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 Directions (1-4): Each Sentence below have group of word underlined indicating that something wrong. Choose the option that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

If the books have been cataloged last week, why haven't they been placed on the shelf?

Ahave been cataloged

Bwould have been cataloged

Cwas cataloged

Dwere cataloged

Ehad been cataloged

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Answer: Option D

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 Jessica Mitford wrote The American Way of Death, a best-selling book, that led eventually to an official investigation of the funeral industry.

Athat led eventually

Bthat had led eventually

Cthat eventually led

Dwhich led eventually

Ewho eventually led

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Answer: Option D

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 Sabotage came from the French saboter, which means to clatter with wooden shoes (sabots).

Awhich means to

Bwhich means, to

Cthat means to

Dthat means- to

Ethat means, to

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Answer: Option A

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 In studying an assignment it is wise to read it over quickly at first, than see the major points, and finally outline the material.

Afirst, than

Bfirst: then

Cfirst-then

Dfirst, then

Efirst-than

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Answer: Option D

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 Directions (5-10): Each underlined section corresponds to an answers choice the first underlined section corresponds to choice A. Please select the answers choice the either contains an error or select choice E Which is "No error."
Whom did you talk to at the information desk at the airport? No error.

Awhom

Btalk

Cat

Dairpot

ENo error

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Answer: Option E

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This sentence is correct as it is written.

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 Ellen always got into more trouble than me. No error.

Aalways

Bgot

Cinto

Dme

ENo error

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Answer: Option D

Explanation:

"Than me" in the comparative is incorrect; it should be "than I." This can be deduced by adding a verb to the pronoun to finish the thought: "...than I am," not "...than me am."

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 The title of salutatorian goes to whomever has the second highest academic average. No error.

Asalutatorian

Bwhomever

Cacademic

Daverage

ENo error

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Answer: Option B

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"...to whomever" would only be correct if it is a direct object in all parts of the sentence, e.g. "...to whomever you want." However, in this sentence it is a subject in the prepositional phrase: "... to whoever has..." and thus should be "whoever" so "who" agrees with "has." "Whoever" as subject takes precedence over "whomever" as object.

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 Do you feel good enough to go to the store? No error.

Ayou

Bgood

Ctogo

Dstore

ENo error

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Answer: Option B

Explanation:

How you feel is expressed by the adverb "well," not by the adjective "good," e.g. "I have good feelings."

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 Bolivar, an idol between his contemporaries, has been the inspiration for many modern revolutions. No error.

Abetween

Bcontemporaries

Chas been

Drevolutions

ENo error

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Answer: Option A

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"Between" only refers to two, e.g. "Between you and me;" when modifying more than two, as here since "his contemporaries" refers to many people, "among" is the correct preposition.

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 Birds fly south in the winter threw an instinct not completely understood by scientists. No error.

Asouth

Bwinter

Cthrew

Dscientists

ENo error

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Answer: Option C

Explanation:

The correct spelling of the preposition meaning via or by means of, as it is used here, is "through." "Threw" is the past tense of the verb "to throw."

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