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do u usually look for some particular words in order to get this type of questions I make a lot of mistakes and I do not how to solve them.... is very hard to get the authors attitude in RC passages...
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no it isnt hard to figure out the author's attitude.

You need to look for key words while reading the passage. Look for words and sentences where you get hints of the author's opinion. You can also make use of the Process of Elimination in the answer choices and combine it with your understanding of the author's mood/opinion and that should make it easier for you to answer.
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