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Section 1—Grammar Error Correction. Please re-type the sentence in the corrected form below the original sentence. Some of the sentences may have more than one error, and some of the sentences may be correct. If you think that a sentence is correct, write “NO CHANGE.” The errors may be in any of the grammar topics that we covered this quarter (verb tenses, passive voice, gerunds and infinitives, modal verbs, noun clauses, adjective clauses, sentence structure). Each sentence is worth one point. (8 points total)

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

1. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had two siblings, and he live in a large house with his parents and grandmother.

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2. Dr. King’s mother was shot and kill in a church six years after her son was assassinate.

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3. In the United State, black people was not allowed to use white peoples restrooms during Dr. King’s lifetime.

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4. Dr. King couldn’t used the same libraries or parks as white children, and he was not allowed going to the same school.

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5. Dr. King was a minister which led the civil rights movement in the 1950s and 1960s.

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6. Dr. King understood what were African Americans experiencing in the U.S. at that time.

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7. Dr. King was respect by millions of people.

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8. Dr. King will be remember for many years, because he was such an effective and influential leader.

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Section 2—Sentence Types. Type sentences following the directions in parentheses. All of your sentences must be related to the “American Religious Heritage” chapter in American Ways or our class discussions (from Unit 4). Punctuation counts. Each is worth two points. (10 points total)

1. (compound sentence/so)

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2. (complex sentence/because/dependent clause last)

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3. (complex sentence/when/dependent clause first)

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4. (compound sentence/however)

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5. (complex sentence/even though/dependent clause first)

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Section 3—Active and Passive Sentence Writing. Use the nouns and verbs below first to write active sentences and second to write passive sentences. Each sentence is worth one point. (10 points total)

1. the president/cabinet secretaries/nominate

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Passive;

2. people’s freedom of speech/the First Amendment/protect

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3. cabinet secretaries/the Senate/must approve

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4. laws/the Judicial Branch/interpret

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5. the death penalty/thirty four states/use

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Passive:

Section 4—Gerunds and Infinitives. Complete the following sentences meaningfully with either a gerund or infinitive and additional words if necessary. Each answer is worth one point. (5 points total)

1. The class discussed…

2. Ali is trying to persuade…

3. Our teacher usually allows…

4. When I meet people who are new to the U.S., I often recommend…

5. After the soccer game, Maria appeared…

Section 5—Adjective Clauses. Combine these short sentences into one sentence using the second sentence as an adjective clause. Use commas if necessary. Each answer is worth one point. (5 points total)

1. Students in ESL 0189 can take ESL 0179. They want to improve their vocabulary skills.

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2. The bread was baked by my wife. It is on the kitchen counter.

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3. Cardiologists are doctors. These doctors treat heart problems.

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4. The second Tuesday in November is the day. We vote on that day.

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5. Terry teaches a class for students. Their native language is not English.

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Section 6—Noun Clauses. Complete each sentence by changing the question in italics to a noun clause. Each answer is worth one point. (5 points total)

1. Where does the 10:00 section of ESL 0189 meet?

Please tell me…

2. When will the teacher return our tests?

I wonder…

3. Did anyone fail the test?

She doesn’t know…

4. Why did we start the war in Iraq?

…doesn’t matter to some people.

5. Does the president choose the Senate?

Some students don’t know…

Section 7—Modal Sentence Writing. Based on the situations presented below, write sentences using modal verbs

or phrasal modals. Each sentence must use some type of modal. Each is worth one point. (5 points total)

1. What is something that people expect from their politicians?

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2. Yesterday, I lied to my friend, and now she is angry at me. Give me some past advice about my mistake.

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3. What is something that is necessary for doctors to do?

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4. What is something that is unnecessary for doctors to do?

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5. What is something that is prohibited for doctors to do?

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Section 8—Nouns, Articles, Quantifiers Error Correction. Find and correct the errors in the sentences below. Some of the sentences may have more than one error, and some of the sentences may be correct. If you think that a sentence is correct, write “NO CHANGE.” Each sentence is worth one point. (10 points total)

1. One of my favorite movie is Gone with the Wind.

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2. Its important for every pets to have a good home.

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3. Baking pies, cakes, and cookies are my wife’s favorite activity.

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4. The information which he told me was helpful.

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5. Every furniture in that store is beautiful.

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6. He came to these country few years before me.

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7. Many of student in our class come from Africa.

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8. The boss gave each of employees a raise.

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9. The weather in Ohio change very often.

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10. Only one of my brother plays soccer.

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Section 9—American Ways. Answer the following questions which are related to information from American Ways or our class discussions. Your answers must be in complete sentences. The first question is worth nine points, and the second question is worth three points. (12 points total)

1. Name and explain the three pairs of American values that American Ways discusses.

a. Name of Pair:

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b. Name of Pair:

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c. Name of Pair:

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2. 1. Name the three branches of the U.S. government and explain who works in these branches and what their main job is.

  • Branch Name:
  • Branch Name:
  • Branch Name:

Who Works in This Branch:

Main Job:

Who Works in This Branch:

Main Job:

Who Works in This Branch:

Main Job:

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