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Choose the sentence that contains no errors in using quotation marks or italics.   (Points : 3)

 Was the article from The Wall Street Journal reprinted in Reader's Digest?

 Was the article from The Wall Street Journal reprinted in "Reader's Digest"?

 Was the article from "The Wall Street Journal" reprinted in Reader's Digest?

 Was the article from The Wall Street Journal reprinted in Reader's Digest?

Question 2. 2. Choose the sentence that contains no errors in using quotation marks or italics.   (Points : 3)

 Mom printed an article called "Futures in Veterinary Medicine" and left it on the table for you.

 Mom printed an article called Futures in Veterinary Medicine and left it on the table for you.

 Mom printed an article called 'Futures in Veterinary Medicine' and left it on the table for you.

 Mom printed an article called Futures in Veterinary Medicine and left it on the table for you.

Question 3. 3. Choose the sentence that contains no errors in using quotation marks or italics.   (Points : 3)

 Outline the chapter called The Liberty Tree for tomorrow.

 Outline the chapter called The Liberty Tree for tomorrow.

 Outline the chapter called The Liberty Tree for tomorrow.

 Outline the chapter called "The Liberty Tree" for tomorrow.

Question 4. 4. Choose the sentence that contains no errors in using quotation marks or italics. (Points : 3)

 The ship Argo bore Jason on his quest for the "Golden Fleece."
 The ship Argo bore Jason on his quest for the Golden Fleece.
 The ship Argo bore Jason on his quest for the Golden Fleece.
 The ship Argo bore Jason on his quest for the Golden Fleece.

Question 5. 5. Choose the sentence that contains no errors in using quotation marks or italics. (Points : 3)

 Name three words that come from the Latin word radius.
 Name three words that come from the Latin word ‘radius.'
 Name three words that come from the Latin word "radius."
 Name three words that come from the Latin word radius.

Question 6. 6. Choose the sentence that contains no errors in using quotation marks or italics.   (Points : 3)

 Did people actually sit around a campfire and sing "The Streets of Laredo," Dad?

 Did people actually sit around a campfire and sing The Streets of Laredo, Dad?

 Did people actually sit around a campfire and sing 'The Streets of Laredo,' Dad?

 Did people actually sit around a campfire and sing The Streets of Laredo, Dad?

Question 7. 7. Choose the sentence that contains no errors in using quotation marks or italics.   (Points : 3)

 Who broke the sound barrier in an aircraft named Glamorous Glennis?

 Who broke the sound barrier in an aircraft named 'Glamorous Glennis'?

 Who broke the sound barrier in an aircraft named "Glamorous Glennis?"

 Who broke the sound barrier in an aircraft named Glamorous Glennis?

Question 8. 8. Choose the sentence that contains no errors in using quotation marks or italics. (Points : 3)

 Yes, I titled my English composition An Essay on Writing Essays for English Class.
 Yes, I titled my English composition "An Essay on Writing Essays for English Class."
 Yes, I titled my English composition An Essay on Writing Essays for English Class.
 Yes, I titled my English composition An Essay on Writing Essays for English Class.

Question 9. 9. Choose the sentence that contains no errors in using quotation marks or italics.   (Points : 3)

 If I ever write a short story about that day babysitting, I'll call it "Just Another Fine Mess."

 If I ever write a short story about that day babysitting, I'll call it Just Another Fine Mess.

 If I ever write a short story about that day babysitting, I'll call it Just Another Fine Mess.

 If I ever write a short story about that day babysitting, I'll call it Just Another Fine Mess.

Question 10. 10. Choose the sentence that contains no errors in using quotation marks or italics.   (Points : 3)

 Actually, I liked the book Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl better than the film.

 Actually, I liked the book Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl better than the film.

 Actually, I liked the book "Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl" better than the film.

 Actually, I liked the book Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl better than the film.

Question 11. 11. Choose the sentence that contains no errors in capitalization. (Points : 3)

 “Can you see enough to tell,” he asked, “how far away the shore is?”
 "Can you see enough to tell," He mused, "how far away the shore is?"
 "Can you see enough to tell," he asked, "How far away the shore is?"
 "can you see enough to tell," he asked, "how far away the shore is?"

Question 12. 12. Choose the sentence that contains no errors in capitalization. (Points : 3)

 Miguel said, "let me explain." He held up a photograph, saying, "The boys in this picture are my cousins."
 Miguel said, "Let me explain." he held up a photograph, saying, "The boys in this picture are my cousins."
 Miguel said, "Let me explain." He held up a photograph, saying, "The boys in this picture are my cousins."
 Miguel said, "Let me explain." He pointed, saying, "the boys in this picture are my cousins."

Question 13. 13. Choose the sentence that contains no errors in capitalization.   (Points : 3)

 "Those early days of filmmaking," he thought, "must have been fun."

