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28. The word thrust in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning toCorrectIncorrect
29. According to the passage, both Mary Colter and Frank Lloyd Wright designed buildings thatCorrectIncorrect
30. The author mentions Kaibab limestone and yellow pine in paragraph 3 as examples ofCorrectIncorrect
31. Which sentence below best expresses the essential information in the highlighted sentence in paragraph 3? Incorrect choices change the meaning in important ways or leave out essential information.CorrectIncorrect
32. The word merged in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning toCorrectIncorrect
33. What was the main inspiration for Mary Colter’s design of the Watchtower?CorrectIncorrect
34. What can be inferred from paragraph 4 about the Watchtower?CorrectIncorrect
35. The word appalled in paragraph 5 is closest in meaning toCorrectIncorrect
36. All of the following characterize the Prairie style of architecture EXCEPTCorrectIncorrect
37. The word nestled in paragraph 6 is closest in meaning toCorrectIncorrect
38. Why does the author mention Fallingwater in paragraph 7?CorrectIncorrect
39. Look at the four squares, A , B , C and D , which indicate where the following sentence could be added to the passage. Where would the sentence best fit?
Taliesin’s rough stone facades and low–slung roofs blurred the distinction between the manmade and the natural.
Wright’s own studio–residence in Wisconsin was completely integrated with the surrounding landscape. A He nestled his house in the brow of a hill and gave it the name Taliesin, which means “shining brow” in Welsh. B Every element of the design corresponded to the surrounding landscape. The yellow stone came from a quarry a mile away, so Taliesin looked like the outcroppings on the local hills. C The exterior wood was the color of gray tree trunks. D The stucco walls above the stone had the same tawny color as the sandbanks in the river below.CorrectIncorrect