In text CB1A3-I, the passage
“The former comprises acting diligently” (R. 5 and 6) is equivalent to: Professional skepticism involves behaving in good faith.
“information that brings into question the reliability of documents” (R. 12 and 13) can be correctly expressed as: data collected in order to clear doubts about documents.
“misstatement owing to error or fraud” (R.9) is the same as: a distorted assertion that results from a mistake or deception.
“Further, it includes a mindset” (R.14) can be correctly conveyed as: Hence, it adds a conception.
“Auditors may consider documenting procedures” (R. 17 and 18) is the same as: comptrollers should employ customary documents.