Although some think the terms "bug" and "insect" are — , the former term actually refers to — group of insects.
- (A) parallel . . an identical
- (B) precise . . an exact
- (C) interchangeable . . a particular CORRECT ANSWER
- (D) exclusive . . a separate
- (E) useful . . a useless
The word "although" indicates that the two parts of the sentence contrast with each other: although most people think about the terms one way, something else is actually true about the terms. Choice C is correct because it presents a situation where most people think of the two terms as interchangeable, but the first of the two terms, bugs, actually refers to particular group of insects.