SAT Reading 3.5 Sentence Completion
SAT Reading Sentence Completion Drill 3, Problem 5
|Analyzing text structure||Analyzing part-whole relationships|
|Foreign Language||Arabic Subtitled|
|Product Type||SAT Reading|
|SAT Reading||Sentence Completion|
In this sentence, "although" indicates that the word in the blank somehow contrasts with
the idea of looking forward to hardcore reading time.
We can cross out "ridiculous" and "fruitless," because even the most dedicated students probably
wouldn't look forward to silly or pointless reading.
"Contemptuous" means with hate or disgust, which would be an odd way to describe a reading
The teacher who assigned it, maybe, but not the assignment itself.
We can turn the page on (D) as well, because "constructive" is way too positive to
fit in here. We need something kinda cranky.
Looks like our answer is "compulsory." Even though the kids have to read whether
they like it or not, some of them are down with reading anyway.
The answer is (A). A for "...And on to the next one..."