Test: GMAT Verbal

Shopping in person is an activity that many people loathe. This accounts for the popularity of online shopping, which has few of the hassles of in-person shopping. Online shoppers are able to avoid lines, traffic, and having to hunt around the store for the items they need. With a few keystrokes and a credit card, they can accomplish a task in a few minutes that might have taken hours in "real life."

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The claim that shopping in person is an activity that many people loathe plays which of the following roles in the argument?

It is a generalization which is based on the premise that in-person shopping takes considerably more time to accomplish than online shopping.

It is a premise given as a reason for the conclusion that online shopping is popular.

It is a conclusion supported by evidence of the hassles of in-person shopping in comparison to online shopping.

It is a conclusion supported by the premise that online shopping is becoming increasingly popular.

It is a premise supported by the claim that online shoppers can accomplish their task quickly with a few keystrokes and a credit card.

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