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Southern New Hampshire University ENG 122 SOPHIA English Comosition I Unit 1 Challenge 2. English Composition I Unit 1 Challenge 2 1.1 We spent the day driving around to see some of our favorite ... places in the countryside. In this sentence, the word "countryside" is which part of speech?  a.) Verb  b.) Noun  c.) Pronoun  d.) Adjective 1.2 Maria and her friends enjoy time on the beach every day of their vacation. In this sentence, the word "enjoy" is which part of speech?  a.) Adjective  b.) Pronoun  c.) Verb  d.) Noun 1.3 We enjoyed the beautiful scenery on our long Sunday drive. In this sentence, the word "beautiful" is which part of speech?  a.) Pronoun  b.) Verb  c.) Adjective  d.) Noun 2.1 Nathan, a registered nurse, is working on an admissions essay for a BSN program. Select the sentence from his draft that has a verb tense error.  a.) I will be the first member of my family to earn a college degree.  b.) The program you offer is flexible enough that I can continue to take care of my family.  c.) I went to working at the hospital almost ten years ago.  d.) I have wanted to be a nurse since I was ten years old. 2.2 Nathan, a registered nurse, is working on an admissions essay for a BSN program. Select the sentence from his draft that has a verb tense error.  a.) My son is one of my main reasons for pursuing this degree because I hope to be a role model for him.  b.) I find that being a nurse is like second nature to me since I enjoy making a difference in the lives of others.  c.) My family is so proud of me for making the decision to begin this degree program.  d.) Earning my BSN will be extremely important to me and I was excited to advance my career. 2.3 Nathan, a registered nurse, is working on an admissions essay for a BSN program. Select the sentence from his draft that has a verb tense error.  a.) I think that my many years of experience in the nursing field will help me to be successful in this program.  b.) I am very excited to see what the future holds for me.  c.) I want to continue my nursing training and became a more advanced medical practitioner.  d.) I first started working at the hospital as a nurse more than 10 years ago. 3.1 "The car keys and the map for our destination is lying on the table,” Marilyn reminded her husband. Select the option that corrects the error in subject-verb agreement in this sentence.  a.) Change “reminded” to “remind.”  b.) Change “is” to “was.”  c.) Change “is” to “are.”  d.) Change “reminded” to “reminds.” 3.2 The gorilla at the zoo, along with the chimpanzees, are allowed to play in the new-fallen snow. Select the option that corrects the error in subject-verb agreement in this sentence.  a.) Change “are” to “were.”  b.) Change “play” to “plays.”  c.) Change “play” to “playing.”  d.) Change “are” to “is.” 3.3 Bob and Kim prefers riding on the roller coaster over the ferris wheel. Select the option that corrects the error in subject-verb agreement in this sentence.  a.) Change “prefers” to “is preferring.”  b.) Change “prefers” to “prefer.”  c.) Change “riding” to “rides.”  d.) Change “riding” to “rode.” 4.1 Us, the members of the mayor’s staff, apologize for the late notice, but this month’s city council meeting has been rescheduled. Mayor Filson, whomever serves on the governor’s task force, has been summoned to take part in a legislative session at the state capital. She and her team will be out of town for the week. Please let me know if you have questions or concerns. Select the option that corrects any pronoun errors in this email.  a.) We, the members of the mayor’s staff, apologize for the late notice, but this month’s city council meeting has been rescheduled. Mayor Filson, her serves on the governor’s task force, has been summoned to take part in a legislative session at the state capital. She and her team will be out of town for the week.  b.) Us, the members of the mayor’s staff, apologize for the late notice, but this month’s city council meeting has been rescheduled. Mayor Filson, that serves on the governor’s task force, has been summoned to take part in a legislative session at the state capital. Her and her team will be out of town for the week.  c.) Us, the members of the mayor’s staff, apologize for the late notice, but this month’s city council meeting has been rescheduled. Mayor Filson, that serves on the governor’s task force, has been summoned to take part in a legislative session at the state capital. They will be out of town for the week.  d.) We, the members of the mayor’s staff, apologize for the late notice, but this month’s city council meeting has been rescheduled. Mayor Filson, who serves on the governor’s task force, has been summoned to take part in a legislative session at the state capital. She and her team will be out of town for the week. 4.2 The mayor and myself send our apologies for the late notice, but this month’s city council meeting has been rescheduled. Mayor Filson has been called to jury duty and feels strongly about her responsibility. Her and I discussed the matter and made a decision to hold the city council meeting on Thursday, January 24, in her office. Please contact me if you have questions. Select the option that corrects any pronoun errors in this email.  