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UNIV 104 LUO English Assessment Liberty University Online Academy Course Content ... Assignments Review Test Submission: English Assessment Review Test Submission: English Assessment User Heather M... arie King Course 201840 Fall 2018 UNIV 104-B41 LUO Test English Assessment Started 10/1/18 10:18 PM Submitted 10/1/18 11:34 PM Due Date 10/1/18 11:59 PM Status Completed Attempt Score 42 out of 50 points Time Elapsed 1 hour, 15 minutes out of 1 hour and 30 minutes Instructions Questions 2–11. Read each sentence and find the error in academic or formal English in each. There is no more than one error in each sentence. Remember that academic or formal English is the kind of English you are usually asked to write in class; sometimes there is a difference between the way we write something and the way we say the same thing. Questions 13–18. Select the best version of the underlined part of the sentence. Choice (A) is the same as the original sentence. If you think the original sentence is best, choose answer (A). Questions 20–24. These questions are designed to test your reading comprehension skills on a basic and more advanced level. Read the Student Dashboard myBlackboard Resources JFL Library My Profile Heather King 4 Quick Links ← OK Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 1 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMResults Displayed All Answers, Submitted Answers, Correct Answers passages below and mark the letter of the most correct answer. There are no trick questions. Questions 26–29, 31–34, 36–39, 41–44, 46–49, 51–54, 56–58, 60–62. These questions are designed to assess your knowledge of the following elements of writing: content, organization, diction, style, and the various writing modes. Read the passages below and choose the best answer. There are no trick questions. Question 1 Selected Answer: True Answers: True False Questions 2-11. Read each sentence and find the error in academic or formal English in each. There is no more than one error in each sentence. Remember that academic or formal English is the kind of English you are usually asked to write in class; sometimes there is a difference between the way we write something and the way we say the same thing. Answer True or False: I have read the above instructions. Question 2 Selected Answer: If the forest fire that broke out yesterday is not brought under control shortly, an entire village would have to be evacuated. would have 0 out of 0 points 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 2 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMAnswers: If that broke out shortly would have Question 3 Selected Answer: Answers: Like a distance runner, the Dodge Challenger saves its most quickest and most impressive acceleration for the open road. most quickest Like a distance runner its most quickest for Question 4 Selected Answer: Answers: After hearing Smith's surprising report, Detective Meng began to inspect that the witness had been lying. inspect After hearing surprising 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 3 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMinspect had been lying Question 5 Selected Answer: Answers: Shoppers hunting for low prices will be able to find them at this sale; however, he or she should do some comparison shopping first in order to recognize the true bargains. first hunting for he or she first in order to Question 6 Selected Answer: Answers: When the traffic light was installed at the intersection of Broad Street and Washington Avenue, the flow of rush-hour traffic improves noticeably. improves installed at and improves noticeably 0 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 4 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMQuestion 7 Selected Answer: Answers: The validity of the results of any survey depend, in part, on the care with which the sample is chosen. depend depend in part with which is chosen Question 8 Selected Answers: Answers: Because Maria had ran so fast during the first part of the race, she was beginning to tire by the time she reached the steep grade in the middle of the course. had ran had ran so fast to tire by the time Question 9 Selected Answer: Answers: Frank was very good at planning practical jokes; the joke he played on Alice and I was particularly clever. at planning at planning 1 out of 1 points 0 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 5 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMhe played I particularly Question 10 Selected Answer: Answers: Among the nonfictional works of James Baldwin are two volumes of essays that explore the relationship between black intellectuals with society. with Among are explore with Question 11 Selected Answer: Answers: Neither the scientist or her research assistant expect to encounter any difficulty in obtaining funds for the project. or Neither or to encounter obtaining 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 6 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMQuestion 12 Selected Answer: True Answers: True False Questions 13-18. Select the best version of the underlined part of the sentence. Choice (A) is the same as the original sentence. If you think the original sentence is best, choose answer (A). Answer True or False: I have read the above instructions. Question 13 Selected Answer: Answers: Select the best wording of the underlined part of the sentence. If you think the original sentence is best, choose answer A. A failure as an administrator, the general made irrational decisions, he exceeded his authority, and alienating many of the best members of the staff. made irrational decisions, exceeded his authority, and alienated many of the best members of the staff made irrational decisions, he exceeded his authority, and alienating many of the best members of the staff made decisions that were irrational, his authority was exceeded, and he alienated many of the best members of the staff 0 out of 0 