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Ideally, the author states the main thesis for a chapter in the first paragraph or two. True False Question #2 Score: Paragraph What is a cause/effect relationship? Question #3 Score: MultipleChoice Select the mistake responsible for the faulty reasoning in the following statement. I'm bringing my blue fountain pen to the speech contest; I never forget my speech when I have my pen. thinking that A causes B because A always comes before B mistaking an effect for a cause oversimplifying the cause no fallacy Question #4 Score: MultipleChoice Select the mistake responsible for the faulty
reasoning in the following statement. Charles Dickens wrote about the poor because he himself had lived with and observed the poor and because he was sensitive to human suffering. thinking that A causes B because A always comes before B mistaking an effect for a cause oversimplifying the cause no fallacy Question #5 Score: MultipleChoice Select the mistake responsible for the faulty reasoning in the following statement. The pudding tastes scorched because I forgot to stir it and allowed it to boil too long. thinking that A causes B because A always comes before B mistaking an effect for a cause oversimplifying the cause no fallacy Question #6 Score: MultipleChoice Read the following passage. In the beginnings of the last chapter, I informed you exactly when I was born; but I did not inform you how. No; that particular was reserved entirely for a chapter by itself; besides, Sir, as you and I are in a manner perfect strangers to each other, it would not have been proper to have let you into too many circumstances relating to myself all at once.—You must have a little patience. I have undertaken, you see, to write not only my life, but my opinions also; hoping and expecting that your knowledge of my character, and of what kind of a mortal I am, by the one, would give you a better relish for the other: As you proceed further with me, the slight acquaintance which is now beginning betwixt us, will grow into familiarity; and that, unless one of us is in fault, will terminate in friendship. (from Tristram Shandy, Volume I, Chapter 6, by Laurence Sterne) The tone of this passage is formal (distant) and stiff intimate (chatty) and playful condescending and formal serious and intimate Question #7 Score: MultipleChoice Read the following paragraph. The writers John Milton and John Bunyan had much in common. Milton was imprisoned for his support of the Commonwealth. He had difficulties supporting his large family, yet wrote a brilliant epic. In the same way, Bunyan was imprisoned, impoverished, yet strengthened to write a great allegory. What type of expository structure was used to write this paragraph? illustration/example classification/division cause/effect process analysis comparison/contrast definition Question #8 Score: MultipleChoice He put his shirt in a large leather portmanteau. What do you think portmanteau means? suitcase briefcase closet hamper Question #9 Score: MultipleChoice Read the following paragraph and select the correct answer. A prison taint was on everything there. The imprisoned air, the imprisoned light, the imprisoned damps, the imprisoned men, were all deteriorated by confinement. As the captive men were faded and haggard, so the iron was rusty, the stone was slimy, the wood was rotten, the air was faint, the light was dim. Like a well, like a vault, like a tomb, the prison had no knowledge of the brightness outside; and would have kept its polluted atmosphere intact, in one of the spice islands of the Indian ocean. (from Little Dorrit, Book the First, chapter 1, by Charles Dickens) What is the main idea of this paragraph? The prison was dark and empty. The prison was on one of the spice islands. "A prison taint was on everything there." "The prison had no knowledge of the brightness outside." Question #10 Score: MultipleChoice Read the following paragraph and select the correct answer. She knew now what meant the duties of the household, the heavy work of the kitchen. Her pretty hands soon lost all semblance of the care of bygone days. She washed the soiled linen and dried it in her room. She went every morning to the street with the refuse of the kitchen, carrying the water, stopping at each flight of stairs to take breath—wearing the dress of the women of the people; she went each day to the grocer, the fruiterer, the butcher, carrying her basket on her arm, bargaining, defending cent by cent her miserable money. (from "The Necklace," by Guy de Maupassant) What is the topic sentence of this paragraph? She knew now what meant the duties of the household, the heavy work of the kitchen. Her pretty hands soon lost all semblance of the care of bygone days. She washed the soiled linen and dried it in her room. She defended cent by cent her miserable money. Question #11 Score: MultipleSelect The four methods of paragraph development discussed in this unit are definition compare/contrast post hoc illustration/example process analysis spiraling Question #12 Score: MultipleSelect Select the example(s) of expository composition. folk tale textbook short story treasurer's report Question #13 Score: MultipleSelect Select the example(s) of expository composition. directions novel joke atlas Question #14 Score: Matching Match the following items. 1. similarity or comparison based on similarities objective 2. contrast; opposition subjective 3. not influenced by personal feelings analogy 4. influenced by personal feelings chronological 5. arranged in order of occurrence antithesis Question #15 Score: MultipleChoice The purpose of _____ is to convince the reader of a certain view or opinion by establishing the truth or falsity of it. argumentation exposition narration Question #16 Score: MultipleChoice The purpose of _____ is to explain. argumentation exposition narration Question #17 Score: MultipleChoice The purpose of _____ is to recount an event or series of events, to tell a story. argumentation exposition narration Question #18 Score: TrueFalse The following is a suitable topic for an expository article: St. Bernards are better than Irish Setters. True False Question #19 Score: TrueFalse The following is a suitable topic for an expository article: Historical evidence has proven that ancient peoples had some very effective systems of medical treatment. True False Question #20 Score: TrueFalse The following is a suitable topic for an expository article: Apples are tasty. True False Question #21 Score: TrueFalse The following is a suitable topic for an expository article: Astronauts have walked in space. True False Question #22 Score: TrueFalse Other sentences within a paragraph should change the focus of the topic sentence. True False Question #23 Score: TrueFalse Paragraphs should not use more than one method of organization. True False Question #24 Score: TrueFalse Recognizing main ideas is essential for understanding paragraphs. True False Question #25 Score: MultipleChoice What is deduction in logic? reaching a conclusion by reasoning or inference reaching a conclusion by examining evidence and from it drawing a general principle
