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Abby S.
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SAT II Spanish
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Question:

Si ______ en el Brasil, hablaríamos portugués y no español.

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Answer:

Viviéramos (The imperfect subjunctive is used here. The key clue is "hablaríamos", which is the future conditional. The imperfect subjunctive is used since the sentence is in the future.)

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Question:

What is the difference between the callberesca genre and the caballería genre?

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Answer:

Among other things, caballería novels focus on a search for love through various conquests, a hero born in an extraordinary way, an idealization of love, and an open structure with many adventures occurring. The caballeresca genre involves a more realistic setting with modern characters, while still remaining fictional.

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Question:

RWA (right-wing authoritarianism) and SDO (social dominance orientation) are two of many factors behind various facets of prejudice. What is the difference between the two?

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Answer:

RWA values submission to a legitimate authority, while SDO places value in hierarchies and putting one’s own group above all others. Those high in SDO value stability and structure, while those high in RWA express a desire for their group to dominate all others.

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