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Summer2011-GEB3213-Business Writing-345816 Review Test Submission: Exam 2 - Chapters 4 and 5 Review Test Submission: Exam 2 - Chapters 4 and 5 User Robin Juratovac Submitted 6/23/11 3:55 PM Name Exam 2 - Chapters 4 and 5 Status Completed Score 21 out of 30 points Time Elapsed 58 minutes, and 29 seconds out of 1 hour and Instructions Please select the appropriate answer choice. Question 1 Logically, a paragraph should Selected Answer: cover a single topic. Correct Answer: cover a single topic. 1 out of 1 points Question 2 If you use too many modifiers or too strong modifiers in your writing, you Selected Answer: could alienate your reader by appearing overconfident. Correct Answer: may sound insincere because of exaggeration. 0 out of 1 points Question 3 Which statement is not a correct guideline for avoiding sexist language? Selected Answer: Use “Miss” if a woman's marital status or preference is unknown. Correct Answer: Use “Miss” if a woman's marital status or preference is unknown. 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points Page 1 of 11 Blackboard Learn 8/31/2011 ..
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Question 4 Which statement contains a dangling expression? Selected Answer: David read the memorandum to Sammy, but he didn't like the new policy. Correct Answer: David read the memorandum to Sammy, but he didn't like the new policy. 1 out of 1 points Question 5 Short and simple words Selected Answer: are less likely than long, complex words to be misused or misunderstood. Correct Answer: are less likely than long, complex words to be misused or misunderstood. 1 out of 1 points Question 6 The appropriate length of a paragraph in a business document depends on Selected Answer: the needs of the reader rather than the convenience of the writer. Correct Answer: the needs of the reader rather than the convenience of the writer. 1 out of 1 points Question 7 Which sentence contains only nondiscriminatory language? Selected
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