(ENG215 -Rsrch & Wrtng) Exrcse 4

(ENG215 -Rsrch & Wrtng) Exrcse 4 - SHANNA...

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Grade for SHANNA HAWXHURST: Unit 5 Grammar & Mechanics Exercise Numeric grade: Letter grade: Comments: (none) < Close Window Autograde Summary These are the automatically computed results of your exam. Grades for essay questions, and comments from your instructor, are in the "Details" section below. Date Taken: 8/3/2009 9:37:21 PM Time Spent: 0:23:58 Points Received: 24 / 24 (100%) Question Type: # Questions: # Correct: True/False 7 7 Multiple choice 14 14 Many Multiple Choice 2 2 Matching 1 1 Grade Details 1. Question: It is correct to begin a sentence with a FANBOY. Your Answer: True False Comments: 2. Question: Who your audience is does not have any major effect on how you write your paper. Your Answer: True False Comments: 3. Question: Minor propositions are support by various kinds of evidence. Your Answer: True False Comments: 4. Question: Refutations are the key elements that estbalish the validity of your claim. Your Answer: True False Comments: 5. Question: A claim should clearly state the writer's position on a debatable topic. Your Answer: True False Comments: 6. Question: A good thesis should always have an antithesis. Your Answer: True False Comments: 7. Question: A thesis and a claim refer to the same thing. Your Answer: True False Comments: Page 1 of 4 8/12/2009 ..
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8. Question: Does the following sentence require a comma before the FANBOY word? - Jack went to the store and bought groceries for tonight's dinner.
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(ENG215 -Rsrch &amp;amp; Wrtng) Exrcse 4 - SHANNA...

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