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User: Ideally, the author states the main thesis for a chapter in the first paragraph or two. True False Question #2 Score: Paragraph What is a cause/effect relationship? Question #3 Score: MultipleChoice Select the mistake responsible for the faulty reasoning in the following statement. I'm bringing my blue fountain pen to the speech contest; I never forget my speech when I have my pen. thinking that A causes B because A always comes before B mistaking an effect for a cause oversimplifying the cause no fallacy Question #4 Score: MultipleChoice Select the mistake responsible for the faulty reasoning in the following statement. Charles Dickens wrote about the poor because he himself had lived with and observed the poor and because he was sensitive to human suffering. thinking that A causes B because A always comes before B mistaking an effect for a cause oversimplifying the cause no fallacy Question #5 Score: MultipleChoice Select the mistake responsible for the faulty reasoning in the following statement. The pudding tastes scorched because I forgot to stir it and allowed it to boil too long. thinking that A causes B because A always comes before B mistaking an effect for a cause oversimplifying the cause no fallacy Question #6 Score: MultipleChoice Read the following passage. In the beginnings of the last chapter, I informed you exactly when I was born; but I did not inform you how. No; that particular was reserved entirely for a chapter by itself; besides, Sir, as you and I are in a manner perfect strangers to each other, it would not have been proper to have let you into too many circumstances relating to myself all at once.—You must have a little patience. I have undertaken, you see, to write not only my life, but my opinions also; hoping and expecting that your knowledge of my character, and of what kind of a mortal I am, by the one, would give you a better relish for the other: As you proceed further with me, the slight acquaintance which is now beginning betwixt us, will grow into familiarity; and that, unless one of us is in fault, will terminate in friendship. (from Tristram Shandy, Volume I, Chapter 6, by Laurence Sterne) The tone of this passage is formal (distant) and stiff intimate (chatty) and playful condescending and formal serious and intimate Question #7 Score: MultipleChoice Read the following paragraph. The writers John Milton and John Bunyan had much in common. Milton was imprisoned for his support of the Commonwealth. He had difficulties supporting his large family, yet wrote a brilliant epic. In the same way, Bunyan was imprisoned, impoverished, yet strengthened to write a great allegory. What type of expository structure was used to write this paragraph? illustration/example classification/division cause/effect process analysis comparison/contrast definition Question #8 Score: MultipleChoice He put his shirt in a large leather portmanteau. What do you think portmanteau means? suitcase briefcase closet hamper Question #9 Score: MultipleChoice Read the following paragraph and select the correct answer. A prison taint was on everything there. The imprisoned air, the imprisoned light, the imprisoned damps, the imprisoned men, were all deteriorated by confinement. As the captive men were faded and haggard, so the iron was rusty, the stone was slimy, the wood was rotten, the air was faint, the light was dim. Like a well, like a vault, like a tomb, the prison had no knowledge of the brightness outside; and would have kept its polluted atmosphere intact, in one of the spice islands of the Indian ocean. (from Little Dorrit, Book the First, chapter 1, by Charles Dickens) What is the main idea of this paragraph? The prison was dark and empty. The prison was on one of the spice islands. "A prison taint was on everything there." "The prison had no knowledge of the brightness outside." Question #10 Score: MultipleChoice Read the following paragraph and select the correct answer. She knew now what meant the duties of the household, the heavy work of the kitchen. Her pretty hands soon lost all semblance of the care of bygone days. She washed the soiled linen and dried it in her room. She went every morning to the street with the refuse of the kitchen, carrying the water, stopping at each flight of stairs to take breath—wearing the dress of the women of the people; she went each day to the grocer, the fruiterer, the butcher, carrying her basket on her arm, bargaining, defending cent by cent her miserable money. (from "The Necklace," by Guy de Maupassant) What is the topic sentence of this paragraph? She knew now what meant the duties of the household, the heavy work of the kitchen. Her pretty hands soon lost all semblance of the care of bygone days. She washed the soiled linen and dried it in her room. She defended cent by cent her miserable money. Question #11 Score: MultipleSelect The four methods of paragraph development discussed in this unit are definition compare/contrast post hoc illustration/example process analysis spiraling Question #12 Score: MultipleSelect Select the example(s) of expository composition. folk tale textbook short story treasurer's report Question #13 Score: MultipleSelect Select the example(s) of expository composition. directions novel joke atlas Question #14 Score: Matching Match the following items. 1. similarity or comparison based on similarities objective 2. contrast; opposition subjective 3. not influenced by personal feelings analogy 4. influenced by personal feelings chronological 5. arranged in order of occurrence antithesis Question #15 Score: MultipleChoice The purpose of _____ is to convince the reader of a certain view or opinion by establishing the truth or falsity of it. argumentation exposition narration Question #16 Score: MultipleChoice The purpose of _____ is to explain. argumentation exposition narration Question #17 Score: MultipleChoice The purpose of _____ is to recount an event or series of events, to tell a story. argumentation exposition narration Question #18 Score: TrueFalse The following is a suitable topic for an expository article: St. Bernards are better than Irish Setters. True False Question #19 Score: TrueFalse The following is a suitable topic for an expository article: Historical evidence has proven that ancient peoples had some very effective systems of medical treatment. True False Question #20 Score: TrueFalse The following is a suitable topic for an expository article: Apples are tasty. True False Question #21 Score: TrueFalse The following is a suitable topic for an expository article: Astronauts have walked in space. True False Question #22 Score: TrueFalse Other sentences within a paragraph should change the focus of the topic sentence. True False Question #23 Score: TrueFalse Paragraphs should not use more than one method of organization. True False Question #24 Score: TrueFalse Recognizing main ideas is essential for understanding paragraphs. True False Question #25 Score: MultipleChoice What is deduction in logic? reaching a conclusion by reasoning or inference reaching a conclusion by examining evidence and from it drawing a general principle

