3 LR killers from PT 5

xqhp82
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3 LR killers from PT 5

Postby xqhp82 » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:21 am

I have three questions from section LR1 and 2 of PT 5...REALLY CONFUSED. hope someone can help me out.

LR1 21(incumbents and party): why E?
LR1 24(peculiarity of language used by poets): why are A, B and E wrong?
LR2 15(Scorpio Miser engine): why is B wrong and C right?

Thanks.

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Re: 3 LR killers from PT 5

Postby ocean » Thu Sep 16, 2010 1:20 pm

xqhp82 wrote:I have three questions from section LR1 and 2 of PT 5...REALLY CONFUSED. hope someone can help me out.

LR1 21(incumbents and party): why E?
LR1 24(peculiarity of language used by poets): why are A, B and E wrong?
LR2 15(Scorpio Miser engine): why is B wrong and C right?

Thanks.


LR1Q21: A,B,C,D all dwells on the incumbent, E is the only answer dealing with the party. Based on the stem, the scandal is strictly in the scope of party, not incumbent.

LR1Q24: The correct answer to me is very self-evident, i dont really how to explain why the wrong answers are wrong, because it's not the nuance kind, they are simply so wrong...

LR2Q15: The error in the stem is that: it should take more miles to reach the break-even point, not fewer. In C, The roadmaker should be more advantageous when the wages are high because every reduced staff will save more money. The intrinsic logic in B is coherent.




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