Writing Skills

1. What do we call an idea that will make the reader take notice and want to read on?
A. Card
B. Summary
C. Hook
D. Point of view
Student Answer: B
Answer: Incorrect
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3. The most important difference between an outline and finished writing is the
A. details.
B. grammatical structure.
C. source of ideas.
D. order of events.
Student Answer: B
Answer: Incorrect
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5. You've settled on an idea for an essay to write. What should you do next?
A. Conduct interviews, do some research, ask questions, and make a plan.
B. Look up your topic in the Readers' Guide and use an article you find as a basis for your plan and outline.
C. Ask the reference librarian to help you make a plan and prepare your outline.
D. Plunge right in and start writing. Then create your outline from what you've written.
Student Answer: B
Answer: Incorrect
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6. Once you acquire these two basic skills, you'll be able to transform a vague idea in your mind into a coherent piece of writing.
A. Doing research and organizing your ideas
B. Using the Internet and the on-line catalog
C. Doing interviews and browsing through books
D. Describing people and writing conversation
Student Answer: D
Answer: Incorrect
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10. The World Almanac is a book of
A. facts and statistics.
B. living notable Americans.
C. synonyms.
D. articles published in magazines.
Student Answer: C
Answer: Incorrect
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12. Where would you look to find an article on recent fashion trends?
A. Card catalog
B. Readers' Guide
C. Encyclopedia
D. Who's Who
Student Answer: D
Answer: Incorrect
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15. When assembling a writing plan for an essay, which of the following should come first?
A. The first section of the body of your essay.
B. Material that catches the reader's interest
C. A brief summary of your conclusion
D. The general idea of your essay
Student Answer: C
Answer: Incorrect
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19. The best way to ensure parallel construction in your essay is to use similar
A. sentence structure throughout.
B. details in each paragraph.
C. topic headings in your outline.
D. paragraph lengths.
Student Answer: B
Answer: Incorrect
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  2. 1.C
    3.A
    5.C
    6.A
    10.D
    12.B
    15.D
    19.C

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  4. 1.C - Yes
    3.A - Yes
    5.C - No
    6.A - Yes
    10.D - No
    12.B - Yes
    15.D - Yes
    19.C - No

  5. 5.A
    10.A
    19.A

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  6. Now they are all correct.

  7. thank you so much I appreciate it

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  9. 19 is wrong

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