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LSAT Prep: Tutoring Solution Final Exam

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Question 1 1. Which of the following is NOT a suggested way to make sure your sentences are clear and easy to understand?

Question 2 2. Correctly place the commas around the non-essential clause:

Question 3 3.

Determine if the following sentence contains an incorrect modifier.

After falling from a ladder, the firefighter was rushed to the emergency room in a taxi and given blood before surgery.

Question 4 4. Editing for content _____, while editing for mechanics _____.

Question 5 5. Which of the following list of words are transitional words?

Question 6 6. If you choose not to effectively refute potential opposing views, what is a possible outcome of your writing?

Question 7 7. Which of the following is NOT a connotation associated with the word grave?

Question 8 8. Amelia is writing an essay on the pros and cons of pet ownership and has just finished the first two steps of brainstorming. Which of the products below demonstrate the best brainstorming method regarding the pros and cons of owning a pet?

Question 9 9.

In the following sentence, identify the phrases that correctly modify the word 'sheep.'

Startled by the explosion, the sheep began racing around the pen, ignoring the crowds.

Question 10 10. A dependent clause...

Question 11 11. Which essays do not necessarily need a thesis, and why?

Question 12 12. Suppose that you wanted to expand on an idea in your writing to further clarify the meaning for your readers. Which of following transition words or phrases would you NOT want to use?

Question 13 13. Which of the following correctly lists the coordinating conjunctions?

Question 14 14. While some may describe it as antiquated, why is the 5-paragraph essay still so widely used by writers?

Question 15 15. Deciding whether the verb should be singular or plural in 'either/or' and 'neither/nor' sentence structures depends on whether:

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