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This, it, any, my, those, my This, those, these, those This, my, I, those This, those, these, are, my This, with, any, I, my Question #3Matching Score: Match the term to its description. 1. participle joins two equal elements, such as two independent clauses or two verbs 2. verbal group of related words without a subject and verb 3. participial phrase verbal phrase that acts as an adjective 4. compound sentence used to make possessives 5. nonrestrictive clause verbal form used as an adjective 6. comma contains two or more independent clauses and one or more subordinate clauses 7. compound-complex sentence verb forms that function as nouns or modifiers, although the retain the characteristics of verbs 8. phrase contains at least two independent thoughts; could be divided into two or more sentences 9. apostrophe sets off appositives 10. coordinating conjunction unnecessary to the meaning of the words modified Question #4TextMultipleChoice Score: Silas Marner is a historicaldynamicstatic character. Question #5MultipleChoice Score: Based on your knowledge of affixes, what does hematologist mean? the science of bone marrowsomeone who studies blooda blood disordera medical book about bloodnone of these Question #6MultipleChoice Score: Your teacher asked you to attend a lecture at a local college. The professor's lecture focused on words, mostly on how words have been borrowed from other languages. The professor talked specifically about how words can be changed to fit a new language. What is the professor lecturing about? archaic wordsconnotationsetymologyloan words Question #7MultipleChoice Score: Identify the complete adjective clause in the following sentence. The cabin where we went on vacation last year was perfect because it had enough bedrooms and even cable TV! The cabinThe cabin where we wentwhere we wentwhere we went on vacation last yearwas perfectbecause it had enough bedroomsit had enough bedroomsit had enough bedrooms and even cable TV Question #8Paragraph Score: Write a paragraph providing a speaker, a context, and an explanation for the following quotation from Pygmalion. You see, really and truly, apart from the things anyone can pick up (the dressing and the proper way of speaking, and so on), the difference between a lady and a flower girl is not how she behaves, but how she's treated. Rich Text EditorEditor toolbars Press ALT 0 for help Upload Answer File Max File Size : 10MB Accepted File Type : csv,doc,pdf,xls,xlsx,docx,jpeg,jpg,ppt,pptx,txt,rtf,mdb,accdb,pub,odf,odt,ods,odp File Actions No File UploadDelete Uploaded files will not be scored by WRITER. Question #9MultipleChoice Score: Who is the protagonist in "The Lady or the Tiger?" the ladythe tigerthe princessthe king Question #10TextMultipleChoice Score: Select the type of dialect that would most likely be used in that state. General American dialectNew England dialectSouthern dialect North Dakota New England dialectGeneral American dialectSouthern dialect Maine General American dialectSouthern dialectNew England dialect Oklahoma General American dialectNew England dialectSouthern dialect Virginia Southern dialectNew England dialectGeneral American dialect Montana New England dialectSouthern dialectGeneral American dialect Vermont Question #11MultipleChoice Score: Ali needs to re-create a map of the State of New Jersey. On that map, she needs to label towns, rivers, and other important landmarks. What reference resource should she use? dictionarythesaurusencyclopediacard catalogalmanacatlasperiodicalgazetteerbibliographyindexnewspapertelephone directoryvertical file Question #12MultipleChoice Score: Read the poem by A.E. Housman. Now dreary dawns the eastern light, And fall of eve is drear, And cold the poor man lies at night, And so goes out the year. Little is the luck I've had, And oh, 'tis comfort small To think that many another lad Has had no luck at all. Which of these best explains how Housman uses imagery in this poem? He uses images of winter and the year ending to illustrate his poor luck.He uses images of a poor man to illustrate his lack of comfort.He uses images of dawn to illustrate the ending of the year.He uses images of luck to illustrate the dawn. Question #13TextMultipleChoice Score: Works cited entries use paragraph indentationhanging indentationneither of these when the entry takes more than one line of type. Question #14MultipleSelect Score: Select the incorrect plural forms. Select all that apply. shortsbunnyswisheszooestomatoschieveslarksbrother-in-lawsbarricades Question #15MultipleChoice Score: Determine whether the following situation calls for active or passive listening. A person that you want to date is telling you about his or her family. activepassive Question #16MultipleSelect Score: Select all of the correct analogies. Tornado:Oklahoma::Hurricane:FloridaCardinals:Minnesota::Orioles:AlaskaCorn:Iowa::Oil:AlaskaPacific:Florida::Atlantic:CaliforniaRoundabout:Straightforward::Embellished:Simple Question #17MultipleChoice Score: Identify the two complete adverb clauses in the following sentence. When you have a free minute, please write down what you would like for a birthday present this year because we want to go shopping soon. When you haveandwhat you would likeWhen you have a free minuteandbecause we want to go shopping soonWhen you have a free minuteandwhat you would likeWhen you have a free minuteandto go shopping soonwhat you would likeandbecause we want to go shopping soon Question #18MultipleChoice Score: Which view of literature does this statement represent? The classics must be taught to high school students. TraditionalProgressiveCompromise Question #19MultipleSelect Score: Select all of the sentences that have a gerund, but not a gerund phrase. Mowing is what I like to do on a hot summer day.That telephone is constantly ringing!Frowning, the girl realized she was late.I lost ten pounds by bicycling.The sneezing man was suffering on the hot summer day.Did he get a trophy for bowling a perfect game? Question #20TextMultipleChoice Score: Read the poem by Emily Dickinson and identify the rhyme scheme. SUNSET. Where ships of purple gently toss adbc On seas of daffodil, dbac Fantastic sailors mingle, bdca And then - the wharf is still. dbca Question #21MultipleChoice Score: Read the poem by Emily Dickinson XI. I've got an arrow here; Loving the hand that sent it, I the dart revere. Fell, they will say, in 'skirmish'! Vanquished, my soul will know, By but a simple arrow Sped by an archer's bow. Which of these does the arrow most likely symbolize in this poem? lovedeathlifehate Question #22Matching Score: Match the word with the definition. 