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When I hit a <--/-->, does the some train stop there? For instances, #1 of the drill is Some As are Bs, No Bs are Cs, and All Cs are Ds. I diagram it all correctly, but I would've thought that you could conclude that some A->D. #2 All Xs are Ys, Some Ys are Zs, and Most Xs are Ws. I wanted to make X -> Y into a some and make it a <--->, which I thought would lead me to be able to conclude that some w->Z. But then you get to #3, No Es are Fs, All Fs are Gs, and All Gs are Hs. Why is it on this one that I can turn it all into somes and work my way back up to the /E? Can someone help me identify where i'm going wrong?