Conventions in Writing - Usage - LSAT: Tutoring Solution Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1.

Identify the type of idiom or phrasal verb used in the sentence that follows:

Dracula honestly hoped he'd never run into Van Helsing again.

Question 2 2.

How would you best describe the tone of the sentence that follows?

When she smiled, the room lit up, and everyone was merry; when she scowled, everyone ran for the corners.

Question 3 3. What changes, if any, should be made to the following sentence to make it active voice? The winning home run was hit by the worst player on the team.

Question 4 4.

Please select what type of faulty comparison error, if any, is in the sentence that follows:

It's a well-known fact that theaters are more expensive than staying at home.

Question 5 5. If you can't come up with an original idea while writing an essay _____

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Question 6 6.

Why is the following sentence an idiom?

Magali was excited about the opportunities she would have if she made it into Harvard but was careful not to put the cart before the horse.

Question 7 7.

Please select what type of faulty comparison error, if any, is in the sentence that follows:

Between gelato and ice cream, gelato is sweetest and therefore best.

Question 8 8. Improve the following sentence by selecting one of the choices below. 'Denny loved certain funny jokes.'

Question 9 9.

Please select what type of faulty comparison error, if any, is in the sentence that follows:

Desiree likes chocolate milkshakes more than her brother Desmond.

Question 10 10. One way to check that you have written a clear sentence is to:

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Question 11 11. Which of the following is an example of a mixed structure sentence?

Question 12 12.

How can the following mixed structure sentence be corrected?

''From looking at the textbook helped me understand my mistakes.''

Question 13 13. Why is a separable phrasal verb called separable?

Question 14 14.

Identify the error in the following sentence that makes it unclear:

All of these mixed chocolates are delicious!

Question 15 15. Why is it important to be specific in your writing?

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Question 16 16. What changes, if any, should be made to the following sentence to make it active voice? If you liked it, then you should have put a ring on it.

Question 17 17. One of the things that is NOT important when it comes to writing well is _____

Question 18 18. Which of the following sentences has the BEST diction for achieving a light tone?

Question 19 19.

Please select what type of faulty comparison error, if any, is in the sentence that follows:

Doing what you love will make you happier.

Question 20 20.

If the following sentence is passive, make it active by choosing the most fitting answer below. If it's active, choose 'No change.'

The executive order had been sent by the President to the Joint Chiefs.

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Question 21 21.

Please select what type of faulty comparison error, if any, is in the sentence that follows:

Mustache Dad is the best character in the Twilight series.

Question 22 22. Which of the following is NOT a suggested way to make sure your sentences are clear and easy to understand?

Question 23 23.

How can the following mixed structure sentence be corrected?

''The instructor she taught us how to punctuate sentences correctly.''

Question 24 24. Which of the following is NOT an element of good diction?

Question 25 25.

If the following sentence is passive, make it active by choosing the most fitting answer below. If it's active, choose 'No change.'

The terrorist cell will be handled by Mr. Bond.

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Question 26 26.

How do you change this sentence from passive voice to active voice?

The bloody space battle was fought mostly by children.

Question 27 27.

Which of the following corrects this mixed structure sentence?

''Because you want your writing to be the best it can be, is why you should avoid mixed structure sentences.''

Question 28 28.

Identify the type of idiom or phrasal verb used in the sentence that follows:

Albert was surprised he didn't pass out from the blood loss; apparently, he really was becoming a werewolf.

Question 29 29.

Identify the type of idiom or phrasal verb used in the sentence that follows:

If Jessie didn't get his grades up, he would have to drop out of high school.

Question 30 30.

Which of the following corrects the following mixed structure sentence?

''Although I need to go grocery shopping, but I don't have time.''

Conventions in Writing - Usage - LSAT: Tutoring Solution Chapter Exam Instructions

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