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1ACT Reading Preparation (for use in 36B. If they gave in on the property rights
Social Science). University of issue, theyd be able to hold firm on
Illinois-Chicago Curriculum Framework suffrage. C. Conceding the right would
Project Spring 2011. provide men with a way to protect
2Introduction ACT Reading Test Lesson themselves from creditors. D. Women had
1 Active Reading Lesson 2 Question unique interests and were needed as
Types: MI & SD Lesson 3 Questions students in universities and teachers in
Types: Inference Lesson 4 Distracters: schools. Question. Text from Passage.
Weasel & Shift Lesson 5 Distracters: 37Strategies to Help Answer This
Enticer & Extreme Strategies. FHS Question. Active Reading: Underline key
Social Sciences Overview of Unit. words in the question stem. Identify
3Introduction to the Test: Four Types which key words in the question stem also
of Passages. The ACT Reading passages appear in the text. Look back at the
almost always appear in the following passage! Do not try to REMEMBER the
order: Prose Fiction Social Science answer. When looking at the answer
Humanities Natural Science. choices, think about meanings, not exact
4Our Focus - the Social Science words.
Reading. Description - 775 words Questions 38Practice Test Question 11: Supporting
based on passages from any of the Details. Men gradually agreed to extend
following subjects: Anthropology, property rights to women, because property
Archaeology, Economics, History, Political in a wifes name could save a man from his
science, and Sociology. creditors. (lines 44-46). 11. The passage
5Main Idea Questions (MI) Supporting indicates that womens demand for property
Detail Questions (SD) Inference/Evaluation rights was agreed to primarily because men
Questions (I). Introduction to the Test: realized that: A. Women were indeed
Types of Questions. individuals deserving of their own rights.
6Introduction to the Test: Main Idea B. If they gave in on the property rights
Questions. Understanding theme/thesis issue, theyd be able to hold firm on
Understanding authors purpose Determine suffrage. C. Conceding the right would
which of the answer choices best provide men with a way to protect
summarizes the information presented in themselves from creditors. D. Women had
the passage either as a whole or in a unique interests and were needed as
specific paragraph. students in universities and teachers in
7Introduction to the Test: Main Idea schools. Question. Text from Passage.
Question Stems. Which of the following is 39Practice Test Question 12: Supporting
the main point? The main argument the Details. When Elizabeth Cady Stanton
author makes about. . . is: What is the organized the first womens rights meeting
main purpose of [a specific paragraph or at Seneca Falls in 1848, the many goals
line]? that were at first identified as worthy of
8Introduction to the Test: Supporting support did not include the vote. Women
Details Questions. Shows understanding of wanted property rights, the right to
individual points Demonstrate divorce abusive husbands, the right to an
comprehension and careful understanding education equal to any mans, and the
Determine which fact(s) best supports main right to join any profession. But the idea
idea. Sequence the events in the passage. of the vote seemed too extreme. (lines
9Introduction to the Test: Supporting 37-44). 12. At the womens right meeting
Details Question Stems. According to the in Seneca Falls, all of the following were
[a specific paragraph/section/passage] called for EXCEPT the right to: A. Vote in
Who/when/what/where did According to the elections. B. Enter any profession. C.
passage, all of the following are true Divorce abusive husbands. D. Receive equal
about ------ EXCEPT. . . The passage makes education. Question. Text from Passage.
it clear that 40Strategies to Help Answer This
10Introduction to the Test: Question. Active Reading: Identify Hinge
Inference-Evaluation Questions. Make Words BUT Active Reading: Underline Key
judgments Identify the implications of the Words in the Question Stem NOT Look back
supporting details in the passage. Draw at the text!!
conclusions based on reading the passage 41Practice Test Question 12: Supporting
Determine the authors idea through Details. When Elizabeth Cady Stanton
generalization of the facts. organized the first womens rights meeting
11Introduction to the Test: at Seneca Falls in 1848, the many goals
Inference-Evaluation Questions. Analyze that were at first identified as worthy of
cause-and-effect relationships Identify support did not include the vote. Women
multiple meanings of a word and determine wanted property rights, the right to
its definition with context clues from the divorce abusive husbands, the right to an
passage Determine the implications of the education equal to any mans, and the
authors general tone or attitude. right to join any profession. But the idea
12Introduction to the Test: of the vote seemed too extreme. (lines
Inference-Evaluation Question Stems. The 37-44). 12. At the womens rights meeting
author suggests/implies/ that It can most in Seneca Falls, all of the following were
reasonably be inferred that the author. called for EXCEPT the right to: A. Vote in
With which of the following statements elections. B. Enter any profession. C.
