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Ch 6: Compass Writing Test: Modifiers & Clauses

About This Chapter

When you watch this chapter's informative video lessons, you'll discover why clauses and modifiers are necessary. Utilize what you learn when you sit for the ACT Compass Writing Test.

Compass Writing Test - Modifiers and Clauses - Chapter Summary

In addition to modifiers and clauses, this chapter focuses on the rules for using definite and indefinite articles. Prepare to pass the ACT Compass Writing Test by learning techniques for using relative clauses and gerunds. This chapter will also teach you to:

  • Distinguish between definite and indefinite articles
  • Avoid the use of misplaced and dangling modifiers
  • Define and use predicates and gerunds
  • Effectively use different kinds of clauses in your writing

These fun and educational video lessons are taught by instructors who will answer your submitted questions. If you prefer, you can learn from the corresponding written transcripts instead. Each of the lessons is followed by a self-assessment quiz. You can also take the chapter practice examination as you prepare to pass the ACT Compass Writing Test.

Compass Writing Test - Modifiers and Clauses Objectives

Taking into account the knowledge you gain from this chapter's animated lessons, you might have an edge when taking the ACT Compass Writing Test. The writing portion of the test consists of one essay question. You'll be required to demonstrate college-level writing skills by taking a stance on a presented issue. Your score on this exam will be used to determine which college-level English courses you'll take.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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