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VERBAL REASONING PRIMARY 6

: PRIMARY 6                                                          SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Answer all the questions  

Part A:

1.)   A person who fire tells the future is called a _______ (a) teacher (b) prophet (c) bachelor

2.)   A person who specializes in carrying out operations is called a _____

(a) occulist (b) aorist (c) surgeon

3.)   Atlantics, Antarctic, pacific are called _______ (a) ocean (b) river (c) stream

4.)   A widely spread disease is called ______ (a) diseases (b) epidemic (c) cholera

5.)   A period of ten years is called ______ (a) century (b) millennium (c) decade

 

Part B: From the optioned lettered A to C, choose the one that contains the sound that is made by the animal

e.g The moo of a __________ (a) bear (b) cow (c) goat            Ans = cow (b)

6.)   Sing is to human as ______________ is to dog (a) bray (b) coo (c) bark

7.)   The lion in the zoo ____ at the children (a) bleated (b) cried (c) roared

8.)   _________ is the sound made by a pig (a) gibber (b) grunt (c) croaked

9.)   The monkey ___________ as the owner of the farm approached

(a) growled (b) gibbered (c) droned

10.) The mouse made a ______ sound as he touched its tail (a) growling (b) braying (c) squeaking

 

Part C: The words below are written in codes. Study each word and its code word carefully and work out how the code is written. Examples are given below

SUCCESS is written as SSUSCEC

ABILITY is written as AYBTIL

ANXIOUS is written as ASNUXOI

 

Now use the code pattern to answer the question 11 to 20

11.) The word COMFORT would be written as _____

(a) CFMOROT (b) COTMRFO (c) CMOFRTD (d) CTORMOF (e) CROTMOFE

12.) The word FASHION would be written as ______

(a) FANCHIS (b) FHNAOSI (c) FNAOSIH (d) FONASIH (e) FSIHNAO

13.) The word APPLAUD would be written as _____

(a)  ADPUPAL (b) APALPUD (c) APUDPAL (d) APDUAPL (e) AUDPLAP

 

 

14.) The word EXPLAIN would be written as _____

(a) EXINPALE (b) ENXIPAL (c) EPALXIN (d) EXINLAP (e) EXINPALE

15.) The word PROVIDE would be written as ______

(a) PERDOIV (b) PEVRODI (c) POREDIV (d) PREDIVD (e) PRODIVE

 

Part D: Pick out the one that does not belong to the group

Sample: (a) clinic     (b) dispensary           (c) hospital        (d) maternity         (e) supermarket 

Ans = supermarket (e)

 

16.)          (a) Africa                   (b) America               (c) Asia                      (d) Europe     (e) Nigeria

17.)          (a) Deacon                (b) Goalkeeper         (c) Player                   (d) Referee    (e) Captain

18.)          (a) Mud                      (b) Ocean                   (c) River                    (d) Sea            (e) Stream

19.)          (a) Beef                      (b) Mutton                 (c) Pork                      (d) Veal          (e) Violin

20.)          (a) Chef                      (b) Fork                      (c) Plate                     (d) Pot                        (e) Spoon

 

Part E: Study the word pattern and answer the questions that follow

Example: Bear and cub

                 Buffalo and _____          (a) calf (b) kid  (c) kitten (d) lamb            (e) puppy       Ans = calf (a)

21.)          Goose and goosling

Kangaroo and _______       (a) fry      (b) infant    (c) joey       (d) calf           (e) whelp

22.)          Duck and duckling

Bird and ______                  (a) calf           (b) fawn         (c) fry   (d) kid          (e) nestling

23.)          Cat and kitten

Fish and _____                     (a) fawn         (b) dry      (c) fry       (d) foal          (e) tadpole

24.)          Camel and colt

Elephant and _____             (a) calf           (b) nit                 (c) puppy   (d) tadpole    (e) parrot

25.)          Chimpanzee and infant

Goat and ______                  (a) child       (b) piglet     (c) eaglet     (d) kid       (e) colt

 

Part F: Write out the word that cannot be formed from the arrangement of some or all of the letters of the word written in capital letters. Do not use any letter more often than it appears  

Sample: DESCRIBE             (a) beer          (b) bees          (c) drive         (d) rice           (e) side                       Ans = drive

 

26.)          ESTABLISHMENT  (a) absent       (b) blast         (c) blister       (d) least          (e) mental

27.)          TELEVISION            (a) lesson       (b) silent        (c) stolen       (d) tension     (e) vest

28.)          MOTHER                   (a) hero          (b) home        (c) more         (d) role           (e) the

29.)          STATEMENT            (a) mast          (b) steam        (c) taste          (d) tease         (e) tenant

30.)          ADVERBIAL            (a) brave        (b) blade        (c) driver       (d) rival          (e) verbal  



 

