SAT Reading: Long Passages Drill 3, Passages
|Foreign Language||Arabic Subtitled|
|Product Type||SAT Reading|
|Reading Informational Text||Analyze a complex set of ideas or sequence of events and explain how they develop|
Analyze how an author’s ideas or claims are developed
|SAT Reading||Long Passages|
|Vocabulary||Analyze how an author uses the meaning of a key term|
back at lines 35 through 36.
Hm, looks like Hutchings wasn't too happy about Muir's "newfound prominence
as a Yosemite spokesman."
We'd better call the guys from Monster Hunters, because it looks like Yosemite is being terrorized
by that green-eyed monster known as...jealousy!
Duhn, duhn, duhn!
Hutchings might have been concerned about
Yosemite, but people consumed with jealousy aren't exactly selfless.
The green-eyed monster... is a little self-involved.
Hutchings was all about Yosemite. It's this very thing that made him so jealous of Muir
in the first place.
Sawmill? Who's talking about a sawmill?
We're looking for an answer that points to these two bickering over Yosemite.
(D) is a definite no. (E) is on the right track, but it doesn't
work because there aren't really any other accounts mentioned.
These two had one big dispute that we know about, and it starts with a capital Y.
This leaves only choice (A), which explains why Hutchings
was so monstrously jealous of Muir.
Boys, boys... there's enough Yosemite to go around for everyone...