would the author agree? According to the Divorce abusive husbands. D. Receive equal
passage, the WORD/TERM means which of education. Question. Text from Passage.
the following? The idea.is best 42
exemplified by which of the following 43Lesson #3 Question Types: Inference.
quotations from the passage? The attitude Review Information from Introductory
of the author toward x is Lecture Examine Specific Questions from
13 Practice Test 56A Identify Strategies to
14Lesson #1: Active Reading. Structural Help Answer Difficult Questions Practice
Clues Annotating Hinge Words. the Strategies.
15Active Reading: Structural Clues. Each 44Practice Test Question 22:
passage was written by a PERSON, and InferenceMeaning of Words. Here lies the
people write for a purpose. Some authors extraordinary appeal and irony of the
want to trace historical causes or daytime soap opera; it is circulated by
consequences. Some authors want to the very commercial culture which has
critique a theory. Some authors want to engendered the need for it in the first
draw a comparison between two things. Some place. (lines 63-66). 22. As it is used
authors want to tell a story. Some authors in line 65, the word engendered most
just want to describe something. nearly means: F. Diminished G. Produced H.
16Why is it important to figure out WHY Denied J. Discouraged. Question. Text from
an author wrote a passage? Active Reading: Passage.
Structural Clues. Many questions ask you 45Strategies to Help Answer This
what the AUTHOR means, NOT what YOU think! Question. Look back at the text! Reread
Knowing what the AUTHOR would say can help the lines before AND after the word in the
you answer confusing questions! question stem. Identify hinge words that
17Active Reading: Structural Clues. help you understand the overall sentence.
Think of the passage as a map Questions Read the answer choices carefully.
are like hints as to where to go next The 46Practice Test Question 22:
passage gives you the rest: Anticipate InferenceMeaning of Words. Here lies the
authors direction by noticing structural extraordinary appeal and irony of the
clues (how passage is organized, where daytime soap opera; it is circulated by
paragraphs break, what words are bold or the very commercial culture which has
italicized). engendered the need for it in the first
18Active Reading: Structural Clues. Look place. (lines 63-66). 22. As it is used
up the answers Dont remember themfind in line 65, the word engendered most
them! Think of the passage as a reference nearly means: F. Diminished G. Produced H.
book and refer back. Dont trust your Denied J. Discouraged Choices F, H, and J
memory! are all the OPPOSITE of choice G. Each is
19No matter what, underline key words too similar to be the right answer.
in the question stem. Look for those key Therefore, G is the logical choice!
words in the passage. Active Reading: Question. Text from Passage.
Annotate. WRITE ON THE TEST as you read!! 47Practice Test Question 19:
Use different marks to mean different InferenceMeaning of Words. But womens
things. Circle names of people Underline ideological advantage in the United States
critical phrases, terms, main ideas Number was offset by a crippling liabilitythe
(1, 2, 3, etc.) ideas in a sequence. central importance of the family to
20Active Reading: Example from maintaining social order. (lines 23-26).
Humanities (56A). 21. The passage 19. As it is used in line 24, the word
indicates that religion, support groups, liability most nearly means: A. Obligation
and soap operas are alike in that they B. Drawback C. Probability D. Result.
all: A. Are circulated by a common culture Question. Text from Passage.
B. Provide a way to combat loneliness. C. 48Strategies to Help Answer This
Appear intimate but are remote. D. Enable Question. Look back at the passage! Reread
people to participate vicariously. the lines before AND after the word in the
Undoubtedly, each of these notions does question stem. Look for hinge words that
explain part of the soaps mass appeal. help you understand the overall sentence.
Soaps can ease the loneliness and boredom 49Practice Test Question 19:
of life. They do offer advice, sometimes InferenceMeaning of Words. But womens
implicitly, often explicitly, on what to ideological advantage in the United States
wear, how to conduct love affairs, how to was offset by a crippling liabilitythe
save a marriage, how to handle ones central importance of the family to
children, how to cope with heartache, how maintaining social order. (lines 23-26)
to enjoy the intrigue of romance. (lines crippling has a negative connotation!
