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How good to lie a little while
And look up through the tree!
The Sky is like a kind big smile
Bent sweetly over me.
The Sunshine flickers through the lace 5
Of leaves above my head;
And kisses me upon the face
Like Mother, before bed.
The Wind comes stealing o’er the grass
To whisper pretty things; 10
And though I cannot see him pass,
I feel his careful wings.
So many gentle Friends are near
Whom one can scarcely see,
A child should never feel a fear, 15
Wherever he may be.
What poetic technique is used in Line 3?
How good to lie a little while
And look up through the tree!
The Sky is like a kind big smile
Bent sweetly over me.
The Sunshine flickers through the lace 5
Of leaves above my head;
And kisses me upon the face
Like Mother, before bed.
The Wind comes stealing o’er the grass
To whisper pretty things; 10
And though I cannot see him pass,
I feel his careful wings.
So many gentle Friends are near
Whom one can scarcely see,
A child should never feel a fear, 15
Wherever he may be.
The third verse is best described as
How good to lie a little while
And look up through the tree!
The Sky is like a kind big smile
Bent sweetly over me.
The Sunshine flickers through the lace 5
Of leaves above my head;
And kisses me upon the face
Like Mother, before bed.
The Wind comes stealing o’er the grass
To whisper pretty things; 10
And though I cannot see him pass,
I feel his careful wings.
So many gentle Friends are near
Whom one can scarcely see,
A child should never feel a fear, 15
Wherever he may be.
The stanzas of the poem above are categorized as
How good to lie a little while
And look up through the tree!
The Sky is like a kind big smile
Bent sweetly over me.
The Sunshine flickers through the lace 5
Of leaves above my head;
And kisses me upon the face
Like Mother, before bed.
The Wind comes stealing o’er the grass
To whisper pretty things; 10
And though I cannot see him pass,
I feel his careful wings.
So many gentle Friends are near
Whom one can scarcely see,
A child should never feel a fear, 15
Wherever he may be.
What is the correlation between line fifteen-sixteen and line seventeen-eighteen?
How good to lie a little while
And look up through the tree!
The Sky is like a kind big smile
Bent sweetly over me.
The Sunshine flickers through the lace 5
Of leaves above my head;
And kisses me upon the face
Like Mother, before bed.
The Wind comes stealing o’er the grass
To whisper pretty things; 10
And though I cannot see him pass,
I feel his careful wings.
So many gentle Friends are near
Whom one can scarcely see,
A child should never feel a fear, 15
Wherever he may be.
What poetic technique is used in the fifth line?
How good to lie a little while
And look up through the tree!
The Sky is like a kind big smile
Bent sweetly over me.
The Sunshine flickers through the lace 5
Of leaves above my head;
And kisses me upon the face
Like Mother, before bed.
The Wind comes stealing o’er the grass
To whisper pretty things; 10
And though I cannot see him pass,
I feel his careful wings.
So many gentle Friends are near
Whom one can scarcely see,
A child should never feel a fear, 15
Wherever he may be.
Overall, what does the author feel?
How good to lie a little while
And look up through the tree!
The Sky is like a kind big smile
Bent sweetly over me.
The Sunshine flickers through the lace 5
Of leaves above my head;
And kisses me upon the face
Like Mother, before bed.
The Wind comes stealing o’er the grass
To whisper pretty things; 10
And though I cannot see him pass,
I feel his careful wings.
So many gentle Friends are near
Whom one can scarcely see,
A child should never feel a fear, 15
Wherever he may be.
The poem conveys a message that
Raymond went out on a hike with just a compass and water in his hand. He first went 1.5 km in the North direction and then 1.5 km in the East direction.
In which direction he is now from his house?
A. South-West
B. North-East
C. North
D. West
Aldrich and his friends are preparing to go to the beach on their day off. He got a container that is 10 centimetres in length, 12 centimetres in height, and 8 centimetres in width. He is planning to fit some boxes that are 2 centimetres in length. How many boxes can Aldrich fit?
A. 960 boxes
B. 240 boxes
C. 75 boxes
D. 120 boxes
Flash was feeling hungry one night. He called Pizza Hut and ordered 4 pizzas and went to the supermarket to buy 4 apples. Each pizza cost him $6 and each apple cost him $2. How much more did Flash spend on pizza?
A. $16
B. $20
C. $14
D. $12
In the figure below, ABCDE is a regular pentagon where all five diagonals are drawn.
What is the degree measure of angle BAE?
A. 36°
B. 90°
C. 108°
D. 120°
In the figure below, the numbers within each rectangle represent the horizontal length of each rectangle.
What is the total horizontal length of a + b?
A. Can’t be determined
B. 7
C. 10
D. 5
Kevin works in a company as customer support. He earns $12 per hour and a maximum of 8 hours per day. He usually works for 8 hours a day, but on the fifth day, he only works for 4 hours. How much did he earn this week?(Weekends not included)
A. $300
B. $438
C. $432
D. $500
Batman is gathering batarangs.
He has 4 batarangs in his belt.
He got 3 times as many batarangs in his bat mobile as in his belt and 20 batarangs in his bat cave.
