21 – a. This is the main idea of the passage because all the sentences relate to it. The other choices may be true but are not reflected in the passage.
22 – c. This idea is expressed in the final sentence and wraps up the passage, speaking of the importance of creating a balance. The other choices are not in the passage.
23 – c. The support for choice c is given in the second sentence. No support is given for choices a and d. Choice b is incorrect because the paragraph states that women business owners face unique obstacles, but it does not say that they absolutely require outside help to succeed, just that it is available.
24 I – d. This choice encompasses the main information in the passage. Choices a, b, and c are not mentioned.
24 II. a. The title should express the main idea of the passage. The passage, as a whole, focuses on appropriate and inappropriate uses of e-mail. The other choices address more specific ideas expressed in the passage but are not its main idea.
25. c. The first and second sentences reflect this idea. The passage does not say that Native American art is dreamlike (choice a). Choices b and d are too limited to be main ideas.
26 I – a. This idea is expressed in two of the three sentences in the passage and sums up the overall meaning of the passage.
26 II – d. This is stated in the final paragraph. The other choices are not reflected in the passage.