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New post 20 Jun 2014, 08:03
sandeepg1983 wrote:
yay !! got all correct using "Modified Rhyme Approach" .. thanks Rhyme



can you please elaborate what is modified rhyme approach or at least tell me where i can find it ? thanks in advance. :o
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What is this Rhyme approach ?
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I think the longer humanity passages are actually easier than the short ones :) Got all correct.

Best approach is to not get involved in too much detail and just try to get the main point.

The shorter hard passages tend to pack detail and hence may be tougher.
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Hello samichange / arundas / krishireddy

Can you please share the version of the passage that you read in the first go by omitting all that you neglect in the first read ?
It will certainly help me to understand what you need to ready & what you can skip to attempt such long pasaages....

Thanks in advance.
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Hello samichange / arundas / krishireddy

Can you please share the version of the passage that you read in the first go by omitting all that you neglect in the first read ?
It will certainly help me to understand what you need to ready & what you can skip to attempt such long pasaages....

Thanks in advance.



I do not think that we can skip anything while reading.I tried and found the skipping strategy useless.
Generally, I read a para , stop for 3-6 seconds, try to para-phrase what I have read and get the main point.
At the end,I think it is best to get a hang of the structure and organization of the passage.
But all the above comes with practice.
I do not skip any part but may slow down to read difficult part and speed up to read the easy part.

Hope the above helps!!!!
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got 6/7 right, need help with the sixth Q .... don't understand why (D) should be the answer.

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the question is pretty much easy

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Moreover, the rationale for Herbert’s emphasis on the social and political realities that Impressionist paintings can be said to communicate rather than on their style is finally undermined by what even Herbert concedes was the failure of Impressionist painters to serve as particularly conscientious illustrators of their social milieu. They left much ordinary experience—work and poverty, for example—out of their paintings and what they did put in was transformed by a style that had only an indirect relationship to the social realities of the world they depicted. Not only were their pictures inventions rather than photographs, they were inventions in which style to some degree disrupted description. Their painting in effect have two levels of subject: what is represented and how it is represented, and no art historian can afford to emphasize one at the expense of the other.


To grasp the meaning of the question,i.e what it does ask to you, is important to read the entire last paragraph.
From the highlighted sentences is clear that painters not only distort the reality, but also disrupt it. And this as a consequence never should be done

Is clear now ?? :wink:
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i dont understand why for 5 d is right.. i think its C..
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Thanks a lot carcass, after your explanation, I gave it a thought myself, and discovered the trick to answering it - to align the option with the main point of the the para!

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the question is pretty much easy

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Moreover, the rationale for Herbert’s emphasis on the social and political realities that Impressionist paintings can be said to communicate rather than on their style is finally undermined by what even Herbert concedes was the failure of Impressionist painters to serve as particularly conscientious illustrators of their social milieu. They left much ordinary experience—work and poverty, for example—out of their paintings and what they did put in was transformed by a style that had only an indirect relationship to the social realities of the world they depicted. Not only were their pictures inventions rather than photographs, they were inventions in which style to some degree disrupted description. Their painting in effect have two levels of subject: what is represented and how it is represented, and no art historian can afford to emphasize one at the expense of the other.


To grasp the meaning of the question,i.e what it does ask to you, is important to read the entire last paragraph.
From the highlighted sentences is clear that painters not only distort the reality, but also disrupt it. And this as a consequence never should be done

Is clear now ?? :wink:
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Can someone pls explain how E is the correct options for Q7? I thought that the author wants us to focus only on style of impressionists (like earlier art historians) and not subject matter as claimed by Herbert
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Could someone who got Q5 correct share their thought process?
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