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GMAT Study Topic: GMAT Sentence Correction

Posted on Sun Jan 03 23:05:17 EST 2016  /  
GMAT Flash Card: What do you do if you an error is not readily apparent?
GMAT Flash Card: What are indefinite pronouns?
GMAT Flash Card: Which indefinite pronouns are always singular?
GMAT Flash Card: Which indefinite pronouns are always plural?
GMAT Flash Card: Which indefinite pronouns are plural or singular depending on the noun to which they refer?
GMAT Flash Card: Are singular subject joined with another pronoun via prepositions plural?
GMAT Flash Card: What is the only key word that can join singular subjects to make them plural?
GMAT Flash Card: How do you handle the singularity or plurality of two distinct words or phrases joined by correlatives: i.e. either–or, neither–nor,…?
GMAT Flash Card: What must be true about pronouns with respect to the words they refer to?
GMAT Flash Card: What must be true about pronouns with respect to their case (whenever a form of the verb "to be" is used)?
GMAT Flash Card: What must every pronoun refer to?
GMAT Flash Card: What must be true about tenses of verbs with respect to their case? (time wise)
GMAT Flash Card: How do you handle elliptical verb phrases?
GMAT Flash Card: How do you handle a pronoun modifying a gerund?
GMAT Flash Card: What can modify verbs?
GMAT Flash Card: What do you use to describe a hypothetical situation vs. options?
GMAT Flash Card: What word is required when making “better” comparisons?
GMAT Flash Card: What word is required when making “as” comparisons?
GMAT Flash Card: Where is the best place to place a modifier?
GMAT Flash Card: How do you fix run–on sentences?
GMAT Flash Card: What is required for subordinate clauses?
GMAT Flash Card: Can you use “Because” to start a noun clause?
GMAT Flash Card: “That” is the short form of what?
GMAT Flash Card: Should you read answer A?
GMAT Flash Card: What type of errors won’t be on sentence correction questions?
GMAT Flash Card: Can sentences contain more than one error?
GMAT Flash Card: What is true with regards to the meaning of the sentence?
GMAT Flash Card: How do you handle it when you have imperfect options in the answers?
GMAT Flash Card: When should you use the passive voice?
GMAT Flash Card: How do you handle ellipsis? (3 steps)
GMAT Flash Card: What are participles? and what can't they do?
GMAT Flash Card: When using conjunctions, what is subordination vs. coordination and how do you implement both?
GMAT Flash Card: What form of a verb always marks subordinate phrases?
GMAT Flash Card: What common error regarding the verb “to be” or “being” should you be on the lookout for?
GMAT Flash Card: What are subjunctives?
GMAT Flash Card: Give an example of the subjunctive for the following :
GMAT Flash Card: Difference between “greater than” and “more than”?
GMAT Flash Card: Difference between “fewer” and “less than”?
GMAT Flash Card: “number” vs. “amount”
GMAT Flash Card: Is percent a quantifiable quantity?
GMAT Flash Card: “Much” refers to what?
GMAT Flash Card: “few” vs. “little”
GMAT Flash Card: How do you use “One of the ____ (that/who) _____ ?
GMAT Flash Card: How do you use “consider”?
GMAT Flash Card: Deciding ____?
GMAT Flash Card: Just as X, ____ Y?
GMAT Flash Card: Not so much ….. ____?
GMAT Flash Card: How do you handle dangling modifiers?
GMAT Flash Card: “refuse” goes with what word?
GMAT Flash Card: “derived” goes with what word?
GMAT Flash Card: “credited” goes with what word?
GMAT Flash Card: “between” is always followed by what word?
GMAT Flash Card: “fewer _____”?
GMAT Flash Card: When should you use between vs. among?
GMAT Flash Card: when do yo use:
GMAT Flash Card: Can the subject of a sentence come after the verb?
GMAT Flash Card: Describe a construction where the subject of a sentence comes after the verb?
GMAT Flash Card: What is the difference between the perfect tense and past perfect tense?
GMAT Flash Card: Subject should agree with what two things?
GMAT Flash Card: What should you keep track of throughout the entire sentence?
GMAT Flash Card: What are two common errors with pronouns?
GMAT Flash Card: What does a semicolon delineate?
GMAT Flash Card: What are two things you should avoid in all sentence correction questions?
GMAT Flash Card: When is the concise option incorrect?
