In questions below, choose the option nearest in meaning to the word(s) or phras...
QuestionIn questions below, choose the option nearest in meaning to the word(s) or phrase underlined:
The speaker took his audience down memory lane before he went to the topic of his lecture.
The correct answer is B.
This question is asking you to choose the option that means the same as the underlined phrase "down memory lane" in the sentence "The speaker took his audience down memory lane before he went to the topic of his lecture."
Option A says "took his audience on a journey through a street called Memory Lane." This option is not correct because "Memory Lane" is not a real street.
Option B says "recalled events from the past." This option is correct because "down memory lane" means to revisit or remember past events.
Option C says "told a tale about a place called Memory Lane." This option is not correct because "Memory Lane" is not a real place.
Option D says "gave an outline of his lecture." This option is not correct because it does not have the same meaning as "down memory lane."
So, the correct answer is option B, which means that the speaker recalled events from the past to his audience before talking about the topic of his lecture.
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