Question 1 Sali surveyed 50 teenagers in Bolton High School to see whether or not they had the following hobbies. Some of the responses were placed in the diagram below, the larger the outer circle, the greater the number of teenagers surveyed who regularly practised that hobby.
Diagram is to scale.
The diagram suggests that
A. Computer games was the most common hobby among the people surveyed
B. In Bolton High School, teenagers surveyed prefer drawing over collecting stamps
C. At least some of the people surveyed regularly practised both computer games and going to restaurants
D. Only a minority of the people surveyed regularly practised cooking as a hobby
Find the Next Image that logically completes the sequence.
The following passage is from a short story. Earlier in the day, Hughie visited his friend Trevor, who was painting a beggar at the time. While Trevor was out of the room, Hughie impulsively gave the beggar some coins. In this passage, Hughie finds out the beggar’s real identity.
‘You told that old beggar all my private affairs?’ cried Hughie, looking very red and angry.
‘My dear boy,’ said Trevor, smiling, ‘that old beggar, as you call him, is one of the richest men in Europe. He could buy all London to-morrow without overdrawing his account. He has a house in every capital, dines off gold plate, and can prevent Russia going to war when he chooses.’
‘What on earth do you mean?’ exclaimed Hughie.
‘What I say,’ said Trevor. ‘The old man you saw to-day in the studio was Baron Hausberg. He is a great friend of mine, buys all my pictures and that sort of thing, and gave me a commission a month ago to paint him as a beggar. Que voulez-vous? La fantaisie d’un millionaire! And I must say he made a magnificent figure in his rags, or perhaps I should say in my rags; they are an old suit I got in Spain.’
‘Baron Hausberg!’ cried Hughie. ‘Good heavens! I gave him a sovereign1!’ and he sank into an armchair the picture of dismay.
‘Gave him a sovereign!’ shouted Trevor, and he burst into a roar of laughter. ‘My dear boy, you’ll never see it again. Son affaire c’est l’argent des autres.’
one sovereign: a British gold coin
(Extract taken from The Model Millionaire by Oscar Wilde)
‘Good heavens! I gave him a sovereign!’
After finding out the truth, Hughie’s reaction suggests that
A. He is upset that he wasted his sovereign on a rich man
B. He is embarrassed that he misjudged the Baron’s identity
C. He does not believe what Trevor has told him
D. He feels that he shouldn’t have given the beggar such a generous donation
Why does Trevor laugh at the end of the passage?
A. He thinks that it was ridiculous for Hughie to give the Baron a sovereign
B. He is mocking at Hughie’s misfortune in losing a sovereign
C. He thinks that Hughie’s generosity is a laughable trait
D. He is delighted by Hughie’s kind nature
Find the middle of the sequence.
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