points 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 7 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMmaking irrational decisions, exceeding his authority, and many of the best members of the staff were alienated made irrational decisions, exceeded his authority, and alienated many of the best members of the staff Question 14 Selected Answer: Answers: Select the best wording of the underlined part of the sentence. If you think the original sentence is best, choose answer A. It is easy to learn to use the personal computer, and it has replaced the typewriter in most homes and offices. The personal computer is easy to learn to use, because of which it It is easy to learn to use the personal computer, and it It is easy to learn to use the personal computer, but it The personal computer is easy to learn to use, because of which it The personal computer, which is easy to learn to use, Question 15 Select the best wording of the underlined part of the sentence. If you think the original sentence is best, choose answer A. The room, which has been painted white, and it still looks small 0 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 8 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: Answers: and gloomy. Even though the room has been painted white, The room, which has been painted white, and Painting the room white, after which Even though the room has been painted white, Despite the white paint for the room, Question 16 Selected Answer: Answers: Select the best wording of the underlined part of the sentence. If you think the original sentence is best, choose answer A. As students who commute to campus, we feel that you should be excused from class when the weather makes it hazardous for us to drive. we should be excused you should be excused we should be excused those should be excused they should excuse us Question 17 Select the best wording of the underlined part of the sentence. If you think the original sentence is best, choose answer A. Because they were confined to the cramped cockpit of the small experimental plane and the two pilots found the long flight extremely 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 9 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: Answers: uncomfortable. plane, the two pilots plane and the two pilots plane was why the two pilots plane, the two pilots who plane, the two pilots Question 18 Selected Answer: Answers: Select the best wording of the underlined part of the sentence. If you think the original sentence is best, choose answer A. If he would know about the seminar, Rafael would not have called the meeting of the Hispanic Students' Union for the same evening. If he had known If he would know Not knowing Inasmuch as he did not know If he had known Question 19 Questions 20 and 21. These questions are designed to test your reading comprehension skills on a basic and more advanced level. Read the passages below and mark the letter of the most correct answer. There are no trick questions. 1 out of 1 points 0 out of 0 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 10 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: True Answers: True False A free market describes a market without economic intervention and regulation by government except to regulate against force or fraud. The terminology is used by economists and in popular culture. A free market requires protection of property rights, but no regulation, no subsidization, no single monetary system, and no governmental monopolies. It is the opposite of a controlled market, where the government regulates prices or how property is used. The theory holds that within the ideal free market, property rights are voluntarily exchanged at a price arranged solely by the mutual consent of sellers and buyers. By definition, buyers and sellers do not coerce each other, in the sense that they obtain each other's property rights without the use of physical force, threat of physical force, or fraud, nor are they coerced by a third party (such as by government via transfer payments) and they engage in trade simply because they both consent and believe that what they are getting is worth more than or as much as what they give up. Price is the result of buying and selling decisions en masse as described by the law of supply and demand. Free market economics is closely associated with laissez-faire economic philosophy, which advocates approximating this condition in the real world by mostly confining government intervention in economic matters to regulating against force and fraud among market participants. Some free market advocates oppose taxation as well, claiming that the market is more efficient at providing all valuable services of which defense and law are no exception, that such services can be provided without direct taxation and that consent would be the basis of political legitimacy making it a morally consistent system. Answer True or False: I have read the above passage. Question 20 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 11 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: Answers: In a free market economy, which of the protections would the government NOT offer? Protecting individuals' trade interests abroad Protecting personal property Protecting individuals' trade interests abroad Protecting against force Protecting against fraud Question 21 Selected Answer: Answers: Which of these principles or beliefs underlies free market economic philosophy? The belief that buyers and sellers are best equipped to decide among themselves about what is fair and equitable The belief that buyers and sellers are best equipped to decide among themselves about what is fair and equitable The principle that taxation is unfair to citizens because it requires people to pay for services that are used by others The principle that governments are not to be trusted to handle their citizens' economic transactions The belief that all citizens should have equal rights in areas such as voting Question 22 