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Verbal Reasoning - Comprehension

Please select TWO options which most strongly suggest that:

Amy is wearing a blue jumper.

A: Amy wears a green jumper on Thursdays.

B: Today is Monday.

C: Amy wears a red jumper on Tuesdays.

D: Amy wears a blue jumper on Mondays.

E: Amy likes blue.


Please select TWO options which most strongly suggest that:

Today is very hot.

A: Tom is wearing a hat.

B: Tom is wearing sunscreen today.

C: The sun is shining.

D: Tom only wears sunscreen when it is very hot.

E: Tom is going swimming.


Please select TWO options which most strongly suggest that:

Mary's garden has red flowers.

A: There are many flowers in the garden.

B: Mary's favourite colours are red, purple and yellow.

C: Mary planted flowers in her garden in her favourite colours only.

D: Mary waters her garden every day.

E: Mary's flowers are the same as Kathy's.


Please select TWO options which most strongly suggest that:

Tom's favourite colour is green.

A: Tom and Jack have the same favourite colour.

B: Tom does not like yellow.

C: Tom has a green sweater.

D: Jack's favourite colour is green.

E: Jack has a green sweater.


Please select TWO options which most strongly suggest that:

Isabelle is taller than Jade.

A: Isabelle is tall.

B: Isabelle is taller than her two best friends.

C: Jade is shorter than Amanda.

D: Amanda is taller than Isabelle.

E: Isabelle's two best friends are Amanda and Jade.


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