Run-ons, Fragments, On And Ons, Double Negatives, And Parallel Structure

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Objectives: Identify and correct sentence run-ons, fragments, on and ons, comma splices, and double negatives. Identify and demonstrate parallel sentence structure.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Read the statments below. If the statement is true select True, or if the answer is false select False.Run-on sentences are sentences that contain two or more sentences that are joined together incorrectly.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The given statement is true. Run-on sentences are sentences that contain two or more sentences that are joined together incorrectly. This means that the sentences are not properly separated by punctuation or conjunctions, resulting in a grammatically incorrect structure.

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  • 2. 

    Sentences that are joined together with only a comma is not a comma splice.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    A comma splice occurs when two independent clauses are joined together with only a comma, which is considered a grammatical error. Therefore, the statement "Sentences that are joined together with only a comma is not a comma splice" is incorrect. The correct statement would be "Sentences that are joined together with only a comma are comma splices."

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  • 3. 

    Sentence fragments are missing a subject, verb, or sometimes both.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Sentence fragments are incomplete sentences that lack a subject, a verb, or both. They do not express a complete thought and are considered grammatically incorrect. Therefore, the statement "Sentence fragments are missing a subject, verb, or sometimes both" is true.

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  • 4. 

    A sentence can contain the words hardly and  no and not contain a double-negative.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    A sentence can contain the words "hardly" and "no" and still contain a double-negative. For example, the sentence "I hardly have no money" contains both "hardly" and "no" and also forms a double-negative, as the correct form should be "I hardly have any money." Therefore, the given statement is false.

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  • 5. 

    Parallel sentence structure refers to the repetition of the same type of phrases, clauses, or words in a sentence.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Parallel sentence structure refers to the repetition of the same type of phrases, clauses, or words in a sentence. This means that the elements in the sentence are grammatically and structurally similar, creating a balanced and rhythmic flow. This technique is often used to emphasize ideas, create clarity, and enhance the overall effectiveness of the sentence. Therefore, the statement that parallel sentence structure refers to the repetition of the same type of phrases, clauses, or words in a sentence is true.

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  • 6. 

    Rewrite the run-on sentence correctly using a comma and coordinating conjunction, a semicolon, or a period and complete sentence.The young girl wrote most of her poems without leaving the room, the room provided a quiet space for her to write.

    Correct Answer
    The young girl wrote most of her poems without leaving the room; the room provided a quiet space for her to write.
    The young girl wrote most of her poems without leaving the room. The room provided a quiet space for her to write.
    The young girl wrote most of her poems without leaving the room. The room provided a quiet space for her to write.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is: The young girl wrote most of her poems without leaving the room; the room provided a quiet space for her to write.

    This answer is correct because it correctly uses a semicolon to separate the two independent clauses in the run-on sentence. The semicolon indicates a stronger connection between the two ideas compared to using a comma and coordinating conjunction.

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  • 7. 

    Rewrite the run-on sentence correctly using a comma and coordinating conjunction, a semicolon, or a period and complete sentence. Deidra is my cousin, she is very funny.

    Correct Answer
    Deidra is my cousin, and she is very funny.
    Deidra is my cousin; she is very funny.
    Deidra is my cousin. She is very funny.
    Explanation
    The sentence is a run-on because it combines two independent clauses without proper punctuation. The correct answer options all provide a solution to fix the run-on sentence. They either use a comma and coordinating conjunction (and), a semicolon, or a period to separate the two independent clauses and create two complete sentences.

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  • 8. 

    Rewrite the run-on sentence correctly using a comma and coordinating conjunction, a semicolon, or a period and complete sentence.The dog ran out of the store into the lady's arms and she fell on the ground.

    Correct Answer
    The dog ran out of the store into the lady's arms, and she fell on the ground.
    The dog ran out of the store into the lady's arms; she fell on the ground.
    The dog ran out of the store into the lady's arms. She fell on the ground.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "The dog ran out of the store into the lady's arms, and she fell on the ground." This answer correctly uses a comma and coordinating conjunction (and) to connect two independent clauses.

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  • 9. 

    Rewrite the run-on sentence correctly using a comma and coordinating conjunction, a semicolon, or a period and complete sentence. Our group had several grades to choose from but we chose an 89 instead of a 67

    Correct Answer
    Our group had several grades to choose from, but we chose an 89 instead of a 67.
    Our group had several grades to choose from; we chose an 89 instead of a 67.
    Our group had several grades to choose from. We chose an 89 instead of a 67.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Our group had several grades to choose from, but we chose an 89 instead of a 67." This option correctly uses a comma and coordinating conjunction (but) to separate the two independent clauses. It shows that the group had multiple options for grades, but they specifically chose an 89 instead of a 67.

