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Unformatted text preview: copy, read it after a time away from it, and look at words rather than ideas. (p. 178) When evaluating, seek all the feedback you can find, especially from peers and experts such as consultants or instructor. 2. Find the buried verbs in the italicized sentence and free them from their tombs by revising the sentence for clarity: The Yankees entered into contract discussions with Cliff Lee with the expectation that his response would be affirmative and immediate. (p. 169) The Yankees discussed a contract with Cliff Lee, expecting him to accept terms immediately. 3. Describe one grammatical problem a writer should look for during proofreading. (p. 173) Two principal grammatical problems are subject-verb number agreement and noun-pronoun number and case agreement. A computers grammar checker can help, but its hardly infallible, so it should be used with caution. Signature _______________________________________ Printed Name ____________________________________...
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