NOUN EExams: ENG223 - Advanced English Composition 1, Past Questions

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NOUN EExams: ENG223 - Advanced English Composition 1, Past Questions

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MCQ To achieve unity in a
paragraph, the paragraph
must deal with _______.
different ideas
consec utively
grammatical
errors
one central theme. the central and
sub themes
simultaneously
C
MCQ The rule of number concord
( being both singular or
plural) between the subject
and the predicator only
applies when the verb used
as predicator is in the
_____
past tense past perfect
tense
past perfect tense present tense D
MCQ _____of person occurs
between a subject in the
first or second person
singular, or in one of the
three persons of the plural.
Unilateral concord Harmony Gender Grammatical
gender
A
MCQ ______is the formal
agreement in person,
number, gender or tense
between two or more parts
of a sentence.
Morphophonemics Concord Grammar Case/Gender B
MCQ By moving the predicator in
a sentence before the
subject (and using a rising
intonation) we change the
basic simple sentence
to_____.
a complex
sentence
a compound
sentence
a non-basic
sentence
a double
sentence
C

MCQ In the sentence 'The man
gave Susan the orange for
a purpose', the expression
'for a purpose' is called the
_____.
direct object indirect
object
predicator adverbial D
MCQ What is the adverbial in this
sentence 'Bola put the
utensils in the cupboard'?
Bola put in the
cupboard
the utensils Bola put the B
MCQ In the sentence 'His
classmates consider him a
genius', the word 'consider'
is the ______
direct object indirect
object
predicator subject
complement
C
MCQ In the sentence 'We gave
Tinu the orange', the
indirect object is_______
Tinu Gave Tinu orange the orange A
MCQ The various parts of the
sentence are referred to as
_______.
sentence groups phrases clauses elements of
structure
D
MCQ Read the following
paragraph and answer the
questions that follow: The
house was situated on the
corner of a quiet street,
within walking distance of
the city centre. The high
wooden fence in front of the
house, which surmounted a
white wall, made it very
private, and the black
wrought iron gates gave it
an air of distinction.
Through the gates, you
could see a paved
courtyard and, beyond the
courtyard, the house itself.
The phrase 'air of
distinction' is a(n)
_________ phrase
adverbial adjectival noun prepositional B
MCQ Read the following
paragraph and answer the
questions that follow: The
house was situated on the
corner of a quiet street,
within walking distance of
the city centre. The high
wooden fence in front of the
house, which surmounted a
white wall, made it very
private, and the black
wrought iron gates gave it
an air of distinction.
Through the gates, you
could see a paved
courtyard and, beyond the
courtyard, the house itself.
The phrase 'high wooden
fence' is a _________
phrase
verb noun prepositional adverbial B

MCQ Read the following
paragraph and answer the
questions that follow: The
house was situated on the
corner of a quiet street,
within walking distance of
the city centre. The high
wooden fence in front of the
house, which surmounted a
white wall, made it very
private, and the black
wrought iron gates gave it
an air of distinction.
Through the gates, you
could see a paved
courtyard and, beyond the
courtyard, the house itself.
The 'and' in the second
sentence functions as a
____________ conjunction
coordinating subordinating correlative summative A
MCQ Read the following
paragraph and answer the
questions that follow: The
house was situated on the
corner of a quiet street,
within walking distance of
the city centre. The high
wooden fence in front of the
house, which surmounted a
white wall, made it very
private, and the black
wrought iron gates gave it
an air of distinction.
Through the gates, you
could see a paved
courtyard and, beyond the
courtyard, the house itself.
The phrase 'of the city
centre' is
a(n)____________ phrase
prepositional verb adverbial adjectival A
MCQ Read the following
paragraph and answer the
questions that follow: The
house was situated on the
corner of a quiet street,
within walking distance of
the city centre. The high
wooden fence in front of the
house, which surmounted a
white wall, made it very
private, and the black
wrought iron gates gave it
an air of distinction.
Through the gates, you
could see a paved
courtyard and, beyond the
courtyard, the house itself.
The phrase 'within walking
distance' is
a(n)____________ phrase
adjectival prepositional verb adverbial D