GMAT Flash Card: When the entire sentence is underlined, what answer will have a greater probability of being correct?
GMAT Flash Card: When should you use whether vs. if?
GMAT Flash Card: Forbids x _______ vs prohibit x _____
GMAT Flash Card: When do you use compared to vs compare with?
GMAT Flash Card: What does “less “ and “fewer” translate to?
GMAT Flash Card: When do you use “like” vs. “as”?
GMAT Flash Card: What is the plurality of the “A number” vs. “The number”?
GMAT Flash Card: Same as X ____ Y?
GMAT Flash Card: Just as X ___ Y? (also)
GMAT Flash Card: What infinitives should you avoid?
GMAT Flash Card: What’s wrong with the following sentence? – “…with child–care facilities included.”
GMAT Flash Card: What form of to be is passive and should be avoided?
GMAT Flash Card: Target X ____?
GMAT Flash Card: Which pronoun is usually ambiguous and you should be suspicious of?
GMAT Flash Card: In comparisons, what should you watch out for regarding actions? How do you fix the following sentence : – “French wines taste better than Australian wines.” (Incorrect)
GMAT Flash Card: How do you fix a misplaced modifier into a legal sentence?
GMAT Flash Card: –ing is what form of a verb? And how does it relate to the main clause?
GMAT Flash Card: Numbers greater than 1 followed by a clause, are singular or plural?
GMAT Flash Card: With regards to fractions, percentages or indefinite quantifiers, what does the verb agree with?
GMAT Flash Card: How do you handle “hopefully”?
GMAT Flash Card: How do you use “Having _____”?
GMAT Flash Card: What always follows thinking words? i.e. Her belief ____?
GMAT Flash Card: When do you use “credit with” vs. “credit to” vs. “credit for”?
GMAT Flash Card: What's wrong with the following sentece:
GMAT Flash Card: “might” is the past tense of?
GMAT Flash Card: When you have a quantifier describing a noun, what is the plularity? Example: –“most of the people ___” vs. –“most of the water ____”?
GMAT Flash Card: “Majority” should only be used with? Example: “the majority of ___?
GMAT Flash Card: “Just as” can also be written as?
GMAT Flash Card: When do you use ‘like” vs. “as” with respect to nouns?
GMAT Flash Card: When you have two answers that are grammatically correct with the only difference in the meaning, which one should you choose?
GMAT Flash Card: What’s wrong with the following sentence? Example: – “The change was when I came to the U.S.” ?
GMAT Flash Card: What should you immediately check when you see the pronoun “it”?
GMAT Flash Card: “for”, when not used specifically as a preposition, can also be written as?
GMAT Flash Card: “along with” can also be written as?
GMAT Flash Card: when do you use “Concerned with” vs. “concerned for” vs "concerned about"?
GMAT Flash Card: What can “so” replace?
GMAT Flash Card: What can “it” replace?
GMAT Flash Card: “Each” is singular or plural?
GMAT Flash Card: so ___ as to ____ ?
GMAT Flash Card: What does “due to” mean? What is a common misuse of the “due to”?
GMAT Flash Card: When you use “..not ___ but ___..” what are you comparing?
GMAT Flash Card: In contrast ___?
GMAT Flash Card: “Each” is singular or plural?
GMAT Flash Card: How should “so … as to” be written?
GMAT Flash Card: What does “due to” mean? What is a common misuse of the “due to”?
GMAT Flash Card: When you use “..not ___ but ___..” what are you comparing?
GMAT Flash Card: In contrast ___?
GMAT Flash Card: Are collective nouns singular or plural? class, orchestra, army, administration,etc.
GMAT Flash Card: which indefinite pronouns can be singular or plural and how can you remember them?
GMAT Flash Card: Each and Every are singular or plural?
GMAT Flash Card: use "majority" as a singular subject as well as a plural subject
GMAT Flash Card: singular or plural: the subject is an entire phrase
GMAT Flash Card: when the subject comes after the verb in a sentence, how do you check its agreement?
GMAT Flash Card: whats the difference between the indicative mood vs the subjunctive mood?
GMAT Flash Card: what is the infinitive form of a verb?
GMAT Flash Card: what is a split infinitive?
GMAT Flash Card: difference between the simple tense vs. the progressive tense
GMAT Flash Card: what is the perfect tense?
GMAT Flash Card: present perfect tense example:
GMAT Flash Card: describe the past perfect form vs the simple perfect form.
