SAT Reading 6.7 Sentence Completion
SAT Reading Sentence Completion Drill 6, Problem 7
|Foreign Language||Arabic Subtitled|
|Product Type||SAT Reading|
|SAT Reading||Sentence Completion|
|Synthesis||Analyzing quantitative information|
Before we dig into the nitty-gritty, we can
start by eliminating (A) and (C)...
...both of which describe the way our speaker, er, speaks rather than explaining what she's
actually talking about. "Inflict" means to cause something unpleasant
to happen to someone. Sure, the lecturer might've done this with her lecture...
But we have a feeling that's not what this sentence is going for.
The speaker's audience would probably be confused and bored if her context "followed"
We'll give her the benefit of the doubt and assume she gave her audience context before
When you stick the prefix "pre" on a word, it means the word is referencing something
that comes before something else.
This gives us a hint that "prefaced" means a preliminary statement that gives background
on what's to come.
Sounds like (D) is just what we're looking for.
We hope any lectures in your future look like this.
Instead of this...