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Grammar Exercise 2 OVERALL SCORE: 90% (9 of 10 Questions Correct) Site Title: Writing Style Quiz: Using Concise Language Date/Time Submitted: Sun Oct 24 2010 08:09:57 AM OVERALL SCORE: 90% (9 of 10 Questions Correct) Site Title: Writing Style Quiz: Active and Passive Voice Date/Time Submitted: Sun Oct 24 2010 08:15:07 AM OVERALL SCORE: 100% (10 of 10 Questions Correct) Site Title: Writing Style Quiz: Parallelism Date/Time Submitted: Sun Oct 24 2010 08:20:06 AM OVERALL SCORE: 100% (10 of 10 Questions Correct) Site Title: Writing Style Quiz: Sentence Variety Date/Time Submitted: Sun Oct 24 2010 08:29:08 AM OVERALL SCORE: 100% (10 of 10 Questions Correct) Site Title: Writing Style Quiz: Clarity Date/Time Submitted: Sun Oct 24 2010 08:32:44 AM Hey there Good effort on your grammar exercises this week. Here are some additional things to consider. Active Sentences Active sentences are shorter, more efficient, and more powerful than passive sentences. The subject of an active sentence performs the action of the verb: “I threw the ball.” The subject of a passive sentence is still the main character of the sentence, but something else is performing the action: “I was thrown [by the horse].” Parallel Structure If two or more ideas are parallel, they are more readable when expressed in
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course ENGLISH com 150 taught by Professor Tere during the Summer '11 term at A.T. Still University.

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