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Comm 215 Final Exam Answers

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COMM 215 Final Exam Answers
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COMM 215 Final Exam Answers
1. The following word group is a FRAGMENT: That movie, one of my favorites.
2. The following word group is a FRAGMENT: The local baseball team, needing a good pitcher most of all.
3. The following word group is a FRAGMENT: Using a flashlight, he looked under the bed for his shoes.
4. The capitalized verb agrees with the subject: Three employees from our company and one from our competitor WAS fired.
5. The capitalized verb agrees with the subject: Three of my friends LIKE this band.
6. The capitalized verb agrees with the subject: Six girls and one boy WAS in the dance class.
7. Quotation marks are correctly used in the following sentence, the entire sentence is correctly punctuated, and all words in the sentence are correctly capitalized:
“This is a fantastic opportunity”, the salesman insisted.
8. Quotation marks are correctly used in the following sentence, the entire sentence is correctly punctuated, and all words in the sentence are correctly capitalized:
“Are you serious?!?” Fred asked.
9. Quotation marks are correctly used in the following sentence, the entire sentence is correctly punctuated, and all words in the sentence are correctly capitalized:
My best friend said that “She’d heard something like that.”
Part II: Multiple Choice
In the following sentences, identify if the word grouping contains sentence fragments, a comma splice, or a run-on sentence, or if the grouping is a complete sentence.
10. Cats, unlike dogs are fond of sitting on laps.
11. I don’t know what you want me to do, the directions are not clear.
12. While I like bacon, it is not good for me.
13. I like chocolate she likes butterscotch.
“Identify the pronoun error in each of the following sentences”.
14. When one buys insurance, you need to be clear about your needs.
15. The teacher said they were going to grade the test over...

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