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Time allowed: 25 Minutes
Turn to your answer sheet and write
your essay on the lined portion of the page. To
receive credit, you must write your essay in the area
Write on the assigned topic below. If
you write on any other topic, your essay will be given
a score of zero.
Write or print legible: your readers
will be unfamiliar with your handwriting, and you want
them to be able to read what you write.
|The statement below makes a point
about a particular topic. Read the statement
carefully, and think about the assignment that
It is better to be underrated by people than to
be overrated by them.
ASSIGNMENT: What are your thoughts on the
statement above? Do you agree or disagree with the
writer's assertion? Compose an essay in which you
express your views on this topic. Your essay may
support, refute, or qualify the view expressed in the
statement. What you write, however, must be relevant
to the topic under discussion. Additionally, you must
support your viewpoint, indicating your reasoning and
providing examples based on your studies and/or
20 Questions--25 Minutes
|For each problem in this section
determine which of the five choices is correct and
blacken the corresponding choice on your answer
sheet. You may use any blank space on the page for
- You may use a calculator whenever you think
it will be helpful.
- Use the diagrams provided to help you solve
the problems. Unless you see the words "Note:
Figure not drawn to scale" under a diagram, it
has been drawn as accurately as possible. Unless
it is stated that a figure is three-dimensional,
you may assume it lies in a plane.
1. In the figure above, what is the value of a?
(A) 10 (B) 20 (C) 28 (D) 36 (E) 45
2. The Rivertown Little League is divided into d
divisions. Each division has t teams, and
each team has p players. How many players are
there in the entire league?
(A) d + t + p (B) dtp (C) pt / d (D) dt /
p (E) d / pt
3. What is the value of n if 2n+1 = 32?
(A) 4 (B) 5 (C) 6 (D) 7 (E) 8
4. In the figure above, what is the value of a + b
(A) 210 (B) 220 (C) 240 (D) 270 (E)
|Number of tournaments
5. The chart above shows the number of tennis
tournaments that Adam entered each year from 1990
through 1995. In what year did he enter 50% more
tournaments than the year before?
6. If, for any number b, b# = b + 1 and #b = b - 1,
which of the following is NOT equal to (3#) (#5)?
|(A) (1#) (#9)
||(B) 7# + #9
||(C) (4#) (#4)
||(D) (7#) (#3)
|(E) 15# / #2
7. If a is a multiple of 5 and
b = 5a, which of the following could be the value of a
(A) II only
(B) III only
(C) I and III only
(D) II and III only
(E) I, II, and III
8. If 3a = b and 3c
= d, then bd =
||(B) 3a + c
9. If r and s are two
nonzero numbers and if 78(r + s) = (78 + r)s, then
which of the following must be true?
|(A) r = 78
||(B) s = 78
||(C) r + s = rs
||(D) r < 1
||(E) s < 1
10. If it is now June, what month will
it be 100 months from now?
11. If the average (arithmetic mean)
of three consecutive integers is A, which of the
following must be true?
I. One of the numbers is equal to A.
II. The average of two of the three numbers is A.
III. A is an integer
|(A) I only
||(B) II only
||(C) III only
||(D) I and II only
|(E) I, II, and III
12. A bag contains 25 slips of paper,
on each of which a different integer from 1 to 25 is
written. Blindfolded, Scott draws one of the slips of
paper. He wins if the number on the slip he draws is a
multiple of 3 or 5. What is the probability that Scott
|(A) 1 / 25
||(B) 8 / 25
||(C) 11 / 25
||(D) 12 / 25
||(E) 13 / 25
13. If m2 = 17, then what is the value
of (m + 1) (m - 1)?
|(A) √17 - 1
||(B) √17 + 1
14. Which of the following points lies
in the interior of the circle whose radius is 10 and
whose center is at the origin?
|(A) (-9, 4)
||(B) (5, -9)
||(C) (0, -10)
||(D) (10, -1)
||(E) (-6, 8)
15. Several shoppers were surveyed at
a supermarket and asked how many people were in their
families and how much money they spend each week on
food. The data were graphed in the following
If the average weekly cost of food per
person for each of the seven families, A - G, was
calculated, which one would be the median?
