Which sentence contains parallel parts? a) In the business world, you must write clearly and with conciseness. b) I would rather drive a car than ride a bike to work. c) Joan is a member of the internal audit committee, a team ;eader, and plays on the company softball team. d) The seminar speaker's talk was motivating
What is wrong, if anything with this sentence? Do you see the pretty girl standing next to the car with the red boots on? a) run-on b) misplaced part c) Properly constructed d) fregment My answer a) ?
What if anything is wrong with the following sentences? The new drug proved to be highly effective, it has no side effects. a) comma splice b)correctly constructed c) lacks parallel parts d)Has unclear pronoun
Is anything wrong with this sentence? Noah Webster, author of the original Webster's Dicionary, believed that a dictionary should contain more than the definitions of words; therefore, he included their etymologies as well. a) comma splice b) dangler c) run-on d) correctly constructed
What if anything is wrong with the following sentence? Noah Webster supported himself through sales of his spelling book over 100 million copies of the book were sold. a) Correct b) run-on c) Dangler d) Misplaced part I think b. Correct?
Which sentence is a comma splice? a) While the lawer propared the case, her assistant checked the report she found no mistakes. b) Because all the members were early, the meeting got underway ahead of schedule. c) Dr. Matheson, speaking as head of the hospital's medical council. d) The secretary handed the report to th
What is wrong with this sentence? Since I no longer maintain an office downtown for working on this kind of project. a) dangler b) misplaced part c) properly constructed sentence d) fragment My answer would be d) Am I correct?
Which one of the sentences is grammatically correct? A) Since we were behind schedule, we had to work quick. B) She felt badly that she arrived so late. C) Of all the students in the class, he asked permission most politely. D) He sure was real smart to figure that out.
Most paragraphs are organized one of five ways.
This handout is intended to help you become more comfortable with the uses of and distinctions among quotations, paraphrases, and summaries. The first part of the handout compares and contrasts the terms, while the second part offers a short excerpt that you can use to practice these skills.
Which one of the following sentences does not illustrate subject-verb agreement? A) Each of the players need a locker. B) He said that the computer is broken. C) There go the members of the cast. D) We knew that rivers flow south. In my opinion, it should be C. Am I correct?
In the following sentence, which word is the object of a preposition? Although learning is often difficult, it can still be enjoyable and will help us in the future. a) although b) difficult c) help d) future
I understand the basic concept of the thesis statement, but I still seem to struggle with actually developing them for my papers. The process is always agony. Can you help?
On my last paper, my instructor crossed out my entire first sentence and nearly half of the words in my introduction. What am I doing wrong?
My conclusion doesn't feel complete. Can you give me some ideas for how to improve it?
My instructor has let me know that my writing is too informal, and that I should work to develop a more formal, academic style. Where should I begin?
I was recently assigned a writiing assignment in my history class. I have to read two different stories about, "was the great awakwening a key to the american revolution." One man says yes, the other says no. Can you tell me what a rebuttle essay is and what the contents of my paper should include. The paper is to be no more tha
I need to answer the following essay question, in no more than 1500 words, using the two attached files as my primary sources. Essay question: 'Victorian moral values were shared by all.' Analyse what was meant by 'moral values' in mid-Victorian Britain, with particular reference to the lives of the working classes. I am
HOW IS THE WORD "BUT" USED IN THE FOLLOWING SENTENCE? MANY PEOPLE MISTAKENLY THINK THAT COLUMBUS WAS POOR WHEN HE DIED IN 1506, BUT HE WAS ACTUALLY QUITE WEALTHY. IS THE WORD "BUT" A CONJUNCTION OR A PREPOSITION IN THAT SENTENCE? PLEASE EXPLAIN YOUR ANSWER.
HERE ARE THE DIRECTIONS: IF THE FOLLOWING PARAGRAPH HAS A TOPIC SENTENCE, TELL WHAT IT IS. IF THERE IS NOT A TOPIC SENTENCE IN THE PARAGRAPH, SUMMARIZE THE MAIN IDEA OF THE PARAGRAPH. IT ALSO STATES THAT THE TOPIC SENTENCE COULD BE THE FIRST SENTENCE OR THE LAST SENTENCE OR ANYWHERE IN BETWEEN--BUT THAT IF IT IS A NARRATIV
INSTRUCTIONS--IF THE PARAGRAPH HAS A TOPIC SENTENCE, TELL WHAT IT IS. IF THERE ISN'T A TOPIC SENTENCE, SUMMARIZE THE MAIN IDEA. HERE IS THE PARAGRAPH: IN MARCH OF 1996, THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT AND THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA ANNOUNCED A PLAN TO IMPROVE EMERGENCY TELEPHONE SERVICE FOR CALIFORNIANS WHO ARE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARI
How do I write a research essay on a topic that I'm not familiar with? I need very specific instructions on how to research and write such an essay.
I can't find a thesis sentence in Nancy Mairs's "On Being a Cripple". If it has a thesis statement,(not one thesis sentence) how do i find it?
Quite often, a student is left to evaluate a piece of literature and then choose a topic for an essay. That essay is dependent upon the class in which the piece of literature is taught. Essays can range from women's issues, both past and present, as it relates from the literary text to an essay that is targeted to a specific, ge
Provide a background on the history and/or development of grammar in respect to the English language.
Enjoyment of reading comes from being challenged by themes and ideas of a short story. Evaluate this statement by making reference to "The Rose" written by Peter Carey. No one has a right to impose their private will upon another. Explain how the reader can detect values and attitudes/assumptions too through the examination
I need to began with a strong introduction on the topic "A place that is good for you and not so exciting for someone else."
I need to revise and edit an online essay for placement in an English class. I would like to have some practice before going in for this online test. Can you provide some essays for me to practice on?
How should I approach a critical analysis essay for GRE?
What is the difference between a noun, verb, adjective, adverb, etc.?