PSAT 3.2 Reading Diagnostic

PSAT 3.2 Reading Diagnostic. Which choice gives the strongest evidence for the answer to the previous question?

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PSAT Reading Diagnostic
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looking for key words and other chart or citations and

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funny words stick out in this white castle Nineteen twenty

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one happened the obesity and we're done all right so

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which choice gives us the strongest evidence for the answer

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to the previous question uh what was that And here

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the potential answers All right Wait here we go Another

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two parter works much better is a multiple choice question

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than it is a hairstyle It's alright so refresh your

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time What was the previous question We didn't write these

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from the test prep people Oh right way We're trying

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to figure out why people were attracted to urban areas

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after world war two and we determined that it was

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because of the platitude of factory jobs So now we're

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being asked to pinpoint the lines in the passage that

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back up that idea well first up option a line

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starting with the restaurants and ending with after world war

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two so that we don't have to guess at what's

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hidden there in those sneaky lip sees let's scan the

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passage and find full line So here we go the

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restaurant's we eat at today in the united states air

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truly modern spaces though having matured in a short span

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after world war two Well ok but this seems to

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be talking more about how restaurants have changed over time

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since the years following the war and doesn't really support

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the idea that the reason they sprung up in the

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first place is that boat Loads of people were flooding

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into the city and were money hungry You would be

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to spend fourteen hours a day attaching thingamajigs Do what

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Uma collins All right what about di Prior to this

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period eating have been a slow leisurely routine grounded in

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the homely nous of rural life But it now has

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become a matter of expediency Okay so we're backto how

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restaurants have evolved Great Look let'sjust clans and a quick

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charge and call it a day All right excellent Now

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we know how restaurants learn how to stand erect Still

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doesn't tell us anything about why they became such a

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big deal I can throw d down the garbage disposal

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and there's be the locus of industry moved from rural

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to agrarian to industrialize production a nice history lesson But

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again while it's imparting information it's still not imparting the

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information we're looking for here way Get that industry became

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or industrialized But why And bingo options He gets it

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right mr man drew young people many of them single

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men to the cities Finally here's the part of the

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passengers that lends the needed support to our answer to

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the prior question The demand being referenced is the need

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for factory workers And once there were more workers there

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was more of a need for a grub factories And

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that is why today there are so many places you

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can go to teo get food or whatever it is

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the talk of elser So