Ms. Alana Crump
10 May 2016
Essay 4: 1077 words
Superheroes v. the Public
Violent behavior is on the rise in todays society and many attribute the violent behavior to the
violence in video games, television shows, and
9/5/2016 English 101 Syllabus
English Composition 101
Dr. Bruce R. Magee
Fall Quarter 2016
Room: GTM 217
Time: 12:001250 TR
http: / / WWW2.1atech.edu / ~bmagee
Ofce: GTM 22
WORD CHOICE TIP 4 V
Know the difference between who/whoever and whom/whomever.
Who and whoever will be the subjects of verbs. Use these forms when a sentence has a leftover
verb that needs a subject. Read this example:
Nicholas, [who/whom] loathes lima be
WORD CHOICE TIP
Know the difference between theyre, their, and there.
They're, their, and there are three very common words in English. Because they occur so often in a
piece of writing, you must choose the correct form. Otherwise, you will indicate to
Missing agostrophes, overabundant commas, and abused semicolons make Deons
A B C
essay a mess.
Sam and Sara always have extra sugplies, so if you forgot to bring a pencil, ask to borrow
one of theirs.
A My cat Fuzz loves to sleep in inconvenient places. B Lately she prefers the computer table.
C Where her long hair sticks to the mouse pad, covers the keyboard, and clings to the screen of
A Rocking and th
Julina knew that she would never again agree to go out to dinner with James, he expected
her to buy her own meal, tip; the waitress, and chip in for gas.
At a garage sale, Clarence bought four gallons of exterior latex
QUIZ 4A: Subject Pronouns and Object Pronouns
Rewrite the sentences using PRONOUNS to replace the underlined words. Follow the examples.
Peter has a nice bicycle.
He has a nice bicycle
Laura is playing basketball with Roger.
Laura is playing basketball wi
Choose the correct pronoun(s) for each sentence.
1. She/Her went to the store.
2. It was she/her.
3. We talked to he/him.
4. It is I/me.
5. Talk to they/them before making a decision.
6. Can you go with we/us?
7. Betsy and she
Programs periodically conducts college comparability studies, which compare the performance of AP
students on the AP Exam to the performance of college students who take portions of the exam at the
conclusion of a comparable college-level course. The AP P
When I heard Mark Fuhrman's voice saying the word "nigger," I heard a lynch mob. I saw the
grim and gleeful faces of murderous white men. I felt the coarse, hairy rope. I smelled the sap
of the hangin' tree and saw Billie Holiday's "strange fruit" danglin
Randall picked up the tarantula, hoping impress Betty Lou, who had a 10-foot
albino python draped over her shoulders.
When Betty Lou accused Randall of being a coward, he allowed the tarantula to
crawl on his head.
Boom! Boom! We heard