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ENG 112.0007: Writing and Research in the Disciplines Bryan Dorschel Dr. David C. Phillips 16 January 2020 (Formal) Standard American English Diagnostic 1.a. Capitalization Error 1.b. Edward Gibbons’ best-known work is the decline and fall of the Roman Empire. 2.a. No Error 2.b. The book “They Say/I Say” by Gerald Graff, Cathy Birkenstein, and Russel Durst contains the essay Don’t Blame the Eater by David Zinczenko. 3.a. Wrong Word 3.b. The stack of books is falling. 4.a. No Error 4.b. While walking to the store, a tree fell on me. 5.a. Subject Verb Agreement 5.b. While an apple and an orange are similar in some respects, each possesses their own unique attributes. 6.a. Wordiness 6.b. I have one pencil, but she has two. 7.a. No Error 7.b. Between the two of them, she is the smartest. 8.a. Comma Error 8.b. The house, which was built in 1953, is old and smells funny. 9.a. No apostrophe 9.b. If I was rich, I would drop out of school. 10.a. No Error 10.b. What day of the week is it today?

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