Sentence Improvement - Verbal Ability for GMAT Test 1 of 6

The Ural Mountain is so low and so much diffused into the south that it cannot be regarded as a distinct border.
The Ural Mountain is so low and so much diffused into the south that it cannot be regarded as a distinct border
The Ural Mountain is so low and too much diffused in the south that it could not be regarded as a distinct border
The Ural Mountain be very low and too much diffused of the south that it cannot be regarded as a distinct border.
The Ural Mountain is so low and badly diffused in the south that it cannot be regarded as a distinct border.
Not possible to draw a physical barrier between Asia and Europe.
Not possible to draw a physical barrier between Asia and Europe.
It is not possible to draw a physical barrier between Asia and Europe
It is not possible to tie a physical barrier between Asia and Europe.
It is not possible to draw physical barrier between Asia and Europe.
Seen through an earth satellite Europe appears as a group of small seas and islands joined in the east with the landmass of Asia.
Seen through an earth satellite Europe appears as a group of small seas and islands joined in the east with the landmass of Asia
Seeing an earth satellite, Europe appears as a group of small seas with islands joined in the east with the landmass of Asia.
Seen by an earth satellite Europe appears as a group of small seas and islands joined in the east with the landmass of Asia.
Seen from an earth satellite Europe appears as a group of small seas and islands joined in the east with the landmass of Asia
The leaders of the USSR signed a protocol on Alma Ata, the capital of Kazakhistan. This disintegrated the USSR into the following 15 independent countries.
The leaders of the USSR signed a protocol on Alma Ata, the capital of Kazakhistan. This disintegrated the USSR into the following 15 independent countries.
The leaders of the USSR mark a protocol in Alma Ata, the capital of Kazakhistan. This disintegrated the USSR into the following 15 independent countries.
The leaders of the USSR signed a protocol on Alma Ata, capital of Kazakhistan. This disintegrated the USSR into the following 15 independent countries.
The leaders of the USSR signed a protocol at Alma Ata, the capital of Kazakhistan. This disintegrated the USSR into the following 15 independent countries.
The USSR the worlds largest country, a political monolith underwent a political revolution on December 21, 1991.
The USSR the world’s largest country, a political monolith underwent a political revolution on December 21, 1991.
USSR the world’s prime country, a political monolith undergone a political revolution on December 21, 1991.
The USSR the world’s biggest country, a political monolith undergoes political revolution on December 21, 1991.
The USSR the world’s largest country, a political monolith underwent a political revolution on December 21, 1991.
It was spread in Europe and Asia. Its Asian division was 75 per cent and European 25 per cent. In 1990 its population was 288.6 million people. Out of them the males were 136.45 and female 152.15 million. The urban and rural populations were 189.75 and 98.85 million respectively.
It was spread in Europe and Asia. Its Asian division was 75 per cent and European 25 per cent. In 1990 its population was 288.6 million people. Out of them the males were 136.45 and female 152.15 million. The urban and rural populations were 189.75 and 98.85 million respectively
It was spread in Europe and Asia. Its Asian part was 75 per cent and European’s 25 per cent. In 1990 its population was 288.6 million people. Out of them the males were 136.45 and females 152.15 million. The urban and rural populations were 189.75 and 98.85 million respectively.
It was spread in Europe and Asia. Its Asian part was 75 per cent and European 25 per cent. In 1990 its population was 288.6 million people. Out of them the males were 136.45 and females 152.15 million. The urban and rural populations were 189.75 and 98.85 million respectively.
It was spread inside Europe and Asia. Its Asian part was 75 per cent and European 25 per cent. Into 1990 its population was 288.6 million people. Out of them the males were 136.45 and females 152.15 million. The urban and rural populations were 189.75 and 98.85 million respectively.
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) in 1991 was the major country of the world with an area of 22.4 million sq. km
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) in 1991 was the major country of the world with an area of 22.4 million sq. km
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) in 1991 was the largest country of the world with an area of 22.4 million sq. km
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) within 1991 is the largest country off the world with an area of 22.4 million sq. km
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) in 1991 was the chief country of the world with an area of 22.4 million sq. km
Into the north-west Australia is separated from Indonesia at the Timor and the Arafura Seas and into the north-east from Papua New Guinea by Torres Strait.
Into the north-west Australia is separated from Indonesia at the Timor and the Arafura Seas and into the north-east from Papua New Guinea by Torres Strait.
In the north-west Australia is separated from Indonesia by the Timor and the Arafura Seas and in the north-east from Papua New Guinea by Torres Strait.
