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College English Language Arts Questions

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College Grammar
Which of the following is grammatically correct?
  1. Peter walk to school with his brother every day.
  2. Dorothy and Viv lives at the white house with green shutters.
  3. Dorothy, Viv, and their sisters travels for most of the year.
  4. Peter runs home ahead of his brother every day.
College Grammar
Identify the sentence which uses the best grammar.
  1. National news are filled with dramatic stories.
  2. Few in the South are worried about frostbite.
  3. Everyone are thinking about the news these days.
  4. Five percent of working adults is in favor of decreased taxes.
College Reading Strategies
Irony occurs when the
  1. events play out the way the reader expects.
  2. events of a situation provide information.
  3. author's words state one thing but imply the opposite.
  4. author flashes back in time to a previous event.
College Prefixes and Suffixes
Which word means "absence of the government"?
  1. Anarchy
  2. Aristocracy
  3. Autocracy
  4. Autonomy
College Prefixes and Suffixes
Government run by officials is called
  1. Democracy
  2. Bureaucracy
  3. Gerontocracy
  4. Kekistocracy
College Prefixes and Suffixes
Murder of one's children is called
  1. Foeticide
  2. Filicide
  3. Fratricide
  4. Homicide
College Synonyms
  1. structure
  2. escape
  3. agreement
College Odyssey
Who does Antinoos threaten to send Iros if he looses?
  1. The underworld
  2. Pylos
  3. Ekhetos
  4. Ithaca
College Vocabulary
  1. Loath
  2. weaken
  3. overstate
College Vocabulary
  1. ignorant
  2. deserted
  3. populated
College Vocabulary
What is a research tool that provides a list of words with similar meanings?
  1. a thesaurus
  2. a dictionary
  3. an encyclopedia
  4. an atlas
College Vocabulary
  1. put together
  2. take apart
  3. break in half
College Vocabulary
  1. situation/condition
  2. around the world
  3. a round shape
College Adjectives
Which sentence is correct?
  1. He was hit bad in the game last week.
  2. Him was hit badly in the game last week.
  3. His was hit bad in the game last week.
  4. He was hit badly in the game last week.
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