MCQ Read the following
paragraph and answer the
questions that follow: The
house was situated on the
corner of a quiet street,
within walking distance of
the city centre. The high
wooden fence in front of the
house, which surmounted a
white wall, made it very
private, and the black
wrought iron gates gave it
an air of distinction.
Through the gates, you
could see a paved
courtyard and, beyond the
courtyard, the house itself.
The infinitive of 'was
situated' is_________
to be situated is situated was situated has been
situated
A
MCQ Identify the error in the
capitalised portion of the
sentence and select the
best correction from the
options provided: MY
FATHER, ONCE HAPPY
TO WORK EIGHT HOURS
EACH DAY, NOW WORKS
only when he wishes.
My father, once
happy to work
eight hours each
day, now works
My father
was once
happy to
work eight
hours each
day, he now
works
My father who
once having been
happy to work
eight hours each
day, now works
My father was
once happy to
work eight
hours each
day, and now
works
A
MCQ Identify the error in the
capitalised portion of the
sentence and select the
best correction from the
options provided: The
company's CEO stated that
while his factory has failed
to hold on to several of its
top managers, the sucess
of the company is in its
hiring SEVERAL
PROMISING NEW
SUPERVISORS
the success is in
its hiring
the success it
has is in its
hiring
it has succeeded
in hiring
gaining in its
success at
hiring
C
MCQ Identify the error in the
capitalised portion of the
sentence and select the
best correction from the
options provided: I have
always loved children and
been interested in
paedriatic medicine, SO
I'VE FINALLY DECIDED
TO BECOME ONE
so I've finally
decided to
become one
so finally I've
decided to
become one
so I've finally
decided to
become a
paedriatrician
so I've finally
decided to do
it
C
MCQ Identify the error in the
capitalised portion of the
sentence and select the
best correction from the
options provided: She was
going to attend a party with
a man WHO OWNED A
HUMMER JEEP CALLED
MIKE
who owned a
Hummer jeep
named Mike
named Mike,
who owned a
Hummer jeep
that owned a
Hummer jeep
named Mike
whom owned
a Hummer
jeep named
Mike
B

MCQ Identify the antonym for the
capitalised word in this
sentence: A SOLEMN
assembly was convened in
honour of the deceased
frivolous plain serious sad A
MCQ Identify the antonym for the
capitalised word in this
sentence: Nigerian politics
has been described as a
DO-OR-DIE affair
desperate hopeless dreadful destructive A
MCQ Identify the antonym for the
capitalised word in this
sentence: The nation has
several ALLIES
adversaries enemies friends challengers C
MCQ Identify the synonym for the
capitalised word in this
sentence: I cannot
understand why he is so
FASTIDOUS about the
project
demanding careless obstinate overbearing A
MCQ Identify the synonym for the
capitalised word in this
sentence: The food was
SCANTY
ample enough small meagre D
MCQ Identify the correct
punctuation in the
paragraph below: Mr(1)
Ade was unhappy(2) He
had(3) as usual(4) had a
boring day(5) He said to his
wife(6) Shade(7) (8)I(9) ve
had a boring day and it(10)
s all your fault(11) (12). (12)
is __________
full stop comma quotation
marks/aprostrophe
colon A
MCQ Identify the correct
punctuation in the
paragraph below: Mr(1)
Ade was unhappy(2) He
had(3) as usual(4) had a
boring day(5) He said to his
wife(6) Shade(7) (8)I(9) ve
had a boring day and it(10)
s all your fault(11) (12). (11)
is __________
full stop comma quotation
marks/aprostrophe
colon C
MCQ Identify the correct
punctuation in the
paragraph below: Mr(1)
Ade was unhappy(2) He
had(3) as usual(4) had a
boring day(5) He said to his
wife(6) Shade(7) (8)I(9) ve
had a boring day and it(10)
s all your fault(11) (12). (10)
is __________
full stop comma quotation
marks/aprostrophe
colon C

