#1: Choose the sentence that contains a shift in verb tenses.
A. Although the LP records were old, we still like them.
B. A huge wave built up, rolled toward the shore, and carried the surfers along with it.
C. Buildings soared many stories high and cast long shadows into the streets.
D. Children waved from the bus as we passed by.
**my answer: A.
is that right? @ArkGoLucky :)
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#2: Choose the sentence that contains a verb in passive voice.
A. Will Ms. Libson be running for office this time?
B. Signs in yards all over town proclaimed her candidacy.
C. Verna Libson won the election for the second term in a row.
D. She will be sworn in to office next Tuesday.
**my answer: D. She will be sworn in to office next Tuesday.
is that right?
#3: Choose the sentence that contains a verb in active voice.
A. A forest of tiny trees had been planted on the mountainside.
B. Several teenagers served as representatives to Germany.
C. The collage of antique postcards was assembled by Mr. Fred Douglas.
D. The sheets were lifted on the line by a soft wind.
**my answer: D.
is this one right?
#4: Choose the answer that identifies the mood of the verb in the sentence.
The invitations have surely arrived in the mail by now.
D. none of the above
**my answer; C. indicative
is that right?
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#5: The following sentence may have an error in grammar or usage. Parts of the sentence are starred. Choose the starred part of the sentence that contains an error. If there is no error, choose "no error."
Jeannie **lives** her **life as** though there **was** no tomorrow.
B. life as
D. no error
**my answer: C. was
cuz shouldn't it be "is"?
is that right?:)
1 is correct. 2 is correct. 3 is B. 4 i think is subjunctive. I know it's not indicative b/c that would be: "The packages have arrived"(a statement) and I don't think it's imperative. Might be non of the above. 5 is correct.
okay... so which is #4 then? :/
and it is definitely not imperative?
sorry i meant indicative haha so indicative... not imperative.. my bad!
Imperative is more like a command. "Take out the trash" would be imperative. You generally use subjunctive for stuff you are not sure of.
okay... so #4 is B. subjunctive then?
I think so. You may want confirm with someone else though. If you get it wring on an assignment or test, I will somehow take responsibility.
hahah no u won't lol :P
but here is the definition of indicative... via google