lin - Lauren Powell LIN 306 41390 HW #1 September 4, 2009...

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Lauren Powell LIN 306 41390 HW #1 September 4, 2009 Chp 1: 2 a-k; 9 Chp 3: 2,3,4,5,6,8 2. a) Robin forced the sheriff go. * The sentence should say “to go.” b) Napoleon forced Josephine to go. c) The devil made Faust go. d) He passed by a large pile of money. e) He came by a large sum of money.* The verb “came” does not fit in that location in the sentence. f) He came a large sum of money by.* The words chosen do not fit together in this order. g) Did in a corner little Jack Horner sit?* The subject (Jack Horner) should be directly after the question word. h) Elizabeth is resembled by Charles.* The verb should be “resembles” and “is” and “by” are not necessary. I) Nancy is eager to please. j) It is easy to frighten Emily. k) It is eager to love a kitten. The verb “eager” does not work in the sentence. 9. The word “whom” and “who” are often confused in the English language. Some say that there is really a difference between the two, but in actuality they can be used the same. Due to the evolution
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2010 for the course LIN 175000 taught by Professor Lopez during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas-Tyler.

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lin - Lauren Powell LIN 306 41390 HW #1 September 4, 2009...

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