SAT Reading: Long Passages Drill 2, Problem 6
|Foreign Language||Arabic Subtitled|
|Product Type||SAT Reading|
|Reading closely||Determining implicit meanings|
|SAT Reading||Long Passages|
then went to Nebraska instead of listening to her family criticize her decision.
What's implied? Not B, because...well...the sentence doesn't
say anything about what Howard's plans were. If (C) were right... which it definitely isn't...
then it would've been Georgiana's family's idea for her to ride off into the sunset with
The excerpt says that Georgiana ran off to Nebraska to "elude," or escape, her friends
and family, whom she knew wouldn't be down with Howie.
Georgina was so busy eluding everybody that she never gave them the chance to understand.
Who knows? Maybe they would've loved the idea of her marrying Howard.
On second thought, Auntie G was probably right about that one.
There's no way her peeps would've liked him. Whatever the case, (E) is
If choice (D) were true, then Auntie G's friends and family would've given her the
boot for marrying Howard.
The passage makes it clear that she left on her own, though, so this one isn't right
either. Looks like choice (A) is the answer for us.
If Georgiana hadn't felt that facing her family would be... not-so-fun... she wouldn't have
had to elude anybody.
We wonder how she felt about this choice after she saw exactly what a Nebraska homestead