5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Fix by inserting comma
- no , before a coordinating conjunction
- Use dashes (2 hyphens, no spaces) to
- use of semicolon
- a interrupt your sentnece to introduce new or extra information.
- b onecatch
- c joining two sentence part
- d (to join 2 very similarly constructed sentences, to join sentences using a conjunctive adverb, to join items in a list IF one of them or more of them already has a comma or commas)
- e before and. (or any coordinating conjunction: and, or, but for, so, yet)
5 Multiple choice questions
- attempt to get point across
- incomplete thoughts (usually participial phrases or dependent clauses) punctuated as sentences. To fix: join them back up to the sentnece they belong to.
- revise by reexamining their argument and making sure it works.
Writing process is recursive
- arguing something in your own voice.
- to find fancier or more impressive or more academic seeming words when an ordinary, simple one will do
5 True/False questions
capitalization rule for titles → A Subtitle Is the Same
Rely on the juxtaposition of sentences, not semicolons, to link them in most cases → however, therefore, for example, moreover)
carne → forhiben subject
Parenthetical references → Two purposes 1. to locate a quoted or paraphrased passage in the source (#). 2. to provide any other information not present in the lead in that would be needed to get the reader to the documentation information alphabetized in the Work Cited page.
If they do not fulfill one or both of the purposes--as, for example, when there are no page numbers (website source) and the author's name is present in the lead in), then you do not need a parenthetical reference. qtd. in = quoted in = use when you quote someone quoted your source
Locate paren. ref directly after quoted or paraphrased material (NOT at end of ¶ or after you have commented upon or interpreted it).
real revision → next to each other