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Anomaly c. fluctuation d. incongruity e. shift 31. According to the passage, if A befriends B only because A enjoys B’s sense of humor, this would imply that a. B is not a virtuous person b. A is a virtuous person c. both A and B are virtuous people d. A and B are involved in a perfect friendship e. A and B are involved in an imperfect friendship 32. In the last sentence (lines 16–17), the author’s purpose is to a. demonstrate that human beings are selfish b. extrapolate one of Aristotle’s points on friendships c.
You wouldn’t expect a daredevil to have a careful temperament. Perambulate means to get around on your own, so it also works in the sentence. Passage-Length Critical Reading 9. d. In the first paragraph of this passage, the author compares and contrasts a series of words. To correctly answer this question, first pick out the pairs of contrasting words: poetical vs. philosophical; artistic vs. critical; concrete vs. abstract; synthetically vs. analytically; and wholes vs. aggregates. Then you can see that concrete is paired with abstract.
Scientific knowledge is usually --------, resulting often from years of hard work by numerous investigators. When you break up sentences using punctuation as a guide, you end up with more or less manageable chunks of words. Nevertheless, when you have a 25-word sentence, which is not that uncommon on the SAT, and you break it into two units, you can still easily have a 12–15 word unit. On the real SAT, there have even been 20–30 word sentences with no punctuation except for the period at the end.
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