1. etymology a regional or social variety of language 2. social dialect study of development of words 3. infer occurs in a geographically isolated region 4. arbitrary based on individual preference 5. idiosyncrasies a summary of academic and professional accomplishments 6. affix to strengthen 7. skill set occurs within a certain ethnic, age, socioeconomic, or social group 8. bolster the knowledge, experience, and abilities brought to a job 9. curriculum vitae to surmise 10. dialect can only occur attached to a base, stem, or root 11. regional dialect a characteristic peculiar to an individual 12. connotation set of associations implied by a word Question #23MultipleChoice Score: The slimy ice cream topping is the kind that I like the best! positivenegative Question #24MultipleSelect Score: Listen to the Tiny Tutor and answer the question. Which are supporting ideas? Select all that apply. The novel carries on the epic's tradition.Both center around key events and characters.Novels are generally longer than epics.Homer's Iliad is a novel.Novels are more reduced in scope. Question #25MultipleChoice Score: Which of these is not true of a literary critique? It should consider the author of the work.It should analyze story elements.It should undergo a thorough revision.It should be completely objective. Question #26TextMultipleChoice Score: The need for consumer and media diversitysponsorshiptechnologyresponsibility is illustrated by the formation of the FCC and The War of the Worlds Panic. Question #27Matching Score: Match the word to the definition. 1. spondee first of three syllables accented 2. pyrrhic last of three syllables accented 3. iambic two accented syllables 4. trochaic one accented syllable followed by an unaccented syllable 5. dactylic two unaccented syllables 6. anapestic one unaccented syllable followed by an accented syllable Question #28MultipleSelect Score: What is/are the difference(s) between the following two sentences? Select all that apply. The congregation lifted its voices up in song. The congregation lifted their voices up in song. Itsin the first sentence shows that you want to refer to the congregation as a unit.Its in the first sentence shows that you want to refer to the separate members of the congregation.Theirin the second sentence shows that you want to refer to the congregation as a unit.Theirin the second sentence shows that you want to refer to the separate members of the congregation. Question #29MultipleChoice Score: In which of these ways is Henry Higgins like Pygmalion from Ovid's myth? He demands perfection.He is a sculptor.He falls in love with his creation.He lives happily ever after. Question #30TrueFalse Score: When analyzing a work, whether it is a song, a movie, or a work of fiction, you should use a variety of criteria before making a judgment. TrueFalse Question #31MultipleChoice Score: How did Guglielmo Marconi advance radio technology? He invented the first machine that could transmit sound through wires.He discovered that messages could be sent without physical travel.He discovered that sound could be transmitted using radio waves instead of electric wires.He created NBC, the first broadcast company. Question #32MultipleSelect Score: What corrections need to be made to the following sentences? Select all that apply. My familys' car was in the shop. Because I needed to get to school the next day, I had to take our town's transportation system: the dreaded city bus. I really wasn't looking forward to taking the bus. Just in the nick of time, I heard that I could take Mrs. Bliss' car instead! familys'needs to becomefamily's.town'sneeds to becometowns'.Mrs. Bliss'needs to becomeMrs. Bliss's.There are no corrections needed. Question #33TrueFalse Score: The following sentence uses a participle, not a participial phrase. Enjoying the sun outside is one of the best things about the relaxing months of summer. TrueFalse Question #34TextMultipleChoice Score: If a media message shows favoritism, it is considered to be objectivebiasedinvalidinevitable . Question #35Paragraph Score: Write a paragraph explaining how the invention of the printing press and the circulation of early media forms shaped public opinion and influenced history. Rich Text EditorEditor toolbars Press ALT 0 for help Upload Answer File Max File Size : 10MB Accepted File Type : csv,doc,pdf,xls,xlsx,docx,jpeg,jpg,ppt,pptx,txt,rtf,mdb,accdb,pub,odf,odt,ods,odp File Actions No File UploadDelete Uploaded files will not be scored by WRITER. Question #36MultipleChoice Score: Read the excerpt from "The Open Window," by Saki. Framton shivered slightly and turned towards the niece with a look intended to convey sympathetic comprehension. The child was staring out through the open window with dazed horror in her eyes. In a chill shock of nameless fear Framton swung round in his seat and looked in the same direction. What is the point of view in this excerpt? first personsecond personlimited third personomniscient Question #37TextMultipleChoice Score: Click on the boxes to correctly identify how the forms of the word slow are used (noun, verb, adverb, adjective). Check out the slowest turtle in the cage. verbadverbnounadjective The play moved too slowly for me; I was pretty bored. adverbnounverbadjective The pace of the race really slowed near the end of the lap. nounadjectiveverbadverb Question #38MultipleChoice Score: Identify the type of sentence. When I was on my walk to school this morning, I noticed that there was someone new moving into the neighborhood. simple sentencecompound sentencecomplex sentencecompound-complex sentence Question #39TextMultipleChoice Score: Select the correct type of resume to use in the following situations. combinationfunctionalcurriculum vitaechronological format preferred by most employers; easiest type to read functionalcurriculum vitaecombinationchronological includes extensive lists of activities, memberships, publications, affiliations, and related information functionalcurriculum vitaechronologicalcombination highlights the applicant's skill set at or near the top with a brief work history included below combinationchronologicalfunctionalcurriculum vitae highlights the skills, talents, and accomplishments of the job hunter and is not a straightforward employment history Question #40MultipleChoice Score: Read the passage from "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County." At the door I met the sociable Wheeler returning, and he buttonholed me and recommenced: What type of literary device is used in this passage? metaphorsimiledialectsymbolism Question #41MultipleChoice Score: My uncle is a very sensible person when it comes to finances. Using your knowledge of suffix meanings, define sensible. belonging to a quality of sensecapable of sensefull of sensewithout senseact or state of sense Question #42MultipleChoice Score: Choose the category of connective used in the following example. I really enjoy going out to eat with my friends. In the same way, my sister likes to get ice cream with my family. add ideascomparecontrastshow time relationindicate order Question #43MultipleChoice Score: Which of these best defines didactic drama? drama that instructsdrama that entertainsdrama that criticizesdrama that manipulates Question #44TrueFalse Score: During the period of Old Comedy in Greek drama, one job of the chorus was to explain things the author wanted to reveal. TrueFalse Question #45MultipleChoice Score: During the Elizabethan age, traveling actors gained respectability by _____. performing in church yardsplaying the part of a womanjoining an acting companyperforming on the Sabbath Question #46MultipleSelect Score: Which reference materials would probably not be helpful for the following assignment? Select all that apply. Jill has been assigned to create a slide show about the Amazon River. dictionaryencyclopediamusic indexlibrariangazetteerperiodicalbibliographybiographiestelephone directoryvertical filethesaurus Question #47MultipleChoice Score: Early English drama served as a tool for the church to dramatize religious stories to which of these? audiences attending Medieval sword