Like the title of this thread says, we're planning on making a study group for pre-1Ls in Seoul. There are currently three members in the group. Please let me know if you want to participate in this. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Maybe this post will help:
You forgot the "all known deposits".
when i approach parallel questions i try to look at the stimulus as a "whole". I try to match the (1) logic, (2) structure, (3) flaw if necessary.
All known deposits are in tanzania. so ashley collects only tanzanite stones, and unlikely will collect stones not from tanzania.
(D) the only frogs yet discovered are in the lagoon. since owls only eat frogs from the lagoon, they will never eat an animal outside of the lagoon.
if you look at the choice, all structural aspect matches.
(E) is wrong because of structural reasons.
The term "as it were" is an idiom. The "it" doesn't have to refer to something in specific. It's used to call attention to a re-naming of a phenomenon -- specifically with when the name isn't really correct. For example: "John ended up finding a backdoor into the club for us and even procured us a table in the VIP lounge; he was our clubbing sherpa, as it were." [If you don't know what a sherpa is, it's someone who carries your stuff up Mt. Everest (or other mountains)].
Does that clear it up?
That's a badly written passage, by the way.
Good luck! - Noah