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Tone, Attitude, and Stance

Reading Comprehension
English
Class 8

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Identify the tone, attitude, stance of the passage/author, identify the claims and counterclaims made by the passage

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The author of Passage 1 mentions two sports stars (lines 31-33) in order to

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Which of the following, if true, would weaken the author's contention about 'lessons in cooperation'?
I. Group games played by younger girls involve cooperation. 
II. Girls can learn from watching boys cooperating.
III. Individual girls cooperate with their mothers in looking after babies.

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Which choice provides the best evidence for the answer to the previous question?

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The author of Passage refers to "Neuroscientists" (line ) specifically in order to

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What is the author's attitude to secondary and public school education in the sciences?

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Lines ("Some .....argument?") primarily serve to

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The author's tone can best be described as ______.

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Both the author of Passage 1 and Ben Zuckerman (line 73, Passage 2) imply that researchers seeking life on another planet should focus on which of the following?

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The author's argument that destroying bot-flies and mosquitoes would be a beneficial action is most weakened by all of the following except __________.

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Homeowners aged 40 to 50 are more likely to purchase ice cream and are more likely to purchase it in larger amounts than are members of any other demographic group. The popular belief that teenagers eat more ice cream than adults must, therefore, be false. 

The argument is flawed primarily because the author ________________

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