Grammar Review

Grammar Review - Grammar Review Its easy to tune-out of...

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Grammar Review It’s easy to tune-out of grammar presentations when you aren’t the one presenting, but grammar is important…so let’s test our knowledge with a few exercises covering the issues we’ve discussed thus far. Quote Incorporation Match the sentence to the quote(s) that would require no further changes to be correctly grammatically incorporated into the sentence. _____ 1.) Jean Twenge says, A.) “[g]rade inflation has also reached record highs”(770). _____ 2.) Nevertheless, she would not support B.) “being told you’re great just because you exist”(773). _____ 3.) Twenge also argues that C.) “[D]iscouraging competition is also misguided”(773). _____ 4.) Jean Twenge has a theory: D.) “Self-esteem is an outcome, not a cause”(772). Subject-Verb Agreement Write the correct, present-tense form of the indicated verb in the space provided. 5.) Oil and Vinegar ___________ (to be) my favorite salad dressing. 6.)
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This note was uploaded on 10/02/2011 for the course EXPOS 101 taught by Professor Frank during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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