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5. The Statue of Liberty has stood FOR MORE THAN 100 YEARS in New York Harbor. adverb phrase**
adjective
appositive phrase
adverb

6. Frédéric Bartholdi, THE SCULPOTOR, came up with the concept of a “mighty woman with a torch” as he sailed into the harbor.
infinitive
appositive phrase
adverb phrase
adjective phrase**

7. The huge statue was shipped IN 214 SEPARATE CASES , then assembled in New York. adverb phrase**
adjective
adjective phrase
appositive phrase

Identify the choice that best describes the underlined verb or verbal phrase for questions 8–10.
8. BOWLING is the top participation sport in the U.S. today, with 53 million players. gerund
present participle
participial phrase**
infinitive

9. One form of bowling, FOUND IN SCOTLAND, involves heaving a ball at the pins and flopping down faceforward.
gerund phrase
participial phrase**
adverb phrase
none of the above

Identify the choice that best describes the underlined verbal phrase
10. TO SCORE ACCUARATELY, bowlers must learn what the terms spare, strike, and split mean.
infinitive phrase
gerund phrase
adverb phrase
none of the above

Identify the grammar problem in question 11.
11. A cool, pine-scented breeze. misplaced modifier
dangling modifier
phrase fragment**
none of the above

Identify the choice that best describes the underlined clause for questions 12–15.
12. Throughout history, BIRDS HAVE BEEN CONSIDERED IMPORANT SYMBOLS AND OMENS.
independent clause
adjective clause
adverb clause**
noun clause

13. In Europe, WHERE WINTERS ARE LONG AND HARD, cuckoos are considered a sign of spring.
independent clause**
adjective clause
adverb clause
noun clause

14. Many people believe THAT STORKS SYMBOLIZE GOOD LUCK and welcome stork nests on their chimneys.
independent clause
adjective clause**
adverb clause
noun clause

15. Doves, WHICH ARE CONSIDERED SYMBOLS OF PEACE AND BEAUTY, are related to plain old pigeons.
independent clause
adjective clause
adverb clause**
noun clause

16. Which of the following sentences is punctuated CORRECTLY?
Were you aware, that Daylight Savings Time begins tomorrow?**
What most people do, is change their clocks in the morning, not the night before.
How you choose to wake up tomorrow, is up to you.
I hope that you do not oversleep, or we will be late for school.

Identify the choice that best describes the sentences for questions 17–18.
17. Even before telescopes were invented, humans were interested in astronomy. simple**
compound
complex
compound-complex


18. Halley’s comet should return in the year 2061.
simple**
compound
complex
compound-complex

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  1. 10 = ??

    Incorrect: 6, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17

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  3. 1. He had left school in junior high, {ostensibly} because his mother was ill. (“Delfino II: Diez in the Desert") (1 point)

    oddly
    surely
    fortunately
    supposedly ***

    2. And I throbbed with a burning desire / To travel this {immensity}. (“Your World") (1 point)

    monstrosity
    vastness ***
    world
    infinity

    3. [T]he Last Poets {embodied} black power. (“Hip-Hop Planet") (1 point)

    enabled
    exploded
    weakened
    personified ***

    4. What happens to a dream {deferred}? (“Harlem II") (1 point)

    postponed ***
    hidden
    moved
    forgotten

    5. The Statue of Liberty has stood {for more than 100 years} in New York Harbor. (1 point)

    adverb phrase ***
    adjective
    appositive phrase
    adverb

    6. Frédéric Bartholdi, {the sculptor}, came up with the concept of a “mighty woman with a torch” as he sailed into the harbor. (1 point)

    infinitive
    appositive phrase ***
    adverb phrase
    adjective phrase

    7. The huge statue was shipped {in 214 separate cases}, then assembled in New York. (1 point)

    adverb phrase ***
    adjective
    adjective phrase
    appositive phrase

    8. Bowling is the top participation sport in the U.S. today, with 53 million players. (1 point)

    gerund ***
    present participle
    participial phrase
    infinitive

    9. One form of bowling, found in Scotland, involves heaving a ball at the pins and flopping down faceforward. (1 point)

    gerund phrase
    participial phrase ***
    adverb phrase
    none of the above

    10. To score accurately, bowlers must learn what the terms spare, strike, and split mean. (1 point)

    infinitive phrase ***
    gerund phrase
    adverb phrase
    none of the above

    11. A cool, pine-scented breeze. (1 point)

    misplaced modifier
    dangling modifier
    phrase fragment ***
    none of the above

