Studying for the LSAT / Re: In "Necessary" question type, how can I negate answer choices that contain Only« on: October 01, 2008, 07:52:39 PM »
i.e) Only when behaviors become typical among an animal population can we conclude that genetic alteration has occurred in that variety of species.
I would negate it as "We can conclude that genetic alteration has occurred even when bahaviors have not yet become typical among the animal population."
I get there just by examining the meaning of the statement, and then trying to state the logical opposite.
yeah i like to examine the meaning also but sometimes i go back and forth from doing that and inserting a "not" when i can.
so was my example of doing it wrong?