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ENG 101 Week 1: Assessment 1 - Grammar and  Mechanics Due  Sep 22 at 11:59pm Points  5 Questions  16 Available  Sep 17 at 12am - Sep 29 at 11:59pm  13 days Time Limit  60 Minutes Instructions Assessment 1 - Grammar Due by Saturday, 11:59 p.m. (MT) end of Week 1 (50 pts) Instructions This exam has been designed to assess your understanding of the following learning  objectives:
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Apply grammar and mechanics rules in writing. Media Before you begin this assessment, it is highly recommended that you review the Week  1 lecture and the following readings:  Apostrophes Commas Punctuation Run-ons and Fragments Sentence Structure Subject-Verb Agreement Chapter 4 - Commonly Confused Words.pdf Please note--you should finish this assessment in one sitting. Do not leave the  quiz screen unattended. The quiz will not be reset.  Attempt History Attempt Time Score LATEST Attempt 1 18 minutes 38 out of 50 Score for this quiz:  38  out of 50 Submitted Sep 22 at 8:38pm This attempt took 18 minutes.   Question 1 5 / 5 pts How can you avoid losing your work in case of a technical mishap? Correct!   
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Save often.      I don't have technical issues.    Restart the computer before you start.     Question 2 3 / 3 pts Choose the correct word to fill in the blank (lay, lie) Alex just went to _____ the baby down for a nap. Correct!    lay      lie     Question 3 3 / 3 pts Choose the correct word to fill in the blanks (too, to, two).  The first word choice applies to the first blank, and the second word applies to the  second blank.  Nathan went ____ the museum, _____ .    two; to  
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   too; to   Correct!    to; too      to; to     Question 4 3 / 3 pts Choose the correct word to fill in the blank (lie, lay) I want to _____ down. Correct! Correct Answers lie     Sentence Fragments A sentence fragment is just what it sounds like, an incomplete sentence. They happen a lot in our writing when our mind is going faster than our typing. For example: Bears eat lots of different things. Like fish, plants, and Boy Scouts.
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