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Q 1 When should you use the present participial form of an adjective?


Q 1 When should you use the present participial form of an adjective?


A. If the noun we want to describe is the cause of the action.

B. If the noun we want to describe is the one affected by the action.

C. If the verb we want to describe is happening in the present.

D. If there is a coordinating conjunction in the sentence


Q 2What is the function of prepositions?


A. To modify nouns.

B. To join words and clauses

C. To show a positional relationship.

D. To describe verbs.


Q3 What is an afterthought?


A. An idea that supports the introduction of an essay.

B. The thought that controls each paragraph.

C. An idea, response, or explanation that occurs to one after writing has been completed.

D. What the writer really wants to say


Q4 What do English speakers in particular look for in cause and effect essays?

A. Universal connections between all things.

B. Humorous descriptions and illustrations of facts.

C. Clear similarities and differences between ideas or topics.

D. Relationships based on tangible facts that the reader can clearly see and understand

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