1 out of 1 points 0 out of 0 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 12 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: True Answers: True False Questions 23 and 24. These questions are designed to test your reading comprehension skills on a basic and more advanced level. Read the passages below and mark the letter of the most correct answer. There are no trick questions. Romans 7:14-25: We know that the law is spiritual; but I am unspiritual, sold as a slave to sin. I do not understand what I do. For what I want to do I do not do, but what I hate I do. And if I do what I do not want to do, I agree that the law is good. As it is, it is no longer I myself who do it, but it is sin living in me. I know that nothing good lives in me, that is, in my sinful nature. For I have the desire to do what is good, but I cannot carry it out. For what I do is not the good I want to do; no, the evil I do not want to do—this I keep on doing. Now if I do what I do not want to do, it is no longer I who do it, but it is sin living in me that does it. So I find this law at work: When I want to do good, evil is right there with me. For in my inner being I delight in God's law; but I see another law at work in the members of my body, waging war against the law of my mind and making me a prisoner of the law of sin at work within my members. What a wretched man I am! Who will rescue me from this body of death? Thanks be to God—through Jesus Christ our Lord! So then, I myself in my mind am a slave to God's law, but in the sinful nature a slave to the law of sin." Answer True or False: I have read the above passage. "14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Question 23 Why is Paul so frustrated? 0 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 13 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: Answers: Following God has turned out to be very difficult for him. He wants to do good, but he keeps on doing evil. He feels stifled by the law. Following God has turned out to be very difficult for him. He is dying, and he feels like a prisoner in his body. Question 24 Selected Answer: Answers: In this passage, does Paul, the author of Romans, describe the law as good? Yes, he says it is "spiritual" and "good." Yes, he says it is "spiritual" and "good." No, he thinks it has made him a slave. No, the law makes him do evil, even when he wants to do good. Sort of -- sometimes it is good, and sometimes it is bad. Question 25 Read the paragraph below to answer the following four questions. The foreboding city of Baghdad brings chills of fear that are only penetrated by its transcendent sunsets. The rocky ground just beneath the barrel of my rigid M240B machine gun is carefully scanned for 1 out of 1 points 0 out of 0 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 14 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: True Answers: True False explosives. Just beyond the rocks is the desolate road which mocks my worries by providing the enemy a valued avenue of approach. The brisk draft runs farther down my spine as I hear the eerie prayers shouted from rooftop to rooftop. The hateful noise belongs to the cloaked black figures bowing in unison. In the distance, beyond the menace, an exquisite array of colors pierces my doubts. Finally, my chill is warmed by an orange sun falling slowly out of sight. The clouds dance just above the sun. They remind me of the joy provided by my salvation. It is then I realize, even in the valley of the shadow of death I find peace; the hand of God has painted a magnificent sunset just for me. Answer True or False: I have read the above paragraph. Question 26 Selected Answer: Answers: The author’s use of imagery appeals to all but which of the senses? taste sound sight taste touch Question 27 Selected Answer: The author describes several things, but his overall purpose is to describe the peace God provides amidst fear 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 15 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMAnswers: the brutality of war the city of Baghdad the beauty of God’s creation the peace God provides amidst fear Question 28 Selected Answer: Answers: In which of the following sentences or phrases does the author use personification to describe his threatening surroundings? …the desolate road[…]mocks my worries… The clouds dance just above the sun. …the desolate road[…]mocks my worries… …I hear the eerie prayers shouted from rooftop to rooftop. … an exquisite array of colors pierces my doubts. Question 29 Selected Answer: Answers: Which sentence uses specific and detailed vocabulary to convey the theme? The foreboding city of Baghdad brings chills of fear that are only penetrated by its transcendent sunsets. Just beyond the rocks is the desolate road which mocks my worries by providing the enemy a valued avenue of approach. 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 16 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMThe hateful noise belongs to the cloaked black figures bowing in unison. Finally, my chill is warmed by an orange sun falling slowly out of sight. The foreboding city of Baghdad brings chills of fear that are only penetrated by its transcendent sunsets. Question 30 Refer to the paragraph below in order to answer the following four questions. In censorship, silence is not always golden. The word "censorship” means to silence, limit, or repress information, whether in the media, through music, artistic expression, political, social, theological, or educational information, not within the norms of a particular mode of thought concerning those particular standards that they each support. Rather, it is the control of information showing itself in the form of a boycott, embargo, injunction, restriction, and last but not least, “silence.” Censorship is not permission, a green light, nor an allowance of complete self-expression. In today’s world, the computer’s phrases: “to delete”, “empty recycle bin” or even “erase from the hard