Identify Irrelevant Sentences 7


In these exercises, identify the irrelevant sentences for each passage. This is a good practice to improve your reading and prepare for major exams such as TOEFL, IELTS, PET, KET...

Subject Exercises:

1. Irrelevant Sentence Exercises 1
2. Irrelevant Sentence Exercises 2
3. Irrelevant Sentence Exercises 3
4. Irrelevant Sentence Exercises 4
5. Irrelevant Sentence Exercises 5
6. Irrelevant Sentence Exercises 6
7. Irrelevant Sentence Exercises 7
8. Irrelevant Sentence Exercises 8
Identify the irrelevant sentences in paragraphs.

1. Socializing Dogs

(I) The term socialization of dogs is used to describe how a dog learns to relate to people and other dogs. (II) This process begins even before the puppy's eyes are open. (III) Once the dog starts biting, it is very difficult to overcome. (IV) For most puppies, a mother who interacts well with humans is the best teacher. (V) Therefore most experts today recommend leaving puppies with their mothers until at least 8 to 10 weeks of age.

I     II    III    IV    V


2. China Development

For centuries China stood as a leading civilization in the arts and sciences. (II) However, in the early 20th century, the country was beset by civil unrest, famines and military defeats. (III) As a result, an autocratic socialist system was established. (IV) It has the manpower to build and possess the largest economy in the world. (V) This system ensured China's sovereignty, imposed strict controls over everyday life.

I     II    III    IV    V


3. Apples

(I) There is an old saying, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away and helps losing weight." (II) In fact, studies have shown that a number of components in apples help the body to fight many diseases. (III) Apples are also a source of dietary fiber which helps digestion and promotes weight loss. (IV) Blackberries and apples are a traditional duo for pies. (V) Unlike other snacks such as biscuits, raw apples contain almost zero fat and cholesterol.

I     II    III    IV    V


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