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VERBAL REASONING PRIMARY 6

: PRIMARY 6                                                          SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Answer all the questions  

Part A:

1.)   A person who fire tells the future is called a _______ (a) teacher (b) prophet (c) bachelor

2.)   A person who specializes in carrying out operations is called a _____

(a) occulist (b) aorist (c) surgeon

3.)   Atlantics, Antarctic, pacific are called _______ (a) ocean (b) river (c) stream

4.)   A widely spread disease is called ______ (a) diseases (b) epidemic (c) cholera

5.)   A period of ten years is called ______ (a) century (b) millennium (c) decade

 

Part B: From the optioned lettered A to C, choose the one that contains the sound that is made by the animal

e.g The moo of a __________ (a) bear (b) cow (c) goat            Ans = cow (b)

6.)   Sing is to human as ______________ is to dog (a) bray (b) coo (c) bark

7.)   The lion in the zoo ____ at the children (a) bleated (b) cried (c) roared

8.)   _________ is the sound made by a pig (a) gibber (b) grunt (c) croaked

9.)   The monkey ___________ as the owner of the farm approached

(a) growled (b) gibbered (c) droned

10.) The mouse made a ______ sound as he touched its tail (a) growling (b) braying (c) squeaking

 

Part C: The words below are written in codes. Study each word and its code word carefully and work out how the code is written. Examples are given below

SUCCESS is written as SSUSCEC

ABILITY is written as AYBTIL

ANXIOUS is written as ASNUXOI

 

Now use the code pattern to answer the question 11 to 20

11.) The word COMFORT would be written as _____

(a) CFMOROT (b) COTMRFO (c) CMOFRTD (d) CTORMOF (e) CROTMOFE

12.) The word FASHION would be written as ______

(a) FANCHIS (b) FHNAOSI (c) FNAOSIH (d) FONASIH (e) FSIHNAO

13.) The word APPLAUD would be written as _____

(a)  ADPUPAL (b) APALPUD (c) APUDPAL (d) APDUAPL (e) AUDPLAP

 

 

14.) The word EXPLAIN would be written as _____

(a) EXINPALE (b) ENXIPAL (c) EPALXIN (d) EXINLAP (e) EXINPALE

15.) The word PROVIDE would be written as ______

(a) PERDOIV (b) PEVRODI (c) POREDIV (d) PREDIVD (e) PRODIVE

 

Part D: Pick out the one that does not belong to the group

Sample: (a) clinic     (b) dispensary           (c) hospital        (d) maternity         (e) supermarket 

Ans = supermarket (e)

 

16.)          (a) Africa                   (b) America               (c) Asia                      (d) Europe     (e) Nigeria

17.)          (a) Deacon                (b) Goalkeeper         (c) Player                   (d) Referee    (e) Captain

18.)          (a) Mud                      (b) Ocean                   (c) River                    (d) Sea            (e) Stream

19.)          (a) Beef                      (b) Mutton                 (c) Pork                      (d) Veal          (e) Violin

20.)          (a) Chef                      (b) Fork                      (c) Plate                     (d) Pot                        (e) Spoon

 

Part E: Study the word pattern and answer the questions that follow

Example: Bear and cub

                 Buffalo and _____          (a) calf (b) kid  (c) kitten (d) lamb            (e) puppy       Ans = calf (a)

21.)          Goose and goosling

Kangaroo and _______       (a) fry      (b) infant    (c) joey       (d) calf           (e) whelp

22.)          Duck and duckling

Bird and ______                  (a) calf           (b) fawn         (c) fry   (d) kid          (e) nestling

23.)          Cat and kitten

Fish and _____                     (a) fawn         (b) dry      (c) fry       (d) foal          (e) tadpole

24.)          Camel and colt

Elephant and _____             (a) calf           (b) nit                 (c) puppy   (d) tadpole    (e) parrot

25.)          Chimpanzee and infant

Goat and ______                  (a) child       (b) piglet     (c) eaglet     (d) kid       (e) colt

 

Part F: Write out the word that cannot be formed from the arrangement of some or all of the letters of the word written in capital letters. Do not use any letter more often than it appears  

Sample: DESCRIBE             (a) beer          (b) bees          (c) drive         (d) rice           (e) side                       Ans = drive

 

26.)          ESTABLISHMENT  (a) absent       (b) blast         (c) blister       (d) least          (e) mental

27.)          TELEVISION            (a) lesson       (b) silent        (c) stolen       (d) tension     (e) vest

28.)          MOTHER                   (a) hero          (b) home        (c) more         (d) role           (e) the

29.)          STATEMENT            (a) mast          (b) steam        (c) taste          (d) tease         (e) tenant

30.)          ADVERBIAL            (a) brave        (b) blade        (c) driver       (d) rival          (e) verbal  



 

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