16. If p pencils cost c
cents, how many pencils can be bought for d
||(C) dp / 100c
||(D) 100cd / p
||(E) 100dp / c
17. If a is increased by 10%
and b is decreased by 10%, the resulting
numbers will be equal. What is the ratio of a
|(A) 9 /11
||(B) 9 / 10
||(C) 1 / 1
||(D) 10 / 9
||(E) 11 / 9
18. In the figure at the right, line
partition pentagon ABCDE into a rectangle and two
triangles. For which of the following can the value be
I. a + b
II. b + c
III. a + b + c + d
(A) II only
(B) I and II only
(C) II and III only
(D) I and III only
(E) I, II, and III
19. Which of the following CANNOT be
expressed as the sum of two or more consecutive
20. In the figure above, the legs of
right triangle ACB are diameters of the two
semicircles. If AB = 4 what is the sum of the areas of
24 Questions--25 Minutes
| Select the best answer to each
of the following questions; then blacken the
appropriate space on your answer sheet.
| Each of the following sentences
contains one or two blanks; each blank indicates
that a word or set of words has been left out.
Below the sentence are five words or phrases,
lettered A through E. Select the word or set of
words that best completes the sentence.
Fame is ---------; today's rising star is
all too soon tomorrow's washed-up has been.
1. Like foolish people who continue to live near an
active volcano, many of us are --- about the --- of
atomic warfare and its attendant destruction.
2. By communicating through pointing and making
gestures, Charles was able to overcome any ---
difficulties that arose during his recent trip to
3. In order that future generations may --- the
great diversity of animal life, it is the task of the
International Wildlife Preservation Commission to
prevent endangered species from becoming ---.
4. We find it difficult to translate a foreign text
literally because we cannot capture the --- of the
original passage exactly.
5. It is remarkable that a man so in the public
eye, so highly praised and imitated, can retain his
6. For all the --- involved in the study of seals,
we Arctic researchers have occasional moments of pure
--- over some new discovery.
7. Despite the growing --- of Hispanic actors in
the American theater, many Hispanic experts feel that
the Spanish-speaking population is --- on the stage.
8. As sportscaster, Cosell was apparently never
---; he made --- comments about every boxing match he
| Read each passage below, and
then answer the questions that follow the passage.
The correct response may be stated outright or
merely suggested in the passage.
Questions 9 and 10 are based on the following
The Rosetta Stone! What a providential find that
was. And what a remarkable set of circumstances it
took for people to be able to read Egyptian
hieroglyphics after a hiatus of some 1400 years. It
even took a military campaign. In 1798, Napoleon
Bonaparte's army attacked British-held Egypt, seeking
to cut off England from the riches of the Middle East.
Rebuilding a fortress, a French soldier uncovered a
block of basalt inscribed with writing in three
distinct scripts; Greek, demotic script (an everyday
cursive form of Egyptian), and Egyptian hieroglyphs.
At that moment, modern Egyptology began.
9. The primary purpose of lines 1-5 is to
(A) describe the physical attributes of an artifact
(B) underscore the difficulty of translating ancient
(C) indicate a new direction for linguistic research
(D) qualify an excessively sweeping generalization
(E) emphasize the unusual background of a discovery
10. The author's tone in writing of the discovery
of the Rosetta Stone can best be characterized as
Questions 11 and 12 are based on the following
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man recounts
the tale of Stephen Dedalus, a sensitive young
Dubliner. As a child, he suffers because of his
classmates' cruelty, his Jesuit teachers'
authoritarianism, and his country's political turmoil.
Growing older, Stephen becomes increasingly isolated
from his friends, his church, and his country, viewing
them all as heartless and hypocritical. Intent on
becoming a writer, he eventually concludes he must
sever all ties --- family, friends, church, and
country---to achieve fulfillment as an artist. The
hero must leave Ireland, leave the Church, to set off
alone "to forge in the sanity of [his] soul the
uncreated conscience of [his] race."
11. The passage as a whole suggests that achieving
"fulfillment as an artist" (lines 9-10) might best be
(A) a modest accomplishment
(B) a worthwhile endeavor
(C) an unrealistic goal
(D) a painful process
(E) a passing phase
12. As used in line 11, the word "forge" most
Questions 13-24 are based on the following passage.
In this excerpt from a novel, Catherine's Aunt
Lavinia comes to make her home with Catherine and her
father and becomes involved in Catherine's upbringing.
When the child was about ten years old, he invited
his sister, Mrs. Penniman, to come and stay with him.
