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A. movement b. dislocates c. daunts d. sensitizes e. incapacitates 27. The final sentence of the passage (lines 5–6) serves primarily to a. explain how medicines are derived from snake venom b. show how evolutionarily advanced snakes are c. provide evidence to support the statement made in the previous sentence d. suggest that Brazilian snakes have more curative venom than other snakes e. introduce the idea that there is a special class of drugs used to treat hypertension Questions 28–32 are based on the following passage about the Aristotle’s view on friendship.
3. e. There is a clue in this sentence, the phrase: more frivolous. Why? Because we know Percival missed the kind of experiences more frivolous friends had. So, we know he’s not frivolous. Which of the word choices means not frivolous? Choice e, utilitarian .. ecstatic. Ecstatic experience can be opposed to utilitarian approach. None of the other pairs works in the sentence. 4. d. Think of this sentence as Scientific knowledge is (something), resulting from years of hard work by (somebody). That means the blank will be filled by a word that describes the result of years of hard work.
5. Practice your visualization of succeeding on the SAT. 6. Go to bed early. Get a good night’s sleep. Don’t: 1. Do not study. You’ve prepared. Now relax. 2. Don’t party. Keep it low key. 3. Don’t eat anything unusual or adventurous— save it for another time! qx 11/21/05 6:41 PM Page 22 – SAT STUDY SKILLS AND STRATEGIES – 4. Don’t try any unusual or adventurous activity— save it, too, for another time! 5. Don’t allow yourself to get into an emotional exchange with anyone—a parent, a sibling, a friend, or a significant other.
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