fightsmembers of the royal courttraveling bands of actorsan uneducated congregation Question #48MultipleChoice Score: In terms of the plot structure, where would you place this event in Silas Marner? Silas feels betrayed by his closest friend, fiancé, and God. expositioncomplicationclimaxresolution Question #49TextMultipleChoice Score: Select the correct word to complete each sentence. A detective has been called to lead a murder investigation. The detective first gathers all of the facts from the crime scene and the witnesses. Then he tries to re-play the crime scene in his mind to understand how everything happened. The detective is using logicauthor's structurea priori knowledgepost hoc reasoningfallacy . After sitting in the mall for about an hour, I noticed that many people were coming out of the same store. And these people were all carrying a lot of bags. I made the conclusion that there must be a big sale going on in the store. I used a(n) context cluefallacynarrationinferenceanalogy . Question #50MultipleSelect Score: Roman drama declined in popularity during the height and fall of the Roman Empire because: _____. Select all that apply. Audiences rejected the use of melodrama.Audiences were more interested in the spectacle of gladiator events.Romans sought more intellectually demanding entertainment.The new Christian regime banned performances.Many Roman citizens left the city for the country. Question #51MultipleChoice Score: If you were a highly educated and wealthy person living in eighteenth-century England, you would probably choose to read _____. prose fiction rather than poetrypoetry rather than prose fictionpoetry and prose fictionwhatever was available Question #52TrueFalse Score: Plagiarism can be avoided by using the correct combination of quotation marks, parenthetical citations, and works cited. TrueFalse Question #53MultipleSelect Score: Select all of the sentences that use standard English. I knowed that he was the one that took my lunch.Do you know him?I knew that you play the trombone.It ain't my fault that you lost your homework.Isn't it great to be done with a big paper?It's time for her to find out for herself.Whatever he does with hisself is up to him.What happened after the basketball game is irregardless.Irregardless of what happened, it's time to move on.Regardless of the outcome, I'm going to have fun. Question #54MultipleChoice Score: Which of these is punctuated correctly? "Oh, hang Smiley and his afflicted cow!" I muttered good-naturedly, and bidding the old gentleman good-day, I departed.Oh, hang Smiley and his afflicted cow! I muttered good-naturedly, and bidding the old gentleman good-day, I departed."Oh, hang Smiley and his afflicted cow! I muttered good-naturedly," and bidding the old gentleman good-day, I departed."Oh, hang Smiley and his afflicted cow! I muttered good-naturedly, and bidding the old gentleman good-day, I departed." Question #55MultipleChoice Score: Read the excerpt from the poem by Robert Frost. THE well was dry beside the door, And so we went with pail and can Across the fields behind the house To seek the brook if still it ran; Not loth to have excuse to go, Because the autumn eve was fair (Though chill), because the fields were ours, And by the brook our woods were there. Which of these best explains how the narrator feels about his task? He resents having to leave his warm home.He is glad of a reason to enjoy the night air.He dreads the long, cold walk to the woods.He is indifferent as this is a routine task. Question #56MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following sentences contain an infinitive and not an infinitive phrase? Josh likes to sing in his car.Kelsey turned her car to the left.To fail in any activity is better than not to try at all.The plan is to bake twelve dozen cookies.all of thesenone of these Question #57MultipleSelect Score: When writing a critical essay of interpretation, on which of these questions would the writer likely focus? Select all that apply. What is the writer saying?How does the writer say it?Was what the writer said worthwhile?Would everyone interpret the writing the same way? Question #58MultipleChoice Score: Identify how the verbal is used in the following sentence. Frolicking through the large waves is my favorite activity when I am at the beach. participle as a nounparticipial phrase as a nounparticipial phrase as an adverbgerund as a predicate noungerund phrase as a subject Question #59MultipleChoice Score: What kind of sentence is the following example? It's no wonder that everyone likes a carnival, but I really would rather go to a real amusement park—like the one in Orlando—and experience the bigger rides. simple sentencecompound sentencecomplex sentencecompound-complex sentencefragment Question #60TrueFalse Score: The underlined sentence is the topic sentence of the paragraph. I really need to explain why I chose the college that I did. First of all, I really think that this college has the best pre-medical program, and since I want to be a doctor, I think this is the place I should be. Also, this college is very welcoming and friendly; I really think I can make a lot of friends here. Finally, this college is affordable. I won't have to have all kinds of part-time jobs to be able to pay the tuition. I can focus more on my studies. TrueFalse Question #61MultipleChoice Score: In what way did the collapse of the Fairness Doctrine change media? Government gained more control over the media.Viewers, rather than the government, controlled the media.The FCC could no longer provide protection if a character, person, or group came under attack in the media.Networks were permitted to air editorials for the political candidate of their choice. Question #62Matching Score: Match the short story element with its example. 1. character protagonist 2. setting Promises should be kept. 3. conflict man versus nature 4. plot climax 5. theme omniscient 6. point of View the eighteenth century Question #63TextMultipleChoice Score: When an actor is alone on stage, revealing his thoughts and feelings to the audience, his speech is called a(n) dramatic ironyasideallegorysoliloquy . Question #64MultipleChoice Score: A SOAP analysis involves evaluating which of these in media messages? Subject, Occasion, Audience, PurposeSources, Opinions, Action PlansSuggestion, Origin, Angle, PeopleSocial Opportunities And Practices Question #65TextMultipleChoice Score: Select the correct word to complete each sentence. When writing a letter to your grandma from Arkansas, you would use formalgeneralinformalstandardnonstandard English. Some business leaders use slangjargonidiomsgobbledygookinformal English when they talk about "performance results" or "branding". Question #66MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following sentences is correctly punctuated? "I wish I could go to Florida this summer", she thought, "but I just don't have the money.""I wish I could go to Florida this summer." she thought, "but I just don't have the money.""I wish I could go to Florida this summer, she thought, but I just don't have the money.""I wish I could go to Florida this summer," she thought, "but I just don't have the money."None of the sentences are correct. Question #67MultipleChoice Score: Identify the complete appositive in the following sentence. When I go to the beach, I really like to go visit Jimmy, the guy who owns the ice