VERBAL.8 - Verbal Section-Q1 The four-million-year-old...

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Verbal Section ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Q1: The four-million-year-old fossilized skeleton known as Lucy is so small compared with many other skeletons presumed to be of the same species, and so some paleontologists have argued that Lucy represents a different lineage. A. presumed to be of the same species, and so B. presumed to be of the same species that C. presumed that they are of the same species, and so D. that they have presumed to be of the same species, so that E. that they have presumed are of the same species, and Answer: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Q2: In Creek theology the supreme being was Esaugetu Emissee (Master of Breath), who dwelt in an upper realm in which the sky was the floor, and who had the power to give and to take away the breath of life. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Q3: Today’s technology allows manufacturers to make small cars more fuel-efficient now than at any time in their production history. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Q4: A new hair-growing drug is being sold for three times the price, per milligram, as the drug’s maker charges for another product with the same active ingredient. 15
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----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Q5 to Q7: Many scholars have theorized that economic development, particularly industrialization and urbanization, con- Line tributes to the growth of participatory (5) democracy; according to this theory, it would seem logical that women would both demand and gain suffrage in ever greater numbers whenever economic development expanded their economic (10) opportunities. However, the economic development theory is inadequate to explain certain historical facts about the implementation of women’s suffrage. For example, why was women’s suf- (15) frage, instituted nationally in the United States in 1920, not instituted nationally in Switzerland until the 1970’s? Indus- trialization was well advanced in both countries by 1920: over 33 percent (20) of American workers were employed in various industries, as compared to 44 percent of Swiss workers. Granted, Switzerland and the United States diverged in the degree to (25) which the expansion of industry coin- cided with the degree of urbanization: only 29 percent of the Swiss population lived in cities of 10,000 or more inhabi- tants by 1920. However, urbanization (30) cannot fully explain women’s suffrage.
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