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# RC: author’s attitude toward something in the passage

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03 Jul 2007, 12:20
Hi All,

I am quiet new to this forum and this is my first post. I hope I will be able to contribute activly.
Since I am not a native speaker I am confronted to this specific vocabulary prob. When an Attitude question is asked, I am really confused about the meaning of the each answer choice. For ex:

Which one of the following best describes the author’s
attitude toward Miles Davis’s music?
(A) uneasy ambivalence
(B) cautious neutrality
(C) grudging respect
(D) moderate commendation
(E) appreciative advocacy

Here I confused B and E....
I was thinking if there a list a this type of vocabulary somewhere. Any idea is welcomed. Thanks!

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24 Aug 2014, 08:06
Any suggestions anyone?
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