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Who whom whose which that

3.2.1d., Ex: The Tudor, for example, ruled for over a century.e. V.S.EX: 1.The color of the costume, blue, acquires symbolic meaning in the story.() 2. The color blue acquires symbolic meaning in the story.()


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1. Scientists, who must observe standards of objectivity in their work, can contribute usefully to public-policy debates.()

2. Scientists who receive the Nobel Prize sometimes contribute usefully to public-policy debates.()

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1. The novel takes place in China, where many languages are spoken.()

2. The novel takes place in a land where many languages are spoken.()


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f. ,

1.After years of anxiety over the familys finances, Linda Loman looks forward to the day the mortgage will be paid off.()

2. Although she was virtually unknown in her day, scholars have come to recognize the originality of her work.()


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g. ,

The king remains a tragic figure, despite his appalling actions.

: ,

Several cooperative but autonomous republics were formed.


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h. ,i. , j. ,k. ,l. , ; , ,m. ,


3 2 3 semicolons

3.2.3.(Semicolons)

a. ,,

The coat is tattered beyond repair; still, Akaky hopes the tailor can mend it.

b. ,

Present at the symposium were Henri Guillaume, the art critic; Sam Brown, the Daily Tribune reporter; and Maria Rosa, the conceptual artist.


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3.2.4. ( Colons )

()

a.

b.


Who whom whose which that

a.

The reading list includes three Latin American novels: The Death of Artemio Cruz, One Hundred Years of Solitude, and The Green House.

The plot is founded on deception: the three main character have secret identities.

()

Many books would be briefer if their authoes followed the logical principle known as Occams razor: Explanations should not be multiplied unnecessarily.


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The novels on the reading list include The Death of Artemio Cruz, One Hundred Years of Solitude, and The Green House. (include)

The reading list includes such novels as The Death of Artemio Cruz, One Hundred Years of Solitude, and The Green House.

(suchas)


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b.

In The Awakening, Mme Ratignolle exhorts Robert Lebrun to stop flirting with Edna: She is not one of us; she is not like us.

(sats, explaims, notes, writes)


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3.2.5. (Dashes and Parentheses)

()


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a.

Soaring in a ballooninventors first performed this feat in 1783-is a way to recapture the wonder that early aviators must have felt.

The hero of the play (the townspeople see him as heroic, but he is the focus of the authors satire) introduces himself as a veteran of the war.


Who whom whose which that

b.

The colors of the costumeblue, scarlet, and yellowacquire symbolic meaning in the story.

The Italian sonnet (which is exemplified in Petrarchs Canzoniere, along with other kind of poems) developed into the English sonnet.


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c.

Ruthlessness and acute sensitivity, greed and compassionthe main characters contradictory qualities prevent any simple interpretation of the film.

The reading list includes three Latin American novels--The Death of Artemio Cruz, One Hundred Years of Solitude, and The Green House.

The plot is founded on deception--the three main character have secret identities.


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3.2.6. (Hyphens)

()

A.(hard drive)

B.(hard-and-fast)

C.(hardcover)


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a.

Better-prepared ambassdor

Best-known work

ill-informed reporter

Lower-priced tickets

The ambassador was better prepared than the other delegates.


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b.-lytooverymuch

Thoughtfully presented thesis

Very contrived plot

Too hasty judgment

Much maligned performer

C.(loving)(inspired)

Sports-loving throng

Fear-inspired loyalty

Hate-filled speech


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d.

Twelfth-floor apartment

Second-semester courses

Early-thirteenth-century architecture

e.

Continuing-education program ()

Portuguese-language student()


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f.(social securityhigh schoolliberal artsshow business)

Social security tax

High school reunion

Liberal arts curriculum

Show business debut


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g.

Weiter-critic

Scholar-athlete

Author-chef

Father figure

Opera lover


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h.(anti-co-multi-non-over-post-pre-re-semi-sub-un-under-)

Antiwar Coworker

Nonjudgmental Overpay

Subatellite Underrepresented

Post-Victorian ()

Re-cover (

Anti-icing (i)


3 2 7 apostrophes

3.2.7 (Apostrophes)

(1)

(2) (cantwouldnt)

(3)

(ps and qsthree As)


3 2 8 quotation marks

3.2.8 (Quotation Marks)

(1)

so-called

(2)


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A.(Slashes)

:

(1)

(2)

Ex. East/ West, and aged/young affect the way cultures view historical events.

Ex. East-West relations


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B.

a. b.

c.

1.

Ex. Whitman asks, Have you felt so proud to get at the meaning of poems?

2.

Ex. Where does Whitman speak of the meaning of poems?

3.

Ex. Have you felt so proud to get at the meaning of poems? Whitman asks.


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C.

a.

b.()


Merry christmas

3.3

( Merry Christmas!)


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:

1.&

Ex. June spelled Shakespeare without the final e.

2.

:

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

3.


3 4 names of persons 1 2 3

3.4. Names of Persons

(1)&

(2)

(3)&


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: Henry Howard, earl of Surrey

Surrey

Benjamin Disraeli, first earl of

Beaconsfield

Benjamin Disraeli

Disraeli


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3.4.3

Publius Vergilius MaroVergilius

Dante AlighieriDante

,

.,

.


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3.5

3.5.1

3.5.2

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16 amperes)


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several good omens.

,

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from 1 billion to 1.2 billion


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3.5.3

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,

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1.,,

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2..(August 1993)

3..

The twentieth century


Eighteenth century thought nineteenth and twentieth century literature

eighteenth-century thought nineteenth-and twentieth-century literature

4.(the nineties)

5.(the 1990s)

,

6.BC(),AD()

:19BC AD256

7.BCE,CE,

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2:00 p.m. The 6:20 flight

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oclock ()

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a quarter to twelve

half past ten

five oclock


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