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B . The Governor refused categorically to make a statement about his alleged fraud. C . The Governor chose not to make a statement about his alleged fraud. D . The Governor rebuffed repeated requests for a statement about the unmentionable situation.
Study these section headings of "How to Prepare for a Road Trip":
Which heading would best accommodate a new sub-section titled "Tips for Selecting a Road Trip Music Mix"?
Read this passage from "How to Prepare for a Road Trip": You're about to graduate from high school. You're starting college, or a new job, in a month. Sure, you could sit on your sofa and play video games for that entire month, growing pale and bleary. You could hang out at your friend's house all month, lounging by the pool, growing bronzed and bleary. But you could also hit the road. There are over 4 million miles of road in the United States — paved and unpaved, straight and winding, through canyons of orange sandstone and canyons of steel and glass high-rises, over vast rivers and lakes and sagebrush-studded desert, from the surfing waves of the Pacific to the boardwalks of the Atlantic. Go forth, young person! And bring a friend. Which excerpt from the passage most clearly indicates the audience?
C . Go forth, young person! D . And bring a friend. Read this excerpt from Endgame by Samuel Beckett: HAMM: Is is night already then? CLOV (looking): No. HAMM: Then what is it? CLOV (looking) : Gray. (Lowering the telescope, turning towards Hamm, louder.) Gray! (Pause. Still louder.) GRRAY! (Pause. He gets down, approaches Hamm from behind, whispers in his ear.) HAMM (starting): Gray! Did I hear you say gray? CLOV: Light black. From pole to pole. Which sentence most accurately describes the implied conflict in the passage?
Study this excerpt and layout element from "How to Prepare for a Road Trip": This document will explain how to prepare for a road trip, whether it's only for a few days or up to a month. It's broken down into five sections:
Which term most accurately describes the organizational scheme the author will likely use? A . Compare and contrast B . Spatial C . Sequential D . Topical
Read this excerpt from Endgame by Samuel Beckett: Clov goes and stands under window left. Stiff, staggering walk. He looks up at window left. He turns and looks at window right. He goes and stands under window right. He looks up at window right. He turns and looks at window left. He goes out, comes back immediately with a small step-ladder, carries it over and sets it down under window left, gets up on it, draws back curtain. He gets down, takes six steps (for example) towards window right, goes back for ladder, carries it over and sets it down under window right,

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