation in favor of civil rights and environmental protection, have consistently received labor’s unqualifying support.

  A. have consistently received labor’s unqualifying support

  B. are consistently receiving the unqualifying support of labor

  C. have consistently received the unqualified support of labor

  D. receive consistent and unqualified support by labor

  E. are receiving consistent and unqualified support by labor

  5. GWD30-Q5:

  Citing the recent increase in earnings by several computer companies, economists feel that a cycle has begun in which personal computer users, especially corporate consumers, are replacing their PC’s with more powerful models.

  A. a cycle has begun in which personal computer users

  B. a cycle for personal computer users has begun in which they

  C. there is a cycle beginning for personal computer users

  D. it is the beginning of a cycle for personal computer users

  E. personal computer users are in the beginning of a cycle when they

  GWD30-Q6 to Q9+ PP-RC 4:

  Some historians contend that conditions in the United States during the Second World War gave rise to a dynamic wartime alliance between trade unions and the African American community, an alliance that advanced the cause of civil rights. They conclude that the postwar demise of this vital alliance constituted a lost opportunity for the civil rights movement that followed the war. Other scholars, however, have portrayed organized labor as defending all along the relatively privileged position of White workers relative to African American workers. Clearly, these two perspectives are not easily reconcilable, but the historical reality is not reducible to one or the other.

  Unions faced a choice between either maintaining the prewar status quo or promoting a more inclusive approach that sought for all members the right to participate in the internal affairs of unions, access to skilled and high-paying positions within the occupational hierarchy, and protection against management’s arbitrary authority in the workplace. While union representatives often voiced this inclusive ideal, in practice unions far more often favored entrenched interests. The accelerating development of the civil rights movement following the Second World War exacerbated the unions’ dilemma, forcing trade unionists to confront contradictions in their own practices.

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