a.) The mayor and I send our apologies for the late notice, but this month’s city council meeting has been rescheduled. Mayor Filson has been called to jury duty and feels strongly about her responsibility. She and I discussed the matter and made a decision to hold the city council meeting on Thursday, January 24, in her office.  b.) The mayor and myself send our apologies for the late notice, but this month’s city council meeting has been rescheduled. Mayor Filson has been called to jury duty and feels strongly about its responsibility. Her and the me discussed the matter and made a decision to hold the city council meeting on Thursday, January 24, in her office.  c.) The mayor and me send our apologies for the late notice, but this month’s city council meeting has been rescheduled. Mayor Filson has been called to jury duty and feels strongly about her responsibility. She and I discussed the matter and made a decision to hold the city council meeting on Thursday, January 24, in her office.  d.) The mayor and I send our apologies for the late notice, but this month’s city council meeting has been rescheduled. Mayor Filson has been called to jury duty and feels strongly about its responsibility. Her and I discussed the matter and made a decision to hold the city council meeting on Thursday, January 24, in her office. 4.3 Due to unforeseen circumstances, Mayor Filson must regretfully reschedule this month’s city council meeting. Her and her family have been unexpectedly called out of town next week. The meeting will take place this Thursday evening, January 24, in her office. Please contact the mayor or I with questions or concerns. Select the option that corrects any pronoun errors in this email.  a.) She and her family have been unexpectedly called out of town next week. The meeting will take place this Thursday evening, January 24, in her's office. Please contact the mayor or I with questions or concerns.  b.) She and her family have been unexpectedly called out of town next week. The meeting will take place this Thursday evening, January 24, in her office. Please contact the mayor or I with questions or concerns.  c.) Her family and her have been unexpectedly called out of town next week. The meeting will take place this Thursday evening, January 24, in her office. Please contact the mayor or me with questions or concerns.  d.) She and her family have been unexpectedly called out of town next week. The meeting will take place this Thursday evening, January 24, in her office. Please contact the mayor or me with questions or concerns. 5.1 The audience voiced __________ approval by rising in one motion to applaud and cheer. Select the pronoun that agrees with its antecedent to complete this sentence.  a.) my  b.) their  c.) his or her  d.) its 5.2 As a team, we won __________ fifth straight game this month. Select the pronoun that agrees with its antecedent to complete this sentence.  a.) their  b.) its  c.) our  d.) my 5.3 "All of the students should take __________ seats immediately upon entering the room," said the teacher. Select the pronoun that agrees with its antecedent to complete this sentence.  a.) our  b.) your  c.) their  d.) his or her 6.1 Both children jumped up at once to help: Charlie swept the floor __________ his sister washed the dishes. Choose the correct subordinating conjunction to join the two clauses.  a.) because  b.) but  c.) if  d.) while 6.2 I was tired last night, __________ I got in bed and turned off the lights early. Choose the correct coordinating conjunction to join the two clauses.  a.) for  b.) but  c.) and  d.) so 6.3 __________ we tried our best to get to the theater on time, the play had already begun by the time we got there. Choose the correct subordinating conjunction to join the two clauses.  