    12. Throughout history, birds have been considered important symbols and omens. (1 point)

    independent clause ***
    adjective clause
    adverb clause
    noun clause

    13. In Europe, where winters are long and hard, cuckoos are considered a sign of spring. (1 point)

    independent clause
    adjective clause ***
    adverb clause
    noun clause

    14. Many people believe that storks symbolize good luck and welcome stork nests on their chimneys. (1 point)

    independent clause
    adjective clause
    adverb clause
    noun clause ***

    15. Doves, which are considered symbols of peace and beauty, are related to plain old pigeons. (1 point)

    independent clause
    adjective clause ***
    adverb clause
    noun clause

    16. Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? (1 point)

    A. Were you aware, that Daylight Savings Time begins tomorrow?
    B. What most people do, is change their clocks in the morning, not the night before.
    C. How you choose to wake up tomorrow, is up to you.
    D. I hope that you do not oversleep, or we will be late for school. ***

    17. Even before telescopes were invented, humans were interested in astronomy. (1 point)

    simple
    compound
    complex ***
    compound-complex

    18. Halley’s comet should return in the year 2061. (1 point)

    simple ***
    compound
    complex
    compound-complex

    The answers with the *** are the correct answers.

    1.)D.
    2.)B.
    3.)D.
    4.)A.
    5.)A.
    6.)B.
    7.)A.
    8.)A.
    9.)B.
    10.)A.
    11.)C.
    12.)A.
    13.)B.
    14.)D.
    15.)B.
    16.)D.
    17.)C.
    18.)A.
    100/100 (100%) Your Welcome :)

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  4. all correct thank you so much^^^^

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  5. 2 is D

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  6. No it isnt @Cant Say

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  7. and thank you @Lus

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  8. Hello anyone that reads this number 18 is wrong it should be Complex/C and 19 that he did not include is A/Simple
    18/C
    19/A

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  9. Thx 4 the help

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  10. 18 is A/simple. not C. I made a 94 bc of "Thx 100%"

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  11. 19/D

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  12. 19 is A I made an 84% because of "j"

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  13. Lus is correct on all of the questions.

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  14. 'Lus' is all correct for "Language Focus: Transitions and Organization" Quiz, Thank you so much !! xoxo

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  15. 1.)D. Supposedly
    2.)B. Vastness
    3.)D. Personified
    4.)A. Postponed
    5.)A. Adverb phrase
    6.)B. Appositive phrase
    7.)A. Adverb Phrase
    8.)A. Gerund
    9.)B. Participial Phrase
    10.)A. Infinitive phrase
    11.)C. Phrase fragment
    12.)A. Independent clause
    13.)B. Adjective clause
    14.)D. Noun clause
    15.)B. Adjective clause
    16.)D. "I hope that you do not oversleep, or we will be late for school"
    17.)C. Complex
    18.)A. Simple
    19.)D. Compound-complex

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  16. Thank you BROZ U ARE CLUCTH ADD MY INSTAGRAM @IHOOP20K

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  17. Lus is 100% correct thank you so much Lus ☺

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  18. FOR HONOR STUDENTS
    19. When i arrived at the office, i found that the principal was out; apparently, he had contracted the same sickness as half of the school.
    D - Compound-Complex

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  19. @I am right is correct!

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  20. actually 18 is complex and 19 is compound-complex

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  21. 18. C. 19. A

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  22. I am right has the others right

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  23. @I AM RIGHT.. is 100% right thanks

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  24. 1. D
    2. B
    3. D
    4. A
    5. A
    6. B
    7. A
    8. A
    9. B
    10. A
    11. C
    12. A
    13. B
    14. D
    15. B
    16. D
    17. C
    18. A

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  25. Lus is still correct in 2019

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  26. It is now 2020 and Lus is still correct

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  27. woohoo lus thx dood 18/18 100% for other dont get mad im not in honers i dont have the extra 19.

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  28. yes

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