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39 Test ID: 2087 a. It would have undermined one of his hypotheses: that if a language had four colours, it would have a term for either
yellow or grue, but not both. b. It would have falsified his hypothesis that the lexical recognition of brown always precedes orange, which is—after all,
just a mix of yellow and red. c. It would have undermined one of his hypotheses: that if a language had four colours, three of them would necessarily
have to be black, white, and red. d. Both (a) and (b) e. Both (a) and (c) f. None of the above. Te
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: Consider the following dialogue, and then indicate whether questions 21 through 25 are true or false by clearly circling your
answer. In the below questions, the word “line” does not mean “sentence”—it refers to any given portion of the conversation
where one person has the floor and the other person is listening.
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r ID: 20 96 143 You’ll never guess what happened to me today. I was visiting my aunt in the hospital, and this
male nurse comes up to me, and he’s, like, carrying all these boxes, and then he says—
Just a second. If the nurse had been a woman, would you have said, “This female nurse comes up
No, of course not. Look, can I finish? This male nurse—sorry, this nurse comes up to me carrying
all these boxes, and he says, “Excuse me, could you please move aside.” Can you believe that?
Well, yes. Were you blocking him?
You know what? You’re no fun to talk to. Have you started writing your essay yet?
Eh, sort of. I have some ideas outlined, but I don’t have a main argument yet.
Ha! Guess what? I’m already finished. I told you I’d finish ahead of you! Wasn’t I right?
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