FREE FCTC Verbal Reasoning Question and Answers

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What does the bolded word in this sentence mean?
The town functioned INDEPENDENTLY of the state managing all public facilities according to the municipality’s own constitution.

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Price Slicer is where Ellen always gets her groceries. She began purchasing her groceries at Tops Markets after Price Slicer stopped carrying her preferred brand of ice cream.
Tops Markets is Ellen's favorite.

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Explanation:
She doesn't necessarily prefer Tops Markets just because she shops there. She obviously prefers Tops Markets because the store carries her favorite ice cream, but she might not enjoy everything else about it.

What would be the best revision to this sentence?
Gazing wistfully out the window, the snow man had caught Jen’s eye.

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Andrew has been a vegetarian his whole life. In contrast, he frequently feels awkward around his buddies. His friends always eat at the concession stands while they watch a sporting event, even though he knows better.
Andrew is ashamed to be around his pals.

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Explanation:
Andrew might be humiliated, but we can't be sure since we don't have any direct evidence.

Select the response that most effectively connects these two sentences.
If I had known it was going to rain, I would have brought my umbrella. I should have checked the forecast.

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What can we say about the conclusion if the premises are true?
Some residents of Oklahoma walk backwards.
Some residents of Oklahoma eat only with a spoon.
There are some residents of Oklahoma who walk backwards and eat only with a spoon.

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Mary teaches on the primary level. She initially pursued a career in teaching high school, but she was only able to secure employment as a primary school instructor.
Mary is a K–6 teacher.

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Explanation:
Grades K–6 are considered to be part of elementary school, so the response is correct.

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