cream shop. When I go to the beachI really like to goto goto go visit Jimmythe guythe guy who ownswho owns the ice cream shopthe guy who owns the ice cream shop Question #68MultipleChoice Score: Choose the adjective that best describes the italicized word in the sentence below. The student paced around the room and then quickly sat down, tapping his pencil on the desk before the big exam. preparednervousexcitedsatisfiedannoyedrelaxedyoung Question #69MultipleChoice Score: Identify the type of verbal used in the following sentence. The frowning teacher handed out the students' essays. infinitiveparticiplegerundinfinitive phraseparticipial phrasegerund phrase Question #70MultipleSelect Score: Andrew is all ready to give his speech to the school board about why the school should not have uniforms. He knows what the first thing he needs to do is practice. According to the information in this course, which of the following things does he need to do when practicing? Select all that apply. First read the speech, and then speak it loudly and clearly.Become more dependent on the written text.Remember that you are giving a speech and not just an oral reading.Sing aloud to give your voice more practice.Give the speech to a few friends. Question #71MultipleChoice Score: Since the invention of social networking sites like MySpace and Facebook, to become a friend has changed from the specific meaning of having a face-to-face relationship with someone to the more broad meaning of knowing someone in person or knowing of someone online. What is this an example of? ameliorationgeneralizationpejorationspecialization Question #72MultipleChoice Score: Use context clues to select the best definition of the italicized word. Even though the hotel was supposed to be very homey and friendly, I found the staff to be inhospitable. warmunwelcominginvitingexpensiveshabbysqueakyexcitingpreposterousdilapidated Question #73MultipleChoice Score: Read the excerpt from a poem by A.E. Housman. Yonder see the morning blink: The sun is up, and up must I, To wash and dress and eat and drink And look at things and talk and think And work, and God knows why. What figure of speech is illustrated in this poem? understatementapostrophepersonificationmetonymy Question #74TrueFalse Score: The following sentence is punctuated correctly. After many after-school practices we just had our first showing of The Music Man, our school's musical, in the gym; in fact, the show was sold out. TrueFalse Question #75MultipleSelect Score: Select all of the errors in the following sentence. Dr. Langley, my professor can be found in the english deparment and she also likes to spend time at the campus coffee shop, the bookstore and the dewitt library. There should be a comma afterprofessor.There should be a semicolon afterprofessor.englishshould be capitalized.departmentshould be capitalized.There should be a comma afterdepartment.campus coffee shopshould be capitalized.bookstoreshould be capitalized.There should not be a comma aftershop.There should be a comma afterbookstore.dewittshould be capitalized.libraryshould be capitalized. Question #76MultipleChoice Score: How is the -ing form used in the following sentence? To get in shape for that marathon, Shelby started running around the block a few times each morning. participial phrase as an adjectiveparticipial phrase as a nounparticiple as an adjectiveparticiple as a noungerund phrase as a subjectgerund phrase as a predicate noungerund phrase as direct objectnone of these Question #77TextMultipleChoice Score: The SuperdomeArmy Corps of EngineersInternetNOLA provided the most effective means of reuniting families in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Question #78MultipleChoice Score: Which of these best identifies the reasons why the 1940s and 1950s were considered the golden years of television? the invention of the remote controlthe creation of the Fairness Doctrinepromises that networks could make anyone a staradvances in technology and increased consumer demand Question #79MultipleChoice Score: Which of these represents the final step in the writing process? draftingoutliningproofreadingrevising Question #80MultipleChoice Score: In what order are the prepositional phrases being used in the following sentence? After playing in the snow, the group decided to sit by the fire and drink the hot chocolate with marshmallows served with love. adjective phrase, adverb phrase, adverb phrase, adverb phrase, adjective phraseadverb phrase, adverb phrase, adjective phrase, adverb phraseadverb phrase, adjective phrase, adjective phraseadjective phrase, adverb phrase, adjective phraseadjective phrase, adjective phrase, adjective phrase, adverb phrase Question #81MultipleChoice Score: Which of these are the two poetic elements that distinguish poetry from prose? imagery and figures of speechcharacter and settingform and rhymetheme and symbol Question #82MultipleSelect Score: Troy has been assigned to write a exposition. Which of the following topics could he choose? Select all that apply. What Happened on My First Day of SchoolOur Hawaiian Vacation ExperienceWhy Taxes Should Be LoweredThe Beauty of a WaterfallHow to Bake an Apple PieThe Story of My First DateHow the Cinderella Castle was CreatedAbortion Should Be IllegalHow to Fix a Flat Tire Question #83TextMultipleChoice Score: The type of novel that satirizes social classes is known as a science-fictionGothicpicaresquestream-of-consciousness novel. Question #84MultipleSelect Score: Select all of the sentences with errors in the following paragraph. 1. While waiting for our plane to take off I noticed that one of my friends was a passenger. 2. Joe the passenger I knew was someone that I met last summer at basketball camp. 3. The camp was held at Cleveland college, and it was a lot of fun. 4. Everyone learned how to shoot, pass and dribble the ball with more intensity and skill. 5. "How's it going Joe?" I said. 6. "It's going great!" he replied. "I just got recruited to play for a great school!" 7. I was excited for Joe even though I hadn't been recruited to play for anyone yet. 8. "I hope you have a great time but don't forget about all of us 'little people' on your climb to the top!" I said. 9. "I won't," Joe said, "but do you want to be my manager?" 10. I just smiled. 12345678910 Question #85TextMultipleChoice Score: In early Greek drama, the group of people that sang, danced, and commented on the action was known as the trilogychorusbuffooncatharsis . Question #86TextMultipleChoice Score: Select the correct pronoun. She sat next to her mother whothatwhichwhom she had not seen for a very long time. Question #87MultipleSelect Score: Select the examples of a fragment. Select all that apply. She cried.The man with the yellow suit.Go!Because I said so. Question #88MultipleChoice Score: Complete the analogy. Biology:Physical Science:ceramics:: paintingwoodworkbotanycomputer sciencenone of these Question #89MultipleSelect Score: Select all of the reasons why the underlined sentence in the following paragraph is a good example of a topic sentence. "Get over here," he yelled, as he came storming at me. I knew that I was in trouble. The biggest guy in my high school was marching down the hall. His teeth were clenched. His eyes were narrowed. His fists were ready to pound. He even had a little drool coming out of the side of his mouth like a dog ready to eat a nice juicy piece of steak. The topic sentence is the first sentence of the paragraph.The topic sentence of the paragraph directly states the main idea.The topic sentence includes many ideas.The topic sentence sticks to one idea.The topic sentence is written in the first person like the rest of the paragraph.