In the north-west Australia is separated through Indonesia by the Timor and the Arafura Seas and in the north-east from Papua New Guinea by Torres Strait.
North-west Australia is separated off Indonesia at the Timor and the Arafura Seas and in the north-east from Papua New Guinea by Torres Strait.
Australia is situated in the Southern Hemisphere extending from Cape York Peninsula into the north to Tasmania in the south and through the west at Dirk Hartogs to Sandy C, in the east.
Australia is situated in the Southern Hemisphere extending from Cape York Peninsula into the north to Tasmania in the south and through the west at Dirk Hartogs to Sandy C, in the east.
Australia is situated in the Southern Hemisphere extending from Cape York Peninsula in the north to Tasmania in the south and from the west at Dirk Hartogs to Sandy C, in the east
Australia is situated at the Southern Hemisphere extending through Cape York Peninsula in the north to Tasmania in the south and from the west at Dirk Hartogs to Sandy C, in the east.
Australia is situated in the Southern Hemisphere extending from Cape York Peninsula into the north to Tasmania in the south and from the west at Dirk Hartogs to Sandy C, in the east.
Europeans suspected into a great continent existed in the Southern Hemisphere and they named it as Terra Australis Incognita meaning unknown southern land
Europeans suspected into a great continent existed in the Southern Hemisphere and they named it as Terra Australis Incognita meaning unknown southern land
A great continent existed into the Southern Hemisphere and they named it as Terra Australis Incognita meaning ‘unknown southern land’.
Europeans suspected that a great continent existed inside the Southern Hemisphere and they named it as Terra Australis Incognita meaning ‘unknown southern land’.
Europeans suspected that a great continent existed in the Southern Hemisphere and they named it as Terra Australis Incognita meaning ‘unknown southern land’
The Asian Asia by its Asian smell commands a reference in positive terms.
The Asian Asia by its Asian smell commands a reference in positive terms
The Asian Asia along with its Asian smell commands a reference in positive terms.
The Asia among its Asian smells commands a reference in positive conditions.
The Asian Asia with its Asian smell commands a reference in positive terms
The remaining part of Asia, i.e. north of this crescent, is Siberia which is often pointed to negative terms.
The remaining part of Asia, i.e. north of this crescent, is Siberia which is pointed to negative terms.
The remaining part of Asia, i.e. north of this crescent, is Siberia which is often referred to in negative terms
The remaining part of Asia, i.e. north of this crescent, is Siberia which is often referred within negative terms.
The remaining part of Asia, i.e. north of this crescent, is Siberia which is often referred in negative terms.
Starting from Turkey through Palestine passing inside Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, India, Indo-China, China to Japan with a Southern sweep of Indonesia and their neighbors the large section of Asia is called Proper Asia by some and Asian Crescent by many.
Starting from Turkey through Palestine passing inside Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, India, Indo-China, China to Japan with a Southern sweep of Indonesia and their neighbors the large section of Asia is called Proper Asia by some and Asian Crescent by many
Beginning over Turkey and Palestine passing through Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, India, Indo-China, China to Japan with a Southern sweep of Indonesia and its neighbours the large section of Asia is called Proper Asia by some and Asian Crescent by many.
Starting from Turkey and Palestine passing through Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, India, Indo-China, China to Japan with a Southern sweep of Indonesia and its neighbours the large section of Asia is called Proper Asia by some and Asian Crescent by many.
Starting at Turkey and Palestine passing through Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, India, Indo-China, China to Japan in a Southern sweep of Indonesia and its neighbours the large section of Asia is called Proper Asia by some and Asian Crescent by many.
It is clear even to an casual observer who scans the map or better to a traveler who halts at various places from west to east or from north to south.
It is clear even to a casual observer who scans a map or the better to a traveler who halts at various places from west to east or from north to south.
It is clear even to the casual observer who scans the map or better to a traveler who halts at various places from west to east or from north to south.
It is clear even to a casual observer who scans the map or better to a traveler who halts at various places from west to east or from north to south.
It is clear even to these casual observers who scan a map or better to a traveler who halts at various places from west to east or through north to south.
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The questions in the tests test correctness and effectiveness of expression. In choosing your answer, follow the requirements of standard written English; that is, pay attention to grammar, choice of words, and sentence construction. Choose the answer that produces the most effective sentence; this answer should be clear and exact, without awkwardness, ambiguity, redundancy, or grammatical error. Sentence Correction questions ask you which of the five choices best expresses an idea or relationship. The questions will require you to be familiar with the stylistic conventions and grammatical rules of standard written English. You must also demonstrate your ability to improve incorrect or ineffective expressions.

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