6. Which one of these was not mentioned in the passage?Answer: No discussion of training or education of doctorsAnyone remember the answer choices that WERE mentioned?
So how many people disagree about the Women Dr. main point question?
Quote from: paigeroo on June 15, 2006, 10:41:19 PMSo how many people disagree about the Women Dr. main point question?I do, I picked C, pretty much exactly what A said but without "accepted" because I don't think the passage implied that female doctors were accepted, just that there existed female doctors. (i.e. you can say that there exists female doctors in society and that there's enough to make mention of them "unremarkable", however it doesn't mean the entire society accepts them, maybe the majority hated female doctors.)
ok so does anyone remember a question on the medical dr one...that asked what does the author mean by quoting the writings on burial head stones??remember there was a part of the passage, directly in the middle, end of 2nd paragraph i believe, that quotes the writings on the headstones of women dr's and it went something liek"all of humanity is greatful for you and your contributions"....something along those lines...and wasnt the answer that the author was implying that women were not restricted to just mid wifery...(just prior to that statement the author had spent the paragraph discussin mid wiferY)trigger anyone's memories?
You're right, but this was TRC:5. What is the purpose of the phrase quoted at line 45-46 (praise for women drs)Answer: To show that women practiced general medicine