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User: This shirt just has to go. It really won't go with any of my pants, including those pants I just bought the other day. These socks are also getting really old, and so are those shoes. Man, I really need to update my wardrobe! This, it, any, my, those, my This, those, these, those This, my, I, those This, those, these, are, my This, with, any, I, my Question #3Matching Score: Match the term to its description. 1. participle joins two equal elements, such as two independent clauses or two verbs 2. verbal group of related words without a subject and verb 3. participial phrase verbal phrase that acts as an adjective 4. compound sentence used to make possessives 5. nonrestrictive clause verbal form used as an adjective 6. comma contains two or more independent clauses and one or more subordinate clauses 7. compound-complex sentence verb forms that function as nouns or modifiers, although the retain the characteristics of verbs 8. phrase contains at least two independent thoughts; could be divided into two or more sentences 9. apostrophe sets off appositives 10. coordinating conjunction unnecessary to the meaning of the words modified Question #4TextMultipleChoice Score: Silas Marner is a historicaldynamicstatic character. Question #5MultipleChoice Score: Based on your knowledge of affixes, what does hematologist mean? the science of bone marrowsomeone who studies blooda blood disordera medical book about bloodnone of these Question #6MultipleChoice Score: Your teacher asked you to attend a lecture at a local college. The professor's lecture focused on words, mostly on how words have been borrowed from other languages. The professor talked specifically about how words can be changed to fit a new language. What is the professor lecturing about? archaic wordsconnotationsetymologyloan words Question #7MultipleChoice Score: Identify the complete adjective clause in the following sentence. The cabin where we went on vacation last year was perfect because it had enough bedrooms and even cable TV! The cabinThe cabin where we wentwhere we wentwhere we went on vacation last yearwas perfectbecause it had enough bedroomsit had enough bedroomsit had enough bedrooms and even cable TV Question #8Paragraph Score: Write a paragraph providing a speaker, a context, and an explanation for the following quotation from Pygmalion. You see, really and truly, apart from the things anyone can pick up (the dressing and the proper way of speaking, and so on), the difference between a lady and a flower girl is not how she behaves, but how she's treated. Rich Text EditorEditor toolbars Press ALT 0 for help Upload Answer File Max File Size : 10MB Accepted File Type : csv,doc,pdf,xls,xlsx,docx,jpeg,jpg,ppt,pptx,txt,rtf,mdb,accdb,pub,odf,odt,ods,odp File Actions No File UploadDelete Uploaded files will not be scored by WRITER. Question #9MultipleChoice Score: Who is the protagonist in "The Lady or the Tiger?" the ladythe tigerthe princessthe king Question #10TextMultipleChoice Score: Select the type of dialect that would most likely be used in that state. General American dialectNew England dialectSouthern dialect North Dakota New England dialectGeneral American dialectSouthern dialect Maine General American dialectSouthern dialectNew England dialect Oklahoma General American dialectNew England dialectSouthern dialect Virginia Southern dialectNew England dialectGeneral American dialect Montana New England dialectSouthern dialectGeneral American dialect Vermont Question #11MultipleChoice Score: Ali needs to re-create a map of the State of New Jersey. On that map, she needs to label towns, rivers, and other important landmarks. What reference resource should she use? dictionarythesaurusencyclopediacard catalogalmanacatlasperiodicalgazetteerbibliographyindexnewspapertelephone directoryvertical file Question #12MultipleChoice Score: Read the poem by A.E. Housman. Now dreary dawns the eastern light, And fall of eve is drear, And cold the poor man lies at night, And so goes out the year. Little is the luck I've had, And oh, 'tis comfort small To think that many another lad Has had no luck at all. Which of these best explains how Housman uses imagery in this poem? He uses images of winter and the year ending to illustrate his poor luck.He uses images of a poor man to illustrate his lack of comfort.He uses images of dawn to illustrate the ending of the year.He uses images of luck to illustrate the dawn. Question #13TextMultipleChoice Score: Works cited entries use paragraph indentationhanging indentationneither of these when the entry takes more than one line of type. Question #14MultipleSelect Score: Select the incorrect plural forms. Select all that apply. shortsbunnyswisheszooestomatoschieveslarksbrother-in-lawsbarricades Question #15MultipleChoice Score: Determine whether the following situation calls for active or passive listening. A person that you want to date is telling you about his or her family. activepassive Question #16MultipleSelect Score: Select all of the correct analogies. Tornado:Oklahoma::Hurricane:FloridaCardinals:Minnesota::Orioles:AlaskaCorn:Iowa::Oil:AlaskaPacific:Florida::Atlantic:CaliforniaRoundabout:Straightforward::Embellished:Simple Question #17MultipleChoice Score: Identify the two complete adverb clauses in the following sentence. When you have a free minute, please write down what you would like for a birthday present this year because we want to go shopping soon. When you haveandwhat you would likeWhen you have a free minuteandbecause we want to go shopping soonWhen you have a free minuteandwhat you would likeWhen you have a free minuteandto go shopping soonwhat you would likeandbecause we want to go shopping soon Question #18MultipleChoice Score: Which view of literature does this statement represent? The classics must be taught to high school students. TraditionalProgressiveCompromise Question #19MultipleSelect Score: Select all of the sentences that have a gerund, but not a gerund phrase. Mowing is what I like to do on a hot summer day.That telephone is constantly ringing!Frowning, the girl realized she was late.I lost ten pounds by bicycling.The sneezing man was suffering on the hot summer day.Did he get a trophy for bowling a perfect game? Question #20TextMultipleChoice Score: Read the poem by Emily Dickinson and identify the rhyme scheme. SUNSET. Where ships of purple gently toss adbc On seas of daffodil, dbac Fantastic sailors mingle, bdca And then - the wharf is still. dbca Question #21MultipleChoice Score: Read the poem by Emily Dickinson XI. I've got an arrow here; Loving the hand that sent it, I the dart revere. Fell, they will say, in 'skirmish'! Vanquished, my soul will know, By but a simple arrow Sped by an archer's bow. Which of these does the arrow most likely symbolize in this poem? lovedeathlifehate Question #22Matching Score: Match the word with the definition. 