His sister Lavinia had married a poor clergyman, of a
sickly constitution and of flowery style of eloquence,
and then, at the age of thirty-three, had been left a
widow - without children, without fortune - with
nothing but the memory of Mr. Penniman's flowers of
speech, a certain vague aroma of which hovered about
her own conversation. Nevertheless, he had offered her
a home under his own roof, which Lavinia accepted with
the alacrity of a woman who had spent the ten years of
her married life in the town of Poughkeepsie. The
doctor had not proposed to Mrs. Penniman to come and
live with him indifinitely; he had suggested that she
should make an asylum of his house while she looked
about for unfurnished lodgings. It is uncertain
whether Mrs. Penniman ever instituted a search for
unfurnished lodgings, but it is beyond dispute that
she never found them. She settled herself with her
brother and never went away, and, when Catherine was
twenty years old, her Aunt Lavinia was still one of
the most striking features of her immediate entourage.
Mrs. Penniman's own account of the matter was that she
had remained to take charge of her niece's education.
She had given this account, at least, to everyone but
the Doctor, who never asked for explanations which he
could entertain himself any day with inventing. Mrs.
Penniman, moreover, though she had a good deal of a
certain sort of artificial assurance, shrunk, for
indefinable reasons, from presenting herself to her
brother as a fountain of instruction. She had not a
high sense of humor, but she had enough to prevent her
from making this mistake; and her brother, on his
side, had enough to excuse her, in her situation, for
laying him under contribution during a considerable
part of a lifetime. He therefore assented tacitly to
the proposition which Mrs. Penniman had tacitly laid
down, that it was of importance near her. His assent
could only be tacit, for he had never been dazzled by
his sister's intellectual luster. Save when he fell in
love with Catherine Harrington, he had never been
dazzled, indeed, by any feminine characteristics
whatever; and though he was to a certain extent what
is called a ladies' doctor, his private opinion of the
more complicated sex was not exalted. He nevertheless,
at the end of six months, accepted his sister's
permanent presence as an accomplished fact, and as
Catherine grew older, perceived that there were in
effect good reasons why she should have a companion of
her own imperfect sex. He was extremely polite to
Lavinia, scrupulously, formally polite; and she had
never seen him in anger but once in her life, when he
lost his temper in a theological discussion with her
late husband. With her he never discussed theology,
nor, indeed, discussed anything; he contented himself
with making known, very distinctly in the form of a
lucid ultimatum, his wishes with regard to Catherine.
Once, when the girl was about twelve years old, he
had said to her - "Try and make a clever woman of her,
Lavinia; I should like her to be a clever woman."
Mrs. Penniman, at this, looked thoughtful a moment.
"My dear Austin," She then inquired, "do you think
it is better to be clever than to be good?"
From this assertion Mrs. Penniman saw no reason to
dissent; she possibly reflected that her own great use
in the world was owing to her aptitude for many
"Of course I wish Catherine to be good," the Doctor
said next day; "but she won't be any the less virtuous
for not being a fool. I am not afraid of her being
wicked; she will never have the salt of malice in her
character. She is 'as good as good bread,' as the
French say; but six years hence I don't want to have
to compare her to good bread-and-butter."
"Are you afraid she will be insipid? My dear
brother, it is I who supply the butter; so you need
not fear!" said Mrs. Penniman, who had taken in hand
the child's "accomplishments," overlooking her at the
piano, where Catherine displayed a certain talent, and
going with her to the dancing class, where it must be
confessed that she made but a modest figure.
13. The word "constitution" in line 4 means
14. From the description of how Mrs. Penniman came
to live in her brother's home (line 1-12), we may
infer all of the following EXCEPT that
(A) she readily became dependent on her brother
(B) she was married at the age of twenty-three
(C) she was physically delicate and in ill health
(D) she ad not found living in Poughkeepsie
(E) she occasionally echoed an ornate manner of speech
15. The word "asylum" in line 14 means
16. In the passage the Doctor is portrayed most
(A) benevolent and retiring
(B) casual and easy-going
(C) sadly ineffectual
(D) civil but imperious
(E) habitually irate
17. Lines 25-29 introduce which aspect of the
Doctor's and Mrs. Penniman's relationship?
