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As you are deciding on the correct idea for the blank or blanks to express, be sure you are sticking to what is expressed in the sentence. Don’t let the idea(s) in the sentence lead you off into another area. Perhaps the sentence reminds you of something you’ve read or heard that would perfectly complement the idea(s) in the sentence. Your information may be true, but it’s a mistake to use your outside knowledge in completing a sentence. Remember, there will often be key words or phrases signaling the relationship of the various parts of the sentence.
Beethoven wrote music to his patrons’ orders e. qx 11/21/05 6:42 PM Page 30 – THE SAT CRITICAL READING SECTION – The following passages are excerpted from Abraham Lincoln’s two inaugural addresses. The first was given in 1861, before the Civil War began. The second was delivered in 1865 as the fighting between North (anti-slavery) and South (pro-slavery) raged. ) Line (5) (10) (15) (20) (25) (30) Passage 1 One section of our country believes slavery is RIGHT, and ought to be extended, while the other believes it is WRONG, and ought not to be extended.
There are three kinds of questions: Sentence Completions Questions test your vocabulary skills and ability to follow the logic of a sentence. Passage-Length Critical Reading Questions test your ability to understand the meaning of material in a long passage. Paragraph-Length Critical Reading Questions test your ability to understand and analyze material in a short (one paragraph) passage or two related passages. The Power of Words Passage-Length Critical Reading These questions test your understanding of fairly long passages.