1. etymology a regional or social variety of language 2. social dialect study of development of words 3. infer occurs in a geographically isolated region 4. arbitrary based on individual preference 5. idiosyncrasies a summary of academic and professional accomplishments 6. affix to strengthen 7. skill set occurs within a certain ethnic, age, socioeconomic, or social group 8. bolster the knowledge, experience, and abilities brought to a job 9. curriculum vitae to surmise 10. dialect can only occur attached to a base, stem, or root 11. regional dialect a characteristic peculiar to an individual 12. connotation set of associations implied by a word Question #23MultipleChoice Score: The slimy ice cream topping is the kind that I like the best! positivenegative Question #24MultipleSelect Score: Listen to the Tiny Tutor and answer the question. Which are supporting ideas? Select all that apply. The novel carries on the epic's tradition.Both center around key events and characters.Novels are generally longer than epics.Homer's Iliad is a novel.Novels are more reduced in scope. Question #25MultipleChoice Score: Which of these is not true of a literary critique? It should consider the author of the work.It should analyze story elements.It should undergo a thorough revision.It should be completely objective. Question #26TextMultipleChoice Score: The need for consumer and media diversitysponsorshiptechnologyresponsibility is illustrated by the formation of the FCC and The War of the Worlds Panic. Question #27Matching Score: Match the word to the definition. 1. spondee first of three syllables accented 2. pyrrhic last of three syllables accented 3. iambic two accented syllables 4. trochaic one accented syllable followed by an unaccented syllable 5. dactylic two unaccented syllables 6. anapestic one unaccented syllable followed by an accented syllable Question #28MultipleSelect Score: What is/are the difference(s) between the following two sentences? Select all that apply. The congregation lifted its voices up in song. The congregation lifted their voices up in song. Itsin the first sentence shows that you want to refer to the congregation as a unit.Its in the first sentence shows that you want to refer to the separate members of the congregation.Theirin the second sentence shows that you want to refer to the congregation as a unit.Theirin the second sentence shows that you want to refer to the separate members of the congregation. Question #29MultipleChoice Score: In which of these ways is Henry Higgins like Pygmalion from Ovid's myth? He demands perfection.He is a sculptor.He falls in love with his creation.He lives happily ever after. Question #30TrueFalse Score: When analyzing a work, whether it is a song, a movie, or a work of fiction, you should use a variety of criteria before making a judgment. TrueFalse Question #31MultipleChoice Score: How did Guglielmo Marconi advance radio technology? He invented the first machine that could transmit sound through wires.He discovered that messages could be sent without physical travel.He discovered that sound could be transmitted using radio waves instead of electric wires.He created NBC, the first broadcast company. Question #32MultipleSelect Score: What corrections need to be made to the following sentences? Select all that apply. My familys' car was in the shop. Because I needed to get to school the next day, I had to take our town's transportation system: the dreaded city bus. I really wasn't looking forward to taking the bus. Just in the nick of time, I heard that I could take Mrs. Bliss' car instead! familys'needs to becomefamily's.town'sneeds to becometowns'.Mrs. Bliss'needs to becomeMrs. Bliss's.There are no corrections needed. Question #33TrueFalse Score: The following sentence uses a participle, not a participial phrase. Enjoying the sun outside is one of the best things about the relaxing months of summer. TrueFalse Question #34TextMultipleChoice Score: If a media message shows favoritism, it is considered to be objectivebiasedinvalidinevitable . Question #35Paragraph Score: Write a paragraph explaining how the invention of the printing press and the circulation of early media forms shaped public opinion and influenced history. Rich Text EditorEditor toolbars Press ALT 0 for help Upload Answer File Max File Size : 10MB Accepted File Type : csv,doc,pdf,xls,xlsx,docx,jpeg,jpg,ppt,pptx,txt,rtf,mdb,accdb,pub,odf,odt,ods,odp File Actions No File UploadDelete Uploaded files will not be scored by WRITER. Question #36MultipleChoice Score: Read the excerpt from "The Open Window," by Saki. Framton shivered slightly and turned towards the niece with a look intended to convey sympathetic comprehension. The child was staring out through the open window with dazed horror in her eyes. In a chill shock of nameless fear Framton swung round in his seat and looked in the same direction. What is the point of view in this excerpt? first personsecond personlimited third personomniscient Question #37TextMultipleChoice Score: Click on the boxes to correctly identify how the forms of the word slow are used (noun, verb, adverb, adjective). Check out the slowest turtle in the cage. verbadverbnounadjective The play moved too slowly for me; I was pretty bored. adverbnounverbadjective The pace of the race really slowed near the end of the lap. nounadjectiveverbadverb Question #38MultipleChoice Score: Identify the type of sentence. When I was on my walk to school this morning, I noticed that there was someone new moving into the neighborhood. simple sentencecompound sentencecomplex sentencecompound-complex sentence Question #39TextMultipleChoice Score: Select the correct type of resume to use in the following situations. combinationfunctionalcurriculum vitaechronological format preferred by most employers; easiest type to read functionalcurriculum vitaecombinationchronological includes extensive lists of activities, memberships, publications, affiliations, and related information functionalcurriculum vitaechronologicalcombination highlights the applicant's skill set at or near the top with a brief work history included below combinationchronologicalfunctionalcurriculum vitae highlights the skills, talents, and accomplishments of the job hunter and is not a straightforward employment history Question #40MultipleChoice Score: Read the passage from "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County." At the door I met the sociable Wheeler returning, and he buttonholed me and recommenced: What type of literary device is used in this passage? metaphorsimiledialectsymbolism Question #41MultipleChoice Score: My uncle is a very sensible person when it comes to finances. Using your knowledge of suffix meanings, define sensible. belonging to a quality of sensecapable of sensefull of sensewithout senseact or state of sense Question #42MultipleChoice Score: Choose the category of connective used in the following example. I really enjoy going out to eat with my friends. In the same way, my sister likes to get ice cream with my family. add ideascomparecontrastshow time relationindicate order Question #43MultipleChoice Score: Which of these best defines didactic drama? drama that instructsdrama that entertainsdrama that criticizesdrama that manipulates Question #44TrueFalse Score: During the period of Old Comedy in Greek drama, one job of the chorus was to explain things the author wanted to reveal. TrueFalse Question #45MultipleChoice Score: During the Elizabethan age, traveling actors gained respectability by _____. performing in church yardsplaying the part of a womanjoining an acting companyperforming on