Kunci Jawaban Reading for TOEFL – Duncan Phyfe

Kunci Jawaban Reading for TOEFL – Duncan Phyfe

Kunci Jawaban Reading for TOEFL – Duncan Phyfe

  1. Jawaban yang benar (A). The other an-swer choices use countries and dates men-tioned in the passage but in an incorrect way.
  2. Jawaban yang benar (C). The first name of Duncan’s father is neither mentioned nor implied. Duncan did not work in Scotland. He worked after he came to America. Duncan Phyfe employed 100 craftsmen, but the pas-sage does not say how many kinds of tables his workshop ade.
  3. Jawaban yang benar (C). “He was a quiet-living, God-fearing young man who felt his new name would probably appeal to potential customers who were definitely anti-British in this post–Revolutionary War period.” In para-graph 2, this is the only sentence about his name change.
  4. Jawaban yang benar (D). Phyfe did not put his spelling, his chair, or his French on a sign over his door stoop.
  5. Jawaban yang benar (B). As the word was used in the fourth paragraph, it refers to the organizations that trained craftsmen for a variety of work. Guilds also controlled who could work in a particular craft and stood for high standards. As the word was used in the fourth paragraph, trials are not mentioned. The verdict of a jury may be “Guilty” but never “guild.” As the word was used in the fourth paragraph, it does not refer to émigrés, political parties, or clubs.
  6. Jawaban yang benar (A). No longer re-stricted is the correct phrase.
  7. Jawaban yang benar (A). The sentence best fits in the fifth paragraph after the follow-ing sentence: “What his workshop produced shows Phyfe’s absolute dedication to quality in workmanship.” The inserted sentence tells the reader about the results of Phyfe’s dedication to quality in workmanship.
  8. Jawaban yang benar (D). In paragraph 5, the last sentence reports that Phyfe spent a lot of money on materials.
  9. Jawaban yang benar (C). Paragraph 2 tells the reader that Phyfe began his work as a joiner in 1792, in the late eighteenth cen-tury. Paragraph 6 tells us he interpreted European design in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
  10. Jawaban yang benar (B). The last para-graph says that few pieces of Phyfe’s work have been found, but they do exist (“are extant”). His furniture was not ignored; it was popular. His father did not work for him.

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