June 2010 LSAT Section 1 Question 15
Melody on September 10, 2014Camille states manufacturers of water-saving faucets exaggerate the amount of money such faucets can save.
on September 4, 2019I think my previous understanding of "take for granted" must be incorrect as it pertains to the lsat can you explain how I should read it to mean as the writers intend? Thank you so much
on September 4, 2019That particular phrase is frequently causing me problems.
on September 13, 2019I second that ^^ could you please explain a bit more what the phrase "takes for granted" means as it pertains to the LSAT? I know I've read it before on another thread, but I can't remember
armando on October 10, 2019I have had that same issue during my current marathon review. What has helped me understand the secondary meaning of the "takes for granted", which usually is assumes or overlooks, and my head just substitutes the term. This has helped me, I am not sure if it's fully correct but saves me time by not double guessing and looking if "taken for granted" is being used according to our modern everyday use.