Paul: This is the first time many of us are seeing this kind questions. Did you
improvise this question or got from some where? Is it GAMT or LSAT
A) FILM CRITIC: Beethoven is really very much overrated as a composer. His music is not really that good; it's just very well known.
This is same as saying Kpadma is no good in math and this fact is
well known rather than saying Kpadma is no good because he can't even
add 2 and 2. The critic has not provided any evidence to support his
B) SPOKESPERSON FOR A MANUFACTURER: The jury's verdict against us for $2 million is ridiculous, and we are sure that the Appeals Court will agree with us
Well, All company spokespersons say the samething. The law suit is
baseless and the verdict is ridiculous. They are payed to say that the
company is good and its actions are good. Take their comments with
a grain of solt.
C) SENIOR CABINET OFFICER: Our administration plans to cut inefficiency, and we have already begun to discuss plans which we calculate will save the federal government nearly $50 billion a year in waste
Beaurcreats job is to talk about some wothless plans and how it is going
to save money or help the public. How many plans of goverment
D) FRENCH WINE EXPERT: The best buy in wines in America today is the California chablis, which is comparable to the French chablis and is available at half the cost
He may be a expert in French wine. But he may not be French or for that
matter no way connected to French wine industry. He may be a
French wine expert hired by California wine cartel to boost their
sales. Looks suspecious!
E) UNION LEADER: We plan to stay out on strike until management meets each and every one of the demands we have submitted
We *PLAN* to stay out on strike. Well, Union Leaders also bluff most of the time, the word *PLAN* qualifies their statement.
Out of all the above, E looks better!