If he used 4 batarangs in his fight against The Joker, how many batarangs does he have left?
A. 25
B. 20
C. 36
D. 32
Ruby took seven tests last week and had an average (arithmetic mean) score of 80 points per test.
If she scored 75, 69, 81, 90, and 73 points in the first five of the seven tests, what was her average score in the last two tests?
A. 86
B. 90
C. 76
D. 65
An insurance agent received a commission of 3 percent of the value of each of the first 10 insurance plans that he sold and 4 percent of the value of each insurance plan that he sold after the first 10.
If the value of each insurance plan was $100 000 and the insurance agent received a $42 000 commission, how many insurance plans did he sell?
A. 15
B. 12
C. 10
D. 13
A prime property in the suburbs was priced at $12 000 in 2010.
In 2020, the price had increased to $18 000.
By how much did the price of the property increase from 2010 to 2020?
A. 60%
B. 50%
C. 40%
D. 30%
Two bags of cement will be used for a construction project.
The combined mass of the two bags of cement is 120 kilograms.
If the smaller bag is 15 kilograms less than half the mass of the larger bag, what is the mass of the smaller bag of cement?
A. 25 kg
B. 30 kg
C. 20 kg
D. 15 kg
Roshmel placed a bowl of water under the hot, burning sun.
After the first hour, 3/4 of the water in the bowl had evaporated.
After the second hour, 1/2 of the remaining water in the bowl had evaporated.
If after two hours, only 0.5 liters of water were left in the bowl, how many liters of water was originally in the bowl?
A. 6 liters
B. 5 liters
C. 4 liters
D. 7 liters
A jar contains only black and white balls.
Ten percent of the balls in the jar are white and 90 percent of the rest have cracks.
What percent of the balls in the jar are both black and do not have cracks?
A. 12%
B. 9%
C. 10%
D. 5%
Four friends, Angela, Beth, Carol, and Diane, went on a cruise trip.
Beth spent $400 more than Carol on the trip, Diane spent $1 200 less than Angela on the trip, and Angela spent $400 more than Beth on the trip.
How many more dollars did Carol spend on the trip than Diane?
A. $300
B. $500
C. $200
D. $400
Rex Company’s total export in 2016 was $1.55 billion.
If Rex Company’s exports in the first two months of 2017 were $266 million and continued to export at the same rate for the rest of the year, by how much would Rex Company’s 2017 exports exceed those of 2016?
A. $36 million
B. $46 million
C. $30 million
D. $40 million
A company employs a total of 1 400 workers and half of the workers employed by the company are aged 25 to 40 years old.
Next year, the number of workers aged 25 to 40 years old will increase by 210 employees keeping the total number unchanged.
After this change, what percentage of the total 1 400 workers will the 25 to 40 years old represent?
A. 65%
B. 60%
C. 75%
D. 70%
Jacob took six tests last week and had an average (arithmetic mean) score of 78 points per test.
If he scored 75, 69, 81, 90, and 72 points in the first five of the six tests, what was the score in the last test?
A. 76
B. 94
C. 81
D. 45
Blue Skies Corporation’s total export in 2016 was $1.44 billion.
If Blue Skies Corporation’s exports in the first two months of 2017 were $276 million and continued to export at the same rate for the rest of the year, by how much would Blue Skies Corporation’s 2017 exports exceed those of 2016?
A. $216 million
B. $213 million
C. $243 million
D. $613 million
A box contains 12 000 solid-colored balls.
One-third of the balls in the box were red, 1/2 of the remaining balls were green, and the rest were blue.
How many balls in the box were blue?
A. 5000
B. 3000
C. 4000
D. 2000
Bradly deposited $10,000 at an interest of 9% per annum. What is amount of interest will he get within the period of 3 months?
A. $387
B. $300
C. $452
D. $225
Students who attend boarding school have the opportunity to immerse themselves in their studies, grow in a supportive and varied environment, and prepare themselves for success after graduation. Boarding school students, according to statistics, are better equipped for life after graduation and are more likely to acquire further degrees.
Which of the following statements, if true, best strengthen the above argument?
A. To retain their national prestige, boarding schools place high expectations on their students’ academic performance which makes students stressed.
B. Food facilities are not good in Boarding schools.
C. A boarding school is a place where students live while receiving formal education.
D. Boarding schools outperform day schools in terms of overall education.
Glen wants to buy 64 bottles of water. There are 4 shops that sell the product he wants. The shops, the price of the bottled water, and any special offers are shown in the following table:
Standard Price of Bottled Water | Special Offer | |
Shop A | $1.5 | Buy 20 get 1 free |
Shop B | $1 | Buy 10 get 2 free |
Shop C | $1.5 | Flat rate 20% off |
Shop D | $1 | *Flat rate 5% off |
Glen wants to buy all his bottled water from the same shop and to spend as little as possible.
Which shop should Glen buy all his bottled water from?