drive” could mean censorship. Sometimes people confuse censorship with the thought of limiting it to only a couple of types or that censorship is always valid or deserving. Others think it only comes through a dictatorship type of government. A few examples would be a court-imposed gag order: a judicial judge signs a paper to put a hush order on the media, regarding information that can compromise a case. Still another example, would be by taking the 5th Amendment, individuals can choose to remain silent because the information may only serve to incriminate them. Consequently, it also seems a means of protection for them. Churches have their own laws and standards, some of which in ancient Biblical times even silenced 0 out of 0 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 17 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: True Answers: True False women (1 Timothy 2: 11-14). In censorship, silence is not always golden, even secrets between friends can be a form of voluntary censorship, or not! Answer True or False: I have read the above paragraph. Question 31 Selected Answer: Answers: In the passage, which of the following would not be a clear example of a supporting detail? Others think it only comes through a dictatorship type of government. A few examples would be a court-imposed gag order: a judicial judge signs a paper to put a hush order on the media, regarding information that can compromise a case. Sometimes people confuse censorship with the thought of limiting it to only a couple of types or that censorship is always valid or deserving. Still another example, would be by taking the 5th Amendment, individuals can choose to remain silent because the information may only serve to incriminate them. Others think it only comes through a dictatorship type of government. 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 18 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMQuestion 32 Selected Answer: Answers: Which of the following sentences best defines “censorship” in connotative terms? Rather, it [censorship] is the control of information showing itself in the form of a boycott, embargo, injunction, restriction, and last but not least, “silence.” Rather, it [censorship] is the control of information showing itself in the form of a boycott, embargo, injunction, restriction, and last but not least, “silence.” In censorship, silence is not always golden. The word "censorship” means to silence, limit, or repress information. Still another example, would be by taking the 5th Amendment, individuals can choose to remain silent because the information may only serve to incriminate them. Question 33 Selected Answer: Answers: What mode of writing is primarily used in this passage? Definition Classification Comparison Descriptive Definition 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 19 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMQuestion 34 Selected Answer: Answers: In the passage, which of the following would be considered the topic sentence? In censorship, silence is not always golden. Others think it only comes through a dictatorship type of government. Sometimes people confuse censorship with the thought of limiting it to only a couple of types or that censorship is always valid or deserving. Still another example, would be by taking the 5th Amendment, individuals can choose to remain silent because the information may only serve to incriminate them. In censorship, silence is not always golden. Question 35 Read the paragraph below to answer the following four questions: The wedding process is often trying; however, during my wedding planning, the easiest and most essential aspect was choosing my gown. As soon as my husband proposed, I began purchasing wedding magazines for ideas, but most importantly, I used the magazines in search of dress options. I narrowed my options down to local stores, which had gowns closest to my style. Because department-sized wedding shops can be intimidating, I made an appointment at a small, bridal boutique. I was allowed to choose six gowns to take to the fitting room. In most bridal stores, the dresses are larger than the average woman’s size; therefore, I had a difficult time envisioning myself wearing most that I had chosen to try on. Yet, the first one I picked was similar to all 1 out of 1 points 0 out of 0 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 20 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: True Answers: True False the dresses I envied in the magazines. I put this dress on and knew it had to be mine. I saw no purpose in continuing with my search. It was evident that I had found the perfect gown for my wedding. The preparation for a wedding can be difficult at times; yet, I found the perfect dress to ensure a key element of my wedding day. Answer True or False: I have read the above paragraph. Question 36 Selected Answer: Answers: In this excerpt from the passage, which of the following clauses are dependent: (1)The wedding process is often trying; however, during my wedding planning, the easiest and most essential aspect was choosing my gown. (2)As soon as my husband proposed, (3)I began purchasing wedding magazines for ideas, but most importantly, I used the magazines in search of dress options. (4)I narrowed my options down to local stores, (5)which had gowns closest to my style. (6)Because department-sized wedding shops can be intimidating, (7)I made an appointment at a small, bridal boutique. (8)I was allowed to choose six gowns to take to the fitting room. 2, 5, and 6 1, 2, 3, and 5 1, 4, and 5 2, 5, and 6 5, 6, 7 and 8 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 21 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMQuestion 37 Selected Answer: Answers: What is the point of view and voice of this paragraph? First person, active First person, passive First person, active Third person, active Third person , passive Question 38 Selected Answer: Answers: The author chose six dresses for the fitting room, but she bought the first dress she tried on. What might the author’s purpose be in providing these details? To emphasize how quickly she found the perfect dress. To explain the dress-fitting policies in bridal boutiques. To prove how easy wedding dress shopping should be for all brides. To describe the overwhelming task of dress shopping. To emphasize how quickly she found the perfect dress. Question 39 From the Narrative passage, rewrite this sentence so it is using specific and detailed vocabulary. 