Test: LSAT Logical Reasoning

Learning a sport is much like getting to know a new friend. In the beginning, it can feel uncomfortable when getting to know a new friend, but comfort and affinity tend to increase as familiarity develops. Similarly, as a person practices playing a new sport, he or she will tend to _______.


Which one of the following most logically completes the argument?

feel more at ease with the sport and gain more joy than discomfort from it as time goes on. 

ignore the uncomfortable aspects of taking on a new sport and hope that the future holds more optimistic possibilities. 

improve his or her skills with the sport and level of athleticism.

meet new people, and feel more comfortable making new friends.

focus on improving in that sport, while diverting attention away from other activities.

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