the Sabbath Question #46MultipleSelect Score: Which reference materials would probably not be helpful for the following assignment? Select all that apply. Jill has been assigned to create a slide show about the Amazon River. dictionaryencyclopediamusic indexlibrariangazetteerperiodicalbibliographybiographiestelephone directoryvertical filethesaurus Question #47MultipleChoice Score: Early English drama served as a tool for the church to dramatize religious stories to which of these? audiences attending Medieval sword fightsmembers of the royal courttraveling bands of actorsan uneducated congregation Question #48MultipleChoice Score: In terms of the plot structure, where would you place this event in Silas Marner? Silas feels betrayed by his closest friend, fiancé, and God. expositioncomplicationclimaxresolution Question #49TextMultipleChoice Score: Select the correct word to complete each sentence. A detective has been called to lead a murder investigation. The detective first gathers all of the facts from the crime scene and the witnesses. Then he tries to re-play the crime scene in his mind to understand how everything happened. The detective is using logicauthor's structurea priori knowledgepost hoc reasoningfallacy . After sitting in the mall for about an hour, I noticed that many people were coming out of the same store. And these people were all carrying a lot of bags. I made the conclusion that there must be a big sale going on in the store. I used a(n) context cluefallacynarrationinferenceanalogy . Question #50MultipleSelect Score: Roman drama declined in popularity during the height and fall of the Roman Empire because: _____. Select all that apply. Audiences rejected the use of melodrama.Audiences were more interested in the spectacle of gladiator events.Romans sought more intellectually demanding entertainment.The new Christian regime banned performances.Many Roman citizens left the city for the country. Question #51MultipleChoice Score: If you were a highly educated and wealthy person living in eighteenth-century England, you would probably choose to read _____. prose fiction rather than poetrypoetry rather than prose fictionpoetry and prose fictionwhatever was available Question #52TrueFalse Score: Plagiarism can be avoided by using the correct combination of quotation marks, parenthetical citations, and works cited. TrueFalse Question #53MultipleSelect Score: Select all of the sentences that use standard English. I knowed that he was the one that took my lunch.Do you know him?I knew that you play the trombone.It ain't my fault that you lost your homework.Isn't it great to be done with a big paper?It's time for her to find out for herself.Whatever he does with hisself is up to him.What happened after the basketball game is irregardless.Irregardless of what happened, it's time to move on.Regardless of the outcome, I'm going to have fun. Question #54MultipleChoice Score: Which of these is punctuated correctly? "Oh, hang Smiley and his afflicted cow!" I muttered good-naturedly, and bidding the old gentleman good-day, I departed.Oh, hang Smiley and his afflicted cow! I muttered good-naturedly, and bidding the old gentleman good-day, I departed."Oh, hang Smiley and his afflicted cow! I muttered good-naturedly," and bidding the old gentleman good-day, I departed."Oh, hang Smiley and his afflicted cow! I muttered good-naturedly, and bidding the old gentleman good-day, I departed." Question #55MultipleChoice Score: Read the excerpt from the poem by Robert Frost. THE well was dry beside the door, And so we went with pail and can Across the fields behind the house To seek the brook if still it ran; Not loth to have excuse to go, Because the autumn eve was fair (Though chill), because the fields were ours, And by the brook our woods were there. Which of these best explains how the narrator feels about his task? He resents having to leave his warm home.He is glad of a reason to enjoy the night air.He dreads the long, cold walk to the woods.He is indifferent as this is a routine task. Question #56MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following sentences contain an infinitive and not an infinitive phrase? Josh likes to sing in his car.Kelsey turned her car to the left.To fail in any activity is better than not to try at all.The plan is to bake twelve dozen cookies.all of thesenone of these Question #57MultipleSelect Score: When writing a critical essay of interpretation, on which of these questions would the writer likely focus? Select all that apply. What is the writer saying?How does the writer say it?Was what the writer said worthwhile?Would everyone interpret the writing the same way? Question #58MultipleChoice Score: Identify how the verbal is used in the following sentence. Frolicking through the large waves is my favorite activity when I am at the beach. participle as a nounparticipial phrase as a nounparticipial phrase as an adverbgerund as a predicate noungerund phrase as a subject Question #59MultipleChoice Score: What kind of sentence is the following example? It's no wonder that everyone likes a carnival, but I really would rather go to a real amusement park—like the one in Orlando—and experience the bigger rides. simple sentencecompound sentencecomplex sentencecompound-complex sentencefragment Question #60TrueFalse Score: The underlined sentence is the topic sentence of the paragraph. I really need to explain why I chose the college that I did. First of all, I really think that this college has the best pre-medical program, and since I want to be a doctor, I think this is the place I should be. Also, this college is very welcoming and friendly; I really think I can make a lot of friends here. Finally, this college is affordable. I won't have to have all kinds of part-time jobs to be able to pay the tuition. I can focus more on my studies. TrueFalse Question #61MultipleChoice Score: In what way did the collapse of the Fairness Doctrine change media? Government gained more control over the media.Viewers, rather than the government, controlled the media.The FCC could no longer provide protection if a character, person, or group came under attack in the media.Networks were permitted to air editorials for the political candidate of their choice. Question #62Matching Score: Match the short story element with its example. 