 "Those early days of filmmaking," He thought, "must have been fun."

 "Those early days of filmmaking," he thought, "Must have been fun."

 "those early days of filmmaking," he thought, "must have been fun."

Question 14. 14. Choose the sentence that contains no errors in capitalization.   (Points : 3)

 "yes", he answered, "we would be happy to show you around."

 "Yes," he answered, "we would be happy to show you around."

 "Yes," he answered, "We would be happy to show you around."

 "Yes," He answered, "we would be happy to show you around."

Question 15. 15. Choose the sentence that contains no errors in the use of end marks or commas. (Points : 3)

 "Do not," Mom reminded us, "talk during the movie."
 "Do not," Mom reminded us, "talk during the movie".
 "Do not", Mom reminded us, "talk during the movie."
 "Do not" Mom reminded us "talk during the movie."

Question 16. 16. Choose the sentence that contains no errors in the use of end marks or commas. (Points : 3)

 When the band left the stage, everyone shouted, "Encore"!
 When the band left the stage, everyone shouted, "Encore!".
 When the band left the stage, everyone shouted, "Encore!"
 When the band left the stage, everyone shouted "Encore!"

Question 17. 17. Choose the sentence that contains no errors in the use of end marks or commas.   (Points : 3)

 Did he say, "The park is closed at six"?

 Did he say, "The park is closed at six?"

 Did he say "The park is closed at six"?

 Did he say "The park is closed at six?

Question 18. 18. Choose the sentence that has no errors in capitalization, quotation marks, or end marks. (Points : 3)

 What a beautiful dog! she exclaimed.

 "What a beautiful dog!" she exclaimed.

 'What a beautiful dog!' she exclaimed.

 "What a beautiful dog! she exclaimed!"

Question 19. 19. Choose the sentence that has no errors in capitalization, quotation marks, or end marks. (Points : 3)

 The instructions say that, "we should first assemble the base."
 The instructions say that we should first assemble the base.
 The instructions say that, "We should first assemble the base."
 The instructions say, "That we should first assemble the base."

Question 20. 20. Choose the sentence that has no errors in capitalization, quotation marks,  or end marks. (Points : 3)

 Why did Mrs. Winters say she was not holding her breath?
 Why did Mrs. Winters say, "She was not holding her breath?"
 Why did Mrs. Winters say, "she was not holding her breath?"
 Why did Mrs. Winters say, "she was not holding her breath"?

Question 21. 21. Read the given dialogue. Then choose the answer that tells where paragraph breaks should be made.

"Good morning, Barbara," Mr. Anthony said. "Oh, good morning, sir," the girl answered. "You are up early today," he observed.

(Points : 3)

 A paragraph break should come after the word said.
 A paragraph break should come after the word said and after the word answered.
 A paragraph break should come after the word answered.
 No paragraph breaks are necessary.

Question 22. 22. Read the given dialogue. Then choose the answer that tells where paragraph breaks should be made.

"Thank you for letting us choose one of your puppies, Ms. Williams," Nick said as six frisky collie pups bounded around his feet. "They all seem healthy. That's for sure!" he laughed as one of the pups almost leapt into his arms.  

(Points : 3)

 A paragraph break should come after the word Williams.

 A paragraph break should come after the word feet.

 A paragraph break should come after the word Williams and after the word feet.

 No paragraph breaks are necessary.

Question 23. Choose the sentence with no errors in capitalization or punctuation. (Points : 3)

 "Read Tennyson’s short poem "Crossing the Bar," and memorize the first six lines, Father said.
 "Read Tennyson’s short poem 'Crossing the Bar,' and memorize the first six lines," Father said.
 "Read Tennyson’s short poem "Crossing the Bar," and memorize the first six lines," Father said.
 "Read Tennyson’s short poem Crossing the Bar, and memorize the first six lines," Father said.

Question 24. Choose the sentence with no errors in capitalization or punctuation. (Points : 3)

 Hector remembered, "The lab manual says, 'Be sure that the glassware is clean and dry before adding the mixture.'"
 Hector remembered, "The lab manual says, Be sure that the glassware is clean and dry before adding the mixture."
 Hector remembered, "The lab manual says, "Be sure that the glassware is clean and dry before adding the mixture."
 Hector remembered, "The lab manual says, 'Be sure that the glassware is clean and dry before adding the mixture'."

Question 25. Choose the sentence with no errors in capitalization or punctuation.   (Points : 3)

 "Would you sing "America" for us, Ernie?" asked Anne.

 "Would you sing America for us, Ernie?" asked Anne.

 "Would you sing America for us, Ernie?" asked Anne.

 "Would you sing 'America' for us, Ernie?" asked Anne.


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