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New post 24 Jan 2019, 08:13
hey workout u1983 Bunuel

The question 3 is very confusing since we do not have line numbers anymore! Even if you counted the lines, it would lead to the wrong lines.

I think it would be better if you highlighted the lines "A complicating factor has been the continuing lack of specialized one-volume reference works on Asian Americans, such as biographical dictionaries or desktop encyclopedias."
And please change Question 3 "lines 14-17" as "highlighted part/lines".
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New post 24 Jan 2019, 08:49
blitzkriegxX wrote:
hey workout u1983 Bunuel

The question 3 is very confusing since we do not have line numbers anymore! Even if you counted the lines, it would lead to the wrong lines.

I think it would be better if you highlighted the lines "A complicating factor has been the continuing lack of specialized one-volume reference works on Asian Americans, such as biographical dictionaries or desktop encyclopedias."
And please change Question 3 "lines 14-17" as "highlighted part/lines".


Hi blitzkriegxX ..... thanks for the input. The requested editing is completed now.
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New post 01 Feb 2019, 02:22
Reading the passage was pretty easy ; I took 3 mints to read the passage but I struggled with the questions along with this passage . Can the experts comment as to how tough were the questions along with the passage and what do you think would the level be?
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