(A) Their mutual admiration
(B) the guilt Mrs. Penniman feels about imposing on
(C) The Doctor's burdensome sense of responsibility
(D) His inability to excuse her shortcomings
(E) Her relative lack of confidence in dealing with
18. The reason the Doctor gives only tacit assent
to Mrs. Penniman's excuse for living with him is that
(A) actually regrets ever having allowed her to
(B) does not believe in his sister's purported
(C) objects to her taking part in his daughter's
(D) is unable to reveal the depth of his respect for
(E) does not wish to embarrass his sister with his
19. It can be inferred that the Doctor views
children primarily as
(A) a source of joy and comfort in old age
(B) innocent sufferers for the sins of their fathers
(C) clay to be molded into an acceptable image
(D) the chief objective of the married state
(E) their parents' sole chance for immortality
20. The word "reflected" in line 63 means
21. In lines 70 and 71, the Doctor's analogy to
"good bread-and-butter" is used to emphasize
(A) the wholesomeness of Catherine's character
(B) his fear that his daughter may prove virtuous but
(C) the discrepancy between Catherine's nature and her
(D) his hostility toward his sister's notions of
(E) his appreciation of the simple things in life
22. The word "overlooking" in line 75 means
(D) watching over
(E) towering above
23. Mrs. Penniman's opinion of her ability to mold
Catherine successfully (lines 72 and 73) can best be
(A) characteristically modest
(B) moderately ambivalent
(C) atypically judicious
(D) unrealistically optimistic
(E) cynically dispassionate
24. The remarks about Catherine in the last
paragraph reveal her
(A) limited skill as a dancer
(B) virtuosity as a pianist
(C) shyness with her dancing partners
(D) indifference to cleverness
(E) reluctance to practice
35 Questions - 25 Minutes
|Select the best answer to each of
the following questions; then blacken the
appropriate space on your answer sheet.
|Some or all parts of the
following sentences are underlines. The first
answer choice, (A), simply repeats the underlined
part of the sentence. The other four choices
present four alternative ways to phrase the
underlined part. Select the answer that produces
the most effective sentence, one that is clear and
exact, and blacken the appropriate space on your
answer sheet. In selecting your choice, be sure
that it is standard written English, and that is
expresses the meaning of the original sentence.
The first biography of author Eudora Welty came
out in 1998 and she was 89 years old at the
(A) and she was 89 years old at the time
(B) at the time when she was 89
(C) upon becoming an 89 year old
(D) when she was 89
(E) at the age of 89 years old
1. In the tennis match Don was paired with Bill;
Ed, with AI.
(A) was paired with Bill; Ed, with AI
(B) was paired with Bill; but Ed was paired with AI
(C) was paired with Bill, and it was Ed with AI
(D) pairing with Bill; Wd being with AI
(E) pairing with Bill; Ed was with AI
2. In the Middle Ages, a lord's intricate wall
hangings were more than mere tapestries they were a
measure of his consequence and wealth.
(A) mere tapestries they were a measure
(B) merely tapestries they were a measure
(C) mere tapestries and were a measure
(D) mere tapestries; they were a measure
(E) mere tapestries, while they were a measure
3. With the exception of Frank and I, everyone
in the class finished the assignment before the
(A) Frank and I, everyone in the class finished
(B) Frank and me, everyone in the class finished
(C) Frank and me, everyone in the class had finished
(D) Frank and I, everyone in the class finished
4. The automated teller machine is an efficient
device for handling financial transactions; it is
sure to be superseded in time, however, when the
growth of electronic banking will make it obsolete.
(A) transactions; its sure to be superseded in
(B) transaction, for it is sure to be superseded in
(C) transaction; however, surely being superseded in
(D) transaction, being sure to be superseded in time
(E) transactions; but will be sure to be superseded in
5. It is possible for a student to do well in class
all semester and then you fail because of a
poor performance on the final examination.
