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HOW TO DESTROY READING COMPREHENSION PASSAGES BY RHYME

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The strategy mentioned by you is very much suitable to the main idea and specific questions. But what about Inference questions which are half of the questions asked in any RC, be it short or long?


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Wow, amazing approach. My RC sucks but I'm planning to practice with this technique. Thanks!!
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Has it ever occurred to anyone non-native speaker that this strategy may seem impractical because of vocabulary shortage? I tried this strategy out and, when I bumped into a complicated passage with sophisticated vocabulary usage, it gave me a hard time to paraphrase the first sentences of the paragraphs as they were really hard to comprehend. A different matter is when you read the entire passage and able to construct the picture based on other sentences in the paras... Thoughts?
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So many years later....I just tried this and I got ALL the answers for an RC right. I WANT TO KISS YOUR FACE
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