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It acknowledges that this is a difficult sentence to have readers in a survey be asked and then rephrases it in more common language, "Do you feel that is possible that all of the candidates would vote to increase taxes?"
I feel like the "all" in the second sentence would be better suited to be "some." I looked this question up and someone in another forum (different website) was asking about the question and the staff member (I think it was a staff member) made an authoritative statement saying, "All is not the opposite of none in that sentence, it is "some.""
I was wondering what the powerscore team's thought is on it. Obviously, "some" does include "all" but maybe "some" is the better answer since "all" does not include the possibility of "some."
I love the LR Bible and am beginning the workbooks soon. I have been studying for a little over a month now and was going to take the September Exam, but I might just wait and take the December exam XD. I want to try for a really high score. 3 months to do it might be a little too hard for me to obtain the dream.