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UNIVERSIDAD MARIANO GALVEZ DE GUATEMALA EXAM ANALYSIS

SERIES I: INSTRUCTIONS: For each of the following sentences, identify the pronoun of the type indicated in parentheses by underlining it. There may be more than one type of pronoun in each sentence. B) TYPES OF PRONOUNS

1. Which of the animals do you think has the worst reputation? (interrogative) 2. I believe the skunk is the animal that most people want to avoid. (relative) 3. When the tide comes in, it brings a variety of interesting items from the sea. (personal) B) TYPES OF PRONOUNS INSTRUCTION: Identify each type of pronoun and classify them accordingly. all

that

That

Some

these

which

yourself

I what

whom its

Relative

this

who

those

few

themselves

you himself

any

them

myself

which nobody

Interrogative Indefinite Demonstrative

Reflexive

Personal


UNIVERSIDAD MARIANO GALVEZ DE GUATEMALA EXAM ANALYSIS

SERIES II PRONOUN-ANTECEDENT AGREEMENT INSTRUCTIONS: Most of the following sentences contain errors in pronounantecedent agreement. Identify each error and rewrite the sentence with the correct pronoun or pronouns, If the sentence is already correct write C in the space provided.

1. Everybody had a chance to express their opinion about the new shopping mall.

2. Mrs. Gomez and Mr. Franklin are happy about his or her new business locations at the mall.

3. Several members of the council said that the mall has taken away many of their customers.

4. The Small Business Council then agreed to take their proposal to the mayor.

5. Many members said they favored the plan, and a proposal was discussed.

SERIES III ELEMENTS OF A SHORT STORY Instructions: Write a word from the box to complete the following sentences.

Plot Introduction Point of view Conflict

Omniscient climax internal

two

External Resolution complications

1.

A struggle between __________________.

opposing

characters

of

forces

is

2.

The series of related events that make-up a story is __________________.

3.

In the _____________________point of view, the writer knows everything about the characters and conflicts.


UNIVERSIDAD MARIANO GALVEZ DE GUATEMALA EXAM ANALYSIS

SERIES IV ELEMENTS OF FICTION INSTRUCTIONS: Write a “T” if the statement is true or an “F” if the statement is false. 1.

_________

Fiction claims to be true and nonfiction claims to have some basis in real happenings.

2.

_________

Nonfiction can be about any event in our lives.

3.

_________

Figurative language has no place in nonfiction writing.

4.

_________

One goal of nonfiction writing is to let readers make up their own minds about the facts presented.

5.

_________

Subjective nonfiction is personal.

SERIE V INSTRUCTIONS: Read the following story and answer the questions in the bottom.

The Great Train Robbery By Brenda B. Covert

Kevin Gilmore anxiously anticipated the video that had been scheduled. For this session of the motion picture club, a twelve-minute, black-and-white classic called "The Great Train Robbery" was being shown. Filmed in 1903, it was the first narrative film in history! Edwin S. Porter, the man who had conceived, directed, and edited the film, based it on a felony that occurred in 1900. To prepare for the meeting, Kevin had read a short vignette of the crime in an encyclopedia. Butch Cassidy's "Wild Bunch" gang had robbed a train near Table Rock, Wyoming. They stopped the Union Pacific's No. 3 train and forced the conductor to unfasten the passenger cars from the rest of the train. Then they blew up the mail car's safe and ran off with $5,000 in cash………………………… 1

READING COMPREHENSIO QUESTIONS 1. This story is written mainly from Kevin's point of view. Only one paragraph is written from another viewpoint. Which paragraph is it? Paragraph 14 Paragraph 11 Paragraph 7 Paragraph 4 2. Which of these is a fact in the story? The acting in the film was laughable. The film was the first Western movie ever made. The film contained mind-boggling special effects. Porter copied famous comedy routines in his movie.


UNIVERSIDAD MARIANO GALVEZ DE GUATEMALA EXAM ANALYSIS

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100 pts. 100%


EXAM ANALYSIS