|By Akaflex (Akaflex) on Thursday, October 09, 2003 - 07:36 pm: Edit|
ok god sometimesi hate when i get these wrong!
now which one would u pick and why give me a good bridge plz im get pist off wen i get anals wrong, and another easy one
|By Student9 (Student9) on Thursday, October 09, 2003 - 07:42 pm: Edit|
olfactory has to do with smell, auditory has to do with hearing.
An alumnus is a graduate student just as a retiree is a graduated employee
|By Intellect101 (Intellect101) on Thursday, October 09, 2003 - 07:43 pm: Edit|
im assuming you mean "olfactory", instead of "oldfactory."
olfactory pertains to the sense of smell.
auditory pertains to the sense of hearing.
the second 1 is A, i believe.
a alumnus completes (school) whereas a student is still in it.
a retiree completes his/her job, while an employert still does it.
sorry, if thats kind of wierd.
|By Ccbrigham (Ccbrigham) on Friday, October 10, 2003 - 04:29 am: Edit|
On B and E, note that on B, "sense" can be subdivided (into 5 categories) and E "bitter" is just one way of tasting-- hearing and smelling both belong to the same category (types of senses).
On the other one, I think you could have eliminated C and D-- these are essentially synonyms, and "student" is such a basic concept that it's unlikely to have a direct synonym you've never heard of... a "finalist" is a good competitor, and a tourist is led by a guide...what is a student led by... a teacher, and if "alumnus" were a teacher, you'd probably have heard so by now. So you take your pick between A and B... I guess.
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