Here we are presented with a very simple GMAT sentence correction question. In this case, the topic involves Tim Ferriss's Four Hour Workweek book. Some of you may know who Tim Ferris is. He's a lifestyle guy who revolutionized a movement in lifestyle buy teaching people how to work and live smarter.
He wrote a best-selling book and has developed a huge following.
Only four words in this GMAT sentence is underlined. And five potential ways to word taht underlined portion of the sentence are presented. The first, obviously, is exactly the same as the version shown in the original sentence.
Notice the keyword "that" is underlined in the sentence. A quick scroll down the answer choices tells us that we are looking at a THAT vs WHICH sentence correction question. So we already know what the GMAT guys are testing us on this type of a question.
Knowing what they are testing you on is half the battle. From there, it's about avoiding the booby traps that you know are out there to get you. And then navigating over to the answer choice that you need to pick in as little time as possible.
source: GMAT Pill*
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