5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- punctuation of a list
- Open stacks + Library of Congress system of classification
- this)location of thesis statement
- a use only to join sentences with conjunctive adverb, to separate list items IF they have internal commas, to join very short and simple parallel sentences.- use apostrophes only for noun possessives and contractions, never for simple plurals.
- b a, b, and c)
- c forhiben subject
- d opportunity to find related books on a subject next to one another on the shelves.
- e what should happen in introduction and conclusion
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- is typically located at the end of the introductory paragraph in a short (i.e. 10 pages or fewer) paper. research writing begins with a questionargument proceeds via further assertions supported by concrete evidence
- incomplete thoughts (usually participial phrases or dependent clauses) punctuated as sentences. To fix: join them back up to the sentnece they belong to.
- however, therefore, for example, moreover)
- locate the verb and figure out who is the agent (doer) of the verb and make that agent your verb's actual subject.
- next to each other
5 True/False Questions
mnemonic → memory device
referring to titles → = bad writing
marginalia → make notes in the margin
Parenthetical references → to senses, factual, informational
MLA convention → (opinion = statement of what one believes to be true = generally arguable = stronger without "I think")