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    31)Which sentence is correct, clear, and concise? A)Aerobics classes at the YMCA had to be scheduled around classes in wood carving, quilt making, and how to paint landscapes. B)Aerobics classes at the YMCA had to be scheduled around classes in how to carve wood, how to make a quilt, and how to.
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1.Pandora uses the same model of communication with its listeners as traditional radio. 2.Gerald Levin came to Ice T’s defense, saying that his song Cop Killer should be protected artistic freedom, an essential value in free society. 3.Radio in the U.S. is regulated by the government. 4.When networks started providing programming to local.
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  1.Cable television distributes signals on ___________________. 2.The first recording machine was invented by Thomas Edison in 1877 and was called the ___________________. 3.The four primary technologies on which mass media are built are digital, printing, chemical, and ____________________. 1.What discovery in 1727 was a breakthrough in mass communication? a.movable type b.sending messages on radio waves c.motion.
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1.An example of media multi?tasking is washing the dishes and listening to the radio. 2.USA Today is an example of demassification.     1.One?on?one communication is called _____________ communication. 2.When audiences across the country listened to the same radio programs, the effect was strong ____________ cohesion.   1.According to the Veronis project, how much time did the.
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    21)The meeting lost __________ focus. A)its B) it?s C) its? 22)He __________ swallow his food. A)could hardly B)couldn?t hardly 23)Neither her brother nor her sister __________ offered to help her. A)have B)has 24)This restaurant is definitely the __________ of the two. A)best B)better 25)Do you know what __________ going to do tonight? A)your B)you?re C)youre 26)Which sentence is correct, clear, and concise? A)Redecorating her room, listening to.
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1.When a newspaper’s circulation increases, its market penetration falls. 2.The in?depth personality profile was refined by Playboy’s long Q?As. 3.Trade books are limited to general?interest fiction. 4.An audio book is read on an e?reader.   1.The New York Times prints important documents in their entirety, making it a newspaper _________________  ___________________. 2.DeWitt and Lila Wallace founded.
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  1) Charleston, South Carolina, is unique among american cities for its rich history, its plethora of churches, and its beautiful homes. A)south carolina B)American C)plethora D)no change 2) The site of the city is the peninsula formed by the cooper and ashley rivers, which flow together into the Atlantic. A)Peninsula B)Cooper and Ashley C)atlantic D)no change 3) At the beginning.
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  21)A brilliant scientist with many remarkable achievements in her field. Dr. Farakis is this year?s recipient of the Nobel Prize for Biology. A) field Dr. Farakis B) field; Dr. Farakis C)field, Dr. Farakis D)no change 22)Ted walked the entire length of the world?s largest shopping mall, after he reached its end, he still couldn?t.
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1) After much deliberation, we still couldn?t decide whether to take a course in the AB basic fundamentals of algebra or advanced composition. CD A)much B)still C)basic D)advanced 2) Regarded as the preeminent novelist of our age, Alexander Solzhenitsyn often A returned back in his novels to the gulags where he suffered years of forced labor, BC beatings, and other indignities. D A).
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    11)Which sentence expresses the meaning with the most fluency and has the clearest logic within the context? A)Affording quality child care is a concern of single working parents who must arrange for sick days and school holidays. B)Affording quality child care is a concern of single working parents, they must arrange for.
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  1.How big were the annual sales of the global recording industry in 2004? A.$1.4 trillion C. $18.4 billion B.$2.4 million D. $8.4 million 2.What innovation caused the demise of bricks and mortar music stores? A.CDs C. downloading B.garage bands D. chain stores 3.How has radio reinvented itself? A. switched to all?news format B.switched to recorded music C.switched to.
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    21)Selwyn tutors his fellow students. Who speak English as a second language. A) students who B) students, who C)students; who D)no change 22)Running hard. The thief left the scene of the crime and eluded the police. A)hard, the B)hard; the C)hard the D)no change 23)Everyone who does not take active precautions for the next hurricane to hit our shores.
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  1)Looking at Koala, Australia?s favorite marsupial, has a strange affect on the psyches of many people. A)marsupeal B)effect C)pysches 2)They believe these furry creatures are quiet harmless. A)belive B)cretures C)quite 3)However, these national ikons have bad tempers and are often grumpy. A)icons B)tempors C)grummpy 4)In the wild, these pecular pseudo bears could rip a person to pieces. A)peculiar B)seudo C)peaces 5)Unfortunately, the koala bear is facing.
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  1)Elements of mystery and detection, can be found in literature dating as far back as ancient Greece. A)detection can B)literature, dating C)no change 2)In Sophocles? Oedipus the King, for instance, Oedipus has to solve a mystery of who killed Laius the former king. A)King, for instance B) King; for instance, C) Laius, the 3)He goes about his.
