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Identify the type of error in the sentence below. The singer not only was talented but she was a nice person, too. definition and explanation structure dangling construction other misplaced
modifiers unparallel structure Question #7TextMultipleChoice Score: Analyze the sentence to choose the correct answer for each space. Those books are responsible for my earning an "A" on the paper because they provided just enough information. Identify a demonstrative pronoun: theymythose Identify a verbal: earningprovidedinformationare responsible What type of verbal is it? infinitiveparticiplegerund Identify the personal pronoun that modifies the verbal: thosetheyjustenoughmy Question #8MultipleChoice Score: Identify the type of error in the sentence below. Jenny spent her spare time reading because she is never away from it. agreementcasereference Question #9TrueFalse Score: Nonparallel structure can be corrected by splitting infinitives. TrueFalse Question #10MultipleChoice Score: Identify the type of error in the sentence below. Will nearly drank a gallon of lemonade. definition and explanation structuredangling constructionother misplaced modifiersunparallel structure Question #11MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun usage. Two of the better runners were he and she. he and herhim and shethemcorrect as is Question #12TrueFalse Score: All, despite its meaning, is singular in use. TrueFalse Question #13MultipleChoice Score: The sentence Walking the wire, my dog waited for the squirrel to fall is an example of _____. split infinitiveparallel structuredangling participlenone of these Question #14TextMultipleChoice Score: Analyze the sentence to choose the correct answer for each space. An antecedent is a noun or pronoun to which another pronoun refers. Subordinate clause: another pronoun refersan antecedent is a noun or pronouna noun or pronounto which another pronoun refers What type of clause is it? adverbnounadjective Question #15MultipleChoice Score: Identify the type of error in the sentence below. When we returned home, we started to clean the den and began washing the dishes. definition and explanation structuredangling constructionother misplaced modifiersunparallel structure Question #16Matching Score: Match each term to its definition. 1. pronoun with no specific antecedent nominative 2. determined by function agreement 3. consistency between subject and verb or pronoun and antecedent dangling construction 4. subject case reciprocal pronoun 5. clarifies or renames preceding noun demonstrative pronoun 6. clause with implied subject or verb appositive 7. adjective phrase without word to modify case 8. points out which one indefinite pronoun 9. two-word pronoun elliptical clause Question #17MultipleChoice Score: The sentence Joe said before breakfast that he would play tennis is an example of _____. misplaced adverb phraseparallel structuredangling participlenone of these Question #18TrueFalse Score: Parallel structure is distracting to the reader. TrueFalse Question #19TrueFalse Score: Nouns can be paired with phrases in parallel structure. TrueFalse Question #20TrueFalse Score: That can function as an interrogative pronoun. TrueFalse Question #21MultipleChoice Score: Select the sentence that means I love no one else but you. Only I love you.I only love you.I love only you. Question #22MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun usage. Them boys were going to ball practice. They boysUs boysThose boyscorrect as is Question #23MultipleChoice Score: Identify the type of error in the sentence below. The paintings are in the hallway that I finished. agreementcasereference Question #24TrueFalse Score: And which clauses should be matched with and who clauses. TrueFalse Question #25TrueFalse Score: Each and every are indefinite pronouns. TrueFalse Question #26TrueFalse Score: This is a possessive adjective. TrueFalse Question #27MultipleChoice Score: Identify the type of error in the sentence below. Neither of we students was going to the library. agreementcasereference Question #28MultipleChoice Score: The sentence I whispered the instructions to quietly leave the building is an example of _____. split infinitiveparallel structuredangling participlenone of these Question #29MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun usage. None of us wanted him and her to stop singing. he and herhim and shecorrect as is
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