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agrees with “wear out,” all of which are plural.CONCEPTSubject-Verb Agreement22Kellie,How is the packing for your move coming along? Have you found an apartment yet? Living alone in a new citycan be intimidating at first. Be sure that you form a network of acquaintances quickly so that you have someoneto reach out to when you need help. I know you will love your new job and new adventures in the big city. And Iam always just a phone call away.-JessicaWhich word best describes the tone of the piece of writing?Curious
4/23/2020Sophia :: Welcome15/19JudgmentalSentimentalReassuringRATIONALERemember that tone tells us how the author is likely feeling. To determine the tone, we look for emotional state(positive, negative, or neutral) and words that give clues about specific feelings. We can tell this tone isreassuring because the writer is offering her friend advice while also expressing her confidence that her friendwill like her new job and new city.CONCEPTTone23The dog was wet and muddy, __________ I did not want to pet him.Select the most appropriate transitional word or words to complete the sentence.neverthelessconsequentlybuthoweverRATIONALETransitions help connect two ideas and move from one to the other. Choosing the wrong transitional wordconfuses the sentence’s meaning. In this example, the second idea is caused by the first, which means that theterm “consequently” is correct.CONCEPTTransitions24
4/23/2020Sophia :: WelcomeTwo nations that do not offer paid parental leave, including the United States.
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CONCEPTIdentifying Sentence Fragments25All afternoon, the hammock swayed gently in the warm breeze.Which option correctly identifies the subject and the verb of the sentence?
4/23/2020Sophia :: Welcome17/19Remember that the subject is the actor of a sentence, and the verb is the action in the sentence. In this sentence,

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