SAT Reading 1.10 Long Passages
SAT Reading: Long Passages Drill 1, Problem 10
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Answering this question takes a little fact-checking—you
know, that thing you do to be super-extra sure about your answer.
The second-to-last paragraph lets us know just how important "Smells Like Teen Spirit"
became to a whole bunch of young people...
So (A) is a definite no.
Come on, we'd have to be living under a rock to not know that the song made Cobain
(B) is wrong for sure. The fourth paragraph makes a solid case for
Nirvana moving purposely into the mainstream, making (C) wrong as well.
Sadly, choice (E) is true, as the article points out in the fifth paragraph... so this
one can't be it either.
Looks like (D) is the right answer. If we zero in on line 15, we see that bands in the
early days of the Seattle scene saw being "authentic" as the opposite of "getting
Hipsters everywhere still agree.