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ANSWER KEY – GRAMMAR EVALUATION 3 1. Feeling tired from the long trip the man decided to stop driving and take a quick nap. (comma – intro phrase) . . . trip, the man . . . 2. Since I like to eat fresh spinach out of our garden (fragment) I like to . . . or . . . Since . . . garden , I plant two rows each spring. 3. Santa Claus has a big belly, white hair, and he wears a red cap. (parallelism) . . .and a red cap. 4. . Anyone who wants to see their grade should send a request by e - mail (pronoun - antecedent agr.) Anyone . . . his or her grade . . . 5. There is a swing in my backyard attached to a tree. (misplaced modifier) In the backyard, there . . . 6. I tried to explain the situation to Jerry during history class. This annoyed o ur professor . ( pronoun reference) My explanation / My actions annoyed . . . OR When I tried to explain the situation to Jerry during history class, our professor became annoyed. 7. The girls smiles looked beautiful after the braces were removed.. (apostrophe needed) The girls’ smiles . . . 8. Entering the cold, chilly room without any hesitation. (fragment) We entered the . . . OR Entering the . . . hesitation , we felt the ghost’s presence immediately. 9. After adding three cups of ground chickpeas, the pot should be heated. (dangling modifier) After adding . . . chickpeas, one should heat the pot . OR After you add three cups of ground chickpeas , the pot . . . 10.Because Laura and her sister always fight, she decided to move out of the house ( pronoun reference) Because. . .fight , Laura (Laura’s sister) decided . . . 11. Its true that the small dog has a pink collar around its neck. (apostrophe) It’s true . . . 12. I want to go to the concert, however, I don’t think that I have the money (comma splice) . . . concert ; however, I . . . OR . . . concert. However , I . . . 13 . To read a novel is more interesting than watching a movie (parallelism) R
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eading a novel is more interesting than watching a movie . 14..Jed and Marie went downtown to shop for clothes to eat at a restaurant and to see a play (comma - series) Jed and Marie . . . clothes , to eat at a restaurant , and to see a play. Copyright 2014 Towson University. All rights reserved. For educational purp oses only. All commercial uses strictly prohibited ANSWER KEY – GRAMMAR EVALUATION 3 (continued) 15. The basketball team is having their best season this year (pronoun antecedent agreement) . . . having its best season . . . 16. The results of the survey on the political atmosphere in this country is frightening (subject - verb agreement) The results . . . are frightening. 17. The instructor said that she expected us to well on the exam during her lecture. (misplaced modifier) During her lecture, the instructor said . . . 18. Just between you and I, this party is not much fun. (pronoun case) Just between you and me , . . . 19. Trying to get a tan, the seagulls annoyed the girl on the beach. (dangling modifier) While the girl was trying to get a tan, the seagulls . . . OR Trying to get a tan, the girl was annoyed by the seagulls on the beach. 20. A big bag of gold coins are hidden behind the sofa in the cabin. (subject - verb agreement) A big bag . . . is hidden . . . 21. My sister is better than me at learning foreign languages. (pronoun case) . . . better than I at . . . 22. Sheila gave great advice to Tom, he could not thank her enough. (comma splice) . . . Tom ; he . . . OR . . .Tom . He . . . ERROR ANALYSIS FOR GRAMMAR EVALUATION Comma splice – 12, 22 Faulty pronoun - antecedent agreement – 4, 15 Comma(s) needed – 1, 14 Faulty subject - verb agreement – 16, 20 Faulty parallelism – 3, 13 Dangling modifier – 9, 19 Apostrophe error – 7, 11 Sentence fragment – 2, 8 Faulty pronoun reference – 6, 10 Misplaced modifier – 5, 17 Faulty pronoun case – 18, 21 Copyright 2014 Towson University. All rights reserved. For educational purposes only. All commercial uses strictly prohibited.