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Question 1


  1. The following sentence contains a grammatical error, _________________________________________.
    A. All of the above.
    B. A kind of person that I loathe is one who is a hypocrite.
    C. A characteristic that I loathe is a person who is a hypocrite.
    D. I loathe a person who is a hypocrite.
    E. A characteristic that I loathe is hypocrisy.

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5 points

Question 2


  1. The following sentence contains a grammatical error, either a faulty predicate or apostrophe error, _________________.
    A. A community that offered a compromise between urban life and country life would be the ideal place to live.
    B. A compromise between urban life and country life would create the best living arrangement.
    C. A compromise between urban life and country life would be an ideal place to live.
    D. I would trade my urban lifestyle for a country lifestyle if I could.
    E. All of the above.

5 points

Question 3


  1. The following sentence contains a grammatical error, either a faulty predicate or apostrophe.
    A. The purpose of cinema is to entertain people.
    B. The purpose of cinema was invented to entertain people.
    C. Cinema was invented to entertain people.
    D. Since the theater’s renovation, the Woodcroft Cinema’s ratings have been extremely high.
    E. All of the above.

5 points

Question 4


  1. The following sentence contains a grammatical error, either a faulty predicate or apostrophe, ____________________.
    A. An example of sexism is a man who hires women on the basis of their appearance.
    B. An example of sexism is the practice of hiring women on the basis of their appearance.
    C. At Methodist University, sexism is against company policy.
    D. All of the above.
    E. None of the above.

5 points

Question 5


  1. The following sentence contains a grammatical error, either a faulty predicate or an apostrophe.
    A. Many new industries developed as a result of advances in e-commerce.
    B. Many new industries occurred as a result of advances in e-commerce.
    C. Despite the advances in e-commerce, consumers continue to purchase high priced goods and services.
    D. Amazon has benefited from e-commerce.
    E. None of the above.

5 points

Question 6


  1. The following sentence contains a grammatical error, either a faulty predicate or an apostrophe error, _____________.
    A. Despite our swift and reflexive response, we found ourselves in a compromised situation.
    B. Our swift, reflexive response drove the opposing army away.
    C. Our response will be swift, full, and reflexive.
    D. The quickness and immediacy of our response will be swift, full, and reflexive.
    E. None of the above.

5 points

Question 7


  1. The following sentence contains a grammatical error, either a faulty predicate or an apostrophe, _________________.
    A. Smith was fired because he lied in his employment application.
    B. The reason for Smith’s firing is because he lied in his employment application.
    C. The reason for Smith’s firing is his lying in his employment application.
    D. None of the above.
    E. All of the above.

5 points

Question 8


  1. The following sentence contains a grammatical error, either a faulty predicate or an apostrophe.
    A. Most people expect major improvements in the future, but they also anticipate some hardships
    B. Most people expect major improvements in the future but also anticipate some hardships.
    C. Most people anticipate economic hardship in the upcoming year.
    D. Most people expect major improvements in the future, but some hardships are also anticipated.
    E. None of the above.

5 points

Question 9


  1. The following sentence contains a grammatical error, either a faulty predicate or an apostrophe error, ____________.
    A. One reason that TV news captured national attention in the 1960s is because it covered the Vietnam War thoroughly.
    B. One reason TV news captured national attention in the 1960s is that it covered the Vietnam War thoroughly.
    C. TV news captured national attention in the 1960s because it covered the Vietnam War thoroughly.
    D. All of the above.
    E. None of the above.

5 points

Question 10


  1. The following sentence contains a grammatical error, either a faulty predicate or misused apostrophe, __________.
    A. Volleyball is a competitive sport; players are often injured when playing on turf instead of a gym floor.
    B. Her greatest accomplishment at the volleyball tournament was acing seven serves in a row.
    C. Her greatest accomplishment at the volleyball tournament was when she aced seven serves in a row.
    D. None of the above.
    E. All of the above.

5 points

Question 11


  1. Identify the sentence as one that contains a faulty predicate, a misused apostrophe, or none of the above, “correct.”
    The reason she cannot with us is because she did not get her math homework done.
    Grammar is where I have most of my writing problems
    A surprise hit song of the late 1970’s was Wuthering Heights.
    Brown and Jones’ evaluation of the government’s policy is flawed.
    Devon took the apple that was supposed to be our’s.
    A. Apostrophe error
    B. Correct
    C. Faulty predicate

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Question 12


  1. Identify the grammatically correct sentence in the answer choices given below:
    A. The result of advertising leads to excessive materialism.
    B. Advertising leads to excessive materialism.
    C. The reason materialism can be attributed to advertising is because of inflation.
    D. None of the above.

5 points

Question 13


  1. Identify the grammatically correct sentence presented in the answer choices below:
    A. Wireless device use has become obsessive.
    B. We have become obsessed with wireless devices.
    C. Despite good intentions, wireless devices have taken over our lives.
    D. None of the above.

5 points

Question 14


  1. Identify the grammatically correct sentence in the items presented below:
    A. American’s have become addicted to opioids.
    B. Americans become to a point of opioid addiction.
    C. Americans become addicted to opioids.
    D. None of the above.

5 points

Question 15


  1. Identify the grammatically correct sentence presented in the sentences groups below:
    A. Finding success in life can be difficult to achieve.
    B. Finding success can be difficult.
    C. Although finding success can be challenging, will power is all we need.
    D. All of the above.

5 points

Question 16


  1. Identify the grammatically correct sentence presented in the sentences below:
    A. First, we should clarify the meaning of success.
    B. Understanding the meaning of success should first be clarified.
    C. Dependent upon hard work and self-discipline, success is guaranteed.
    D. All of the above.

5 points

Question 17


  1. Identify the grammatically correct sentence presented in the items below:
    A. The fact that microwave cooking is dangerous is because of the radioactive waves escape the unit.
    B. The purchase of microwaves are a popular way of cooking.
    C. Microwaves are a popular way of cooking.
    D. None of the above.

5 points

Question 18


  1. Identify the grammatically correct sentence in the items presented:
    A. The fact that our profits are $80,000 is likely to increase.
    B. Our profits were $80,000 and are likely to increase.
    C. The likelihood of $80,000 profit increase pleases all shareholders.
    D. All of the above.
    E. None of the above.

5 points

Question 19


  1. The unleashed dog’s belong to the McIntyres.

5 points

Question 20


  1. Television and the Internet were the decline in students’ reading scores.

5 points

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