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english II
MECHANICS (errors in the use of italics) A.Some etymologists claim that corduroy, the word with which we describe an humble textile, comes from the French corde du roi; or "cord of the king." B.The term extensor refers to a muscle that serves to straighten a limb or ...
November 24, 2009

english II
its a
November 24, 2009

english II
Sentence Consistency and Parallelism (errors in consistency, such as shifts in verb tense or a lack of parallel structure in equivalent sentence parts. A.The hapless duck fell from the sky with a loud thud and quacking as it descended. b.Abraham Lincoln was endowed with a ...
November 24, 2009

english II
its b.
November 24, 2009

english II
Sentence Consistency and Parallelism (errors in consistency, such as shifts in verb tense or a lack of parallel structure in equivalent sentence parts. They had spent the last two weeks playing phone tag, leaving short bursts of clever repartee on each other's answering ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Semicolons and Colons the answer is c. A.Daniel Boone was born in Pennsylvania; his parents were English Quakers. B.Leftover turkey can be used in turkey tetrazzini, turkey burgers, and turkey chowder. C.In 1819, the Baptists founded ...
November 24, 2009

english II
its b
November 24, 2009

english II
Word Choice and the Use of Idioms (errors in the choice of words and in the use of idiomatic expressions) the answer of c. A.With all of his acne pits, in the dark his face resembled a cratered moon on a cloudy night. B.It was a strenuous tennis match, but after a hot shower ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Word Choice and the Use of Idioms (errors in the choice of words and in the use of idiomatic expressions) the answer is d A.The plural form of criterion is criteria. B.Not all employers who believe in the principle of equal employment are in favor of affirmative action ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Word Choice and the Use of Idioms (errors in the choice of words and in the use of idiomatic expressions) the answer is d. A.And so, we on this special projects team have an important mission spread before us-one that will affect every man and woman in this corporation and get...
November 24, 2009

english II
MECHANICS (errors in the use of apostrophes) the answer is a. A.Burt and Loni's breakup made front-page news in the tabloids for weeks. B.Eileen Farrell's foray into the blues was successful, but the singer's commitment to opera reigned supreme. C.The giraffe ...
November 24, 2009

english II
MECHANICS (errors in the use of apostrophes) the answer is b. A.At one time, "yes, ma'am" and "no, sir" were some boys' and girls' respectful responses to adults' questions. B.Safeguarding the environment is not somebody elses responsibility...
November 24, 2009

english II
Capitalization the answer is a. A.My brother Frank was named after our Father; I am named after Uncle Victor. B.Throughout the '80s, the presidency of the United States was held by a member of the Republican Party. C.After the Civil War, Northerners known as carpetbaggers ...
November 24, 2009

english II
o, its a.
November 24, 2009

english II
Error in Capitalization the answer is d. A.His mother hoped he would apply to medical school, but his dream was to become the Manager of fast-food franchise operation. B.The Committee on Social Reform included Professor Washington and a number of other professors in the ...
November 24, 2009

english II
its b.
November 24, 2009

english II
MECHANICS (errors in the use of apostrophes) the answer is a. A.At one time, "yes, ma'am" and "no, sir" were some boys' and girls' respectful responses to adults' questions. B.Safeguarding the environment is not somebody elses responsibility...
November 24, 2009

english II
MECHANICS (errors in the use of apostrophes) the answer is b. A.Burt and Loni's breakup made front-page news in the tabloids for weeks. B.Eileen Farrell's foray into the blues was successful, but the singer's commitment to opera reigned supreme. C.The giraffe ...
November 24, 2009

english II
MECHANICS (errors in the use of hyphens) answer is a. A.In a leap year, the last day of February is the twenty ninth. B.Television viewers hope to see nearly perfect performances in international competition. C.Meryl Streep's motion pictures are generally well received by ...
November 24, 2009

english II
its d.
November 24, 2009

english II
Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Use of Quotation Marks and Terminal Punctuation the answer is b. A."What is my name?" Rumpelstiltskin asked the miller's daughter. B.Next week the class is going to study folk songs and spirituals that we learned as ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Semicolons and Colons the answer is c. A.Daniel Boone was born in Pennsylvania; his parents were English Quakers. B.Leftover turkey can be used in turkey tetrazzini, turkey burgers, and turkey chowder. C.In 1819, the Baptists founded ...
November 24, 2009

english II
O, i get it now!!
November 24, 2009

english II
So it B.
November 24, 2009

english II
Its C.
November 24, 2009

english II
Position of Modifiers (errors in the placement of a modifier in a sentence) answer is A. A.Seeking food in the rain-forest canopy, common marmosets often live in close proximity to spider monkeys, which are ground dwellers. B.A consummate craftsperson, her lace dollies are ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Semicolons and Colons A.Many of the "lite" products on the market bear little resemblance to their progenitors; non-fat cream cheese, for example, tastes completely different from the real thing. B.Registered mail is one of ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Comma the answer is d. A.What will you be when you grow up-an artist or a mathematician? B.To make a delicious hot chocolate drink, melt a square of unsweetened chocolate, stir in some sugar and milk, add a dollop of butter, pour the ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Use of Quotation Marks and Terminal Punctuation the answer is d. A.Several universities in the city offer the following degrees: B.A., M.A., Ph.D. B.Must students write a research paper and pass a written examination in order to receive...
November 24, 2009

