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Level 1: Self-Assessment—Nouns
Use the following self-assessment exercises to improve your knowledge of and power over English grammar, mechanics, and usage. Review all of Section 1.1 in the Handbook of Grammar, Mechanics, and Usage that appears at the end of this book. Answers to these exercises appear on page AK-1.
For items 1–5, indicate which words are common nouns and which are proper nouns.
1. Give the balance sheet to Melissa. Common noun: Sheet Proper noun: Melissa
2. After three years of declining sales, the board fired the CEO and hired a replacement from Google. Common noun: years, sales, board, CEO, replacment Proper noun: Google
3. Tarnower Corporation donates a portion of its profits to charity every year. Common noun: donates, profits, year Proper noun: Tarnower Corporation
4. Which aluminum bolts are packaged? Common noun: bolts Proper noun:
5. Please send the Joneses a dozen of each of the following: stopwatches, canteens, headbands, and wristbands. Common noun: following, stopwatches, canteens, headbands, wristbands Proper noun: Joneses

In items 6–10, underline the subjects and circle the objects.
6. The technician has already repaired the machine for the client.
7. An attorney will talk to the group about incorporation.
8. After her vacation, the buyer prepared a third-quarter budget.
9. More than 90 percent of the research staff has contributed to the new wiki.
10. Accuracy overrides speed in importance.
For items 11–15, indicate any inappropriate noun plurals and possessives and provide the correct form.
11. Make sure that all copys include the new addresses. copies
12. Ask Jennings to collect all employee’s donations for the Red Cross drive. employees'
13. Charlie now has two son-in-laws to help him with his two online business’s. son-in-law
14. Avoid using too many parenthesises when writing your…...

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