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  • 10. 

    Rewrite the run-on sentence correctly using a comma and coordinating conjunction, a semicolon, or a period and complete sentence.Mrs. Dees is a literature teacher, she is very challenging.

    Correct Answer
    Mrs. Dees is a literature teacher, and she is very challenging.
    Mrs. Dees is a literature teacher; she is very challenging.
    Mrs. Dees is a literature teacher. She is very challenging.
    Explanation
    The given correct answer provides three different options to correctly rewrite the run-on sentence. Each option uses a comma and coordinating conjunction, a semicolon, or a period and complete sentence to separate the two independent clauses. This creates clear and concise sentences, making the meaning of the sentence more understandable.

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  • 11. 

    Rewrite the run-on sentence correctly using a comma and coordinating conjunction, a semicolon, or a period and complete sentence.Sedell is a great singer sometimes she gets nervous.

    Correct Answer
    Sedell is a great singer, but sometimes she gets nervous.
    Sedell is a great singer; sometimes she gets nervous.
    Sedell is a great singer. Sometimes she gets nervous.
    Explanation
    The original sentence is a run-on sentence because it combines two independent clauses without proper punctuation. The correct answer options provide three different ways to fix the run-on sentence. The first option, "Sedell is a great singer, but sometimes she gets nervous," uses a comma and coordinating conjunction ("but") to separate the two independent clauses. The second option, "Sedell is a great singer; sometimes she gets nervous," uses a semicolon to separate the two independent clauses. The third option, "Sedell is a great singer. Sometimes she gets nervous," uses a period to create two separate sentences.

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  • 12. 

    Rewrite the run-on sentence correctly using a comma and coordinating conjunction, a semicolon, or a period and complete sentence. (Include quotation marks in answer.)"He spoke of where he came from, he cleared his throat."-- Grudnow

    Correct Answer
    "He spoke of where he came from, and he cleared his throat."
    "He spoke of where he came from. He cleared his throat."
    "He spoke of where he came from; he cleared his throat."
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "He spoke of where he came from, and he cleared his throat," "He spoke of where he came from. He cleared his throat," and "He spoke of where he came from; he cleared his throat." These options correctly rewrite the run-on sentence by using a comma and coordinating conjunction, a period, or a semicolon to separate the two independent clauses.

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  • 13. 

    Rewrite the run-on sentence correctly using a comma and coordinating conjunction, a semicolon, or a period and complete sentence.The ground was cracking, the car drove over it, and flipped over in the road.

    Correct Answer
    The ground was cracking; the car drove over it and flipped over the road.
    The ground was cracking, but the car drove over it and flipped over the road.
    The ground was cracking. The car drove over it and flipped over the road.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is: The ground was cracking; the car drove over it and flipped over the road.

    This answer correctly separates the three actions in the original run-on sentence into three separate sentences using a semicolon and a period. This creates clear and concise sentences that are easier to read and understand.

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  • 14. 

    Read the sentence below. Identify the double-negative in the sentence. She hardly does nothing at the house but sit and eat.

    • A.

      Hardly, nothing

    • B.

      Sit and eat

    • C.

      She, hardly

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. Hardly, nothing
    Explanation
    The double-negative in the sentence is "hardly, nothing". The use of "hardly" and "nothing" together creates a negative meaning, indicating that she does not do anything at the house.

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  • 15. 

    Read the sentence below. Identify the double-negative in the sentence. There is not no money for the circus.

    • A.

      For, circus

    • B.

      There, is

    • C.

      Money, for

    • D.

      Not, no

    Correct Answer
    D. Not, no
    Explanation
    The double-negative in the sentence is "not, no." The use of both "not" and "no" creates a negative meaning, indicating that there is money available for the circus.

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  • 16. 

    Read the sentence below. Identify the double-negative in the sentence.I have not had nothing to eat all day!

    • A.

      Not, nothing

    • B.

      Have, not

    • C.

      Nothing, to

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. Not, nothing
    Explanation
    The double-negative in the sentence is "not, nothing." The use of "not" and "nothing" together creates a double-negative, which cancels each other out and changes the meaning of the sentence. In this case, the correct interpretation would be that the person has had something to eat all day, rather than nothing.

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  • 17. 

    Read the sentence below. Identify the double-negative in the sentence.Mrs. Dees don't give us nothing to do for real!

    • A.

      Don't, give

    • B.

      Don't, nothing

    • C.

