ACT Reading 1.6 Prose Fiction
ACT Reading 1.6 Prose Fiction. What happens to the caul with which the narrator is born?
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Sequence of Events
|Foreign Language||Arabic Subtitled|
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|Reading||Identify and Interpret Details|
read through the passage quickly.
We have to make sure we read thoroughly, though, because there might be some tricky choices here.
If we found this sentence...
Then we know that the answer has to be A. It outright says that an old lady won the
caul, so there you go, you're done!
Let's zoom through the other answers, though,just to see why they're wrong.
B might fool us because the caul was once advertised and not sold.
The lady came along a few years later and bought it, though, so B is wrong.
C is just totally incorrect. The passage never says anything about the mother keeping it.
D is another tricky one, because an attorney did almost buy it.
So, there you have it. A it is. As in "Are you wondering what a caul is?"
There, think about that for the rest of the day.