Appendix H - 10. A The word...

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Axia College Material Appendix H Comprehensive Grammar CheckPoint Answer Form Enter the correct answer for each item by typing either a or b in the second column. Provide an explanation for each choice in the Rationale column. The boxes expand to accommodate your text. Item Correct Answer (a or b) Rationale 1. A Because "have criticized" doesn't make sense. 2. B Because peer editing require(s) more than one thing. 3. A Are not regulated makes more sense than "is not regulated" for this statement. 4. A Because became is past tense. 5. A Because this statement is for past tense and plural, "took" is not past tense and plural. 6. B Laid is past tense, lay is not. This is a past tense statement. 7. B Am is present tense 8. A Because its present tense 9. A A because its past tense
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Unformatted text preview: 10. A The word "students" is the antecedent of the word "their" 11. B "Patients" is the antecedent to the word "they" 12. 12 This statement is plural, because there could be more than one car 13. B This statement refers to males and females 14. A This statement is plural 15. A This statement is plural, talking about more than 1 person 16. A Because this is speaking of both male and females 17. B This refers to both males and females 18. B The pronoun case is subjective 19. B The pronoun case is Possessive 20. A The pronoun case is subjective 21. A The pronoun case is subjective 22. B The pronoun case is objective 23. A The pronoun case is subjective 24. B Because A is vague 25. A Because B is vague...
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Appendix H - 10. A The word...

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