      To, do

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. Don't, nothing
    Explanation
    The double-negative in the sentence is "don't, nothing". In standard English grammar, when "don't" (do not) is used with "nothing", it creates a double-negative, which is grammatically incorrect. A double-negative cancels out the negation and creates a positive statement. Therefore, the correct sentence should be "Mrs. Dees doesn't give us anything to do for real!"

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  • 18. 

    Rewrite the sentence correcting the double-negative.She has not received no love from her mother.

    Correct Answer
    She has not received any love from her mother.
    She hardly received any love from her mother.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "She has not received any love from her mother" and "She hardly received any love from her mother." The original sentence contains a double negative, which creates confusion and makes the sentence grammatically incorrect. By removing the second negative "no," the sentence is corrected and becomes clear in its meaning. The suggested alternatives convey the same idea, emphasizing the lack of love received from her mother.

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  • 19. 

    Rewrite the sentence correcting the double-negative.I can't hardly buy nothing for Jim for Christmas.

    Correct Answer
    I can hardly buy anything for Jim for Christmas.
    Explanation
    The original sentence contains a double negative ("can't hardly" and "nothing"), which creates a positive meaning. By removing the negative word "can't" and replacing "nothing" with "anything," the sentence is rewritten to convey the intended meaning that the speaker is finding it difficult to buy gifts for Jim for Christmas.

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  • 20. 

    Rewrite the sentence correcting the double-negative.Santrena don't have no money to buy no one else nothing to eat!

    Correct Answer
    Santrena does not have any money to buy anyone else anything to eat!
    Santrena hardly has any money to buy anyone else anything to eat!
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Santrena does not have any money to buy anyone else anything to eat!" and "Santrena hardly has any money to buy anyone else anything to eat!" because they both correctly rewrite the sentence by removing the double negatives and expressing the lack of money that Santrena has to buy food for others.

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  • 21. 

    Read the sentence below. Write the sentence correctly.When she went for ice cream. I wanted to tag along.

    Correct Answer
    When she went for ice cream, I wanted to tag along.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "When she went for ice cream, I wanted to tag along." This answer is correct because it adds a comma after "ice cream" to separate the dependent clause from the main clause. This helps to clarify the relationship between the two clauses and make the sentence grammatically correct.

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  • 22. 

    Read the sentence below. Write the sentence correctly.I think you flunked this test. Because you didn't know what you were doing.

    Correct Answer
    I think you flunked this test because you didn't know what you were doing.
    Explanation
    The given sentence is corrected by removing the unnecessary punctuation mark (period) after "doing". The correct sentence is "I think you flunked this test because you didn't know what you were doing."

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  • 23. 

    Read the sentence below. Write the sentence correctly.I always go shopping. At the mall.

    Correct Answer
    I always go shopping at the mall.
    Explanation
    The given sentence is incorrect because it is divided into two separate sentences. The correct way to write it is by combining the two sentences into one, stating "I always go shopping at the mall." This combines both ideas into a single sentence and provides a clear and concise statement.

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  • 24. 

    Rewrite the run-on sentences below using a comma and coordinating conjunciton, a semicolon, or a period and complete sentence.I heard the beat of the drum, its beat is somber.

    Correct Answer
    I heard the beat of the drum, and its beat is somber.
    I heard the beat of the drum; its beat is somber.
    I heard the beat of the drum. Its beat is somber.
    Explanation
    The given answer correctly rewrites the run-on sentence by using a coordinating conjunction (and), a semicolon, and a period to separate the two independent clauses. These punctuation marks effectively divide the sentence into two complete sentences, making the writing clearer and more concise.

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  • 25. 

    Rewrite the run-on sentence correctly using a comma and coordinating conjunction, a semicolon, or a period and complete sentence. My mother listens to music with me she doesn't like it when I turn it up too loud.

    Correct Answer
    My mother listens to music with me, but she doesn't like it when I turn it up too loud.
    My mother listens to music with me. She doesn't like it when I turn it up too loud.
    My mother listens to music with me; she doesn't like it when I turn it up too loud.
  • 26. 

    Rewrite the run-on sentence correctly using a comma and coordinating conjunction, a semicolon, or a period and complete sentence. I like to play games, I don't like losing.

    Correct Answer
    I like to play games, but I don't like losing.
    I like to play games; I don't like losing.
    I like to play games. I don't like losing.
    Explanation
    The given answer correctly rewrites the run-on sentence by using a coordinating conjunction ("but"), a semicolon, and a period to create separate, complete sentences. Each option effectively separates the two independent clauses to convey the intended meaning.

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  • 27. 

    Read the sentences. Identify the introductory element as a participial or prepositional phrase.Slowing down at the stop sign,the car ran out of gas.