(A) then you fail
(B) then one fails
(C) then you get a failing grade
(D) later he fails
(E) then to fail
6. Having an exceptionally hardy and
well-preserved physique, NASA officials chose
77-year-old John Glenn to participate in a study
of the effects of space weightlessness on the human
(A) Having and exceptionally hardy and
well-preserved physique, NASA officials chose
77-year-old John Glenn
(B) NASA officials who chose 77-year-old John Glenn
for his exceptionally hardy and well-preserved
(C) Based on his exceptionally hardy and
well-preserved physique, 77-year-old John Glenn was
chosen by NASA officials
(D) Because his physiques was exceptionally hardy and
well-preserved, NASA officials chose 77-year-old John
(E) Having an exceptionally hardy and well-preserved
physique, NASA officials therefore chose 77-year-old
7. In addition to being vital to the formation and
maintenance of strong bones and teeth, calcium is
used by the body in transmitting nerve impulses,
binding together cells, and producing enzymes and
(A) calcium is used by the body is transmitting
nerve impulses, binding together cells, and producing
enzymes and hormones
(B) the body uses calcium in transmitting nerve
impulses, binding together cells, and producing
enzymes and hormones
(C) calcium's uses include transmitting nerve
impulses, binding together cells, and the production
of enzymes and hormones
(D) transmitting nerve impulses, binding together
cells, and producing enzymes and hormones are ways in
which the body is using calcium
(E) in the body calcium being used for transmitting
nerve impulses, binding together cells, and producing
enzymes and hormones
8. As the protest mounted, small skirmishes
between students and police that broke out
everywhere, flaring up like sudden brush fires on all
(A) skirmishes between student and police that
(B) skirmishes between student and police which broke
(C) skirmishes between student and police broke
(D) skirmishes between student and police which were
(E) skirmishes between student and police breaking
9. Great plans for the future were made by Huck
and Tom that depended on their finding the gold
hidden in the cave.
(A) Great plans for the future were made by Huck
and Tom that
(B) Great plans fro the future were made by Huck and
(C) Huck and Tom, who made great plans for the future
(D) Huck and Tom made great plans for the future that
(E) Great plans for the future were being made by Huck
and Tom that
10. Many classic recordings have been reissued
in compact disc format, some perennial favorites have
(A) Many classic recordings have been reissued
(B) Many classic recordings have reissued
(C) Many a classic recording have been reissued
(D) Despite many classic recordings which have been
(E) Although many classic recordings have been
11. Although now engaged in writing background
music for television show, his next musical project
will be to compose a symphony in memory of the
(A) his next musical project will be to compose a
(B) the next musical project he will undertake will be
the composition of a symphony
(C) he will next compose a symphony
(D) therefore the will next compose a symphony
(E) his next musical project will be the composition
of a symphony
| The sentences in this section
may contain errors in grammar, usage, choice of
words, or idioms. Either there is just one error
in a sentence or the sentence is correct. Some
words or phrases are underlined and lettered;
everything else in the sentence is correct.
If an underlined word or phrase is incorrect,
choose that letter; if the sentence is correct,
select No error. Then blacken the
appropriate space on your answer sheet.
The region has a climate so severe that
plants growing there rarely had been
more than twelve inches high. No error
12. It was reported that the identities
of them to be called as witnesses would be
released on Tuesday by the district attorney.
13. The ad stated that a piano was needed
for the school play in good condition.
14. The fishing fleet left the harbor
when the fisherman heard that a school of bluefish
were near the wreak. No error
15. In consideration about his ling service
to the theater, the Tony Awards committee made a
special presentation honoring producer George
Abbott, who had recently celebrated his
hundredth birthday. No error
16. A minority group comprising 30% of the
community and represented by only one
member out of 25 on the City Council. No
17. In spite of a superficial simplicity, there
are many aspects of the prose style of
Ernest Hemingway that would be profitable
subjects for further study. No error
18. Among George, Henry, and I,
there can be no secrets. No error
19. Neither the reporters nor the
editor were satisfied with the salary offer
made by the publisher. No error
20. The workers who I see the subway
every afternoon seem tired and dejected.
21. The article was rejected because of its
length, verbosity, and it presented
only one point of view. No error
22. Mr. Jones's decision to retire came
as a shock to all who respected his
ability. No error
23. When she spoke with the police, she reported
her loss; she states that a large quantity
of clothing and of valuable jewelry were
missing. No error
24. Between the small shops and boutiques of
Greenwich village and the giant department
stores of midtown Manhattan lie the ethnically
varied residential neighborhood of Chelsea.
25. Bailing vigorously, we managed
to remain afloat until we were rescued by
the Coast Guard. No error
26. We had ought to finish out trip before
dark because it gets very cold after the sun
goes down. No error
27. Does that remark infer that you
are displeased with the way I am managing
the business? No error
28. The success of recent Victorian art
exhibitions in London, Paris, and New York
illustrate a shift in both scholarly
assessment and public taste. No error
29. Just as some teenagers adore video
games, so others condemn it as a utter
waste of time. No error
|The passage below is the unedited
draft of a student's essay. Parts of the essay
need to be rewritten to make the meaning clearer
and more precise. Read the essay carefully.