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    41)In the early 19th century, Neoclassical architecture flourished throughout the AB United States.  Modeled after Roman and, later, Greek architecture, this style was CD intended to reflect the political ideals as well as the architectural style of that era. No error. E 42)Thomas Jefferson, the third President, modeled the Virginia State Capitol on an ABC ancient Roman temple. His.
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1)Even though we consulted our high?priced decorator, we still could not select a Acolor from the chart, but we finally selected the color red. BCD A)high?priced B) from the chart C) the color D) red 2)The tightly coiled rattler waited under the rock to strike its unsuspecting prey with AB C its deadly lethal fangs. D A)tightly B)under the.
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1.In Japan and Britain, the government collects money to finance television networks. 2.The Christian Science Monitor was founded by Mary Baker Eddy as a counterbalance to sensationalistic reporting. 3.The Corporation for Public Broadcasting is the Australian equivalent of the BBC trust. 4.Many inventors never understand the commercial potential of their inventions.   1.The death tax.
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  1.The two kinds of recording companies are the majors and the __________________. 2.Sirius and XM are examples of _________________ radio.     1.What usually happens to successful independent recording companies? A.They move into commercial radio. B.They are bought by one of the majors. C.They burn out. D.They move to Canada. 2.What innovation gave recording artists control over their.
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  1)The San Andreas Fault emerges full blown beneath Bombay Beach, a fault?laced town of trailers and retirees. A)full blown B) fault laced C) no change 2)Some sections of this fault, such as the sixty?mile segment that runs bet? ween Palm Springs and the San Bernardino mountains, seem primed for a quake. A)60 mile B).
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  1) The Endangered Species Act was signed by Pres. Nixon in 1973. A)President B)nineteen seventy?three C)no change 2) In that year, there were 109 names on the list of endangered species. A) yr. B)one hundred and nine C)no change 3) Now the total is over 900. A) tot. B) nine hundred C) no change 4) 3,700 of the nation?s.
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  1) One hundred years before Pharaoh Djosers reign, Egypt was a land of small chiefdoms. A)Djoser?s B)Djosers? C)chiefdom?s. 2) After his reign, Egypt?s civilization was one of the most advanced of it?s time. A)Egypts? B)its C)no change 3) Its the belief of many experts that Djoser created the world?s first nation?state. A)It?s B)worlds? C)no change 4) They believe he accomplished this feat.
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  1.Gannet was the largest newspaper ______________ in the 1900s. 2.The Supreme Court decided in the _________________ libel case that news media could have generous leeway in reporting public issues. 3.Investigative reporting is also called ____________________. 4.A person who can read but doesn’t is ___________________.     1.What did Ben Franklin’s and Ben Day’s newspapers have in.
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    11)Are you aware of the __________ of combining drugs? A)affects B)effects 12)His address is as __________ 100 South Main Street. A)follows B)follows: C)follows; D)follows, 13)The television programs that I dislike the most __________ those with violence. A) are: B)are; C)are, D)are 14)I don?t know what they __________ doing last night. A)were B) where C) we?re 15)The team has to submit __________ schedule for the next.
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  31)In the local paper it reported that the funeral would be held at 10:00 a.m. at Forest Lawn Cemetery. A) In the local paper, they reported B) The local paper reported C)In the local paper, it was reported D)no change Choose the correct option among the answers given. 32)If we accept your advise, we should.
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    31)a.On the radio, it was reported that flooding was most severe in South Carolina and Georgia. b.On the radio, they reported that flooding was most severe in South Carolina and Georgia. c.On the radio, the most severe flooding was most severe in South Carolina and Georgia. d.The radio reported that flooding was most.
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  11) Which sentence expresses the meaning with the most fluency and the clearest logic? A)There are many communities in South Florida. They have their own golf courses, so the area has become a mecca for golfers. B)Many of South Florida?s communities have their own golf courses, and the area has become a.
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    41)Bill spoke well, even though he did not feel good, and then he walked unsteadily ABC off the podium. A)good B)well C)unsteady D)no change 42)Jason said he was not real prejudice, but his comments about minorities suggested  otherwise. A)real prejudiced B)really prejudiced C) really prejudice D) no change Choose the correct option from the answers given. 43)According to Rabbi Jerome M. Epstein,.
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1) My little brother is taller than __________. A)I B)me 2) To avoid a penalty __________ important to pay taxes on time. A) its B) it?s C)its? 3) I graduated from __________. A) High school B) High School C) Central High School D) Central high school 4) Little children like to pull their __________. A)cat?s tails B)cats tail?s C)cats tails? D)cats? tails 5) Please.
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  1)Many people attribute today?s high crime rate to social disintegration however the proportion of single, young males appears to be an overlooked factor. A)disintegration; however, B)disintegration, however, C)disintegration, however; 2)In the nineteenth century, frontier mining towns were populated by single males farming communities were populated by large families. A)males, farming B)males: farming C)males; farming 3)Mining towns had high.
