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Adam Tyson wrote: ↑Mon Jan 25, 2021 3:47 pm You're absolutely right about the main conclusion in this stimulus, caroline222 - it is the second sentence. But there is an intermediate conclusion as well, which is the claim that the current scheme discourages conservation, and if we can strengthen that intermediate conclusion it would help strengthen the main one. To strengthen the intermediate conclusion we need to focus on the evidence that supposedly supports it, which is about the threshold. If the threshold is low enough to encourage conservation, the whole argument falls apart, so we strengthen the argument by saying that is is not low enough to do so. Answer C does that for us.thanks, Adam, please may I ask why E is incorrect? the author's point is that the town discourages water conservation by using a threshold system for using water. E gave us that unless a change is approved by the town council, no change will be allowed, which means the said change has never been approved, which could be interpreted as a sign of the town deterring water conservation.