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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) A)People have inhabited a small cavern in Australia?s Kakadu National Park for over 20,000 years continuously. B)People have continuously inhabited a small cavern in Australia?s Kakadu National Park for over 20,000 years. 2) A) Aborigines called the Gagudju lived there only a mere dozen years ago. B) Aborigines called the Gagudju only lived.
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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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1) John, Cathy, and __________ like to go to rock concerts. A)I B)me 2) John prefers the ?classic? groups like the Eagles and the Who, both of __________ have had reunion tours. A)who B)whom 3) Between you and __________, I think these groups are A)I B)me 4) I prefer somewhat more contemporary groups such as the Cranberries and Hootie.
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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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1-1Arguments exist all around us in everyday communication. 1-2Argumentation is a form of instrumental communication. 1-3Argumentation relies on reasoning and proof to influence behavior. 1-4The Elaboration Likelihood Model suggests we process all persuasive messages that we receive in the same way. 1-5Argumentation and persuasion are two unrelated forms of communication. 1-6Argumentation follows the peripheral route.
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3-1The proposition is a statement, the acceptance of which would result in an alteration of belief or behavior. 3-2The advocate has the first opportunity to define the terms of a proposition. 3-3The wording of a proposition points to the kind of change the advocate must support. 3-4In a factual proposition, the argumentative ground.
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  1) When a chimpanzee first sees their reflection in a mirror, the chimp will behave as if it were encountering another chimp. A)its reflection B)they were C)no change 2) Soon the chimp will perform simple, repetitive movements while observing their mirrored images closely. A)they?re B)its C)it?s 3) The chimps may realize the connection between their behaviors and that.
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  2-11  When we use argumentation to test a hypothesis, presumption is (a)artificial. (b)natural. (c)not employed. (d)assigned to the advocate. 2-12  The benefit of presumption is granted to   (a) the advocate. (b)the opponent. (c)the proposition for argumentation. (d)the focus of the locus. 2-13  Which of the following is NOT a description of presumption? (a)It identifies the shortcomings in existing beliefs and.
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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) In what has been called an earth?shattering discovery, evidence of life on Mars was recently uncovered. A)adjective B)adverb C)noun 2) The announcement of the amazing discovery came at a NASA news conference. A)adjective B)adverb C)noun 3) The evidence comes from a 4.2?pound meteorite that was found in Antarctica in 1984. A)noun B)relative pronoun C)conjunctive adverb 4) Within the interior fissures of.
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1) A)The Federal Aviation Administration has two functions, and these are to promote and regulate the airline industry. B)The Federal Aviation Administration has two functions, which are the promotion and regulation of the airline industry. C)The two functions of the Federal Aviation Administration are to promote and regulate the airline industry. 2) A)The FAA has.
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  1-1  Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of argumentation? (a)It is a form of expressive communication. (b)It is a form of instrumental communication. (c)It relies on reasoning and proof to influence belief or behavior. (d)It uses written and spoken media. 1-2  The goal of argumentation is to   (a) study rhetorical theory. (b)sell goods and.
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  1)The U.S. Patent Office opened in 1838 it has granted more patents for mouse traps than for any other invention. A)1838, it B)1838; it C)no change 2)The Patent Office grants about forty new mouse trap patents a year it turns down ten times as many applications. A)year; but B)year but C)year, but 3)Thousands of mouse traps have been.
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  41)The A.Vietnam B.Veterans C.Memorial was authorized by D.Congress in 1980. It was intended as a testament to the veterans who served in one of the United States? most unpopular wars. E.No error. 42)The A.Wall, listing the names of servicemen who had died, was erected in 1982 in Washington B.National Mall. C.The Monument has become.
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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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  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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  3-11However you choose to define a term, the definition should include all items which properly fall under the term being defined, and exclude all items which do not.  3-12Definitions should be phrased so that their meaning is adapted to the needs of the audience. 3-13Definitions should be descriptive of your feelings.