punctuation in the
paragraph below: Mr(1)
Ade was unhappy(2) He
had(3) as usual(4) had a
boring day(5) He said to his
wife(6) Shade(7) (8)I(9) ve
had a boring day and it(10)
s all your fault(11) (12). (9)
is __________
full stop comma quotation
marks/aprostrophe
colon C
MCQ Identify the correct
punctuation in the
paragraph below: Mr(1)
Ade was unhappy(2) He
had(3) as usual(4) had a
boring day(5) He said to his
wife(6) Shade(7) (8)I(9) ve
had a boring day and it(10)
s all your fault(11) (12). (8)
is __________
full stop comma quotation
marks/aprostrophe
colon C
MCQ Identify the correct
punctuation in the
paragraph below: Mr(1)
Ade was unhappy(2) He
had(3) as usual(4) had a
boring day(5) He said to his
wife(6) Shade(7) (8)I(9) ve
had a boring day and it(10)
s all your fault(11) (12). (7)
is __________
full stop comma quotation
marks/aprostrophe
colon D
MCQ Identify the correct
punctuation in the
paragraph below: Mr(1)
Ade was unhappy(2) He
had(3) as usual(4) had a
boring day(5) He said to his
wife(6) Shade(7) (8)I(9) ve
had a boring day and it(10)
s all your fault(11) (12). (6)
is __________
full stop comma quotaton
marks/aprostrophe
colon B
MCQ Identify the correct
punctuation in the
paragraph below: Mr(1)
Ade was unhappy(2) He
had(3) as usual(4) had a
boring day(5) He said to his
wife(6) Shade(7) (8)I(9) ve
had a boring day and it(10)
s all your fault(11) (12). (5)
is __________
full stop comma quotation
marks/aprostrophe
colon A
MCQ Identify the correct
punctuation in the
paragraph below: Mr(1)
Ade was unhappy(2) He
had(3) as usual(4) had a
boring day(5) He said to his
wife(6) Shade(7) (8)I(9) ve
had a boring day and it(10)
s all your fault(11) (12). (4)
is __________
full stop comma quotation
marks/aprostrophe
colon B

MCQ Identify the correct
punctuation in the
paragraph below: Mr(1)
Ade was unhappy(2) He
had(3) as usual(4) had a
boring day(5) He said to his
wife(6) Shade(7) (8)I(9) ve
had a boring day and it(10)
s all your fault(11) (12). (3)
is __________
full stop comma quotation
marks/aprostrophe
colon B
MCQ Identify the correct
punctuation in the
paragraph below: Mr(1)
Ade was unhappy(2) He
had(3) as usual(4) had a
boring day(5) He said to his
wife(6) Shade(7) (8)I(9) ve
had a boring day and it(10)
s all your fault(11) (12). (2)
is __________
full stop comma quotation
marks/aprostrophe
colon A
MCQ Identify the correct
punctuation in the
paragraph below: Mr(1)
Ade was unhappy(2) He
had(3) as usual(4) had a
boring day(5) He said to his
wife(6) Shade(7) (8)I(9) ve
had a boring day and it(10)
s all your fault(11) (12). (1)
is __________
full stop comma quotation
marks/aprostrophe
colon A
MCQ Select the correct sentence
in which the verb agrees
with its subject:
An intriguing
attractions are the
decorations on the
walls
An intriguing
attraction are
the
decorations
on the walls
An intriguing
attraction is the
decorations on the
walls
An intriguing
attractions is
the
decorations on
the walls
C
MCQ Select the correct sentence
in which the verb agrees
with its subject:
A marvellous sight
is the staircases of
the central tower
A marvellous
sights is the
staircase of
the central
tower
A marvellous sight
are the staircase
of the central
tower
A marvellous
sights are the
staircase of
the central
tower
A
MCQ Select the correct sentence
in which the verb agrees
with its subject:
A feature of
particular beauty
are the courtyard
A features of
particular
beauty are
the courtyard
A feature of
particular beauty
is the courtyards
A feature of
particular
beauty are the
courtyards
C
MCQ Select the correct sentence
in which the verb agrees
with its subject:
The thatched roof
of the structure
remain prominent
features
The thatched
roofs of the
structures
remain a
prominent
feature
The thatched roof
of the structure
remain a
prominent feature
The thatched
roofs of the
structures
remains
prominent
feature
B
MCQ Select the correct sentence
in which the verb agrees
with its subject:
The palace walls
is a defense
against invaders
The palace
walls are a
defense
against
invaders
The palace wall
are a defense
against invaders
The palace
wall were a
defense
against
invaders
B