english II
B. nothing in italics C. "The Age of Innocence" "Ethan Frome" D. An American in Paris (italics)
November 24, 2009

english II
MECHANICS (errors in the use of italics) answers is d. A.The publishers of Rolling Stone have begun a new magazine called Family Life. B.If you like zest in your food, add just a soupcon of crushed red pepper to your white clam sauce. C.The screen adaption of Edith Wharton'...
November 24, 2009

english II
MECHANICS (errors in the use of italics) answers is A.The publishers of Rolling Stone have begun a new magazine called Family Life. B.If you like zest in your food, add just a soupcon of crushed red pepper to your white clam sauce. C.The screen adaption of Edith Wharton's ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Use of Quotation Marks and Terminal Punctuation tha answer is b. A."What do you suppose Kennedy meant," asked Professor Foster, "when he said 'Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Its B?
November 24, 2009

english II
Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Use of Quotation Marks and Terminal Punctuation the answer is a. A."What is my name?" Rumpelstiltskin asked the miller's daughter. B.Next week the class is going to study folk songs and spirituals that we learned as ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Use of Quotation Marks and Terminal Punctuation the answer is d. A.In "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock," T.S. Eliot laments the absence of passion in modern life. B."As long as you are living under my roof," said...
November 24, 2009

english II
its C.
November 24, 2009

english II
Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Semicolons and Colons the answer is b. A.Daniel Boone was born in Pennsylvania; his parents were English Quakers. B.Leftover turkey can be used in turkey tetrazzini, turkey burgers, and turkey chowder. C.In 1819, the Baptists founded ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Comma A.Birds such as eagles, hawks, and falcons are known as raptors. B.Money raised by the sale of UNICEF greeting cards goes toward famine relief, health care, and education. C.The Dead Sea Scrolls shed new light on the Old Testament...
November 24, 2009

english II
Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Semicolons and Colons A.Three states have counties named Fairfield: Connecticut, Ohio, and South Carolina. B.Sound may be used to link two scenes: wake-up music from a clock radio at the end of one scene becomes a song sung onstage at ...
November 24, 2009

english II
b?
November 24, 2009

english II
Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Semicolons and Colons A.Many of the "lite" products on the market bear little resemblance to their progenitors; non-fat cream cheese, for example, tastes completely different from the real thing. B.Registered mail is one of ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Comma the answer is a. A.What will you be when you grow up-an artist or a mathematician? B.To make a delicious hot chocolate drink, melt a square of unsweetened chocolate, stir in some sugar and milk, add a dollop of butter, pour the ...
November 24, 2009

english II
error in separation of sentence parts. tha answer is b. A.Dungaree, an Indian word that is rarely used these days, refers to a type of cloth rather than to a specific article of clothing. B.Her voice was, as even her harshest critics were forced to concede, as smooth as liquid...
November 24, 2009

english II
error in position of modifiers. answer is c. A.Thor, the Norse god of thunder, was a fearless warrior and the adversary of giants. B. Although Henry James settled permanently in England, he examined the impact of European civilization on American life. C.The Misfits, the ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Error in position of modifiers. the answer is c. A.Actually, the pineapple was a symbol of hospitality. B.Everything that King Midas touched turned to gold, including his food and water. C.The farmer butchered the pig he had raised on a table behind the barn. D.Now remembered ...
November 24, 2009

english II
its b?
November 24, 2009

english II
Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Comma The answer is d. A.Birds such as eagles, hawks, and falcons are known as raptors. B.Money raised by the sale of UNICEF greeting cards goes toward famine relief, health care, and education. C.The Dead Sea Scrolls shed new light on ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Comma I think the answer is D. A.In his autobiography, Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., who in 1970 retired from the Air Force as a three-star general, describes his efforts to gain professional recognition for himself and for other black ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Error in consistency and parallelism. the answer is c. A.Actually, the pineapple was a symbol of hospitality. B.Everything that King Midas touched turned to gold, including his food and water. C.The farmer butchered the pig he had raised on a table behind the barn. D.Now ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Error in consistency and parallelism. the answer is a. A.Clipper ships designed primarily for speed and that had a limited amount of cargo space easily outpaced the first plodding steamships. B.The room was sparsely furnished and dimly lit. C.Radio Marti, a U.S. government ...
November 24, 2009

english II
error in sentence consistency and parallelism. the answer is b. A.Jean Arp, among others, was at the forefront of the Surrealist movement in visual art; Andre' Breton was a pioneer of Surrealist literature. B.The spongy, tasteless, circular roll was such a poor excuse for ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Its D.
November 24, 2009

