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LR – Gym

Edward is trying to open his own gym and training studio this month. He has saved money over several years and is now close to fulfilling his dream. However, the new iPhone is coming out this month as well and Edward really needs a new phone. But he will not be able to open the gym if he spends money on the new iPhone 12. Since Edward doesn’t want to wait any longer to open his gym he should keep his old dingy iPhone.

Which one of the following most accurately expresses the main conclusion of the argument?

A. Edward is trying to open his own gym and training studio this month.
B. The new iPhone is coming out this month as well and Edward really needs a new phone.
C. He has saved money over several years and is now close to fulfilling his dream.
D. Edward should not spend money on the new iPhone 12.
E. Edward will not be able to open the gym if he spends money on the new iPhone 12.

Answer
CORRECT ANSWER: D
EXPLANATION: The main conclusion of the argument is that Edward should not buy the new iPhone because if he does he won’t be able to open his gym.

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