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    1.Why are so many news organizations dropping investigative journalism? 2.What is a trade group and what is the purpose of trade groups for mass media? government policies, or sponsoring conferences.       1.In a dictatorship, media is financed by direct sales to minimize dissent. 2.A media conglomerate condenses all its companies into one big company. 3.An example.
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  3.How did Benjamin Day’s penny newspaper create a mass audience and how did that change the newspaper industry? 4.Why did many newspapers go out of business in the early 2000s? 5.What advantages does the book industry have over magazines and newspapers in the shift to digital formats?         .
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    41)The Vietnam Veterans Memorial was authorized by Congress in 1980. It was ABCD intended as a testament to the veterans who served in one of the United States? most unpopular wars. No error. E 42)The Wall, listing the names of servicemen who had died, was erected in 1982 in A Washington, D. C., on the.
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  1.What are the consequences of newspapers vanishing? 2.How did National Geographic and Life magazine change the magazine industry?     1.Software that allows several people to write and edit the same article is called Nupedia. 2.Benjamin Day introduced advertising as a way to meet expenses not covered by selling copies of his newspaper for a penny. 3.Essays.
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  1.How did electricity change the way Americans consumed mass media? 2.How is media becoming democratized?     ___ 1. Today, interpersonal communication depends on technology. ___  2. A halftone divides a photograph into a microscopic grid. ___ 3.  Telephone and television signals were uplinked to Telstar. ___ 4.  Fiber?optic cables carry light at 20,000 miles per second. ___.
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___  1. Pulp paper and high?speed presses were some of the first chemical technology inventions of the Industrial Revolution that fueled the evolution of wood block printing. ___ 2.  Richard Hoe invented the linotype machine. ___ 3. Much of the control of the mass media communication process gas shifted to the sender.   1.Flipping.
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  1) Asked what word came to mind when he thought of the Internet, one third?world subscriber responded, ?Colonialism? A) ?Colonialism?! B)?Colonialism!? C)?Colonialism?? 2) Why would the Internet, a collection of more than 10 million computers that moves data among almost 200 nations, be considered a form of colonialism A) colonialism. B) colonialism! C) colonialism? 3)The.
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    21)The guests __________ Myra, Ted, and Phyllis. A)are B)are: C)are, D)are; 22)Let?s invite the __________ to dinner. A)Smiths B) Smith?s C) Smiths? 23)The plane __________ left before I arrived at the airport. A)has B) have C) had 24)Please do the __________ go to the baggage area to claim your luggage. A)following B) following, C) following; D) following: 25)I cannot walk any __________. A)farther B)further 26)Which sentence is.
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    31)Which sentence is correct, clear, and concise? A)The sensible young woman decided to stop speaking to her neighbor, for she could not hardly speak to him without getting into a heated argument. B)The sensible young woman decided to stop speaking to her neighbor for she could not hardly speak to him without.
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  41)Anita?s piano was __________ by Mr. Chaffey. A) finely tuned B) fine tuned C) fine tune 42)We felt badly because the tour had not been running smoothly in spite of all our AB well?intentioned efforts. C A)bad B)smooth C)well intention D)no change Choose the correct option from the answers given. 43)The Mayors of several small cities met with Governor Polk.
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  1) In 1924, Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb __________ a young boy named Robert Franks. A)wasted B)murdered C)blew away 2) Their __________ crime was the first to be called ?the crime of the century.? A)heinous B)prodigious C)awesome 3) Leopold and Loeb came from two of the most __________ families in Chicago. A)conspicuous B)noticeable C)prominent 4) Both young men were highly __________, having.
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  1.A company that owns a number of newspapers, radio or TV stations is called a media ___________________. 2.Reuters is an example of a ________________________ nonprofit news organization. 3.Free newspaper exchanges authorized by the 1789 Postal Act were a government _________________ for producing content by reprinting news from afar.     1.Why are revenue streams important.
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  1.People expose themselves to competing ideas in the _____________ of ideas. 2.Media companies seeking smaller, niche audiences are creating ________________ audiences. 3.Shared knowledge leads to cultural _____________. 4.Mass communication is the technology?assisted transmission of ____________ to mass audiences. 5.Understanding how the media work and being able to assess media messages is called media _______________. 1.The.
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  1.List three “invisible” media messages you encountered today.  2.Give an example of a messenger who has been blamed for the message.     1.We spend about one?third of our waking hours involved with media. 2.Books rely almost exclusively on direct sales for revenue. 3.Editorial independence means that since advertisers help pay a media company’s bills they.
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  1) When Percival Lowell an early twentieth?century American astronomer observed Mars through a telescope, he thought he saw a vast network of canals. A)[an early twentieth?century American astronomer] B)(an early twentieth?century American astronomer) C)πan early twentieth?century American astronomerπ 2) He hypothesized that Mars had the following features in common with Earth water, vegetation, and.
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