Extra Credit #1

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  • 1. 
    In Letters from the Revolutions, two cousins who exchange letters provide a unique perspective on the American and French revolutions. 
    • Which word would best replace who in the sentence above?
    • A. 

      That

    • B. 

      Which

    • C. 

      Whom

    • D. 

      NO CHANGE

  • 2. 
    The two cousins exchange letters with news about the American Revolution and its effects on their lives these letters comprise the format of the novel.
    • How should the underlined part be revised to correct this run-on sentence?
    • A. 

      Lives, these

    • B. 

      Lives; these

    • C. 

      Lives. While these

    • D. 

      Lives, and while these

  • 3. 
    DeShawn will describe the author’s writing style. 
    • Which sentence pattern was used? 
    • A. 

      Subject – Verb

    • B. 

      Subject – Action verb – Direct object

    • C. 

      Subject – Action verb – Indirect object – Direct object

    • D. 

      Subject – Action verb – Direct object – Object complement

  • 4. 
    At this time, I would like to introduce Jonathan. He will review the acting in the drama. 
    • Which sentence best combines these two sentences? 
    • A. 

      At this time, I will introduce the one, Jonathan, he will review the acting in the drama.

    • B. 

      At this time, so that he can review the acting in the drama, I would like to introduce Jonathan.

    • C. 

      At this time, Jonathan will review the acting in the drama after I introduce him.

    • D. 

      At this time, I would like to introduce Jonathan, who will review the acting in the drama.

  • 5. 
    Paragraph 2 is a summary, not a critique, because the author 
    • A. 

      Outlines the plot without describing the drama’s ending.

    • B. 

      Describes the main character without disclosing the name of the actress who plays this character.

    • C. 

      outlines the drama’s main problem without explaining how the character tries to solve the problem.

    • D. 

      Describes the plot without giving an opinion on the drama’s overall success.