A. Shop A
B. Shop B
C. Shop C
D. Shop D
Glen wants to buy 64 bottles of water. There are 4 shops that sell the product he wants. The shops, the price of the bottled water, and any special offers are shown in the following table:
Standard Price of Bottled Water | Special Offer | |
Shop A | $1.5 | Buy 20 get 1 free |
Shop B | $1 | Buy 10 get 2 free |
Shop C | $1.5 | Flat rate 20% off |
Shop D | $1 | *Flat rate 5% off |
Glen wants to buy all his bottled water from the same shop and to spend as little as possible.
What is the difference in price between the cheapest and most expensive option?
A. $ 37.5
B. $ 30
C. $ 37
D. $ 33
Dan and Sasha are studying civil engineering as a major at the University of British Columbia. Recently, they both aced a test on statistics and found out that no one in their class failed it. Sasha said, “All who study engineering at UBC will excel in college statistics.”
Which of the following best describes the flaw in the above argument?
A. There is insufficient evidence in the paragraph to either confirm or deny that all who study will excel in college statistics.
B. The argument is based on the assumption that a correlation between engineering as a degree major and a person’s proficiency in statistics implies that one affects the other.
C. Sasha made a conclusion that she likes civil engineering at UBC over Architecture.
D. Sasha relied on emotion to prove her point even though she does not have enough evidence that could support her statement.
Peer learning is beneficial in enhancing students’ attitudes and provide them with a more customized, engaging, and collaborative learning experience, all of which can lead to increased accomplishment. The experience can help peer teachers have a better knowledge of the subject and boost their confidence.
Which of the following statements, if true, best strengthens the above argument?
A. Peer tutors may dislike the responsibility or lack empathy for their peers who are suffering.
B. Teachers impart the power of education to today’s young, therefore providing them with the potential for a better future.
C. Peer tutoring encourages student participation and feedback, leading to improved school performance.
D. Teaching is a wonderful vocation, but it can also be stressful.
If Paulina visits regularly, her grandparents will be happy.
If the above statement is true, which of the following statements must also be true?
A. If Paulina’s grandparents will not be happy, she does not visit them regularly.
B. If Paulina does not visit her grandparents regularly, they will not be happy.
C. Therefore, Paulina makes her grandparents happy.
D. Therefore, Paulina does not visit her grandparents regularly.
All chairs are made in a factory. Most chairs are made of wood and metal. Most tables are made of wood and metal. All tables and chairs are furniture. |
If the information in the box is true, whose reasoning is correct?
Mirabel: “All furniture made of wood and metal must be chairs.”
Luisa: “All chairs are tables.”
A. Mirabel only
B. Luisa only
C. Both Mirabel and Luisa
D. Neither Mirabel nor Luisa
Three University Students – Trisha, Nima, and Roshmel were suspected of plagiarism. Sydney Uni Student Council knows that one of them is guilty. When faced with expulsion from uni, they made the following statements:
Trisha: Nima is not guilty.
Nima: Trisha is not guilty.
Roshmel: Nima is guilty.
However, only two of the three are telling the truth; the other one is lying.
Which of the following statements must be true?
A. Trisha is not lying.
B. Nima is guilty and lying.
C. Nima is not lying.
D. Trisha is guilty.
5 Apple employees had a competition to see who could throw a Samsung phone the furthest.
Steve came immediately before Joe.
No one was after Chris.
Joe beat 2 people.
Melanie was in 4th place.
Where did James finish?
A. 1st
B. 2nd
C. 3rd
D. 4th
E. 5th
A Japanese curry store is giving away free curry to its customers. The types of curry are Spicy, Mild, and Superduper Chicken Katsu. Christopher Kimutha did a survey to discover which one was most popular. It was found that:
We know that Christopher liked mild. Which one of the following statements is true?
A. We know that Christopher definitely likes spicy.
B. We know that Christopher hates Superduper chicken katsu.
C. We know that Christopher liked Superduper chicken katsu.
D. We do not know whether Christopher really likes curry at all.
Mosquitoes! The Australian government supports them. The APVMA must approve the product. Its Mozzies evaluate safety and efficacy. Apply a thin, equal layer to all exposed skin to avoid bites. Bite protection may endure for hours. Not all bug sprays work. Despite several studies showing few positive effects, they are still seen as harmful to the environment or annoying. The active compounds in repellents haven’t changed much in Australia.
Which of the following best expresses the main conclusion of the argument?
A. Use insect repellents to avoid mosquito bites. Insect repellent isn’t always best. There is still a perception that they are harmful to the environment or cause irritation.
B. Product approval by the APVMA is required. The APVMA tests for safety and efficacy. Apply a thin, even coat to all exposed skin areas to repel mosquitoes. In some cases, bite protection lasts several hours.
C. While the active ingredients in repellent formulations haven’t changed much in Australia, the cosmetic constituents have, making them more pleasant to use.
D. Insecticides can help control or eliminate mosquitoes. Due to their non-specific nature, excessive use will reduce the number of beneficial insects around your home.
Roel was ¾ km away from the starting point while Nilo was ½ km away. What is the difference between the two boys at this period?
A. The difference is ½ km.
B. The difference is ⅓ km.
C. The difference is ¼ km.
D. There is no difference.