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Passage 1 is adapted from Louisa Twining, "Workhouses and Women's Work" © 1857 by The National Association for the Promotion of Social Science. Passage 2 is adapted from Florence Nightingale and William Rathbone, "Workhouse Nursing, the Story of a Successful Experiment" © 1867 by Macmillan and Co.
1. The primary purpose of Passage 1 is to
2. Which choice provides the best evidence for the answer to the previous question?
3. As used in lines 21, "maintained" most nearly means
4. The phrase in lines 34-35 ("we could hardly hope") most directly suggests that
5. Which choice provides the best evidence for the answer to the previous question?
6. The final sentence of Passage 1 has which effect?
7. It can be most directly inferred from the second paragraph of Passage 2 (lines 46-56) that the first year of the experiment described in the passage was unusual in
8. The author of Passage 2 references a "careful classified list of cases" (line 64) in order to
9. As used in line 69, the phrase "character of seasons" most nearly means
10. The author of Passage 1 would most likely respond to the phrase in lines 46-47 ("With the exception…class") of Passage 2 by
11. Which choice best describes the relationship between the two passages?
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