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August 28, 2014

Homework Help: ENGLISH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by ARC on Tuesday, August 3, 2010 at 8:06am.

Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
Christina and Christopher worked together and completed a project about astronomy.

Sentence structure is correct.
Sentence contains a simple subject and a compound predicate.
Sentence contains a compound subject and a simple predicate.
Sentence contains a compound subject and a compound predicate.
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Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
Jennifer and her brother were not allowed to go to Great Adventure with the Jones family.

Sentence structure is correct.
Sentence contains a simple subject and a compound predicate.
Sentence contains a compound subject and a simple predicate.
Sentence contains a compound subject and a compound predicate.
Question 23 1 points Save
Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
The showy girls in the red sports car were stopped by a police officer when they ran the red light.

'The showy girls' is the complete subject.
'The showy girls in the red sports car' is the complete subject.
'When they ran the red light' is the complete subject.
'Were stopped by a police officer' is the complete subject.
Question 24 1 points Save
Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
Take this to Grandmother's house.

Sentence structure is incorrect.
Sentence is an interrogative sentence.
Sentence is an imperative sentence, and the subject is 'you understood.'
Sentence contains no subject.
Question 25 1 points Save
Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
When are you having Jamie's surprise party?

'When are you' is the complete subject.
'You having Jamie's surprise party' is the complete subject.
'Jamie's surprise party' is the complete subject.
'You' is the complete subject.
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Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
John and Nicole washes the dishes.

Sentence structure is correct.
'Washes' should be changed to 'wash' in order to make the subject and verb agree.
A verb usually agrees with its subject in number.
Sentence needs a helping verb.
Question 27 1 points Save
Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
A kitten or a puppy make a good pet for children.

Sentence structure is correct.
Singular subjects joined by "or" or "nor" take a singular verb ("make" should be changed to "makes").
Compound subjects joined by "and" usually require a plural verb ("make" should be changed to "makes").
None of the above apply.
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Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
Collective nouns can be either singular or plural.

If they refer to a group as a unit, they are singular.
If they refer to the individuals within the groups, they are plural.
Both A and B are correct.
None of the above apply.
Question 29 1 points Save
Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
Some indefinite pronouns are always plural and require plural verbs. Select these pronouns.

both, many, several
everyone, everybody, any, several
somebody, someone, both, most
anybody, nobody, many, most
Question 30 1 points Save
Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
Our vacation to Niagara Falls was awesome.

This is a declarative sentence.
This is an imperative sentence.
This is an interrogative sentence.
This is an exclamatory sentence.
Question 31 1 points Save
Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
Where did you go on vacation?

This is a declarative sentence.
This is an imperative sentence.
This is an interrogative sentence.
This is an exclamatory sentence.
Question 32 1 points Save
Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
Tell me about your vacation.

This is a declarative sentence.
This is an imperative sentence.
This is an interrogative sentence.
This is an exclamatory sentence.
Question 33 1 points Save
Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
The rain poured into the river and flooded the nearby community.

This is a simple sentence.
This is a compound sentence.
This is a complex sentence.
This is a compound-complex sentence.
Question 34 1 points Save
Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
The rain fell, and the river flooded.

This is a simple sentence.
This is a compound sentence.
This is a complex sentence.
This is a compound-complex sentence.
Question 35 1 points Save
Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
After the rain fell, the river flooded the community.

This is a simple sentence.
This is a compound sentence.
This is a complex sentence.
This is a compound-complex sentence.
Question 36 1 points Save
Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
After the rain fell, the river flooded the community, and many residents had to move to higher ground.

This is a simple sentence.
This is a compound sentence.
This is a complex sentence.
This is a compound-complex sentence.
Question 37 1 points Save
Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
After the blizzard subsided.

Sentence structure is correct.
Fragment - Put a comma after "subsided" and finish the sentence.
Fragment - Eliminate the word "after," and you have a complete sentence.
Both B and C are correct.
Question 38 1 points Save
Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
This English project requires several hours of work everyday, my English skills are improving.

Run-on - Replace the comma with a semicolon to make a complete sentence.
Run-on - Add the word "and" after the comma to make a complete sentence.
Run-on - Replace the comma with a period and capitalize the "M" in "my" to make a complete sentence.
All of the above are suggestions to fix the run-on.
Question 39 1 points Save
Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
Marcus O'Neil really wants a job at Ohio State, he is very excited about returning to the college where he graduated.

Sentence structure is correct.
Run-on - Change the comma to a period and start a new sentence.
Run-on - Eliminate the comma.
Both B and C are correct.
Question 40 1 points Save
Read each sentence. Select the BEST option that describes the sentence. Some options will define a structural flaw and may or may not suggest a way of fixing the problem. Some sentences have correct structure, and you may find that is the best option.
After the Christmas holiday and during the first few weeks of January.

Sentence structure is correct.
Fragment - Put a comma after "January" and finish the sentence.
Run-on - Put a comma after "holiday."
None of the above apply.

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