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Reading Comprehension: Structure Questions

Which of the following best describes the relation of the last paragraph to the passage as a whole?

Incorrect.

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The last paragraph does not exclusively explain the phenomenon of unemployment, nor does it present the causes of the entire phenomenon.

Incorrect.

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The last paragraph does not include a summary of the previous paragraphs at all, but rather constitutes the last item in a list of types of unemployment.

Excellent!

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The last paragaph elaborates upon Classical Unemployment, a subclass of unemployment.

Close, but no cigar.

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This paragraph indeed constitutes the fourth item in a list which follows the first paragraph but it is not a list of reasons but a list of categories or types.

Incorrect.

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This paragraph does not weigh against the other issues discussed in the passage. In fact, there are no other issues. This paragraph discusses the same issue (i.e., unemployment) that the rest of the passage discusses.

It explores and defines the exclusive causes of the phenomenon described in the passage.
It summarizes the information that appears in the second, third, and fourth paragraphs.
It elaborates on the fourth type of a phenomenon whose classification the passage discusses
It portrays the fourth reason for an issue presented in the first paragraph.
It analyzes a phenomenon which weighs against the other issues discussed in the passage.