Lesson Post Quiz




1. Select the correct sentence (a, b, c, or d) from the four choices. Only one of the four sentences is written correctly, according to correct comma usage.
a) Moreover their network server is not protected from hackers.
b) Moreover, their network server is not protected from hackers.
c) Moreover their network server is not protected, from hackers.
d) Moreover, their network server is not protected, from hackers.
e) Don't Know



2. Select the correct sentence.
a) To convert to kilograms, multiply the number of pounds by .45.
b) To convert to kilograms, multiply the number of pounds, by .45.
c) To convert, to kilograms, multiply the number of pounds by .45.
d) To convert to kilograms multiply the number of pounds by .45.
e) Don't Know



3. Select the correct sentence.
a) Many states like Kansas for example, experience severe tornados every spring.
b) Many states like Kansas, for example, experience severe tornados every spring.
c) Many states, like Kansas for example, experience severe tornados every spring.
d) Many states, like Kansas, for example, experience severe tornados every spring.
e) Don't Know



4. Select the correct sentence.
a) In September, 1999, the contractor obtained a temporary building permit.
b) In September 1999, the contractor obtained a temporary building permit.
c) In September 1999, the contractor obtained a temporary, building permit.
d) In September, 1999, the contractor obtained a temporary, building permit.
e) Don't Know



5. Select the correct sentence.
a) Letters are not the place for apologies nor any business speculation.
b) Letters are not the place for apologies, nor, any business speculation.
c) Letters are not the place for apologies, nor any business speculation.
d) Letters are, not the place, for apologies, nor any business speculation.
e) Don't Know



6. Select the correct sentence.
a) Tom stated, that since 1977 he has owned six two-story, houses.
b) Tom stated that, since 1977, he has owned six, two-story houses.
c) Tom, stated that since 1977, he has owned six, two-story houses.
d) Tom stated that since 1977 he has owned six two-story houses.
e) Don't Know



7. Select the correct sentence.
a) Viola Thompson, 49, Detroit, Michigan, was admitted to the hospital on Friday.
b) Viola Thompson, 49, Detroit, Michigan, was admitted to the hospital, on Friday.
c) Viola Thompson, 49, Detroit Michigan, was admitted to the hospital on Friday.
d) Viola Thompson 49 Detroit, Michigan, was admitted to the hospital on Friday.
e) Don't Know



8. Select the correct sentence.
a) By 2004 25 percent of the companies had folded.
b) By 2004 twenty-five percent of the companies had folded.
c) By 2004, 25 percent of the companies had folded.
d) By 2004 - 25 percent of the companies had folded.
e) Don't Know



9. Select the correct sentence.
a) He was visiting his sister in Oregon but he left when he became ill.
b) He was visiting his sister in Oregon, but he left, when he became ill.
c) He was visiting his sister in Oregon but he left, when he became ill.
d) He was visiting his sister in Oregon, but he left when he became ill.
e) Don't Know



10. Select the correct sentence.
a) One example, offered by a prominent scholar of linguistics illustrates the point.
b) One example, offered by a prominent scholar of linguistics, illustrates the point.
c) One example offered by a prominent scholar of linguistics illustrates the point.
d) One example offered by, a prominent scholar of linguistics, illustrates the point.
e) Don't Know



11. Select the correct sentence.
a) His sister, Ida Camp, could not be located, before May 11.
b) His sister Ida Camp, could not be located before, May 11.
c) His sister, Ida Camp, could not be located before May 11.
d) His sister, Ida Camp, could not be located, before May 11.
e) Don't Know



12. Select the correct sentence.
a) Connecticut, Massachusetts, and, New Hampshire are New England states.
b) Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire, are New England states.
c) Connecticut Massachusetts, and New Hampshire, are New England states.
d) Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire are New England states.
e) Don't Know



13. Select the correct sentence.
a) Tone, like style, ranges across a spectrum, between dull and extravagant.
b) Tone like style ranges across a spectrum, between dull and extravagant.
c) Tone, like style, ranges across a spectrum between dull and extravagant.
d) Tone, like style ranges, across a spectrum between dull and extravagant.
e) Don't Know



14. Select the correct sentence.
a) The diligent proofreader has completed his work, having checked for errors in spelling, punctuation, and capitalization.
b) The diligent proofreader, has completed his work, having checked for errors in spelling punctuation, and capitalization.
c) The diligent proofreader has completed his work, having checked for errors, in spelling, punctuation, and capitalization.
d) The diligent, proofreader has completed his work, having checked for errors in spelling, punctuation, and capitalization.
e) Don't Know



15. Select the correct sentence.
a) The three category codes are sports stories, standings, and results of more than one event.
b) The three category codes are sports stories, standings, and results, of more than one event.
c) The three category codes, are sports stories, standings and results of more than one event.
d) The three category codes, are sports stories, standings, and results of more than one event.
e) Don't Know




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