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King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences COSHP Quiz 4: IAW & DCS (chapter 9) English 111 (Communication Skills II)

Name of Student: ____________________________________

Student Number: ___________________________________ Group _________

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/ 15 marks

Instructions:

1. Read all the instructions carefully 2. You have 35 minutes to complete the test 3. Make sure your name and student number are filled out on the cover page

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ENGL 111 IRW QUIZ 3B Read the essay and answer the questions that follow: Deadly Ware

(15 points in total) (12 Points)

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“It’s better to be acceptable than unacceptable.” This statement is valid for

all human situations. So, would one rather be socially unacceptable or acceptable? Exercising and keeping fit draws people to one; whereas smoking pushes people way from one. Smoking kills more people than the combined mortality rates from road accidents, homicide and AIDS. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), smoking “harms nearly every organ of the body”, as well as creates diseases that make the smoker generally unhealthy. It is therefore a “no brainer” to avoid any activity to do with tobacco or cigarettes. Even as tobacco companies glamorize smoking cigarettes by associating it with sophistication and being “cool”, smoking should be avoided at all costs. It is a sleek way of peddling death to the unaware. Thus, unlike exercising; smoking is fatal, expensive, and socially degrading. 2

In the first place, smoking’s high fatality rate makes it very dangerous for

human consumption. Smokers die most because of the toxicity of cigarettes. 3

In the second place, the cost of packs of cigarettes is expensive, therefore

it’s economically unwise to smoke. 4

___________________________________________________________.

This powerful, unnatural smell, which is the outcome of smoking, makes people keep away from smokers. This is socially degrading because the odor coming from the smoker makes people keep their distance from him or her. 5

The disadvantages of smoking far outweigh the advantages; hence it’s in the

smokers’ best interest to quit. While some may see smoking as a social-bonding pursuit, it’s a very destructive way of life. If the fatality rate, cost of smoking and social degradation aren’t deterrents, I don’t know what would be.

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1. The essay starts with _________________. A. a quotation B. a topic sentence C. a supporting paragraph D. an introduction 2. The topic of the essay is _________________. A. tobacco companies B. diseases C. socially acceptable or socially unacceptable D. smoking 3. What is the thesis statement? A. Even as tobacco companies glamorize smoking cigarettes by associating it with sophistication and being “cool”, smoking should be avoided at all costs. B. Thus, unlike exercising; smoking is fatal, expensive, and socially degrading. C. There is an overwhelming body of statistics to back up smoking’s causes of death. D. “It’s better to be acceptable than unacceptable.” 4. How many supports does the writer use? A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5 5. What would be the best conclusion for paragraph 2? A. The death rate for smoking is very high. B. As a result of the death rate, smoking should be avoided. C. The mortality rate of smoking is high. D. Smoking should be avoided because it’s unhealthy. 6. What can be a good topic sentence for paragraph 4? A. Third of all, socially degrading. B. Thirdly, the stench on the breath of smokers makes smoking socially degrading. C. Finally, people keep away from smokers. D. Third of all, exercising is rewarding.

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7. In which paragraph do we find an adjective clause? A. Paragraph 1 B. Paragraph 2 C. Paragraph 3 D. Paragraph 4

8. Which paragraph could the following detail belong to? Paying in excess of SR 10,000 per year for something that causes death is outrageous. A. Paragraph 5 B. Paragraph 2 C. Paragraph 3 D. Paragraph 4 9. What is the last paragraph? A. The conclusion B. Supporting paragraph C. Concluding sentence D. An opinion 10. What pattern of organization did the writer include? A. Logical division of ideas B. Process (time) order C. Comparison/contrast D. Some of the main points 11. In which paragraph do we find a complex sentence? A. Paragraph 2 B. Paragraph 3 C. Paragraph 4 D. Paragraph 5. 12. What would be a good summary of the essay? A. Smoking causes more harm than good. B. People stay away from smokers. C. Smokers have few friends. D. Smoking may make smoker unhealthy.

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B. Look at the essay outline and fill in the blanks.

(3 points)

I. INTRODUCTION (Thesis statement)- There are no real benefits to getting a part-time job in a shop when studying in university.

II. BODY A. (Topic Sentence)-You won’t have enough time to study. 1. (Main Supporting Point)- You might have to work when you have to revise for exams. 2. (Main Supporting Point)- (1 point)_____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________.

B. (Topic Sentence)- (1 point)____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________. 1. (Main Supporting Point)- Your boss might be rude to you. 2. (Main Supporting Point)- Your peers might be jealous of you. 3. (Main Supporting Point)- The customers will be very demanding.

C. Topic Sentence)- Your health will suffer. 1. (Main Supporting Point)- You will constantly be tired. 2. (Main Supporting Point)- You might have to work in unhygienic situations.

III. CONCLUSION (1 point) _____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ .

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