1. character protagonist 2. setting Promises should be kept. 3. conflict man versus nature 4. plot climax 5. theme omniscient 6. point of View the eighteenth century Question #63TextMultipleChoice Score: When an actor is alone on stage, revealing his thoughts and feelings to the audience, his speech is called a(n) dramatic ironyasideallegorysoliloquy . Question #64MultipleChoice Score: A SOAP analysis involves evaluating which of these in media messages? Subject, Occasion, Audience, PurposeSources, Opinions, Action PlansSuggestion, Origin, Angle, PeopleSocial Opportunities And Practices Question #65TextMultipleChoice Score: Select the correct word to complete each sentence. When writing a letter to your grandma from Arkansas, you would use formalgeneralinformalstandardnonstandard English. Some business leaders use slangjargonidiomsgobbledygookinformal English when they talk about "performance results" or "branding". Question #66MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following sentences is correctly punctuated? "I wish I could go to Florida this summer", she thought, "but I just don't have the money.""I wish I could go to Florida this summer." she thought, "but I just don't have the money.""I wish I could go to Florida this summer, she thought, but I just don't have the money.""I wish I could go to Florida this summer," she thought, "but I just don't have the money."None of the sentences are correct. Question #67MultipleChoice Score: Identify the complete appositive in the following sentence. When I go to the beach, I really like to go visit Jimmy, the guy who owns the ice cream shop. When I go to the beachI really like to goto goto go visit Jimmythe guythe guy who ownswho owns the ice cream shopthe guy who owns the ice cream shop Question #68MultipleChoice Score: Choose the adjective that best describes the italicized word in the sentence below. The student paced around the room and then quickly sat down, tapping his pencil on the desk before the big exam. preparednervousexcitedsatisfiedannoyedrelaxedyoung Question #69MultipleChoice Score: Identify the type of verbal used in the following sentence. The frowning teacher handed out the students' essays. infinitiveparticiplegerundinfinitive phraseparticipial phrasegerund phrase Question #70MultipleSelect Score: Andrew is all ready to give his speech to the school board about why the school should not have uniforms. He knows what the first thing he needs to do is practice. According to the information in this course, which of the following things does he need to do when practicing? Select all that apply. First read the speech, and then speak it loudly and clearly.Become more dependent on the written text.Remember that you are giving a speech and not just an oral reading.Sing aloud to give your voice more practice.Give the speech to a few friends. Question #71MultipleChoice Score: Since the invention of social networking sites like MySpace and Facebook, to become a friend has changed from the specific meaning of having a face-to-face relationship with someone to the more broad meaning of knowing someone in person or knowing of someone online. What is this an example of? ameliorationgeneralizationpejorationspecialization Question #72MultipleChoice Score: Use context clues to select the best definition of the italicized word. Even though the hotel was supposed to be very homey and friendly, I found the staff to be inhospitable. warmunwelcominginvitingexpensiveshabbysqueakyexcitingpreposterousdilapidated Question #73MultipleChoice Score: Read the excerpt from a poem by A.E. Housman. Yonder see the morning blink: The sun is up, and up must I, To wash and dress and eat and drink And look at things and talk and think And work, and God knows why. What figure of speech is illustrated in this poem? understatementapostrophepersonificationmetonymy Question #74TrueFalse Score: The following sentence is punctuated correctly. After many after-school practices we just had our first showing of The Music Man, our school's musical, in the gym; in fact, the show was sold out. TrueFalse Question #75MultipleSelect Score: Select all of the errors in the following sentence. Dr. Langley, my professor can be found in the english deparment and she also likes to spend time at the campus coffee shop, the bookstore and the dewitt library. There should be a comma afterprofessor.There should be a semicolon afterprofessor.englishshould be capitalized.departmentshould be capitalized.There should be a comma afterdepartment.campus coffee shopshould be capitalized.bookstoreshould be capitalized.There should not be a comma aftershop.There should be a comma afterbookstore.dewittshould be capitalized.libraryshould be capitalized. Question #76MultipleChoice Score: How is the -ing form used in the following sentence? To get in shape for that marathon, Shelby started running around the block a few times each morning. participial phrase as an adjectiveparticipial phrase as a nounparticiple as an adjectiveparticiple as a noungerund phrase as a subjectgerund phrase as a predicate noungerund phrase as direct objectnone of these Question #77TextMultipleChoice Score: The SuperdomeArmy Corps of EngineersInternetNOLA provided the most effective means of reuniting families in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Question #78MultipleChoice Score: Which of these best identifies the reasons why the 1940s and 1950s were considered the golden years of television? the invention of the remote controlthe creation of the Fairness Doctrinepromises that networks could make anyone a staradvances in technology and increased consumer demand Question #79MultipleChoice Score: Which of these represents the final step in the writing process? draftingoutliningproofreadingrevising Question #80MultipleChoice Score: In what order are the prepositional phrases being used in the following sentence? After playing in the snow, the group decided to sit by the fire and drink the hot chocolate with marshmallows served with love. adjective phrase, adverb phrase, adverb phrase, adverb phrase, adjective phraseadverb phrase, adverb phrase, adjective phrase, adverb phraseadverb phrase, adjective phrase, adjective phraseadjective phrase, adverb phrase, adjective phraseadjective phrase, adjective phrase, adjective phrase, adverb phrase Question #81MultipleChoice Score: Which of these are the two poetic elements that distinguish poetry from prose? imagery and figures of speechcharacter and settingform and rhymetheme and symbol Question #82MultipleSelect Score: Troy has been assigned to write a exposition. Which of the following topics could he choose? Select all that apply. What Happened on My First Day of SchoolOur Hawaiian Vacation ExperienceWhy Taxes Should Be LoweredThe Beauty of a WaterfallHow to Bake an Apple PieThe Story of My First DateHow the Cinderella Castle was CreatedAbortion Should Be IllegalHow to Fix a Flat Tire Question #83TextMultipleChoice Score: The type of novel that satirizes social classes is known as a science-fictionGothicpicaresquestream-of-consciousness novel. Question #84MultipleSelect Score: Select all of the sentences with errors in the following paragraph. 1. While waiting for our plane to take off I noticed that one of my friends was a passenger. 2. Joe the passenger I knew was someone that I met last summer at basketball camp. 3. The camp was held at Cleveland college, and it was a lot of fun. 4. Everyone learned how to shoot, pass and dribble the ball with more intensity and skill. 5. "How's it going Joe?" I said. 6. "It's going great!" he replied. "I just got recruited to play for a great school!" 7. I was excited for Joe even though I hadn't been recruited to play for anyone yet. 8. "I hope you have a great time but don't forget about all of us 'little people' on your climb to the top!" I said. 9. "I won't," Joe said, "but do you want to be my manager?" 10. I just smiled. 12345678910 Question #85TextMultipleChoice Score: In early Greek drama, the group of people that sang, danced, and commented on the action was known as the trilogychorusbuffooncatharsis . Question #86TextMultipleChoice Score: Select the correct pronoun. She sat next to her mother whothatwhichwhom she had not seen for a very long time. Question #87MultipleSelect Score: Select the examples of a fragment. Select all that apply. She cried.The man with the yellow suit.Go!Because I said so. Question #88MultipleChoice Score: Complete the analogy. 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