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Graded Quiz 2.4: Grammar and Punctuation

Graded Quiz 2.4: Grammar and Punctuation - Question 2...

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Question 2 Incorrect 0.00 points out of 2.00 Directions: Identify the comma splice among the selections. If all answers are correctly punctuated sentence, select “Correct” If all answers contain comma splices, select “No Complete Sentences” Select one: a. Joan was thrilled to discover that she was pregnant; she had spent years undergoing infertility treatments. b. Joan was thrilled to discover that she was pregnant, she had spent years undergoing infertility treatments. c. Joan was thrilled to discover that she was pregnant, so she spent years undergoing infertility treatments. d. Correct e. No complete sentences. The correct answer is: Joan was thrilled to discover that she was pregnant, she had spent years undergoing infertility treatments.
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Question 3 Correct 2.00 points out of 2.00 Directions: Indicate where colons, semicolons, dashes, hyphens, and parentheses are needed. The young child reacted in a predictable way when scolded by her parents _____ pouting. Select one: a. Choice A b. Choice B c. Choice C d. Choice D The correct answer is: Choice C
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Question 4 Correct 2.00 points out of 2.00 Directions: The following sentences contain incorrect verb forms. Choose the correct form from the choices. Hundreds of people, including the mayor, comed to pay their last respects at my grandfather's funeral. Select one: a. Come b. Comes c. Came d. Had came The correct answer is: Came
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Question 5 Correct 2.00 points out of 2.00 Directions: Indicate whether the underlined words or groups of words need capital or lower case letters by selecting the best choice. If an underlined section is correct, select "No change." My coworkers were surprised to learn that Kai is pacific islander because he grew up in San Jose, California. Select one: a. Kai is pacific islander b. Kai is Pacific islander c. Kai is Pacific Islander d. No change The correct answer is: Kai is Pacific Islander
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Question 6 Correct 2.00 points out of 2.00 Directions: The following sentences contain incorrect verb forms. Choose the correct form from the choices. I chuckled as Nikola had burst into laughter over my corny joke. Select one: a. Burst b. Bursts c. Bursted d. Has burst The correct answer is: Burst
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Question 7 Correct 2.00 points out of 2.00 Directions: Identify the standard verb forms of the following sentences. Nicholas _____ for the sales manager position, but someone more qualified was hired. Select one: a. Apply b. Applies c. Applied d. Applying The correct answer is: Applied
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Question 8 Correct 2.00 points out of 2.00 Directions: Indicate whether the underlined words or groups of words need capital or lower case letters by selecting the best choice. If an underlined section is correct, select "No change." "Hush little baby," my grandfather would often whisper softly to me, "Don't say a word." Select one: a. "don't say a word." b. "Don't Say A Word." c. "Don't Say a Word." d. No change The correct answer is: "don't say a word."
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Question 9 Correct 2.00 points out of 2.00 Directions: Indicate whether the underlined words or groups of words need capital or lower case letters by selecting the best choice. If an underlined section is correct, select "No
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