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 22 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: Answers: Sentence: In most bridal stores, the dresses are larger than the average woman’s size; therefore, I had a difficult time envisioning myself wearing most that I had chosen to try on. Many bridal stores have designer gowns that are larger than the average woman’s size; therefore, as I tried dresses on, it was difficult to picture myself wearing many of the gowns I chose. Many bridal stores have designer gowns that are larger than the average woman’s size; therefore, as I tried dresses on, it was difficult to picture myself wearing many of the gowns I chose. Bridal stores have a lot of dresses that are bigger than most women’s sizes and are therefore difficult to picture yourself wearing them because they are not my size. It was difficult when I tried them on because they weren’t my size, but they did have a lot of dresses there. Many stores sell only larger sized dresses; therefore, I had a hard time imagining what I would look like in them. Question 40 Read the paragraph below to answer the following four questions. My life after marriage is a far cry from what it was before I married. As a single teenager and the daughter of an evangelistic minister, traveling was a way of life. I packed in less than thirty minutes for a journey of a few weeks to a month. I journeyed all over the United States and some in Canada and Mexico. Now, I find myself hesitating to leave the house to acquire groceries. My week usually consists of departing for church, 0 out of 0 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 23 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: True Answers: True False which is situated across the street. Once upon a time, I knew tens of thousands of people in all the churches we visited; meeting new people as we traveled back to these places yearly. Unfortunately, in my husband’s home town, I have found it difficult to even make new friends or meet new people. Prior, traveling meant that I was surrounded by people all the time. Currently, I spend most of my days alone, seldom leaving my bedroom except to do chores or spend time with the kids. As a minister and minister’s daughter, I found myself in church several days a week; ministering in each service to one degree or another. In my husband’s home church I am seldom asked to minister, yet I still receive calls from time to time asking me to minister in other churches. I do not like traveling alone so I seldom accept many offers to minister outside my home church. This change of lifestyle is the hardest transition of my adult life; from the life I had to the life I have. Answer True or False: I have read the above paragraph. Question 41 Selected Answer: Answers: What specific verb does the author overuse within the paragraph? Minister Transition Minister Leaving Spend Question 42 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 24 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: Answers: What would be considered the main idea of this passage? Marriage causes changes in a person’s lifestyle. Marriage causes changes in a person’s lifestyle. Ministers live a transient lifestyle. Marriage causes wives to be reclusive. Worshipping at a different churches is a blessing. Question 43 Selected Answer: Answers: What type of paragraph is this? Comparison Classification Comparison Definition Description Question 44 Selected Answer: Answers: Which of the sentences below signals an abrupt change in the mode of writing? Once upon a time, I knew tens of thousands of people in all the churches we visited. Once upon a time, I knew tens of thousands of people in all the churches we visited. 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 25 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMI packed in less than thirty minutes for a journey of a few weeks to a month. I journeyed all over the United States and some in Canada and Mexico. I found myself in church several days a week; ministering in each service to one degree or another. Question 45 Read the paragraph below to answer the following four questions. There are basically three different types of boats, which can be somewhat overwhelming to a potential first time boat buyer. The intended purpose a boat will be used for should help determine the type of boat to be purchased. Stream boats are usually small, light, and easy to maneuver from place to place. Most stream boats require only one operator and are typically smaller making them the simplest to use. The next choice one might consider is an inland boat; while an inland boat might be larger than a stream boat, their size is still more maneuverable in smaller bodies of water and can be operated easily by one or two operators in most cases. Most inland boats maintain a somewhat shallower draw (draw is the amount of water required under a boat for it to float) allowing them to maneuver in and out of shallower water. Finally, the last category is the deep-sea boat class; these boats are made for the big, open water and are capable of withstanding much larger waves. In most applications, a deep-sea boat can carry more passengers and cargo than the smaller inland variations, making it the ultimate camper or getaway. Boating is a great time, even when the fish are not biting pick the right size and kind of boat and the fun is increased. So, to avoid feeling in over your head when buying a boat for the first time, make certain to weigh the options of the different classifications of boats; the first time boat buyer needs to assess the facts and various models to make the best selection. 