(engl.) GMAT sentence correction (Chapter 3, Part 1) von Robert Kuehl

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Über den Vortrag

Der Vortrag „(engl.) GMAT sentence correction (Chapter 3, Part 1)“ von Robert Kuehl ist Bestandteil des Kurses „GMAT-Training“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Sentence Correction Introduction
  • How to approach SC questions
  • Rule 1: Pronoun Errors
  • Rule 2: Misplaced Modifiers
  • Rule 3: Parallel Construction
  • Rule 4: Subject-Verb Agreement
  • Rule 5: Comparison Error
  • Rule 6: Changes in Meaning
  • Rule 7: Tense
  • Rule 8: Quantity words
  • Rule 9: Idioms
  • Rule 10: Passive Voice
  • SC Question 1: easy
  • SC Question 2: easy
  • SC Question 3: easy
  • SC Question 4: easy
  • SC Question 5: easy
  • SC Question 6: easy
  • SC Question 7: medium
  • SC Question 8: medium
  • SC Question 9: medium
  • SC Question 10: medium
  • SC Question 11: medium
  • SC Question 12: hard
  • SC Question 13: hard
  • SC Question 14: hard
  • SC Question 15: hard
  • SC Question 16: hard

Quiz zum Vortrag

  1. First, read only the original sentence and then determine which of the 10 grammar rules are involved here.
  2. Read all answer choices and try using your linguistic instinct to determine the correct one.
  3. Compare the tenses in which the answers are written.
  4. Find all possible answers which include modifiers.
  1. In contrast to...
  2. Despite the fact that...
  3. On the other hand...
  4. However, ...
  1. The inhabitants
  2. Peter or John
  3. The Netherlands
  4. The family
  1. Sentence Corrections
  2. Reading Comprehension
  3. Critical Reasoning
  4. Multi-Source Reasoning
  5. Problem Solving
  1. Pronoun Errors
  2. Misplaced Modifier
  3. Parallel Construction Errors
  4. Subject-Verb Agreement
  5. Comparison Errors
  1. To whom does the pronoun refer to?
  2. Does the pronoun refer to a singular or a plural thing/person?
  3. How many pronouns does the sentence contain?
  4. Is the word order correct?
  1. It is about the question singular or plural.
  2. It is about the question active or passive.
  3. It is about the word order.
  4. It is about the question subject or verb.
  1. Things, that are being compared, have to be comparable.
  2. Pronouns must have the correct reference.
  3. If you can choose between an active and a passive phrase, choose always the active one.
  4. The verb must correspond to the subject.
  1. "The students in my class are smarter than the students in other classes."
  2. "The students in my class are smarter than those in other classes."
  3. "My classes' students are smarter than others."
  4. "The students in my class are smarter than others."
  1. ... between ...
  2. ... among ...
  3. ... of ...
  4. ... within ...
  1. Always choose the shorter sentence.
  2. Always choose the longer sentence.
  3. Always choose the more comprehensible sentence.
  4. Always decide intuitively.
  1. You do not have to read it, because it repeats the original sentence.
  2. In more than 50% of the cases, it is the correct answer.
  3. This one is never the correct answer.
  4. This one was created by former test participants.
  1. ... concise.
  2. ... active.
  3. ... at the highest level.
  4. ... clearly defined.

Dozent des Vortrages (engl.) GMAT sentence correction (Chapter 3, Part 1)

 Robert Kuehl

Robert Kuehl

Robert wurde in New Jersey geboren und unterrichtet seit über 10 Jahren. Auf Basis seiner langjährigen Lehrerfahrung hat Robert den Englischteil des GMAT-Trainings entwickelt und seine Vorträge sind nun als Bestandteil des Kursprogramms verfügbar. Als studierter Ingenieur kommt Robert außerdem extrem gut mit Zahlen zurecht, was ihn in den letzten Jahren dazu brachte, anderen dabei zu helfen, die Mathe-Aufgaben im GMAT-Test zu knacken.

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