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# Spring Lake does not appear to be good for sailing. I have

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04 Apr 2004, 09:30
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Spring Lake does not appear to be good for sailing. I have gone to the lake many times this year, and each time the water was too rough for sailing.

Which of the following most closely parallels the above argument?
A) it appears that we will move to Spring Lake this year. The city is simply too rough for safe living
B) economy-grade gasoline apparently does not prevent my car from running rough. It appears that a good grade of fuel is required
C) it appears that the cost of housing at Spring Lake is prohibitive. I looked at a number of houses last month, and they cost much more than I could afford
D) I am withdrawing from Spring Lake College. Two months at school was sufficient to prove that college was too rough for me
E) it appears that I will never play the clarinet. I began lessons many times, but each time, I quit
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04 Apr 2004, 09:43
I would go with E,,,,Debate was between C and E again...Is there any good way to deal with " same reasoning kind of questions"...I am having a big problem with these kind of questions....

Any help paul??

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04 Apr 2004, 10:27
Paul: Thanks for posting such nice questions. I've seen you answering
others questions. But, this is your chance to tease us

This is a hard questions.
Choices C, D and E are the contenters.

Choice D could be dropped because he took classes for two months and
two months is mostly enough time to get a feel about the college.

Choice E, There is no external factor affecting his learning. Either he is
not interested very much in learning or he may be musically disabled.

That leaves us with choice C.

Fingers crossed and waiting for Paul's teasing and educating reply.

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04 Apr 2004, 10:36
I will go with C, tricky question.

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04 Apr 2004, 19:58
C it is. Indeed E was misleading but Kpadma explained it very well.
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