- Sun Aug 12, 2018 12:13 pm
This is a fairly weak Must Be True, lathlee, similar to a Most Strongly Supported question, in that the correct answer is the one that is most likely, rather than absolutely certain. I think a good way to prephrase this one is to think about a more typical RC question about Purpose. If you consider the purpose of each passage, you should be able to make a reasonable inference about who the target audience would be.
For example, if the purpose of a passage is to argue for stricter regulation, then you might infer that the audience is a group of people who are able to influence changes in regulation, like legislators or voters. If the purpose is to reexamine the influence of a particular folk musician on the genre, you might infer that the audience is fans of folk music or scholars that study folk music.
Ask yourself "who was this for?" and you'll be on your way to a good prephrase, lathlee!
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