# Betterlearning's 11+ Test No. 1

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BetterLearning's 11+ Test No. 1.10 minutes long.

• 1.

### In this sentence find a four letter word hidden at the end of one word and the beginning of another word.  Choose the correct option."A robin danced in the bushes".

• A.

A robin

• B.

Robin danced

• C.

Danced in

• D.

In the

B. Robin danced
Explanation
The correct answer is "robin danced" because it is the only option where a four-letter word is hidden at the end of one word ("robin") and the beginning of another word ("danced").

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• 2.

### In this sentence find a four letter word hidden at the end of one word and the beginning of another word.  Choose the correct option."Then a glib row ensued".

• A.

Then a

• B.

A glib

• C.

Glib row

• D.

Row ensured

C. Glib row
Explanation
The correct answer is "glib row" because the four-letter word "glib" is hidden at the end of the word "Then" and at the beginning of the word "row".

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• 3.

### In this sentence find a four letter word hidden at the end of one word and the beginning of another word.  Choose the correct option."An arena meant much to him".

• A.

An arena

• B.

Arena meant

• C.

Meant much

• D.

Much to

B. Arena meant
Explanation
The correct answer is "arena meant". In this sentence, the word "arena" is hidden at the end of the word "meant" and at the beginning of the word "much".

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• 4.

### Find the number that continues the series most sensibly:6, 12, 19, 27, 36, (         )

• A.

34

• B.

36

• C.

46

• D.

64

• E.

96

C. 46
Explanation
The given series starts with 6 and increases by 6, then 7, then 8, then 9, and so on. The pattern is that each number in the series is obtained by adding a consecutive number starting from 6. Therefore, the next number in the series would be 36 + 10, which is equal to 46.

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• 5.

### Find the number that continues the series most sensibly: 32, 34, 33, 35, 34, ( )

• A.

36

• B.

37

• C.

42

• D.

34

• E.

32

A. 36
Explanation
The series alternates between adding 2 and subtracting 1. Starting with 32, we add 2 to get 34, then subtract 1 to get 33, add 2 to get 35, and so on. Therefore, the next number in the series should be obtained by adding 2 to the previous number, which is 34. Therefore, the most sensible number to continue the series is 36.

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• 6.

### Find the number that continues the series most sensibly: 2, 4, 7, 9, 12, ( )

• A.

8

• B.

13

• C.

10

• D.

14

• E.

24

D. 14
Explanation
The series starts with 2 and increases by 2 in the first step, then by 3 in the second step, and alternates between these two patterns. The next step should increase by 2, so the number that continues the series most sensibly is 14.

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• 7.

### In the following sentence three consecutive letters have been taken out of the word in bold.  These three letters spell a word without changing their order.  Write the correct three letter word on your sheet. They loved to pick FLRS.

• A.

Hat

• B.

All

• C.

Owe

• D.

Ill

C. Owe
Explanation
The correct three-letter word that can be formed from the letters FLRS is "owe".

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• 8.

### In the following sentence three consecutive letters have been taken out of the word in bold.  These three letters spell a word without changing their order.  Write the correct three letter word on your sheet. He used a DER to reach the roof.

• A.

Rid

• B.

• C.

Eat

• D.

Tea

Explanation
The word "DER" has been taken out of the word "ladder" without changing their order.

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• 9.

### In the following sentence three consecutive letters have been taken out of the word in bold. These three letters spell a word without changing their order.  Write the correct three letter word on your sheet. There is soot in the CNEY.

• A.

Ron

• B.

Orb

• C.

Oar

• D.

Him

D. Him
Explanation
The correct three-letter word that can be formed by taking out three consecutive letters from the word "CONEY" is "him".

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• 10.

### Place the same letter into both sets of brackets to complete the words before and after the brackets. see  (      )  eed                                    lemo  (      ) ight

• A.

K

• B.

L

• C.

M

• D.

N

• E.

O

D. N
Explanation
By placing the letter "n" into both sets of brackets, we can complete the words "see" and "eed" before the brackets, and "lemo" and "ight" after the brackets.

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• 11.

### Place the same letter into both sets of brackets to complete the words before and after the brackets. ree  (      )  ind                                    lea  (      )  eel

• A.

D

• B.

E

• C.

F

• D.

G

• E.

H

C. F
Explanation
By placing the letter "f" into both sets of brackets, we can complete the words "reef" and "leaf" before the brackets, and "def" and "gelf" after the brackets.

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• 12.

### Place the same letter into both sets of brackets to complete the words before and after the brackets. bea  (      )  own                        mea (      )  ill

• A.

L

• B.

F

• C.

M

• D.

T

• E.

B

D. T
Explanation
The letter "t" can be placed into both sets of brackets to complete the words before and after the brackets. The word "bea(t)" becomes "beat" and the word "mea(t)" becomes "meat".

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• 13.

• A.

A

• B.

B

• C.

C

• D.

D

• E.

E

A. A
• 14.

### Each letter stands for a different number. Work out the answer to the sum and select it as a letter. If A=3, B=4, C=15, D=20, E=30, what is the answer to this sum written as a letter? BxC÷D=(               )

• A.

A

• B.

B

• C.

C

• D.

D

• E.

E

A. A
Explanation
The equation given is BxC÷D. Substituting the given values, we have 4x15÷20. Evaluating this expression, we get 60÷20 = 3. Therefore, the answer to the sum, written as a letter, is A.

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• 15.

### Each letter stands for a different number. Work out the answer to the sum and select it as a letter. If A=3, B=6, C=9, D=15, E=27, what is the answer to this sum written as a letter? AxAxA=(                )

• A.

A

• B.

B

• C.

C

• D.

D

• E.

E

E. E
Explanation
The pattern in the given letters and numbers is that each letter is equal to the previous letter multiplied by 3. Starting with A=3, B=3x3=9, C=9x3=27, and so on. Therefore, AxAxA=3x3x3=27, which corresponds to the letter E.

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• 16.

### Find 2 words, one from each group, that together make one correctly spelt word. (cow sheep goat)            (out boy dead)

• A.

• B.

Cow & out

• C.

Boy & sheep

• D.

Out & sheep

• E.

Boy & cow

E. Boy & cow
• 17.

### Find 2 words, one from each group, that together make one correctly spelt word. (more let under)            (less base dog)

• A.

Dog & under

• B.

Let & base

• C.

Base & under

• D.

More & less

• E.

Under & less

A. Dog & under
Explanation
The word "dog" from the first group and the word "under" from the second group can be combined to form the correctly spelled word "underdog".

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• 18.

### Find 2 words, one from each group, that together make one correctly spelt word. (did man down)            (ale goes belt)

• A.

Man & belt

• B.

Ale & did

• C.

Down & ale

• D.

Belt & down

• E.

Goes & man

E. Goes & man
• 19.

• A.

R

• B.

O

• C.

M

• D.

T

• E.

S

B. O
• 20.

### Move one letter from the first word to the second word to make two new words.  The words must make sense. able                        stale

• A.

A

• B.

B

• C.

L

• D.

E

B. B

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