FREE DMV Representative Reading Comprehension Questions and Answer

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The title that best describes the paragraph is

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Explanation:
This most effectively conveys the passage's main idea. As it is further mentioned in the lines "Frequently in cases.......in nature," even a shy man can muster the guts to deal with a dangerous scenario.

Who was Mary's second husband's killer?

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Explanation:
According to the book, Lord Darnley was killed in a strange manner. It also mentions that Mary Hepburn was James Hepburn's wife and that he was thought to be the murderer, but it makes no mention of who actually killed Lord Darnley.

According to the text, which of these statements is false?

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Explanation:
Marie Antoinette was 14 years old when she got married, despite the text stating that she was close to being 15 at the time.

Who is King James I's father?

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Explanation:
The son of Mary was James I. The narrative claims that although Mary and Lord Darnley's marriage was miserable, they did have a son. This must be the son who eventually became James I since there is no record of any other children Mary had.

Which of these claims is true, according to the text?

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Explanation:
"Maria Antoinette was initially well-liked, but the majority of the populace eventually grew to detest her; people accused her of promiscuity and of having sympathies for France's enemies, particularly her native Austria."

How long did Mary rule Scotland as queen?

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Explanation:
Mary was beheaded and passed away in 1587 (45 years after she was born), although her reign came to an end when she was forced to resign in 1567. Mary was born in 1542 and assumed the kingdom that same year.

Three alternative approaches exist for a guy to respond to an unexpected danger. Describe them.

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Explanation:
- Occasionally, terror dulls our senses. Like animals, we remain still, unable to move an inch in terror or raise a hand to protect ourselves.
- And occasionally, panic attacks cause people to behave less rationally and more like lower animals.
- On the other hand, it sometimes happens that even the most timid men suddenly acquire the essential courage, keen rapid apprehension, and swift judgment in situations of unexpected extreme threat, which cannot be evaded by flight and must be immediately faced.

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