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When reading a passage on a reading test, why should you circle switchback words? They can change the meaning of the entire sentence, and you need to pay attention to this so you are not tricked by the questions. You can look up words that are unfamiliar to you and try to figure them out using context clues. They will contain important information regarding the main ideas presented in the passage.

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