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Which of these four steps is first in the research process?
a) develop research questions b) find sources c) select a topic d) take notes
Which of these four steps is second in the research process?
a) develop research questions b) find sources c) select a topic d) take notes
What do you need to do once you have all of your sources in MLA or another format?
a) List the sources in order that you used them. b) Discard your list of sources since you've already taken notes. c) Get twice as many sources as you currently have. d) List the sources in alphabetical order.
What is the proper order for a book on a bibliographic entry?
a) title, author, year, publisher, city b) author, title, city, publisher, year c) city, year, author, title, publisher d) publisher, author, title, year city
What is the guiding statement for a paragraph?
a) supporting detail b) sensory image c) thesis statement d) topic sentence
What is the guiding statement for an essay?
a) supporting detail b) sensory image c) thesis statement d) topic sentence
Which of the following is the proper order of the writing process?
a) revise, draft, brainstorm b) brainstorm, draft, revise c) draft, edit, brainstorm d) draft, brainstorm, edit
Which mark indicates a list?
a) colon b) comma c) parentheses d) ellipsis
Narrative writing should include all of the following EXCEPT...
a) images b) pacing c) dialogue d) a claim
Argumentative writing should contain all of the following EXCEPT
a) evidence b) a claim c) counterargument d) dialogue
What does connotation mean?
a) the dictionary definition of a word b) word choice c) the emotional suggestions of a word d) language that appeals to the senses
Which is NOT true about figurative language?
a) Similes and metaphors are examples. b) Its purpose to convince readers with evidence. c) It is not literally true. d) It includes hyperboles.
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