19-25) Loneliness, we are repeatedly (just like drawback). 19. As it is used
told, has become pandemic in in line 24, the word liability most nearly
AmericaWhether through religion, clubs, means: A. Obligation B. Drawback C.
associations, or support groupsor through Probability D. Result Hinge word!
daily immersion in a favorite soapmany Question. Text from Passage.
Americans search for some kind of communal 50Practice Test Question 16: Inference
life to counter varying degrees of social Drawing Conclusions. In the indifference,
isolation and alienation. (lines 42-48). the inertia, the apathy of women, lies the
Question. Text from Passage. greatest obstacle to the enfranchisement.
21Active Reading: Example from (lines 63 - 65). 16. It can reasonably be
Humanities (56A). 21. The passage inferred that suffrage leader Susan B.
indicates that religion, support groups, Anthonys statement (lines 63 65) is
and soap operas are alike in that they presented primarily to express the
all: A. Are circulated by a common culture movements: F. questioning whether women
B. Provide a way to combat loneliness. C. had earned the right to vote. G. criticism
Appear intimate but are remote. D. Enable of the generals in their army. H.
people to participate vicariously. frustration with womens lack of interest
Undoubtedly, each of these notions does in gaining suffrage. J. doubts about the
explain part of the soaps mass appeal. attainability of womens suffrage.
Soaps can ease the loneliness and boredom Question. Text from Passage.
of life. They do offer advice, sometimes 51Strategies to Help Answer This
implicitly, often explicitly, on what to Question. Look back at the passage! Reread
wear, how to conduct love affairs, how to the lines and underline key words that
save a marriage, how to handle ones help you understand the overall nature of
children, how to cope with heartache, how the statement.
to enjoy the intrigue of romance. (lines 52Practice Test Question 16: Inference
19-25) Loneliness, we are repeatedly Drawing Conclusions. In the indifference,
told, has become pandemic in the inertia, the apathy of women, lies the
AmericaWhether through religion, clubs, greatest obstacle to the enfranchisement.
associations, or support groupsor through (lines 63 - 65). 16. It can reasonably be
daily immersion in a favorite soapmany inferred that suffrage leader Susan B.
Americans search for some kind of communal Anthonys statement (lines 63 65) is
life to counter varying degrees of social presented primarily to express the
isolation and alienation. (lines 42-48). movements: F. questioning whether women
Question. Text from Passage. had earned the right to vote. G. criticism
22Active Reading: Example from of the generals in their army. H.
Humanities (56A). 21. The passage frustration with womens lack of interest
indicates that religion, support groups, in gaining suffrage. J. doubts about the
and soap operas are alike in that they attainability of womens suffrage.
all: A. Are circulated by a common culture Question. Text from Passage.
B. Provide a way to combat loneliness. C. 53
Appear intimate but are remote. D. Enable 54Introduction to Distracters
people to participate vicariously. Definitions Examples Practice Overcoming
Undoubtedly, each of these notions does Distracters. Lesson #4 Distracters
explain part of the soaps mass appeal. Weasel and Shift.
Soaps can ease the loneliness and boredom 55Understand Distracters. Distracters =
of life. They do offer advice, sometimes the other answer choices Distracters are
implicitly, often explicitly, on what to THINKING CHALLENGES designed to make wrong
wear, how to conduct love affairs, how to answers seem correct Prey upon your
save a marriage, how to handle ones tendency to rush They are supposed to
children, how to cope with heartache, how DISTRACT YOU Inference Questions: seek
to enjoy the intrigue of romance. (lines opinions from facts The answers are not
19-25) Loneliness, we are repeatedly directly stated in the reading Read your
told, has become pandemic in road map differently ACT constantly
AmericaWhether through religion, clubs, tries to make distracters more distracting
associations, or support groupsor through Practice with them!
daily immersion in a favorite soapmany 56The Weasel The Shift The Enticer The
Americans search for some kind of communal Extreme. The FOUR Types of Distracters.
life to counter varying degrees of social 57Distracters: The Trick. There is often
isolation and alienation. (lines 42-48). ONE distracter that is REALLY DIFFICULT to
Question. Text from Passage. get around. Watch out for this distracter.
23Active Reading: Example from Social Which one depends on the question.
Science (56A). In 1910 the fight for 58Distracter #1: The Weasel. Definition
womens suffrage was more that sixty years Any attempt to change or misrepresent the
old, a national campaign by the National authors words or authors
American Woman Suffrage Assoc was twenty meaningregardless of how small. The
years old.. (Lines 3 - 6) First womens answer can not be verified by the passage.
rights meeting at Seneca Falls in 1848. Adds words Takes out words Flips words.
