What is the most important point in the following sentence?

My sister, Emily, the tallest girl in her class, has many friends.

A. Emily is my sister.

B. Emily is the tallest girl in her class.

C. Emily has many friends.

D. My sister's name is Emily.

2. Increasing your vocabulary means

A. you'll write longer sentences

B. you'll write more lively sentences.

C. you'll spend less time on revision.

D. you'll be able to spend more time reading.

14 Answers

  • the point is that emily has many friends, C

    you will write more lively sentences with a better vocabulary.


  • 1) c - you could take out "my sister" and the dependent clause "the tallest girl in her class" and still have a sentence: Emily has many friends. That is the true point to the sentence.

    2) b - A better vocabulary shouldn't change the length of sentences you write...longer sentences aren't necessarily better. You should always spend a lot of time revising. You might not always be putting different words in, but you could be making several types of changes. D makes no sense.

  • C. Emily has many friends

    B. you'll write more lively sentences.

  • Definitely C for the first one.

    #2 is B.

  • a and d are an same backwards, so no longer those, b i kindof a social boster, and that leaves c, acquaintances are the biggest element in ure existence, they back u up, lend u reformatory money, and are many times interesting to be with

  • That she is the tallest girl in her class.

  • C -

    I thought school was out for the year.

  • part one c. everyone like to have many friends

    part two b. lively sentences increase your desire to read.

  • 1. D

    2. B & C could both be correct

  • 1 - D

    2- C

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