SAT Reading 6.3 Passage Comparison
SAT Reading: Passage Comparison Drill 6, Problem 3
|Analyzing arguments||Analyzing evidence|
|Foreign Language||Arabic Subtitled|
|Product Type||SAT Reading|
|Reading closely||Determining implicit meanings|
|SAT Reading||Passage Comparison|
A wild bunch, we know.
The second paragraph tells us that the museum's first visitors--especially the Native Americans--were
happy with the museum.
(A) is a definite no.
The author doesn't mention children one way or another in the paragraph.
Maybe it was full of kids.
Maybe there were none.
We don't know for sure, so (B) is incorrect.
(D) is off the list for sure as well.
Though the author does say there were a lot of American Indians at the opening, there's
no evidence to support the claim that only Native Americans were invited.
The author mentions that he's already met some of the people he speaks with, so we say
no to choice (E) as well.
Since many of the Native Americans express the idea that the museum has "finally" recognized
their cultures—which indicates that they support its goal—(C) is the correct answer.
We'd say something like "better late than never," but that would somehow seem oh-so wrong...