Q1. Name three sensitive areas of Proofreading. How can we polish up the final product/written material by proofreading these sensitive areas? (5 Marks)
Proofreading is the final stage of the editing process, focusing on surface errors such as misspellings and mistakes in grammar and punctuation. Good writing always involves modification and revision, and proofreading is a fundamental part of this process. Sensitive areas of proofreading are given billow.
- I. Content.
- II. Format.
- III. Mechanics.
Q2. Differentiate between free morpheme and bound morpheme. Give at least two examples each. (5 Marks)
A morpheme is a smallest unit of language. Thay can use alone.
Such as bag, book and pen.
Bags and books have two morphemes such as one is bag and second is “s”. Also in second “s” is a second morpheme.
Bounded morpheme are those who can not use alone.
Q3. Fill in the blanks with correct terms. (5 Marks)
- Pronunciation involves using various symbols to represent sounds.
- A dictionary that contains geographical and biographical information is called an encyclopedic dictionary
- The opposite of a concrete noun is concrete noun.
- A preposition links nouns, pronouns and phrases to other words in a sentence.
- Complex Sentences contains one independent with one or more subordinate clauses joined by a subordinator.
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