December 2006 LSAT Section 1 Question 21
Melody on August 7, 2013We know that any garden and adjoining living room that are separated from one another by sliding glass doors can visually merge into a single space. "Can" is a key word here. It is possible but not guaranteed and that is why you are not diagramming this sentence.
Leila on August 8, 2013Thank you so much ... Btw I cannot see the last sentences you write on each reply because it does not show on an iPhone 5 ... Just letting you guys know!
Mehran on August 8, 2013Please make sure you have updated to the latest version of LSATMax. This should resolve the issue with the messages being cut off.
Leila on August 8, 2013Thanx guys! How would you diagram a except question, or better yet, choice E in this question?
Mehran on August 8, 2013Except does not introduce sufficient and necessary conditions. It is a limiting clause. So for example, "except on Wednesdays, if I am late to work, there was traffic." This means that the principle L ==> T only applies on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.