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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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  2-11To determine who has the burden of proof, you first have to determine who occupies the contested ground. 2-12The burden of proof always falls upon the arguer who has the benefit of presumption. 2-13Presumption describes what exists; it does not pass judgment on what exists. 2-14The burden of proof always falls upon the.
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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) 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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  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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  2-1  Argumentation can be characterized as being  (a)  a social activity. (b)  an intellectual activity. (c)  a verbal activity. (d)  All of the above 2-2  Argumentation can be characterized as involving (a)  opinion stating. (b)  opinion justifying. (c)  opinion refuting. (d)  All of the above 2-3  Argumentation can be characterized as being (a)  directed toward an.
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  1) Everyone, at one time or another, __________ seen pictures of tornadoes. A) has B) have 2) These storms, intense whirlwinds shaped like a funnel, __________ among the most destructive forces in nature. A) is B) are 3) They usually form between April and June when masses of cool, dry air from Canada __________.
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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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  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) A)Most authorities on the subject trace the origins of the detective story to Edgar Allan Poe. The nineteenth century short story writer, critic, and poet who wrote ?The Raven.? B)Most authorities on the subject trace the origins of the detective story to Edgar Allan Poe, the nineteenth?century short story writer, critic,.
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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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  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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1)Even though we consulted our high?priced decorator, we still could not select a color from the chart, but we finally selected the color red. 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 its deadly lethal fangs. A)tightly B)under the rock C)unsuspecting D)deadly 3)Which.
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  1-11  A series of formal rules for distinguishing sound arguments from unsound ones is found in (a)rhetorical theory. (b)the dialectical perspective. (c)the logical perspective. (d)persuasion. 1-12  The arguer concerned with assuring the welfare of the greatest number of people rather than being bound by an absolute standard of right and wrong is practicing   (a) deontological.
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  41)Bill spoke well, even though he did not feel good, and then he walked unsteadily 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 43)According to Rabbi Jerome M. Epstein, ?The wonder of the Old Testament is.
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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) 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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  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) Some Americans were __________ that the English language is losing ground in the United States. A) real worried B) really worried 2) They believed that legislation was __________ needed to guarantee English as the nation?s standard language. A)bad B)badly 3) A bill before the Senate, the English Language Empowerment Act, would make English an.
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  41)In the early 19th A.century, B.Neoclassical architecture flourished throughout the United States.  Modeled after C.Roman and, later, D.Greek architecture, this style was intended to reflect the political ideals as well as the architectural style of that era. E.No error. 42)Thomas Jefferson, the third A.President, modeled the Virginia B.State Capitol on an ancient.
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  1-11The rules of engagement for argumentation specify what delivery techniques the arguer is expected to use. 1-12A key factor in being successful as an arguer is discovering what an audience expects and how knowledgeable they are on a topic. 1-13Argumentation was first developed as a formal study by the ancient Greeks. 1-14The three.
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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) 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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1) In the early 1970s, the United States __________ to experience a new wave of immigration. A) began B) begun C) begins 2)Since the 1970s, approximately 800,000 legal and 300,000 illegal new immigrants __________ the United States. A) are entering B) have entered C) enter 3)As a result, between 1970 and 1998 the percentage.
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1) A)The historical Dracula, a prince called Vlad, he ruled the Romanian region of Wallachia in the fifteenth century. B)The historical Dracula, a prince called Vlad, ruled the Romanian region of Wallachia in the fifteenth century. 2) A)Because he impaled his enemies, he became known as Vlad the Impaler B)Because he impaled his enemies became.
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2-1The basic mental structure of the reasoning process is one of the elements in argumentation that is field invariant. 2-2If something in argumentation is field dependent, this means it’s a concept such as the nature of cause-effect reasoning that does not change from one field to another. 2-3If something in argumentation.
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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 150,000.
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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) 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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