Dustin on November 20, 2019
The passage begins by saying, "New evidence indicates that recent property development bordering a national park HAS NOT ADVERSELY affected the park's wildlife." It then goes on to say, "ON THE CONTRARY." Then gives information that the recent property development, in fact, didn't adversely affect the wildlife.
Shouldn't the passage say, "has adversely"?
"A" would then make sense because we would be looking for an answer to strengthen the argument against the subsidiary conclusion.
If that is incorrect then could you please explain why?
on November 20, 2019
Ravi on November 29, 2019