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GMAT Sentence Correction  Questions

Below is a set of sample sentence correction questions similar to those found in the verbal section of the GMAT. Due to the relatively small number of questions that we have published here, we strongly recommend that you only use these to augment your GMAT preparations.


1) The information presented in the most recent reports indicate that turbulent times lie ahead for those who have invested only in NASDAQ stocks.

  1. indicate that turbulent times lie ahead for those who have invested only in NASDAQ stocks.
  2. indicate that turbulent times should lie ahead for those who have invested only in NASDAQ stocks.
  3. indicate that turbulent times are laying ahead for those who have invested only in NASDAQ stocks.
  4. indicates that turbulent times lie ahead for those who have invested only in NASDAQ stocks.
  5. indicates that turbulent times are laying ahead for those who have invested only in NASDAQ stocks.

2) Cynics charge that Major League Baseball lobbied for stadiums with fewer seats to reduce supply and increase ticket prices

  1. lobbied for stadiums with fewer seats to reduce supply and increase ticket prices.
  2. lobbied for stadiums with less seats to reduce supply and increase ticket prices.
  3. lobbied for stadiums that had been built with fewer seats to reduce supply and increase ticket prices.
  4. lobbied for stadiums that had less seats to reduce supply and increase ticket prices.
  5. lobbied for stadiums that had less seats as a means of reducing supply so they could increase ticket prices.

3) The Navy used the nuclear submarine accident off the coast of Hawaii to show that everyone must be held responsible for their actions.

  1. to show that everyone must be held responsible for their actions.
  2. to demonstrate their belief that everyone must be held responsible for their actions.
  3. to demonstrate its belief that everyone must be held responsible for their actions.
  4. to signal how no one should be able to get away with committing acts of terrible negligence. 
  5. to show that everyone must be held responsible for his actions.

4) I never fail to get frustrated on the golf course: nonetheless, I always resolve to continue my involving in the game.

  1. on the golf course: nonetheless, I always resolve to continue my involving in the game.
  2. on the golf course: yet nonetheless I always resolve to continue my involvement in the game.
  3. on the golf course; nonetheless, I always resolve to continue my involvement in the game.
  4. on the golf course; yet nonetheless I always resolve to continue being involved in the game.
  5. on the golf course but I always still manage to find a way to resolve my self to continue my pursuit of the involvement of the game.

5) Each of the movies were great and the choice for the best one among all three was very difficult indeed.

  1. were great and choosing the best one among the three was very difficult indeed.
  2. was great and choosing the best one among the three was very difficult indeed.
  3. were great and choosing the best one between the three was very difficult indeed.
  4. was great and choosing the best one between the three was very difficult indeed.
  5. were great and the choices among all three were very difficult indeed.

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