    Correct Answer
    participial
    participial phrase
    Explanation
    The introductory element in the given sentence is "Slowing down at the stop sign,". This is a participial phrase because it begins with the present participle "slowing" and functions as an adjective, modifying the subject "car".

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  • 28. 

    Read the sentence below. Identify the introductory element as a participial or prepositional phrase.After I left the dentist, my teeth started to hurt.

    Correct Answer
    prepositional
    prepositional phrase
    Explanation
    The introductory element in the sentence is "After I left the dentist,". This is a prepositional phrase because it begins with the preposition "after" and includes the object of the preposition "I left the dentist". Prepositional phrases provide additional information about when or where an action takes place.

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  • 29. 

    Read the sentence below. Identify the introductory element as a adverb or adjective clause."Because I could not stop for death, death kindly stopped for me."

    Correct Answer
    adverb clause
    adverb
    Explanation
    The introductory element "Because I could not stop for death" is an adverb clause because it begins with the subordinating conjunction "Because" and functions as an adverb by modifying the verb "stopped." It provides information about the reason or cause for the action of stopping for death.

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  • 30. 

    Read the sentence below. Identify the complete subject and complete predicate by selecting the appropriate answer choice."My brother and I had to got to Chinese school."-- Elizabeth Wong, from "The Struggle to be an All American Girl."

    • A.

      My brother and I

    • B.

      Had to go to Chinese school.

    • C.

      My brother and I/ had to got to Chinese school

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. My brother and I/ had to got to Chinese school
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "My brother and I/ had to got to Chinese school." The complete subject is "My brother and I," and the complete predicate is "had to go to Chinese school."

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  • 31. 

    Read the sentence below. Identify the simple subject in the sentence by selecting the appropriate answer choice.Jamilla and Teja are cheerleaders and members of the student council.

    • A.

      Jamilla, Teja

    • B.

      Cheerleaders and members

    • C.

      Jamilla and Teja

    • D.

      Of the student council

    Correct Answer
    A. Jamilla, Teja
    Explanation
    The simple subject in the sentence is "Jamilla and Teja" because they are the main focus of the sentence and are the ones being described as cheerleaders and members of the student council.

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  • 32. 

    Read the sentence below. Identify the simple predicate by selecting the appropriate answer choice."Who will go to the movies with me tonight?" Asked Kevin.

    • A.

      With me

    • B.

      Tonight

    • C.

      Will go

    • D.

      Go

    Correct Answer
    C. Will go
    Explanation
    The simple predicate in this sentence is "will go". It is the verb phrase that indicates the action of going to the movies. The question is asking about who will perform this action.

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  • 33. 

    Find the direct object in the sentence. Write the word in the space below.John rode his bike to school today.

    Correct Answer
    bike
    Explanation
    The direct object in this sentence is "bike" because it is the object that directly receives the action of the verb "rode". John rode what? His bike. Therefore, "bike" is the direct object in this sentence.

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  • 34. 

    Fin the direct object in the sentence. Write the word in the space below. Melissa made a good grade on her test.

    Correct Answer
    grade
    Explanation
    The direct object in the sentence is "grade" because it is the noun that receives the action of the verb "made." Melissa made what? A good grade. Therefore, "grade" is the direct object.

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  • 35. 

    Find the indirect object in the sentence. Write the word in the space below.The teacher issued Devin his final exam on the computer.

    Correct Answer
    Devin
    Explanation
    In the sentence, "The teacher issued Devin his final exam on the computer," the indirect object is "Devin." The indirect object is the recipient of the action of the verb, in this case, "issued." It answers the question "To whom?" or "For whom?" The teacher issued the final exam to Devin, making him the indirect object.

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  • 36. 

    Find the predicate noun in the sentence. Write the answer in the space below.Devin is the smartest student in the class.

    Correct Answer
    student
    Explanation
    The predicate noun in the sentence is "student" because it renames or identifies the subject "Devin" and is connected to the subject by the linking verb "is."

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  • 37. 

    Find the predicate adjective in the sentence. Write the word in the space below. If there is more than one place commas between each word.Samoria seems nice. Her smile is very delightful and inviting.

    Correct Answer
    nice,delightful,inviting
    nice, delightful, inviting
    Explanation
    The predicate adjectives in the sentence are "nice," "delightful," and "inviting." These words describe the subject "Samoria" and "her smile" and provide additional information about their qualities.

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  • 38. 

    Read the sentence below. Write the clause in each sentence and tell what type of clause it is. Answers should be written like this: who is my best friend, adjective claues.There is a bee that is trying to sting me.