MCQ Identify the sentence type
of the underlined sentence
in the following passage:
The bright dawn flooded the
room, and swept the
fantastic shadows into
dusky corners, where they
lay shuddering. He rubbed
his eyes, and came close to
the picture and examined it
again .
Simple sentence Compound
sentence
Complex sentence Compoundcomplex
sentence
B
MCQ Identify the sentence type
of the underlined sentence
in the following passage:
He got up from his chair,
and drew a large screen
right in front of the portrait,
shuddering as he glanced
at it. 'HOW HORRIBLE!' HE
MUMURED TO HIMSELF,
AND HE WALKED
ACROSS TO THE
WINDOW AND OPENED
IT.
Simple sentence Compound
sentence
Complex sentence Compoundcomplex
sentence
B
MCQ Identify the sentence type
of the capitalised sentence
in the following passage:
Suddenly there flashed
across his mind what he
had said to the artist the
day the picture had been
finished. Yes, HE
REMEMBERED IT
PERFECTLY.
Simple sentence Compound
sentence
Complex sentence Compoundcomplex
sentence
A
MCQ Identify the sentence type
of the capitalised sentence
in the following passage:
He rubbed his eyes, and
came close to the picture
and examined it again.
THERE WERE NO SIGNS
OF ANY CHANGE WHEN
HE LOOKED AT THE
ACTUAL PAINTING, AND
YET THERE WAS NO
DOUBT THAT THE
WHOLE EXPRESSION
HAD ALTERED.
Simple sentence Compound
sentence
Complex sentence Compoundcomplex
sentence
D
MCQ Identify the sentence type
of the capitalised sentence
in the following passage: As
he was turning the handle
of the door, his eye fell
upon the portrait that had
been painted of him. HE
TURNED ROUND AND,
WALKING TO THE
WINDOW, DREW UP THE
BLIND.
Simple sentence Compound
sentence
Complex sentence Compoundcomplex
sentence
B



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Re: NOUN EExams: ENG223 Past Questions

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FBQ The main idea of a
paragraph is usually
contained in the
topic sentence
FBQ
_in a paragraph can be
achieved through the use of
contrasting sentences, and
repetition of ideas.
Emphasis
FBQ
__has to do with having the
parts of a paragraph in a
meaningful order.
Coherence
FBQ While participants expect to
provide aid to people less
fortunate, they often
discover something else. In
this sentence, an example
of substitution is
they
FBQ While participants expect to
provide aid to people less
fortunate, they often
discover something else. In
this sentence, an example
of a conjunction is
while

FBQ Read the paragraph and
answer the question that
follows: [1]Whether it is a
secondary school or
university graduation,
students acknowledge they
are beginning a new path
on their journey.
[2]Graduations also signify
a rite of passage. [3]There
will be no more
examinations, and anxieties
about grades. [4]A rite of
passage, according to
psychologists, is an event
that prompts movement
from one stage of life to
another. [5]Weddings and
graduations are two
examples of new
beginnings that are
considered significant rites
of passage. [6]Making the
promise for life before loved
ones is the first step to their
new life together. [7]For the
bride and groom, a wedding
signifies the covenant of
fidelity and the couple's
public declaration of love.
The sentences in the
paragraph are not in the
correct order and need to
be rearranged. Sentence 7
after the topic sentence is

FBQ Read the paragraph and
answer the question that
follows: [1]Whether it is a
secondary school or
university graduation,
students acknowledge they
are beginning a new path
on their journey.
[2]Graduations also signify
a rite of passage. [3]There
will be no more
examinations, and anxieties
about grades. [4]A rite of
passage, according to
psychologists, is an event
that prompts movement
from one stage of life to
another. [5]Weddings and
graduations are two
examples of new
beginnings that are
considered significant rites
of passage. [6]Making the
promise for life before loved
ones is the first step to their
new life together. [7]For the
bride and groom, a wedding
signifies the covenant of
fidelity and the couple's
public declaration of love.
The sentences in the
paragraph are not in the
correct order and need to
be rearranged. Sentence 6
after the topic sentence is

FBQ Read the paragraph and
answer the question that
follows: [1]Whether it is a
secondary school or
university graduation,
students acknowledge they
are beginning a new path
on their journey.
[2]Graduations also signify
a rite of passage. [3]There
will be no more
examinations, and anxieties
about grades. [4]A rite of
passage, according to
psychologists, is an event
that prompts movement
from one stage of life to
another. [5]Weddings and
graduations are two
examples of new
beginnings that are
considered significant rites
of passage. [6]Making the
promise for life before loved
ones is the first step to their
new life together. [7]For the
bride and groom, a wedding
signifies the covenant of
fidelity and the couple's
public declaration of love.
The sentences in the
paragraph are not in the
correct order and need to
be rearranged. Sentence 5
after the topic sentence is

FBQ Read the paragraph and
answer the question that
follows: [1]Whether it is a
secondary school or
university graduation,
students acknowledge they
are beginning a new path
on their journey.
[2]Graduations also signify
a rite of passage. [3]There
will be no more
examinations, and anxieties
about grades. [4]A rite of
passage, according to
psychologists, is an event
that prompts movement
from one stage of life to
another. [5]Weddings and
graduations are two
examples of new
beginnings that are
considered significant rites
of passage. [6]Making the
promise for life before loved
ones is the first step to their
new life together. [7]For the
bride and groom, a wedding
signifies the covenant of
fidelity and the couple's
public declaration of love.
The sentences in the
paragraph are not in the
correct order and need to
be rearranged. Sentence 4
after the topic sentence is

