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This R word describes when a writer repeats himself or says the same thing twice in different ways
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This R word describes when a writer repeats himself or says the same thing twice in different ways
redundant or redundancy
What word should be changed in this sentence to to make the subject agree with the verb? - Good students do his homework.
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What word should be changed in this sentence to to make the subject agree with the verb? - Good students do his homework.
his should be changed to their
the common phrase 'would of' should really be :would _____'
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the common phrase 'would of' should really be :would _____'
have
What kind of grammatical 'voice' is being used in this sentence? - The shoe was put on by bill.
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What kind of grammatical 'voice' is being used in this sentence? - The shoe was put on by bill.
passive voice
What is the antecedent of this sentence? - Jenny ate her mother's cookies.
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What is the antecedent of this sentence? - Jenny ate her mother's cookies.
Jenny
How many questions are on the English ACT?
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How many questions are on the English ACT?
75
How many minutes do you have to complete the English ACT?
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How many minutes do you have to complete the English ACT?
45
you should try to look at the ___________ before you read the passage
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you should try to look at the ___________ before you read the passage
question
you should try not to look at the ________ before you answer the question
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you should try not to look at the ________ before you answer the question
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how do you calculate your scale score on the English test?
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how do you calculate your scale score on the English test?
take raw score X 36 /75 -2
what is one strategy we have learned to read better or faster
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what is one strategy we have learned to read better or faster
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it is called __________ a ___________ ___________ when you skip a passage
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it is called __________ a ___________ ___________ when you skip a passage
sacrificing a reading passage
what is the first thing you must do to understand a reading passage?
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what is the first thing you must do to understand a reading passage?
main idea
how many passages are included in the reading portion of the ACT
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how many passages are included in the reading portion of the ACT
4
name the four different reading passages that are found in the Reading ACT
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name the four different reading passages that are found in the Reading ACT
Prose fiction, social studies, humanities, natural science
in order to have the highest chance to get the highest amount of points that you can, you must do what? hint. you do this if even if you are running out of time
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in order to have the highest chance to get the highest amount of points that you can, you must do what? hint. you do this if even if you are running out of time
answer as all the questions
how many minutes do you have to complete the reading test?
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how many minutes do you have to complete the reading test?
35
How many questions are on the reading test?
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How many questions are on the reading test?
40
explain a double drill or a 2x drill
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explain a double drill or a 2x drill
when a person reads at twice his or her normal reading speed in order to condition the eye muscles to read faster
calculate the reading speed of a person who reads ten lines in one minute of a passage that has 5 words per line
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calculate the reading speed of a person who reads ten lines in one minute of a passage that has 5 words per line
50 words per minute
what is the highest possible score on a writing test?
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what is the highest possible score on a writing test?
6
how many people grade the writing test?
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how many people grade the writing test?
2
What happens if the people who grade the writing test are more than two points away from each other when they are scoring a writing test?
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What happens if the people who grade the writing test are more than two points away from each other when they are scoring a writing test?
a third person must make the final judgment call
name the characteristics of a paper that gets a score of 0
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name the characteristics of a paper that gets a score of 0
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how many maximum pages should you write while doing the written portion of the ACT?
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how many maximum pages should you write while doing the written portion of the ACT?
no more than 4
Calculate how much time you will have to take all four parts of your ACT with Writing
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Calculate how much time you will have to take all four parts of your ACT with Writing
three hours and 25 minutes or 205 minutes




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