(Line 38) 1895 Massachusetts conducted a 59Example of The Weasel (Practice Test
referendum whether suffrage should be 56A, Social Science). Men gradually
extended to females. (lines 56 60) agreed to extend property rights to women,
The General Federation of Womens Clubs because property in a wifes name could
did not endorse suffrage until 1914. save a man from his creditors. They
(lines 84 85). 17. Which of the accepted coeducation, because universities
following events was the first to occur, needed students and society needed trained
according to the passage? A. The National teachers. But the vote was something else.
American Woman Suffrage Association began To give women the vote would mean
their campaign. B. The first womens recognizing them as individuals with their
rights meeting was held in Seneca Falls. own rights and interests. (lines 44-51).
C. Massachusetts held a referendum on 11. The passage indicates that womens
whether suffrage should be extended to demand for property rights was agreed to
females. D. The General Federation of primarily because men realized that: A.
Womens Clubs endorsed womens suffrage. Women were indeed individuals deserving of
Question. Text from Passage. their own rights. B. If they gave in on
24Active Reading: Example from Social the property rights issue, theyd be able
Science (56A). In 1910 the fight for to hold firm on suffrage. C. Conceding the
womens suffrage was more that sixty years right would provide men with a way to
old, a national campaign by the National protect themselves from creditors. D.
American Woman Suffrage Assoc was twenty Women had unique interests and were needed
years old.. (Lines 3 - 6) First womens as students in universities and teachers
rights meeting at Seneca Falls in 1848. in schools. Question. Text from Passage.
(Line 38) 1895 Massachusetts conducted a 60Which distracter is a Weasel?
referendum whether suffrage should be Distracter #1: The Weasel.
extended to females. (lines 56 60) 61Example of The Weasel (Practice Test
The General Federation of Womens Clubs 56A, Social Science). Men gradually
did not endorse suffrage until 1914. agreed to extend property rights to women,
(lines 84 85). 17. Which of the because property in a wifes name could
following events was the first to occur, save a man from his creditors. They
according to the passage? A. The National accepted coeducation, because universities
American Woman Suffrage Association began needed students and society needed trained
their campaign. B. The first womens teachers. But the vote was something else.
rights meeting was held in Seneca Falls. To give women the vote would mean
C. Massachusetts held a referendum on recognizing them as individuals with their
whether suffrage should be extended to own rights and interests. (lines 44-51)
females. D. The General Federation of This idea is nowhere in the passage! 11.
Womens Clubs endorsed womens suffrage. The passage indicates that womens demand
Question. Text from Passage. for property rights was agreed to
25Active Reading: Example from Social primarily because men realized that: A.
Science (56A). In 1910 the fight for Women were indeed individuals deserving of
womens suffrage was more that sixty years their own rights. B. If they gave in on
old, a national campaign by the National the property rights issue, theyd be able
American Woman Suffrage Assoc was twenty to hold firm on suffrage. C. Conceding the
years old.. (Lines 3 - 6) First womens right would provide men with a way to
rights meeting at Seneca Falls in 1848. protect themselves from creditors. D.
(Line 38) 1895 Massachusetts conducted a Women had unique interests and were needed
referendum whether suffrage should be as students in universities and teachers
extended to females. (lines 56 60) in schools. Question. Text from Passage.
The General Federation of Womens Clubs 62Distracter #2: The Shift. Definition
did not endorse suffrage until 1914. The answer answers another question about
(lines 84 85). 17. Which of the the passage but does not answer this one.
following events was the first to occur, Answer choices may actually appear in the
according to the passage? A. The National text Watch out for choices that look like
American Woman Suffrage Association began statements in the passage even direct
their campaign. B. The first womens quotes Remember, this is not a matching
rights meeting was held in Seneca Falls. test! You must understand meanings, not
C. Massachusetts held a referendum on just words!
whether suffrage should be extended to 63Example of The Shift (Practice Test
females. D. The General Federation of 56A, Social Science). Men gradually
Womens Clubs endorsed womens suffrage. agreed to extend property rights to women,
Question. Text from Passage. because property in a wifes name could
26Active Reading: Hinge Words. Underline save a man from his creditors. They
or circle hinge words Words or phrases accepted coeducation, because universities
that are used to alert you to shifts in needed students and society needed trained
thought Words or phrases that are used to teachers. But the vote was something else.
drive a point home Answers are often To give women the vote would mean
located near hinge words! Common Hinge recognizing them as individuals with their
Words but, although, yet, however, as a own rights and interests. (lines 44-51).
result, nevertheless, on the other hand, 11. The passage indicates that womens
despite, while, in spite of, consequently, demand for property rights was agreed to
therefore, thus, alternatively. primarily because men realized that: A.