FBQ Read the paragraph and
answer the question that
follows: [1]Whether it is a
secondary school or
university graduation,
students acknowledge they
are beginning a new path
on their journey.
[2]Graduations also signify
a rite of passage. [3]There
will be no more
examinations, and anxieties
about grades. [4]A rite of
passage, according to
psychologists, is an event
that prompts movement
from one stage of life to
another. [5]Weddings and
graduations are two
examples of new
beginnings that are
considered significant rites
of passage. [6]Making the
promise for life before loved
ones is the first step to their
new life together. [7]For the
bride and groom, a wedding
signifies the covenant of
fidelity and the couple's
public declaration of love.
The sentences in the
paragraph are not in the
correct order and need to
be rearranged. Sentence 3
after the topic sentence is

FBQ Read the paragraph and
answer the question that
follows: [1]Whether it is a
secondary school or
university graduation,
students acknowledge they
are beginning a new path
on their journey.
[2]Graduations also signify
a rite of passage. [3]There
will be no more
examinations, and anxieties
about grades. [4]A rite of
passage, according to
psychologists, is an event
that prompts movement
from one stage of life to
another. [5]Weddings and
graduations are two
examples of new
beginnings that are
considered significant rites
of passage. [6]Making the
promise for life before loved
ones is the first step to their
new life together. [7]For the
bride and groom, a wedding
signifies the covenant of
fidelity and the couple's
public declaration of love.
The sentences in the
paragraph are not in the
correct order and need to
be rearranged. Sentence 2
after the topic sentence is

FBQ Read the paragraph and
answer the question that
follows: [1]Whether it is a
secondary school or
university graduation,
students acknowledge they
are beginning a new path
on their journey.
[2]Graduations also signify
a rite of passage. [3]There
will be no more
examinations, and anxieties
about grades. [4]A rite of
passage, according to
psychologists, is an event
that prompts movement
from one stage of life to
another. [5]Weddings and
graduations are two
examples of new
beginnings that are
considered significant rites
of passage. [6]Making the
promise for life before loved
ones is the first step to their
new life together. [7]For the
bride and groom, a wedding
signifies the covenant of
fidelity and the couple's
public declaration of love.
The concluding statement
is in sentence

FBQ Read the paragraph and
answer the question that
follows: [1]Whether it is a
secondary school or
university graduation,
students acknowledge they
are beginning a new path
on their journey.
[2]Graduations also signify
a rite of passage. [3]There
will be no more
examinations, and anxieties
about grades. [4]A rite of
passage, according to
psychologists, is an event
that prompts movement
from one stage of life to
another. [5]Weddings and
graduations are two
examples of new
beginnings that are
considered significant rites
of passage. [6]Making the
promise for life before loved
ones is the first step to their
new life together. [7]For the
bride and groom, a wedding
signifies the covenant of
fidelity and the couple's
public declaration of love.
The topic of the paragraph
is in sentence
4
FBQ The students won
scholarships. They
performed well. The part of
the sentence that has been
omitted or substituted is
the students
FBQ The police caught and
jailed the thief'. The part of
the sentence that has been
omitted or substituted is
the thief
FBQ She picked one, her
husband two'. The part of
the sentence that has been
omitted or substituted is
picked
FBQ He may sing, but I don't
think he will'. The part of the
sentence that has been
omitted or substituted is
sing

FBQ Select the correct pronoun
from the options provided in
this sentence: 'Most of
Nigeria's industry has (its,
their) centre in Nairobi
its
FBQ Select the correct pronoun
from the options provided in
this sentence: 'After Nigeria
became a British
Protectorate, some of its
rural population began (its,
their) to urban centres'. The
correct pronoun is
their
FBQ Select the correct pronoun
from the options provided in
this sentence: 'Many
African communities
receive (its, their) names
from landmarks'. The
correct pronoun is
their
FBQ Select the correct pronoun
from the options provided in
this sentence: 'Nigeria
derived its name from (its,
their) landmarks'. The
correct pronoun is
its
FBQ Select the correct pronoun
from the options provided in
this sentence: Each of the
landmarks discovered by
the Masai was named after
(its, their) characteristics'.
The correct pronoun is
its
FBQ Select the correct pronoun
from the options provided in
this sentence: All of Africa's
major cities saw (its, their)
beginnings in modest
settlements'. The correct
pronoun is
their
FBQ His grandfather was born
during a recession, likewise
his grandmother'. The
conjunction in this sentence
is
likewise

