ENGL 101 ENGL101 Module 7 Test 3 (Liberty University)

ENGL 101 ENGL101 Module 7 Test 3 (Liberty University)

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ENGL 101 Module 7 Test 3

  1. The argument of the above visual is communicated through
  2. The argument of the above visual is communicated through a comparison between
  3. The visual uses images and text to evoke readers’ feelings of
  4. One can argue from a Christian perspective that humans are
  5. The visual uses images and text to evoke readers’ feelings of
  6. The purpose of the visual is to
  7. Informative, sincere argument is essential to the health of democracy and of societies around the world.
  8. A summary contains more details and appears in the same logical order as the source material.
  9. Deductions establish that a conclusion must be true because the premises are also true.
  10. You should cite not only sources that you quote, but also those that you summarize and paraphrase.
  11. A summary contains a concise restatement of the original source material.
  12. When you directly quote a whole sentence, you must start the quote with a capital letter.
  13. Visual images can be read as texts conveying powerful arguments.
  14. The argument of the above visual is communicated through
  15. _____ is a way of reasoning in which a general statement is reached on the basis of specific examples.
  16. Arguments are always intended to change what the opposing side thinks.
  17. Critical readers of the visual would wonder if there is a connection between
  18. A _____ is verifiable information.
  19. Both APA References page and MLA Works Cited page are
  20. If you use an encyclopedia article or a specialized dictionary entry in your essay, you are exempt from giving the full citation in your Works Cited or References entry.
  21. Margins for both APA and Turabian papers must be
  22. _____ is the connection, typically assumed and unstated, between a claim and the supporting reasons.
  23. Which of the following writing styles does not require an abstract?
  24. Entries in a References and/or Works Cited page must be written
  25. Some arguments are conducted solely to study a topic and increase knowledge and understanding of an issue.

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