Comprehensive Grammar CheckPoint
Enter the correct answer for each item by typing A or B in the second column. Provide an explanation for each choice in the Rationale column. The boxes expand to accommodate the text.
Item| Correct Answer(A or B)| Rationale|
1.| B| “her name” assumes female.|
2.| A| “because I’m a girl” implies all girls aren’t good at math| 3.| B| A infers the expectation that Muslims are not nice| 4.| B| Cuban American is not necessary to the context of the sentence | 5.| A| Sentence states fact|
6.| B| A implies all younger people know more about technology| 7.| A| I felt that the “hearing impaired” information is needed to decide the accommodations needed| 8.| B| A assumes that because of the last name, raw fish will be served. Makes general cultural assumption | 9.| B| Second sentence of A is a fragment. It needs a conjunction and a reference to who or what “never found out”.| 10.| B| Sentence A is a fragment and has no subject|
11.| A| B should have a period after “ankles”.|
12.| A| A uses a semi-colon to join 2 closely related ideas| 13.| A| Rule is words ending in y preceded by a consonant, change the y to an i and add es| 14.| B| “Commitment” is spelled incorrectly in sentence A| 15.| B| University is part of the proper name of the school| 16.| A| Days of the week, months, and holidays need to be capitalized; “McDonalds” is a proper noun (place) and needs to be capitalized| 17.| A| Apostrophe is needed in “It’s” to indicate the missing letter (It is).| 18.| A| Rule is add an apostrophe and an s to show the possessive case of plural nouns that do not end in s or es| 19.| A| Add an apostrophe s to form the possessive case of “Robinson”, a singular noun. For “ours’”, the rule is add only an apostrophe if adding the additional s after the apostrophe would make the word difficult to pronounce| 20.| A| A semicolon...