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Past Exam for ENGL 3373 - MODERN ENGLISH SYNTAX with Kim at Texas Tech (TTU)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 3
Professor:Kim
Class:ENGL 3373 - MODERN ENGLISH SYNTAX
Subject:ENGLISH
University:Texas Tech University
Term:Fall 2008
Keywords:
  • Correct Statement
  • Interesting
  • Differentiate
  • I Would Like
  • I Would Like To
  • I Would Like...
  • (to/for) Him/it
  • Following Sentences
  • (to/for) Me
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ENGL 3373 Exam 3 Mocktest Your name: _____________________________________________ Dr. Min-Joo Kim [1-8] Please determine the syntactic subject of each sentence by underlining it (2 points each: 16 total). Example: John likes football. 1. The blind man was looking for his cane. 2. The man with a telescope hit the ball. 3. Frankly, his testimony was untruthful. 4. Julie’s father hasn’t met John yet. 5. The fact that Brian told me a lie was a real bummer. 6. To know oneself is the hardest thing of all. 7. It was really interesting to learn Keith had a secret life. 8. Maria and her boy friend came to the party. [9-16] Please identify the main verb of each sentence by underlining it. If the sentence is a complex one, underline the main verb of the embedding sentence. (2 points each: 16 total) Example: I know that John loves me. 9. The blind man was looking for his cane. 10. The man with a telescope hit the ball. 11. Frankly, his testimony was untruthful. 12. Julie’s father hasn’t met John yet. 13. The f...

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