1. Which of the following skills is most important in learning how to write? A. Knowing how to use the Readers' Guide before you write
B. Knowing how to plan before you write
C. Knowing proper punctuation before you write
D. Knowing proper grammar before you write
2. The most important difference between an outline and finished writing is the A. details.
B. order of events.
C. grammatical structure.
D. source of ideas.
3. A search engine is a way to
A. revise a rough draft.
B. speak with a reference librarian.
C. borrow reference books in the library.
D. find information on the Internet.
4. A CD-ROM is a compact disk that
A. allows you to borrow books from any library.
B. regulates the Library of Congress.
C. contains stored information that can be read on a computer. D. generates random essay topics.
5. What is the most reliable way to get the opinions of experts on any writing topic? A. Call them to set up interviews.
B. Contact them on the Internet.
C. Do research at a library.
D. Write to them and hope for an answer.
6. You need to write an essay about hot air ballooning. You know you've seen a good book on this topic, but you can't remember the name of the book or the name of the author. How could you most easily find this book in the library?
A. Locate the title card for the book in the card catalog.
B. Locate the subject card for the book in the card catalog. C. Locate the author card for the book in the card catalog.
D. Look under "balloons" in the Readers' Guide.
7. Where would you look to find an article on recent fashion trends? A. Card catalog
B. Who's Who
D. Readers' Guide
8. You've settled on an idea for an essay to write. What should you do next? A. Look up your topic in the Readers' Guide and use an article you find as a basis for your plan and outline. B. Plunge right in and start writing. Then create your outline from what you've written. C. Ask the reference librarian to help you make a plan and...
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