27Active Reading: Example from Social Women were indeed individuals deserving of
Science (56A). In 1910 the fight for their own rights. B. If they gave in on
womens suffrage was more than sixty years the property rights issue, theyd be able
old, a national campaign by the National to hold firm on suffrage. C. Conceding the
American Woman Suffrage Association was right would provide men with a way to
twenty years old, and yet women could vote protect themselves from creditors. D.
in only Wyoming, Idaho, Utah, and Women had unique interests and were needed
Colorado. (lines 3-7). 15. The passage as students in universities and teachers
presents the information that in 1910 in schools. Question. Text from Passage.
women could vote in only Wyoming, Idaho, 64Which distracter is a SHIFT?
Utah, and Colorado (lines 6-7) primarily Distracter #2: The Shift.
to make the point that the: A. Womens 65Example of The Shift (Practice Test
suffrage movement had made little progress 56A, Social Science). Men gradually
up to that time. B. Womens suffrage agreed to extend property rights to women,
movement was just then beginning to get because property in a wifes name could
started. C. Womens suffrage movement has save a man from his creditors. They
made tremendous strides since then. D. accepted coeducation, because universities
Western states were the first to be needed students and society needed trained
receptive to the cause of womens teachers. But the vote was something else.
suffrage. Question. Text from Passage. To give women the vote would mean
28Active Reading: Example from Social recognizing them as individuals with their
Science (56A). In 1910 the fight for own rights and interests. (lines 44-51)
womens suffrage was more than sixty years This is why men agreed to coeducation, but
old, a national campaign by the National NOT property rights! READ and REREAD
American Woman Suffrage Association was QUESTIONS!!! 11. The passage indicates
twenty years old, and yet women could vote that womens demand for property rights
in only Wyoming, Idaho, Utah, and was agreed to primarily because men
Colorado. (lines 3-7) (this implies that realized that: A. Women were indeed
there HAD been action, but the word yet individuals deserving of their own rights.
tells you that the long period of action B. If they gave in on the property rights
had not accomplished much!!!). 15. The issue, theyd be able to hold firm on
passage presents the information that in suffrage. C. Conceding the right would
1910 women could vote in only Wyoming, provide men with a way to protect
Idaho, Utah, and Colorado (lines 6-7) themselves from creditors. D. Women had
primarily to make the point that the: A. unique interests and were needed as
Womens suffrage movement had made little students in universities and teachers in
progress up to that time. B. Womens schools. Question. Text from Passage.
suffrage movement was just then beginning 66
to get started. C. Womens suffrage 67Lesson #5 Distracters Enticer and
movement has made tremendous strides since Extreme. Definitions Examples Practice
then. D. Western states were the first to Overcoming Distracters.
be receptive to the cause of womens 68Distracter #3: The Enticer. Definition
suffrage. Question. Text from Passage. Its a con. It looks right, but its too
29Active Reading: Example from Social good to be true. Sounds great warm and
Science (56A). In 1910 the fight for fuzzy Seems reasonable and correct Just
womens suffrage was more than sixty years because the choice says, love is all we
old, a national campaign by the National need, doesnt mean its the answer to the
American Woman Suffrage Association was question you are being asked!
twenty years old, and yet women could vote 69Example of The Enticer (Practice Test
in only Wyoming, Idaho, Utah, and 56A, Social Science). Men gradually
Colorado. (lines 3-7) (this implies that agreed to extend property rights to women,
there HAD been action, but the word yet because property in a wifes name could
tells you that the long period of action save a man from his creditors. They
had not accomplished much!!!). 15. The accepted coeducation, because universities
passage presents the information that in needed students and society needed trained
1910 women could vote in only Wyoming, teachers. But the vote was something else.