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Charles Dickens wrote about the poor because he himself had lived with and observed the poor and because he was sensitive to human suffering. There is no fallacy in this statement.
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The pudding tastes scorched because I forgot to stir it and allowed it to boil too long. oversimplifying the cause.

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The writers John Milton and John Bunyan had much in common. Milton was imprisoned for his support of the Commonwealth. He had difficulties supporting his large family, yet wrote a brilliant epic. In the same way, Bunyan was imprisoned, impoverished, yet strengthened to write a great allegory. Comparison/contrast was used to write this paragraph.
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He put his shirt in a large leather portmanteau. Portmanteau means suitcase.

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The four methods of paragraph development discussed in this unit are: illustration/example, process, compare/contrast and definition.
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Examples of expository composition are: textbook and short story.

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1. Similarity or comparison based on similarities -analogy.
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2. Contrast; opposition - antithesis.
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3. Not influenced by personal feelings - objective.
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5. Arranged in order of occurrence -chronological.
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The purpose of argumentation is to convince the reader of a certain view or opinion by establishing the truth or falsity of it.

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The purpose of exposition is to explain.
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The purpose of narration is to recount an event or series of events, to tell a story.
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St. Bernards are better than Irish Setters. FALSE.
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The following is a suitable topic for an expository article: Apples are tasty. FALSE.
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The following is a suitable topic for an expository article: Astronauts have walked in space. TRUE.
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Other sentences within a paragraph should change the focus of the topic sentence. FALSE.
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Recognizing main ideas is essential for understanding paragraphs. TRUE.

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Deduction in logic is reaching a conclusion by reasoning or inference.
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