Final Exam Info and Review

Final Exam Info and Review - WRT 200 Final Exam Review 150...

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WRT 200 Final Exam Review 150 Points Exam Information Thursday, December 17 11:15 am–1:45 pm Location TBD This will be an open-book exam: you will be allowed to use Hopper, your notes, and any other print resources you think would be helpful. It would do you well to tab your text and notes for easy access. Part I: Clauses and Sentence Types (30 points) Bracket the clauses in each of the following sentences. Then identify each clause as dependent (DC-S or DC-R) or independent [IC] (2 points per sentence). Then identify the sentence as simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex (1 point each). _______________ 1. The Salinas River winds and twists up the center until it falls at last into Monterey Bay. _______________ 2. The Santa Lucias stood up against the sky to the west and kept the valley from the open sea, and they were dark and brooding. _______________ 3. I always found in myself a dread of west and a love of east. _______________ 4. Her head was small and round and it held small round convictions. _______________ 5. She felt that people having a good time were wide open to the devil. —John Steinbeck, East of Eden Part II: Restrictive and Nonrestrictive Elements (20 points) Identify whether the underlined element is restrictive (R) or nonrestrictive (NR) (2 points each) and punctuate each sentence accordingly (2 points each). _____ 1. That old farmhouse which belongs to the Gilhoolys
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