0 out of 0 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 26 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: True Answers: True False Answer True or False: I have read the above paragraph. Question 46 Selected Answer: Answers: Which phrase least effectively describes the final type of boat class? More maneuverable Made for the big, open water Withstanding much larger waves Can carry more passengers More maneuverable Question 47 Selected Answer: Answers: Which mode of writing is used in this passage? classification classification comparison definition narrative Question 48 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 27 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: Answers: Which sentence signals an abrupt change in point of view from third person “one” to second person “you”? So, to avoid feeling in over your head, make certain to weight the options of the different classifications of boats. Most stream boats are usually small, light, an easy to maneuver form place to place. So, to avoid feeling in over your head, make certain to weight the options of the different classifications of boats. Most inland boats maintain a somewhat shallower draw. The next choice one might consider is an inland boat. Question 49 Selected Answer: Answers: How could the author achieve credibility in this passage? By using sources to support his/her main claims By addressing the audience using second person point of view By using sources to support his/her main claims By providing more details regarding the three classification of boats By adding personal experiences Question 50 Read the below paragraph to answer the following four questions. 1 out of 1 points 0 out of 0 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 28 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: True Answers: True False Many features combine to create the perfect football experience; these features include: the competition between the two teams, the fans, and the setting. The competition between the two football teams brings everyone to the stadium for the game. These two opposing and talented groups come prepared for the game, having practiced for weeks. The chemistry created by the fierce athletes, driven to win, stirs up tension between the two groups of fans, who come ready to cheer on their team. These eager and zealous fans show their support through screams, standing, shouting, jumping up and down, and blowing horns. Marching bands and cheerleaders also show their support. The marching bands play different songs in the stands like “Hey, Baby” or “Go, Big Red!” The cheerleaders cheer their hearts out to inspire the fans to get excited about the conflict on the field. The football game setting also contributes to the perfect football experience. The crisp, fall air inspires fans to wear sweatshirts and bring fleece blankets. The big, blaring lights draw attention to the activity on the field, even in the dark of night. Warm hot chocolate, hot dogs, and nachos add to the overall football experience. All of these elements, the competition, the fans, and the setting, combine to create the perfect, football experience. Answer True or False: I have read the above paragraph. Question 51 Selected Answer: Which of the following sentences is a strong transitional sentence from one supporting detail about the topic to the next? All of these elements, the competition, the fans, and the setting, combine to create the perfect, football experience. 0 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 29 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMAnswers: The chemistry created by the fierce athletes, driven to win, stirs up tension between the two groups of fans, who come ready to cheer on their team. Many features combine to create the perfect football experience; these features include: the competition between the two teams, the fans, and the setting. The marching bands play different songs in the stands like “Hey, Baby” or “Go, Big Red!” All of these elements, the competition, the fans, and the setting, combine to create the perfect, football experience. Question 52 Selected Answer: Answers: From the passage, identify the cliché in the following sentences. “The crisp, fall air inspires fans to wear sweatshirts and bring fleece blankets. The big, blaring lights draw attention to the activity on the field, even in the dark of night. Warm hot chocolate, hot dogs, and nachos add to the overall football experience.” the dark of night inspires fans to wear sweatshirts The big, blaring lights the dark of night Warm hot chocolate Question 53 Which of the following is most likely the author’s intended audience? 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 30 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: Answers: someone unfamiliar with football game events someone unfamiliar with football game events someone familiar with football game events football team managers and owners high school football team players Question 54 Selected Answer: Answers: Based on the topic sentence in the passage, what are the main points? fierce athletes, competition, and setting fierce athletes, competition, and setting competition, setting, and fans marching band, fierce athletes, and competition teams, setting, and competition Question 55 Read the below Essay to answer the following three questions. Essay: Operating Room Housekeepers (1)When a person visits a hotel, hospital, or a shopping center, a person may encounter a housekeeper from time to time, trying to keep that particular type of facility clean. He or she may see a housekeeper cleaning a room in a hotel, emptying trash cans in a shopping center, or using an automatic scrubber to maintain the main hallways of a hospital. The operating room housekeeper, however, most likely has the most unique job of any other 