a.) When  b.) Because  c.) If  d.) Although 7.1 Phoebe read the note her little brother had left on the counter: I haven’t washed the dishes yet. I’ll wash them later. After I take the dog for a walk. Here’s an idea. Maybe you would like to wash them for me? Choose the sentence that corrects the sentence fragment in her brother's note.  a.) Here’s an idea, how would you like to wash them for me?  b.) I’ll wash them later, after I take the dog for a walk.  c.) I haven’t washed the dishes yet, I’ll wash them later.  d.) Haven’t washed the dishes yet, will wash them later. 7.2 While eating at a restaurant, Nancy read this on the menu: Since opening our family-owned restaurant in 1979. We are proud to serve the freshest ingredients with the friendliest smiles. Select the sentence that corrects the sentence fragment.  a.) Although our family-owned restaurant opened in 1979.  b.) Opening our restaurant in 1979, it is family owned.  c.) Our family-owned restaurant opened in 1979.  d.) Our family-owned restaurant having opened in 1979. 7.3 Skyler re-read her email before sending it: It was so great to hear from you, Marie. Yes, of course, I’d love to meet for coffee next time I’m in the city. How many years has it been now? Since before our daughters were born. We both know how quickly they’ve grown! Let’s set April 18 as a tentative date, shall we? Choose the option that corrects the sentence fragment in Skyler's email.  a.) Yes, of course.  b.) Knowing how quickly they’ve grown!  c.) So great to hear from you, Marie.  d.) It’s been since before our daughters were born. 8.1 Working with children brings me great satisfaction I have always wanted to be a teacher I love my job. Choose the option that corrects this run-on sentence.  a.) Working with children brings me great satisfaction; I have always wanted to be a teacher, and I love my job.  b.) Working with children; brings me great satisfaction, I have always wanted to be a teacher I love my job.  c.) Working with children brings me great satisfaction, I have always wanted to be a teacher, I love my job.  d.) Working with children brings me great satisfaction I have always wanted; to be a teacher; I love my job. 8.2 We usually have class promptly at 8:00 today it’s different we’re not beginning until 9:00. Choose the option that corrects this run-on sentence.  a.) We usually have class promptly at 8:00, today it’s different; because we’re not beginning until 9:00.  b.) We usually have class promptly at 8:00; today it’s different. We’re not beginning until 9:00.  c.) We usually have class promptly at 8:00, today it’s different, we’re not beginning until 9:00.  d.) We usually have class promptly at 8:00, but today it’s different, we’re not beginning until 9:00. 8.3 Amy reapplied sunscreen to the baby’s face the sun was so hot that she wondered if they should go inside. Choose the option that corrects this run-on sentence.  a.) Amy reapplied sunscreen to the baby’s face the sun was so hot. That she wondered if they should go inside.  b.) Amy reapplied sunscreen; to the baby’s face the sun was so hot; that she wondered if they should go inside.  c.) Amy reapplied sunscreen to the baby’s face. The sun was so hot that she wondered if they should go inside.  d.) Amy reapplied sunscreen to the baby’s face; the sun was so hot that she wondered; if they should go inside. 9.1 The desk lay in pieces on the floor, and Samantha sighed in frustration. Choose the correct placement for the modifier "unable to understand the instructions" in this sentence.  a.) The desk, unable to understand the instructions, lay in pieces on the floor, and Samantha sighed in frustration.  b.) The desk lay in pieces on the floor, and Samantha, unable to understand the instructions, sighed in frustration.  c.) The desk lay in pieces on the floor, unable to understand the instructions, and Samantha sighed in frustration.  d.) Unable to understand the instructions, the desk lay in pieces on the floor, and Samantha sighed in frustration. 9.2 After she got ready for bed, Olivia lifted the heavy book down from the shelf. Choose the best placement for the modifier "carefully" in this sentence.  a.) After she got ready for bed, Olivia lifted the heavy book down from the shelf carefully.  b.) After she got ready for bed, carefully, Olivia lifted the heavy book down from the shelf.  c.) After she got ready for bed, Olivia carefully lifted the heavy book down from the shelf.  d.) Carefully, after she got ready for bed, Olivia lifted the heavy book down from the shelf. 9.3 Choose the sentence that shows the correct placement of the modifier “only” to communicate that Tony doesn’t like vanilla ice cream unless it is on apple pie.  a.) Only Tony likes vanilla ice cream on apple pie.  b.) Tony likes only vanilla ice cream on apple pie.  c.) Tony only likes vanilla ice cream on apple pie.  d.) 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