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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. high school writing formula
  2. p/a agr (#)
  3. Hjortshoj definition of college paper structure
  4. non sequitur
  5. referring to titles
  1. a (italics for independently published titles such as books and movies, quotation marks for parts of independently published titles, such as works in anthologies or a song on a CD)
  2. b pronoun/antecedent agreement (number) = pronouns must agree in number with their antecedents = "they" cannot refer back to a singular antecedent like "a person." We tend to do this because there is no singular pronoun that can refer to a gender-nonspecific noun like "the person." To fix: pluralize the antecedent so that "they works" or, if possible, specify the antecedent such that another pronoun works, as in "the woman...she."
  3. c 5¶ essay = say what you're gonna say, say it, say what you said
  4. d "Point of departure" (Intro beginning with background info on topic and concluding in thesis statement) + "journey" (show how thesis is true via paragraphs beginning with further assertions supported by evidence) + "Destination" (what can you conclude from all this?)
  5. e not follow raiders word choice

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. say to be true
  2. such as the rule not to write in fragments-if you do so intentionally and successfully for rhetorical reasons . (For my papers, indicate in pencil in the margins if you are intentionally breaking a rule of mechanics, so that I know you know what you're up to.)
  3. First, Last, and All Important Words Are Capitalized (unimportant words = prepositions, coordinating conjunctions, articles, and the to of an infinitive)
  4. words that sound the same but are spelled differently
  5. ≠ editing

5 True/False questions

  1. cs = comma splice(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)

          

  2. r-o = run onSentence and Sentence. (fix r-o by adding a comma before the coord. conj.)

          

  3. use of semicolon(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)

          

  4. Works Cited pagealphabetized, numbered in with rest of paper (student's last name and page # in header), double spaced like rest of paper, cetered title = Works Cited (NOT gigantic or italicized or bold)

          

  5. Fix by inserting commabefore and. (or any coordinating conjunction: and, or, but for, so, yet)

          

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