Idaho, Utah, and Colorado (lines 6-7) To give women the vote would mean
primarily to make the point that the: A. recognizing them as individuals with their
Womens suffrage movement had made little own rights and interests. (lines 44-51).
progress up to that time. B. Womens 11. The passage indicates that womens
suffrage movement was just then beginning demand for property rights was agreed to
to get started. C. Womens suffrage primarily because men realized that: A.
movement has made tremendous strides since Women were indeed individuals deserving of
then. D. Western states were the first to their own rights. B. If they gave in on
be receptive to the cause of womens the property rights issue, theyd be able
suffrage. Question. Text from Passage. to hold firm on suffrage. C. Conceding the
30Recap Lesson 1: Active Reading. right would provide men with a way to
Structural Clues Annotating Hinge Words. protect themselves from creditors. D.
31 Women had unique interests and were needed
32Lesson #2 Question Types: Main Ideas as students in universities and teachers
& Supporting Details. Review in schools. Question. Text from Passage.
Information from Introductory Lecture 70Which distracter is an Enticer?
Examine Specific Questions from Practice Distracter #3: The Enticer.
Test 56A Identify Strategies to Help 71Example of The Enticer (Practice Test
Answer Difficult Questions Practice the 56A, Social Science). Men gradually
Strategies. agreed to extend property rights to women,
33Practice Test Question 13: Main Ideas. because property in a wifes name could
Womens suffrage challenged one of the save a man from his creditors. They
fundamental assumptions of American accepted coeducation, because universities
politics: that the basic unit of political needed students and society needed trained
life was the family, with the father teachers. But the vote was something else.
standing at its head representing and To give women the vote would mean
protecting his wife and children in the recognizing them as individuals with their
wider world. To grant suffrage to women own rights and interests. (lines 44-51)
would be to break up that fundamental Sounds nice, right? HOWEVER, this is NOT
unit. (lines 12-18). 13. The passage why men gave property rights. In fact,
indicates that at the time of the womens they did NOT want this! 11. The passage
suffrage movement, one of the fundamental indicates that womens demand for property
assumptions of American politics was that rights was agreed to primarily because men
the basic political unit was the: A. realized that: A. Women were indeed
individual voter. B. precinct. C. village individuals deserving of their own rights.
or town. D. family. Question. Text from B. If they gave in on the property rights
Passage. issue, theyd be able to hold firm on
34Strategies to Help Answer This suffrage. C. Conceding the right would
Question. Active Reading: Underline key provide men with a way to protect
words in the question stem. Identify themselves from creditors. D. Women had
which key words in the question stem also unique interests and were needed as
appear in the text. Look back at the students in universities and teachers in
passage! Do not try to REMEMBER the schools. Question. Text from Passage.
answer. When looking at the answer 72Distracter #4: The Extreme. Definition
choices, think about meanings, not exact An incorrect answer choice which might be
words. true if it did not include extreme words
35Practice Test Question 13: Main Ideas. such as: always, completely, perfectly,
Womens suffrage challenged one of the all. If you can find an exception, its a
fundamental assumptions of American wrong answer If the answer is debatable,
politics: that the basic unit of political its a wrong answer WATCH OUT! Not all
life was the family, with the father extreme answer choices are incorrect.
standing at its head representing and 73Remember Distracter #4? The Extreme.
protecting his wife and children in the An incorrect answer choice may include
wider world. To grant suffrage to women extreme words such as always and
would be to break up that fundamental completely An incorrect answer may go
unit. (lines 12-18). 13. The passage too farthe author would not agree with
indicates that at the time of the womens how far the answer choice goes If you can
suffrage movement, one of the fundamental think of one exception, or if the answer
assumptions of American politics was that is debatable, then the extreme answer
the basic political unit was the: A. choice is incorrect. Not all extreme
Individual voter. B. Precinct C. Village answer choices are incorrect.
or town D. Family. Question. Text from 74Extreme: Examples. --Europeans won all
Passage. their battles. --they established an
36Practice Test Question 11: Supporting ideal community --the bank was always
Details. Men gradually agreed to extend busy. --Impressionism was an entirely
property rights to women, because property different style of painting. --It was
in a wifes name could save a man from his impossible for him to overcome his past.
creditors. (lines 44-46). 11. The passage --Men were incapable of recognizing the
indicates that womens demand for property equality of women.
rights was agreed to primarily because men 75You can do this!!! Focus, discipline,
realized that: A. Women were indeed and PRACTICE are the keys to success!!! Be
individuals deserving of their own rights. better tomorrow than you were yesterday!
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