The essay is followed by six questions about
changes that might improve all or part of the
organization, development, sentence structure, use
of language, appropriateness to the audience, or
use of standard written English. In each case,
choose the answer the most clearly and effectively
expresses the student's intended meaning. Indicate
your choice by blackening the corresponding space
on the answer sheet.
 Teenagers under eighteen can now receive a
major credit card as long as the credit card's use is
supervised by a parent or guardian.  This is a good
idea since it gives these teenagers the responsibility
of managing their money.  Another is because
teenagers can develop good habits of spending that
will be useful later in life.
 A teenagers can legally hold a job at age
sixteen.  This means that many teenagers have a
steady income, which they should be able to spend as
they wish.  Being in control of their own finances
not only teaches them the value of money but how to
spend it wisely.
 An example of a teenager with a credit card is
Bonita Robbins.  Bonita is a junior in high school.
 She is seventeen years old.  She works after
school in a real estate office.  She earns about
$100 a week.  After three months of work she
applied for a credit card.  Her bank gave her one
but said that there will be a "trial period" in which
her parent will be responsible.  Most of the time
Bonita paid her bills punctually and on time. 
However, during one month Bonita charged more than she
could pay, so her parents loaned her the money. 
The next month Bonita saved her income and paid it
back.  This was a good lesson for Bonita, because
next time she'll probably be more careful about
 This plan also lets the parents and the
teenagers plan how the credit card will be used. 
teenagers might use the card freely to buy things for
less that $25.  For items costing more, talk to
your parents before buying them.  Parents could
help their teenager to plan a budget or set priorities
for spending money.  Since parents are going to
assume responsibility for the card's use or abuse,
they will way to have some input on how it will be
30. Which is the best revision of the underlined
segment of sentence 3 below?
Another is because teenagers can develop good
habits of spending that will be useful later in life.
(A) reason is because teenagers develop
(B) reason is that teenagers may develop
(C) idea is due to the fact that teenagers may develop
(D) may come about due to teenagers' developing
(E) idea may be because teenagers develop
31. Given the context of paragraph 3, which
revision of sentences 8, 9, 10, and 11 is the most
(A) Bonita, a junior in high school, earning about
$100 a week by working after school in a real estate
office, is seventh years old.
(B) As a junior in high school and being seventeen,
she works after school in a real estate office, earns
about $100 a week.
(C) A seventh-year-old high school junior, she earns
$100 a week at an after-school job in a real office.
(D) Bonita Robbins earns office; she is seventeen and
is a high school junior.
(E) Being a junior in high school, Bonita, seventeen
years old, earning about $100 a week in a real estate
office at an after-school job.
32. Which of the following is the best revision of
(A) Bills were paid punctually.
(B) Usually Bonita had paid her bills on time.
(C) Most of the time the bills were paid by Bonita on
(D) Usually Bonita paid her bills punctually and on
(E) Usually Bonita paid her bills when they were due.
33. With regard to the whole essay, which of the
following best describes the function of paragraph 3?
(A) To summarize the discussion presented in
(B) To persuade readers to change their point of view
(C) To provide an example
(D) To ridicule an idea presented earlier in the essay
(E) To draw a conclusion
34. Which revision of the underlined segment of
sentence 18 below provides the best transition between
the third and fourth paragraphs?
This plan also lets the parents and the teenagers
plan how the credit card will be used.
(A) Another advantage of this plan is that it
(B) Another advantage of "trial" credit card program
like Bonita's is that it
(C) A different advantage to Bonita's experience
(D) All of a sudden, it
(E) Together, it
35. In the context of the fourth paragraph, which
is the best revision of sentence 20?
(A) Before buying items worth more teenagers might
consult a parent.
(B) Teenagers should be talking to their parents
before buying something that costs more that $25.
(C) But first talking about things costing more than
$25 between parents and teenagers.
(D) First teenagers and parents must talk before
buying something that costs more than $25.
(E) Buying something that costs more than $25 to
purchase must be talked over between parents and
The questions on remaining sections 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
and 9 are similar to the section 1, 2, and 3.
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