english II
Error in Sentence Consistency and Parallelism. the answer is b. A.If the rain would stop, then the grounds crew would uncover the infield and the game could resume. B.Cyclists and joggers are everywhere-on country roads, in city streets, on the boardwalk, and in the park. C.A ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Error in Sentence Consistency and Parallelism. the answer is d. A.First prepare a résumé; then write your cover letter. B.An autocratic leader makes all decisions and then tells subordinates what to do and how to do it. C.If you have an eye for detail and an ear ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Error in Sentence Completeness. the answer is b. A.Metal is a better conductor of electricity than glass. B.The heat this summer is much less oppressive than it was last year. C.Water shortages occur much more frequently in California than they do in Indiana. D.This lemonade ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Error in Sentence Completeness. the answer is b. A.In spring, the garden blazed with pastel azaleas, dogwood, and cherry blossoms; in autumn, chrysanthemums changed the palette to burnished russets, golds, and yellows. B.The beans are ripe on the bush and the corn ready for ...
November 24, 2009

english II
sentence contain and error in adjectives and adverbs. The answer is a. A.Jupiter is more far away from the sun than is Earth. B.Today slim women are considered beautiful, but in the age of Rubens, pleasingly plump females were in fashion. C.An ace in the outfield, she caught ...
November 24, 2009

english II
sentence contain and error in Pronouns. The answer is d. A. The invitations for the tomato festival requested that all attendees wear their red shirts. B. Neither of us could lift the ball, which weighed more than eighty pounds. C. Almost every medieval Italian painting in the...
November 24, 2009

english II
sentence contain and error in Pronouns. the answer is a. A.Several of we orchestra members also play in the marching band. B.Membership in the club is open to whoever wants to join. C.Who did you say was playing the leading role? D.The bat that had been living in the attic ...
November 24, 2009

english II
sentence contain and error in Pronouns. A.To characterize a soldier's dedication and loyalty, they used to say that he died with his boots on. B.As the plane was boarding, the flight attendants asked whether anyone would be willing to trade their ticket for a flight coupon...
November 24, 2009

english II
is it b (glamorized)
November 24, 2009

english II
sentence contain and error in Subject-Verb Agreement. A.Nine innings are the usual length of a baseball game. B. Benefits are vacation, sick leave, and other nonwage forms of compensation. C.Bonnie and Clyde glamorizes the images of bank robbers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow...
November 24, 2009

english II
Sentence contains an error in Pronouns. I think B is wrong. A.Will everyone who is an uncle please raise his hand? B.The president and the general addressed the troops before it sat down to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner. C.At a golden wedding anniversary, a family is likely to ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Is it B. who is suppose to be whom
November 24, 2009

english II
Sentence contains an error in Pronouns. I think D is correct. A.Picture framing is not the simple craft it may seem at first glance, and most who try it without instruction do not succeed. B.Insects play an essential role in the survival of higher-order animals, many of who ...
November 24, 2009

english II
One of these sents. contains an error in the use of punctuation marks. (Comma) Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Comma A.She had a bountiful assortment of hair ornaments in her top drawer: ribbons, bows, barrettes, and headbands. B.Fluffy a dog that she had found ...
November 24, 2009

english II
Which sentence contains an error in Pronouns. Is it B. A.Neither Jane Austen nor Mary Shelley is known for their poetry. B.As the curtain rises, everyone in the audience settles into his or her seat and waits for the play to begin. C.The book sale that is held in the spring is...
November 24, 2009

english II
im thinking this one is D
November 24, 2009

english II
Sentence contain an error in Adjectives and Adverbs. A.Asparagus tastes good when it is accompanied by a hollandaise sauce. B.Sometimes the camera must be held vertically in order to frame the whole scene. C.Cross-country skiing is an effective and efficient type of aerobic ...
November 24, 2009

English II
its D.
November 24, 2009

English II
Is it B.
November 24, 2009

English II
sentence contain and error in Subject-Verb Agreement. A.Nine innings are the usual length of a baseball game. B. Benefits are vacation, sick leave, and other nonwage forms of compensation. C.Bonnie and Clyde glamorizes the images of bank robbers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow...
November 24, 2009

English
One of these sentences contains an error in Verb Forms. A.Historians speculate about what might have happened when the Conquistadors arrived if the Mayans had invented the wheel. B.In the early part of the century, electric lights were an extravagance in which only the ...
November 24, 2009

English
One of these sentences contains an error in Adjectives and Adverbs. A.The dress rehearsal went badly, but the director remained calm. B.The doctor felt carefully along the spine of the victim, who lay quietly on the ground. C.For several hours after the polls closed, the ...
November 24, 2009

English II
Thanks, i think i'm getting a hang on it.
November 24, 2009

English II
One of these sentences contains and error in Verb Forms. A.The oldest humanlike fossils have been found in Africa. B. Within the Great Mosque in Mecca is the sacred Black Stone, which Moslems believe came from heaven. C. Archaeological remains indicate that people were living ...
November 24, 2009

english
Thank you both so much!!
November 24, 2009

english
I think the answer is A, just add but b/w threat and Communism.
November 24, 2009

english
"One of these sentences contains error in Fragments, Comma Faults, Fused Sentences (errors that result when part of a sentence is punctuated as a complete sentence or two complete sentences are incorrectly joined) A. After World War II, Nazism was no longer a threat, then...
November 24, 2009

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