SAT Reading 1.5 Long Passages
SAT Reading Long Passages Drill 1, Problem 5
|Foreign Language||Arabic Subtitled|
|Information and Ideas||Interpreting words and phrases in context|
|Product Type||SAT Reading|
|Reading closely||Interpreting words and phrases in context|
|SAT Reading||Long Passages|
...we know that "despondency" relates to suicide somehow.
Sounds like this one is bound to be an upper... The root word "anonymous" in "anonymity"
reminds us that the word relates to being unknown.
The passage makes it clear that the famous Kurt Cobain had the opposite problem, so (E)
is off our list.
"Friendliness" is nice and all...
But it doesn't really equate with suicide, therefore (D) is wrong as well.
Sometimes peoples considering suicide can be really quiet, and sometimes they can be
really intense... But (C), "hopelessness," tends be universally
tied with suicidal thoughts, making it the best answer.