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QUESTION 1
What is a compound sentence?
One independent clause but no dependent clauses
Two or more independent clauses but no dependent
clauses
One independent clause and at least one dependent
clause
Two or more independent clauses and at least one
dependent clause
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QUESTION 2
What is a complex sentence?
One independent clause but no
dependent clauses
Two or more independent clauses but
no dependent clauses
One independent clause and at least
one dependent clause
Two or more independent clauses and
at least one dependent clause
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QUESTION 3
Identify what type of sentence this is:
• Because it was a cold day, she
wore her hat and scarf; she even
wore mittens.
Simple
Compound
Complex
Complex-Compound
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QUESTION 4
Why should a writer not use all short
sentences in a paragraph?
To make the writing less choppy
To avoid boring the reader
To avoid sounding elementary
All of the above
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QUESTION 5
How could the following paragraph be
improved?
• I went to the store yesterday. I
thought I had picked up all of the
groceries I needed. I stood in line
for about 15 minutes. I was just
about to pay when I realized I forgot
eggs. I had to decide whether to
leave the line or just forget the
eggs. I decided I had to have the
eggs. I got out of line and grabbed
the eggs. I came back, and the line
was even longer the second time. I
really don’t like grocery shopping!
By fixing all the fragments
By varying sentence beginnings
By making it all one sentence
There is no hope for this paragraph
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QUESTION 6
Why should writers alternate between short
and long sentences?
To add variety
To vary the rhythm
To emphasize important parts
All of the above
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QUESTION 7
What is a compound-complex sentence?
One independent clause but no
dependent clauses
Two or more independent clauses but
no dependent clauses
One independent clause and at least
one dependent clause
Two or more independent clauses and
at least one dependent clause
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QUESTION 8
True or False: Having all long sentences in
your paper is best because it sounds more
scholarly.
True
False
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QUESTION 9
Identify what type of sentence this is:
• I might have gone to the baby
shower, but I did not find out in
time.
Simple
Compound
Complex
Compound-Complex
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