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1. Argument Essay Para 4

2. Strategy for Reading Comprehension

3. When there is a modifying phrase at the beginning of the sentence -

4. 'Not only' is always followed by

5. Appeal to authority

6. Items being compared must be both ... and ... comparable

7. 'Less' and 'amount' refer to ...and answer the question...

8. 'Distinguish red ... green' 'distinguish .... red ... green

9. In Critical Reasoning Inference questions - an inference may follow from a single...

10. Classic flaws in Critical Reasoning 'Flaw Questions' stem

11. Strategy for Sentence Correction

12. Disconnect

13. Answer choices with 'There is/are/has/have'...

14. 'There is' 'There are'. where is the subject

15. Typical wrong answers in Critical Reasoning

16. 'Fewer' and 'number' refer to ...and answer the question...

17. 'Like' or 'unlike' triggers

18. Typical pronouns that cause trouble

19. What is the conclusion in Critical Reasoning questions? How do you find it.

20. Recoil

21. Bolded statement questions commonly ask to choose the answer that...

22. To be regarded 'as' or not 'as'

23. Limiting Words

24. Analogies - metaphors and other comparisons all require...

25. To+verb: verb can be in which tense?

26. 'With total employment at less than 68000 people...' what should change?

27. Confusion of absolute numbers and percentages

28. Strategy for Critical Reasoning questions

29. Various subjects enumerated with an 'OR' indicates singular or plural for verb conjugation?

30. 'Better than at any time' or 'better than at any OTHER time'?

31. Preposition after 'to be considered'

32. A llama is 'a native of' / 'native to' Peru

33. A person is 'a native of' / 'native to' the UK?

34. Preposition after verb 'to credit'

35. Preposition after 'to be modelled'

36. A statistical syllogism (proportional syllogism or direct inference)

37. What is the evidence in Critical Reasoning questions?

38. Argument Essay Paragraph 1

39. Reading Comprehension Inference questions

40. Causation/correlation

41. Argument Essay Paragraph 2

42. Answer choices with word 'being'...

43. Argument Essay Para 3