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College English Language Arts Questions

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College Frequently Confused Words
Which is correct?
  1. afterward
  2. afterwards
College Defining Words
Define precise
  1. the communication of an idea
  2. exact in statement, as a person.
College Defining Words
What is the meaning of instrument?
  1. a thing
  2. a mechanical tool used for work
College Defining Words
Define display
  1. to hide or remove from sight
  2. to show or exhibit; make visible
College Conducting Research
What is the difference in format between long quotes and short quotes in essays?
  1. Long quotes are set up without quotation marks, but with the text distinguished from the rest of the essay by an indentation for every line of the quote.
  2. Long quotes are not appropriate to use in an academic paper because using more than 3 lines of someone else’s work can be viewed as plagiarism.
  3. Short quotes should use quotation marks (“ “), while long quotes should be italicized.
  4. None. Short and long quotes are formatted identically in essays.
College Defining Words
Pan is............
  1. a container
  2. a part of the scales for measurement
College Frequently Misspelled Words
Which is correct?
  1. child care
  2. child-care
College Frequently Misspelled Words
Which is correct?
  1. cell phone
  2. cellphone
College Rhetoric and Propaganda
College Frequently Misspelled Words
Which is correct?
  1. associate degree
  2. associate's degree
College Journalism
What is a lead?
  1. The senior reporter at a newspaper
  2. The opening paragraph of a news story
  3. The newspaper with the largest audience
  4. The main character in a news story
College Rhetoric and Propaganda
College Rhetoric and Propaganda
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