    Correct Answer
    that is trying to sting me, adjective clause
    Explanation
    The clause "that is trying to sting me" is an adjective clause. It modifies the noun "bee" and provides additional information about the bee.

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  • 39. 

    Read the sentence below. Write the clause in each sentence and tell what type of clause it is. Answers should be written like this: who is my best friend, adjective clause.I was the person who made your life a beautiful nightmare.

    Correct Answer
    who made your life a beautiful nightmare, adjective clause
    Explanation
    The clause "who made your life a beautiful nightmare" is an adjective clause because it modifies the noun "person" and provides additional information about the person.

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  • 40. 

    Identify the adverb clause in the sentence.I hurt my leg while I was playing basketball.

    Correct Answer
    while I was playing basketball
    Explanation
    The adverb clause in the sentence is "while I was playing basketball". It functions as a subordinate clause that provides additional information about the action of hurting the leg. The word "while" indicates a specific time frame during which the action took place, and "I was playing basketball" further describes the circumstances surrounding the action of hurting the leg.

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  • 41. 

    Identify the adverb clause in the sentence. Since I am tired, I decided to go to sleep.

    Correct Answer
    Since I am tired
    since I am tired
    Explanation
    The adverb clause in the sentence is "since I am tired". It is introduced by the subordinating conjunction "since" and provides the reason or cause for the action of the main clause, which is "I decided to go to sleep". The adverb clause modifies the verb "decided" and indicates the condition under which the decision was made.

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  • 42. 

    Read the question below. Identify the relative pronoun or subordinating conjunction in the sentence. Lets go to the movies and see that new movie with Jamie Foxx in it.

    Correct Answer
    that
    Explanation
    The relative pronoun "that" is used to introduce a relative clause that provides additional information about the new movie. In this case, "that" is referring to a specific movie mentioned earlier in the conversation or context.

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  • 43. 

    Read the question below. Identify the relative pronoun or subordinating conjunction in the sentence.Kim is going to drive to the game to see the basketball players play,but she does not know who they are playing.

    Correct Answer
    who
    Explanation
    The relative pronoun "who" is used in the sentence to introduce a subordinate clause. It is used to refer to the basketball players and connects the dependent clause "who they are playing" to the main clause "she does not know."

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  • 44. 

    Rewrite the sentence to demonstrate parallel sentence structure.Deidra is an avid reader of the Calhoun Daily Times, and financially supports it by paying fifty-cent for each paper she reads.

    Correct Answer
    Deidra is an avid reader of the Calhoun Daily Times, and a financial supporter by paying fifty-cents for each paper she reads.
    Explanation
    The sentence has been rewritten to demonstrate parallel sentence structure by using "and" to connect the two parallel ideas: Deidra is an avid reader of the Calhoun Daily Times and a financial supporter by paying fifty-cents for each paper she reads.

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  • 45. 

    Rewrite the sentence to demonstrate parallel sentence structure.Listening to classic R&B music, read a book, and shopping are some of my hobbies.

    Correct Answer
    Listening to classic R&B music, reading a book, and shopping are some of my hobbies.
    Explanation
    The correct answer demonstrates parallel sentence structure by using the gerund form (-ing) for each activity in the list: listening to classic R&B music, reading a book, and shopping.

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  • 46. 

    Rewrite the sentence to demonstrate parallel sentence structure.I like to dance, singing, and swam,

    Correct Answer
    I like dancing, singing, and swimming.
    I like to dance, sing, and swim.
    I like to dance, to sing, and to swim.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I like dancing, singing, and swimming." This answer demonstrates parallel sentence structure by using the gerund form (-ing) for all three activities: dancing, singing, and swimming. The other options either mix verb forms (like to dance, sing, and swim) or add unnecessary repetition (like to dance, to sing, and to swim).

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  • 47. 

    Rewrite the sentence demonstrating parallel structure.I love literature because it allows me to escape the real world, learning about different cultures, ,and I get to improve my vocabulary.

    Correct Answer
    I love literature because it allows me to escape the real world, learn about different cultures, and improve my vocabulary.
    Explanation
    The sentence has been rewritten to demonstrate parallel structure by using the verb "learn" in the same form for all the listed reasons for loving literature.

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  • 48. 

    Rewrite the sentence demonstrating parallel structure.Michell is a loving daughter, a giving person, and outstand student.

    Correct Answer
    Michell is a loving daughter, a giving person, and an outstanding student.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the same as the given sentence. It demonstrates parallel structure by using the same grammatical form for each item in the list: "a loving daughter," "a giving person," and "an outstanding student."

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