contradicting explanations to answers between TPR Verbal Workbook and EK 101


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Oct 6, 2008
For example in TPR, (after having done quite a few of EK verbal),

i came across a question (Test 1, Page 165, #18)
"all of the following maybe be inferred from the passage except...."
As i searched through the answer choices, I came across one that was EXPLICITLY stated as an answer. I picked this assuming "hey..if its explicitly stated, it isnt inferred"

The above logic is pretty widespread in ExamKrackers 101. So when I got it wrong, I was worried, because it would probably be an explanation of one of the "right" answers in EK.

how does this boil down to questions on the real deal? any opinions?


im on bended knees
May 6, 2009
There was probably an even better answer, i.e. one that was just plain wrong, that you should have picked
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