posted by Marjorie .
Each of the following sentences has an agreement error in it i.e. Verb tense agreement error, Subject/verb agreement error. Pronoun agreement error, Modifier placement error, Parallel structure error. Match the correct type of agreement error to the sentence:
1.The patient was placed in the wheelchair with the fractured tibia.
2.Although they seemed inflamed, the site of the previous craniectomy seemed free of defect.
3.Patient was brought to the operating room, induced in general endotracheal anesthesia, and we then placed him in the supine position on the operating room table.
4.One of the options concerning his future surgeries were discussed with him.
5.The restoration appear to be excellent, as do the position of the hooks.
6.A dressing of Benzoin, Xeroform, dressing sponges, foam tape with Reston foam, and Steri-Strips were applied.
Hi my name is Leslie - are you taking Medical Transcription
I am taking MT and these grammar questions look familiar - where are you in the course - (because grammar comes up in several modules)
This is the same thing over again, different numbers. I read the first one.
Here's a perfect example of a misplaced modifier -- in today's New York Times!!
"Derek Jeter became the 28th player in baseball history to reach 3,000 hits on Saturday ... "
Really? He was the 28th player to do this on Saturday?? Wow, how come the other 27 didn't make the news??!!!