ENGL 101

  • ENGL 101 Module 3 Test 1

    ENGL 101 Module 3 Test 1

    ENGL 101 Module 3 Test 1     One central argument the writer makes is that     According to the writer, one good reason to own SUV is that    One rebuttal the writer offers is that    One...

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  • ENGL 101 Module 4 Quiz 3

    ENGL 101 Module 4 Quiz 3

    ENGL 101 Module 4 Quiz 3     Choose the correct spelling of the word to be inserted into the blank. Choose the correct word to fill in the blank. Even though Byron had not seen his aunt since he started school, he was _______ he could visit...

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  • ENGL 101 Module 5 Test 2

    ENGL 101 Module 5 Test 2

    ENGL 101 Module 5 Test 2 In context, the title “tuned out” suggests  Which of the following from Springen’s article can be used as authority in an anti-children-watching-television argument?  Which of the following from...

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  • ENGL 101 Module 6 Quiz 4

    ENGL 101 Module 6 Quiz 4

    ENGL 101 Module 6 Quiz 4     Choose the sentence that uses or leaves out apostrophes correctly.       Choose the sentence that is correctly punctuated. Choose the sentence that is punctuated correctly...

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  • ENGL 101 Module 7 Test 3

    ENGL 101 Module 7 Test 3

    ENGL 101 Module 7 Test 3 The argument of the above visual is communicated through The argument of the above visual is communicated through a comparison between The visual uses images and text to evoke readers’ feelings of One can...

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