SAT Reading 3.7 Sentence Completion
SAT Reading Sentence Completion Drill 3, Problem 7
|Foreign Language||Arabic Subtitled|
|Product Type||SAT Reading|
|Rhetoric||Analyzing point of view|
|SAT Reading||Sentence Completion|
In this sentence, the phrase "rather than" tells us that we'll need to look for opposing
ideas. Opposite ones. Ones on the other side.
In the red corner, wearing green trunks with gold trim, we have something that's "active
In the blue corner, wearing black trunks with white trim, we have some kind of limited training
Since it's easier to find an antonym for "active" than for "training ground," let's start with
the second blank.
"Expanded" is not the opposite of passive.
Neither is "liberal."
Looks like we're putting our money on (B). "Passive" is the only word that means nonactive...
...and "vocation" refers to active employment, not training.
(B) wins in a 12th-round knockout.