ENGLISH HELLP 10. Revision involves A. Checking for correct capitalization.b. being consistent with paragraph indentation.c. clarifying purpose and meaning.d. checking for repeated words and confused words. 11. Which of the following is the clearest and most effective sentence? A. All of us procure great enjoyment from travel to the impressive building.b. the library is a place we are greatly enamored with, and we find it most enjoyable.c. we love going to the library.d. visiting such a grand building, full of books and ideas, is a hobby that we participate in with excitement. 12. What is the complete predicate of the sentence below? Looking up from his computer monitor, Jason mopped his brow, exhaled sharply, and picked up his phone.a. mopped his brow, exhaled sharply, and picked up his phone B. Mopped his brow C. Picked up the phone D. Exhaled sharply, and picked up his phone 13. Which one of these statements would be considered inappropriate in formal writing? A. He reviews the reports of his assistants.b. next, he prepares to conduct his experiments.c. he hates to be late.d. dr. Thomson arrives promptly each morning. 14. Which of the following groups of words is a sentence fragment? A. Stopping by the garden, we saw that the flowers were in bloom.b. when we stopped by the garden.c. we stopped; she didn't.d. stop by the garden. 15. Which of the following sentences contains a compound predicate? A. She washed the shells and dried them in the sun.b. she raced along the path to beat him to the beach.c. she placed the shells in a plastic bag while he dried himself off.d. while he swam, she collected shells. 16. Which of the following is a run-on sentence? A. The game was tied at halftime; each coach gave his team a pep-talk.b. the players continue to work on both hitting and fielding, allowing them to improve both skillsets.c. the game will be called if the storm continues, the weather is dangerous.d. while the rain was drenching at times, the fans were dedicated and refused to leave. 17. The addition of which of the following sentences would create an effective paragraph? Dogs and cats are both fantastic pets. Dogs are loving and playful. Cats are clean and self-sufficient. Dogs are sometimes hyper. _______. Both are effective communicators in their own right. Either one would make any lucky owner happy.a. reptiles are good pets as well.b. both animals are fun.c. owners must teach pets how to act.d. cats are normally calm and resigned. 18. A group of words that's missing a subject, a verb, or a complete thought is called a (n) A. Run-on sentence.b. independent clause.c. prepositional phrase.d. sentence fragment. 19. Which of the following is true regarding audience? A. Words and examples must be chosen appropriately to address the audience.b. if you don't address your intended audience, there is still a good chance that your message will be conveyed successfully.c. an author should write for himself first; the audience is secondary.d. consideration of the audience is less important than the message of an essay. 20. Which of the following is an interrogative sentence? A. She isn't telling him where she is going.b. please don't go.c. they questioned where he was going.d. where are you going?