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Danielle is feeling __________, but she performs _________ in

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Danielle is feeling __________, but she performs _________
in her circus act.
a. well, differently
b. good, different
c. well, different
d. none of the above

My ________ plan to open their fifth store.
a. sister-in-laws
b. sisters'-in-law
c. sisters-in-law's
d. sisters-in-law

We ordered two ___________ for the __________ lounge.
a. TVs, employees'
b. TV's, employees
c. TVs', employee's
d. TVs, employee's
e. TVs', employees'

Which sentence is correctly punctuated?
a. They became ill during the long severe winter.
b. They became ill during the long, and severe winter.
c. They became ill during the long, severe winter.

Which sentence is correctly punctuated?
a. “Money”, he exclaimed, “is the root of all evil.”
b. "I don't believe it!, exclaimed Mr. Ripley.
c. He whispered, “I love you,” and then fainted.
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Danielle is feeling __________, but she performs _________
in her circus act.
a. well, differently
b. good, different
c. well, different
d. none of the above

My ________ plan to open their fifth store.
a. sister-in-laws
b. sisters'-in-law
c. sisters-in-law's
d. sisters-in-law

We ordered two ___________ for the __________ lounge.
a. TVs, employees'
b. TV's, employees
c. TVs', employee's
d. TVs, employee's
e. TVs', employees'

Which sentence is correctly punctuated?
a. They became ill during the long severe winter.
b. They became ill during the long, and severe winter.
c. They became ill during the long, severe winter.

Which sentence is correctly punctuated?
a. “Money”, he exclaimed, “is the root of all evil.”
b. "I don't believe it!, exclaimed Mr. Ripley.
c. He whispered, “I love you,” and then fainted.
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35. ________ willing to use ________ calliope. (chapter 5)

a. Their, anybody's

b. They're, anybody's

c. Their, anybodys

d. They're, anybodys

e. They're, anybodys'

36. Almost _______ work would be better than _______. (a. anyone's, her's

b. anyones', hers

c. anyone's, hers

d. anyones, hers

e. anyones', hers'

59. Which sentence is correctly punctuated?

a. Generally speaking, principals are responsible, for the

acts of their agents.

b. Generally speaking, principals, are responsible for the

acts of their agents.

c. Generally speaking, principals are responsible for the

acts of their agents.

60. First talk with Mr. Johnson, then make an appointment with

his supervisor.

a. correctly punctuated

b. add , after THEN

c. change , after JOHNSON to ;

d. remove , after JOHNSON

e. add , after FIRST and after THEN

61. The case against the Dallas based-company was handled in

Seattle.

a. correctly punctuated

b. add - after DALLAS and remove - after BASED

c. add , after COMPANY

d. add - after DALLAS and BASED

e. add - after DALLAS and , after COMPANY

62. Harbor Office Supply (note the new address) has ordered

ten HP calculators.

a. correctly punctuated

b. replace () with - -

c. add , after ORDERED

d. add , after TEN

e. add , after ORDERED and after TEN

63. Door to door peddling isnt one of your high status jobs.

a. correctly punctuated

b. DOOR-TO-DOOR and ISN'T

c. HIGH-STATUS

d. DOOR-TO-DOOR, ISN'T and HIGH-STATUS and add

, after PEDDLING

e. DOOR-TO-DOOR, ISN'T, and HIGH-STATUS

64. Yesterday morning he made an off the record comment to

the reporter.

a. correctly punctuated

b. add - after OFF and THE

c. add , after MORNING

d. add , after MORNING and after COMPANY

e. add - after OFF and THE and add , after MORNING

65. Well, just what would you do, Cheryl, if the situation were

reversed?

a. correctly punctuated

b. remove , before CHERYL

c. remove , after WELL

d. replace , after CHERYL with ;

e. remove , before CHERYL and after WELL

79. Which sentence has a preposition or preposition-related

error?

a. There was a fight between the two men.

b. Cerritos Center is near to my office.

c. They gave a party for Mary and me.

d. Please get a pencil from her.

83. Which one is incorrect?

a. SUBTLE has a silent b.

b. DEBRIS has a silent s.

c. HEIGHT ends with a th sound.

d. MISCHIEVOUS has three syllables.

84. Since I no longer maintain an office downtown for working

on this kind of project.

a. properly constructed sentence

b. fragment

c. run-on

d. dangler

e. misplaced part

85. When packing the order yesterday, one important item was

omitted.

a. properly constructed sentence

b. comma splice

c. lacks parallel parts

d. choppy

e. dangler

86. To keep your files in order, the filing rules must be learned.

a. properly constructed sentence

b. fragment

c. dangler

d. lacks parallel parts

e. misplaced part

87. A child was injured yesterday by a bus on the way home

from school. (chapter 13)

a. properly constructed sentence

b. run-on

c. lacks parallel parts

d. misplaced part

e. dangler

88. Noah Webster, author of the original Webster's Dictionary,

believed that a dictionary should contain more than the

words written in literature. (chapter 13)

a. properly constructed sentence

b. fragment

c. dangler

d. run-on

e. comma splice

89. The main problem for people who grow African violets is

that they stop blooming. (chapter 13)

a. properly constructed sentence

b. run-on

c. fragment

d. lacks parallel parts

e. unclear pronoun

90. The tailor, wanting to keep the sewing machine in perfect

running condition. (chapter 13)

a. properly constructed sentence

b. run-on

c. comma splice

d. fragment

e. choppy

91. Do you see the pretty girl standing next to the car with the

red boots on? (chapter 13)

a. properly constructed sentence

b. run-on

c. fragment

d. choppy

e. misplaced part

92. He finished dinner. He returned to work. (chapter 13)

a. well constructed sentences

b. run-on

c. misplaced part

d. choppy

e. unclear pronoun

93. It is absolutely essential that each and every package be

square in shape. The preceding sentence is an example of

business writing that is _______. (chapter 14)

a. positive

b. negative

c. too formal

d. too informal

e. redundant

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