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EXERCISE 18.4 - d The frightened refugees intend on making...

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COM 1101 Bedford Handbook Grammar Dr. J. Parla Palumbo Part IV – Word Choice Name: Date: Class 9___ 1___ Team: EXERCISE 18–4 Standard idioms Edit the following sentences to eliminate errors in the use of idiomatic expressions. If a sentence is correct,  write “correct” after it. Example:          by We agreed to abide with  the decision of the judge.         ^ a. Queen Anne was so angry at Sarah Churchill that she refused to see her again. b. Jean-Pierre’s ambitious travel plans made it impossible for him to comply with the graduate program’s residency requirement. c. The parade moved off of the street and onto the beach.
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Unformatted text preview: d. The frightened refugees intend on making the dangerous trek across the mountains. e. What type of a wedding are you planning? 1. Be sure and report on the danger of releasing genetically engineered bacteria into the atmosphere. 2. Why do you assume that embezzling bank assets is so different than robbing the bank? 3. The wilderness guide seemed capable to show us where the trail of petroglyphs waslocated. 4. In Evan’s cautious mind, packing his own parachute seemed preferable to letting an indifferent teenager fold all that silk and cord into a small pack. 5. Andrea plans on joining the Peace Corps after graduation....
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  • Spring '11
  • Palumbo
  • Anne of Great Britain, genetically engineered bacteria, J. Parla Palumbo, Bedford Handbook Grammar, indifferent teenager fold, ambitious travel plans

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