0 out of 1 points 0 out of 0 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 31 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMhousekeeping position, due to the environment, the surroundings he or she can work in, the dress code that is required to work in surgery, and the many dangers he or she will face on a daily basis. (2)The operating room housekeeper must become familiar with his or her surroundings; becoming familiar with the surroundings inside and outside the operating room will help the housekeeper stay safe and help him/her clean each operating room efficiently. Knowing where the overhead lights and monitors are in an operating room can be the difference, preventing a housekeeper from getting injured on the job and cleaning the room properly. Also, a housekeeper must wear the proper uniform before entering the surgery area to help prevent infections. (3)Housekeepers must wear a surgery blues uniform before entering the surgery area, no street clothes or any other housekeeping uniform is allowed in the surgery; this is to help prevent the spread of infections in the surgery area. A housekeeper is also required to wear a mask, hat, and shoe covers before entering an operating room or center core area, this is not only to protect housekeepers from a patient that may have an infection, he or she may encounter while working in surgery; this also protects the patient, and helps protect the housekeeper from many other dangers he or she will encounter while cleaning in surgery. (4)Housekeepers face many dangers everyday while cleaning operating rooms, such as: needle sticks, broken glass, blood spills, and overhead lights in the operating rooms. A housekeeper needs to know how to protect themselves from these types of hazards; needles found in an operating room must be handled with care, knowing how to dispose them properly can prevent a housekeeper from getting a needle stick. Blood spills and broken glass must be handled with caution, especially if broken glass is found with blood present; having the proper tools and equipment will help the housekeeper from getting cut on the broken glass. Handling these types of situations properly will help the housekeeper stay safe and cleaning the rooms more enjoyable. Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 32 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: True Answers: True False (5)There are many things a housekeeper must be aware of while working in the surgery area, he or she can encounter many dangers on a daily basis; however, with proper training and education, the housekeeper can be prepared for any situation he or she may encounter while working in surgery. Knowing what to do can help a housekeeper clean more efficiently and avoid any serious injuries while working in one of the most unique environments a housekeeper can work in. Answer True or False: I have read the above essay. Question 56 Selected Answer: Answers: Which of the following serves as the best revision for the second half of the sentence below? Sentence: A housekeeper needs to know how to protect themselves from these types of hazards; needles found in an operating room must be handled with care, knowing how to dispose them properly can prevent a housekeeper from getting a needle stick. needles found in an operating room must be handled with care because knowing how to dispose of them properly can prevent a housekeeper from getting a needle stick. needles found in an operating room must be handled with care, as to knowing how to dispose them properly can prevent a housekeeper from getting a needle stick. 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 33 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMneedles found in an operating room must be handled with care, and knowing how to dispose them properly can prevent a housekeeper from getting a needle stick. needles found in an operating room must be handled with care because knowing how to dispose of them properly can prevent a housekeeper from getting a needle stick. needles found in an operating room are handled with care, to know how to dispose of them properly can prevent a housekeeper from getting a needle stick. Question 57 Selected Answer: Answers: Which of the following is the best revision of this sentence? Sentence: Housekeepers must wear a surgery blues uniform before entering the surgery area, no street clothes or any other housekeeping uniform is allowed in the surgery; this is to help prevent the spread of infections in the surgery area. To help prevent the spread of infections in the surgery area, housekeepers must wear surgery blues uniforms, not street clothes or any other housekeeping uniform. Housekeepers must wear a surgery blues uniform before entering the surgery area, so that no street clothes or any other housekeeping uniform is allowed in the surgery; this is to help prevent the spread of infections in the surgery area. 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 34 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMHousekeepers must wear surgery blues uniforms before entering the surgery area, no street clothes or any other housekeeping uniform; this is to help prevent the spread of infections in the surgery area. Housekeepers must wear a surgery blues uniform before entering the surgery area, because no street clothes or any other housekeeping uniform is allowed in the surgery to help prevent the spread of infections in the surgery area. To help prevent the spread of infections in the surgery area, housekeepers must wear surgery blues uniforms, not street clothes or any other housekeeping uniform. Question 58 Selected Answer: Which of the following sentences is the best revision of the thesis statement (the last sentence in the first paragraph)? Sentence: The operating room housekeeper, however, most likely has the most unique job of any other housekeeping position, due to the environment, the surroundings he or she can work in, the dress code that is required to work in surgery, and the many dangers he or she will face on a daily basis. The operating room housekeeper has the most unique job of all housekeeping positions because of the work environment, the surgery dress code, and the dangers they encounter on a daily basis. 