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Subject: SAT

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"The mechanism at work is intrinsically flawed." The word use of the word "intrinsically" in the sentence above most closely means A) terribly B) obviously C) naturally D) dubiously

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C) Naturally

Subject: Literature

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Define "Synecdoche", and give an example of how this device might be used in a sentence.

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A synecdoche is a literary device by which the author uses a part of or object associated with something to represent the whole. For example: Using "The White House" to represent the American Presidency.

Subject: English

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What singular personal pronoun is appropriate in the blank below: The couple next to us might stay, or __ might get annoyed and leave.

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"It" is the gramatically correct pronoun, but "they" is commonly used. "They" might be more appropriate if you reword the sentence to read: The two people next to us might stay, or they might get annoyed and leave.

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