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"LSAT CR : Any person who uses words ambiguously"

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Any person who uses words ambiguously cannot become a journalist, since journalistic reporting cannot invite artistic interpretation.

Which of the following, if assumed, would allow the conclusion above to be properly drawn?

(A) No person who invites artistic interpretation can use words ambiguously.

(B) Any person who uses words ambiguously will invite artistic interpretation in their reporting.

(C) Any journalist who invites artistic interpretation will sometimes use words ambiguously.

(D) Either a journalist uses words ambiguously or that journalist invites artistic interpretation.

(E) No journalist who invites artistic interpretation can become a great journalist.

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New post 24 Aug 2017, 22:58
I believe, the answer is B.
Any person who uses words ambiguously will invite artistic interpretation in their reporting.
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New post 25 Aug 2017, 03:58
sobby wrote:
Any person who uses words ambiguously cannot become a journalist, since journalistic reporting cannot invite artistic interpretation.

Which of the following, if assumed, would allow the conclusion above to be properly drawn?

(A) No person who invites artistic interpretation can use words ambiguously.

(B) Any person who uses words ambiguously will invite artistic interpretation in their reporting.

(C) Any journalist who invites artistic interpretation will sometimes use words ambiguously.

(D) Either a journalist uses words ambiguously or that journalist invites artistic interpretation.

(E) No journalist who invites artistic interpretation can become a great journalist.

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+1 for B. Assumption-Ambiguous use of words invites artistic interpretation
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New post 30 Aug 2017, 05:36
Even though the answer choice B having word "ANY" it is the best possible answer since question stem itself having word "ANY"
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