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 35 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMAnswers: The operating room housekeeper most likely has the most unique job of any other housekeeping position, due to the environment, the surroundings he or she can work in, the dress code that is required to work in surgery, and the many dangers he or she will face on a daily basis. The operating room housekeeper most likely has the most unique job of any other housekeeping position, due to the surroundings he or she can work in, the dress code that is required to work in surgery, and the many dangers he or she will face on a daily basis. The operating room housekeeper has the most unique job of all housekeeping positions because of the work environment, the surgery dress code, and the dangers they encounter on a daily basis. The thesis statement is fine as is. Question 59 Read the below Essay to answer the following three questions. Essay: Marriage is Sacred (1) Couples should understand that when they marry they are entering into the most sacred of institutions established by God; it is a Holy covenant, not to be taken lightly. In addition, it is the first covenant established between God and mankind. Until this day, it seals their relationship until death; therefore, the marriage covenant produces oneness that honors God, creating a 0 out of 0 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 36 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMbinding contract in his eyes. (2) God wants marriage to reflect the church’s relationship with Jesus Christ because the church is the bride, preparing to meet the bridegroom. When couples develop intimacy with God, it also strengthens the marriage. Per Jennifer Baker of the Forest Institute of Professional Psychology, there is currently a 50% divorce rate in marriages in and outside of the church. This is evidence that couples no longer take their commitment and vows seriously, and it is almost impossible to honor vows without acknowledging the sacredness of the marriage contract. Consequently, the marriage covenant brings strength to relationships helping them to endure. (3) The covenant of marriage also protects the family unit. It is the vehicle that allows sexual expression not provided in other unions. The children born of couples, who are in covenant, reap the benefits of their parent’s faithfulness to each other and to God. These couples also insulate themselves and their families from the enemy that would destroy homes and ruin relationships. The odds of couples committed to covenant relations, committing adultery, divorcing or separating is not as great as those who are not committed. (4) The marriage covenant is the most import contract entered into by man. Dennis Rainey, a well known Christian minister, writes that “For the past two years I have had a growing concern that the Christian community has passively watched the 'dummying down' of the marriage covenant. Marriage has become little more than an upgraded social contract between two people-not a holy covenant between a man and a woman and their God for a lifetime.” Couples, who are in covenant marriages, provide stability for their families and communities; it has more impact on community than Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 37 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMSelected Answer: True Answers: True False anyone could ever imagine because the covenant is the cornerstone for all relationships. (5) The scriptures are clear about marriage being holy in God’s sight; consequently, married couples must take their vows serious if the current trend in divorce, in and outside the church, is to change. Acknowledging this will greatly impact and reverse the current culture and views on marriage. Because God so loved us, he designed the sanctity of marriage for our protection from generation to generation. Answer True or False: I have read the above essay. Question 60 Selected Answer: Answers: What information is missing from the introduction that was needed for the establishment of a strong thesis and inclusive presentation of all of the information in the essay? The covenant contract The protection that marriage offers The covenant contract The relationship aspect of the covenant The sacredness of marriage 0 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 38 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMQuestion 61 Selected Answer: Answers: In the above essay, which of the following sentences would be considered a topic sentence? Because God so loved us, he designed the sanctity of marriage for our protection from generation to generation. The children born of couples, who are in covenant, reap the benefits of their parent’s faithfulness to each other and to God. In addition, it is the first covenant established between God and mankind. Because God so loved us, he designed the sanctity of marriage for our protection from generation to generation. The covenant of marriage also protects the family unit. Question 62 0 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 39 of 40 10/1/18, 11:36 PMMonday, October 1, 2018 11:34:27 PM EDT Selected Answer: Answers: The author’s overall purpose is to _____________. Convince couples of the seriousness of marital commitment. Convince couples of the seriousness of marital commitment. Describe what happens to couples who marry too quickly. Report the current state of marriages in the United States. Argue that people’s view of marriage has changed over the years. Review Test Submission: English Assessment – 201840 Fall... https://learn.liberty.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?atte... 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