SAT Reading 1.1 Short Passages
SAT Reading: Short Passages Drill 1, Problem 1
|Expository Texts||Inferences and Conclusions|
|Foreign Language||Arabic Subtitled|
|Information and Ideas||Interpreting words and phrases in context|
|Product Type||SAT Reading|
|Reading closely||Citing textual evidence|
|SAT Reading||Short Passages|
|Vocabulary||Determine meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words|
is our big clue here. It usually has something to do with mixing and mingling of some kind...
So we're looking for a word that conveys the idea...
...that cars would one day be intermixed with everyday life to create some kind of Disneyesque Tomorrowland.
And it doesn't include the Fast Pass for Space Mountain.
"Interruption" might have the same prefix as "integration," but it doesn't mean
the same thing at all.
Cars probably would've been a hard sell if people thought they'd interrupt their
"Achievement," "continuity," and "exclusion" don't have anything to do with intermingling...
So we can fire them into space...
The root word "combine" reminds us that a "combination" is a merging or joining
It doesn't mean the exact same thing as "integration," but it's the best choice
Now excuse us while we ride the Carousel of Progress for the fifty-seventh time.