FBQ The meeting was held
behind closed doors; as a
result, the staff did not
know the outcome'. The
conjunction in this sentence
is
as a result
FBQ I will finish the assignment
the minute I get home'. The
conjunction in this sentence
is
the minute
FBQ He planned a brief meeting
knowing his boss hates
long meetings'. The
conjunction in this sentence
is
knowing
FBQ I will finish the paper work
when I have a spare
moment'. The conjunction
in this sentence is
when
FBQ 'She opened the suitcase
so I could see inside'. The
conjunction in this sentence
is
so
FBQ It was not her fault;
nevertheless she was late'.
The conjunction in this
sentence is
nevertheless
FBQ I wonder whether it is better
to write him a letter'. The
conjunction in this sentence
is
whether
FBQ Identify the underlined word
or phrase as a conjunct,
disjunct or adjunct: We
should check back on them
tomorrow. The underlined
word or phrase is a(n)
adjunct
FBQ Identify the underlined word
or phrase as a conjunct,
disjunct or adjunct: In those
days, such a thing was
unheard of. The underlined
word or phrase is a(n)
adjunct

FBQ Identify the underlined word
or phrase as a conjunct,
disjunct or adjunct: In
conclusion, there are
advantages and
disavantages. The
underlined word or phrase
is a(n)
conjunct
FBQ Identify the underlined word
or phrase as a conjunct,
disjunct or adjunct: In short,
cost is an unknown factor
and the most economical
choice is not known. The
underlined word or phrase
is a(n)
disjunct
FBQ Identify the underlined word
or phrase as a conjunct,
disjunct or adjunct: In all
sincerity, permanent staff
are more reliable than
hourly paid staff. The
underlined word or phrase
is a(n)
disjunct
FBQ Identify the underlined word
or phrase as a conjunct,
disjunct or adjunct: In fact, it
is not necessarily the case,
especially as there is no
way of knowing what the
relative costs of hourly-paid
staff and permanent staff
will be in ten years' time.
The underlined word or
phrase is a(n)
disjunct
FBQ Identify the underlined word
or phrase as a conjunct,
disjunct or adjunct: As a
consequence of these two
advantages, permanent
staff would seem to be a
better option. The
underlined word or phrase
is a(n)
conjunct
FBQ Identify the underlined word
or phrase as a conjunct,
disjunct or adjunct:
Naturally, nothing is so
simple. The underlined
word or phrase is a(n)
disjunct

FBQ Identify the underlined word
or phrase as a conjunct,
disjunct or adjunct: In other
word, they are cheaper and
more reliable so they are
better. The underlined word
or phrase is a(n)
conjunct
FBQ Identify the underlined word
or phrase as a conjunct,
disjunct or adjunct: To begin
with, it is necessary to
consider the long-term
implications of the decision
to increase our dependence
on permanent staff in our
restaurants. The underlined
word or phrase is a(n)
conjunct
FBQ 'He did the job well, but
hadn't finished it by the time
I came home'. The object of
the verb 'came' in the
sentence is
home
FBQ He did the job well, but
hadn't finished it by the time
I came home'. The object of
the verb 'did' in the
sentence is
job
FBQ He did the job well, but
hadn't finished it by the time
I came home'. The main
clause in the sentence is
He did the job well
FBQ 'He did the job well, but
hadn't finished it by the time
I came home'. The
prepositional phrase in the
sentence is
by the time
FBQ 'He did the job well, but
hadn't finished it by the time
I came home'. The past
perfect tense verb in the
sentence is
hadn't finished
FBQ 'He did the job well, but
hadn't finished it by the time
I came home'. The
impersonal pronoun in the
sentence is
it

FBQ He did the job well, but
hadn't finished it by the time
I came home'. The
conjunction in the sentence
is
but
FBQ He hadn't finished it by
dinner time'. The personal
pronoun in the sentence is
he
FBQ 'He did the job well, but
hadn't finished it by the time
I came home'. The adverb
in the sentence is
well
FBQ 'He hadn't finished the job
by the time I came home'.
The simple past tense verb
in the sentence is
came
FBQ Well written compositions
should be clear and
coherent
FBQ
is the first stage in
composition writing
planning


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