GMAT Flash Card: give an example that employ mixed different past tenses.
GMAT Flash Card: if an action began in the past and continues in the present, what tense do you use?
GMAT Flash Card: give the past participle for the following verbs:
GMAT Flash Card: how do you write the present perfect and past perfect tense for the verb "to have"?
GMAT Flash Card: does an if–then clause require the "then"?
GMAT Flash Card: how do you write the following if then clause in the present, past and past perfect tenses:
GMAT Flash Card: whats wrong with the following sentence:
GMAT Flash Card: when can you see the subjunctive used?
GMAT Flash Card: whats wrong with the following sentence and how do you fix it?
GMAT Flash Card: fix the following and explain why:
GMAT Flash Card: fix the following and explain why:
GMAT Flash Card: what types of verbs can never be written in the passive voice
GMAT Flash Card: when can you use the passive voice? (rare)
GMAT Flash Card: What 3 things should you avoid in style?
GMAT Flash Card: what 3 types of errors with pronouns can you expect on the gmat?
GMAT Flash Card: give the object and possessive form of the following subject pronouns:
GMAT Flash Card: correct the following sentence and explain what is wrong:
GMAT Flash Card: what four pronouns should be wary of? why?
GMAT Flash Card: a consequence _____
GMAT Flash Card: a debate ____
GMAT Flash Card: a responsibility ____
GMAT Flash Card: a sequence ____
GMAT Flash Card: an adverb can modify what?
GMAT Flash Card: correct and explain:
GMAT Flash Card: when do you use good vs well?
GMAT Flash Card: Does an adverbial modifier need to be as close as possible to the word it is modifying?
GMAT Flash Card: How can you tell whether a modifying phrase is adverbial?
GMAT Flash Card: fix and explain:
GMAT Flash Card: what is preferable: a modifier ending in –ing or a relative pronoun (which, that, who, whose, whom) + simple verb?
GMAT Flash Card: when deciding between which and that, what is a good method to use?
GMAT Flash Card: what is usually used to set off non essential clauses from the main clause?
GMAT Flash Card: if an answer choice differs from the original sentence in that it sets a clause apart with commas, how should you pick an answer?
GMAT Flash Card: in the gmat, if which refers to the action of the preceding clause.. what should you do?
GMAT Flash Card: more x ____ y
GMAT Flash Card: the more x the _____ y
GMAT Flash Card: no less was x ____ was y
GMAT Flash Card: as x ___ y
GMAT Flash Card: x instead ___
GMAT Flash Card: the same to x ___
GMAT Flash Card: range from x ___
GMAT Flash Card: both x ___
GMAT Flash Card: either x __ y
GMAT Flash Card: neither x ___ y
GMAT Flash Card: mistake x __ y
GMAT Flash Card: prefer x ____ y
GMAT Flash Card: x regarded ____ y
GMAT Flash Card: to think of x ___ y
GMAT Flash Card: believe x ____ y
GMAT Flash Card: when looking at parallelism errors, do all of the verbs in a sentence need to be parallel?
GMAT Flash Card: in looking at parallelism with forms of the word to be, what must you be careful of?
GMAT Flash Card: when should you use the idiom X enough to Y
GMAT Flash Card: access __
GMAT Flash Card: agree ____ (person/idea) / ( a plan or action)
GMAT Flash Card: allows ___
GMAT Flash Card: appeals ___
GMAT Flash Card: approve/disapprove ___
GMAT Flash Card: ask x ___ y
GMAT Flash Card: associate ___
GMAT Flash Card: attribute x __ y
GMAT Flash Card: better served by x ___ y
GMAT Flash Card: capable ____
GMAT Flash Card: compare _____ (similarities)/(differences)
GMAT Flash Card: contend ____ + (object)
GMAT Flash Card: contrast x ___ y
GMAT Flash Card: dispute ___
GMAT Flash Card: distinguish x ___ y
GMAT Flash Card: enable x ___ y
GMAT Flash Card: enough x ___ y
GMAT Flash Card: estimated ___
GMAT Flash Card: except ___ (idiom) how do you also write it as a conjunction? as a preposition?
GMAT Flash Card: forbid x __ y
GMAT Flash Card: identical ___
GMAT Flash Card: in contrast ____
GMAT Flash Card: insist ___
GMAT Flash Card: know ___ x
GMAT Flash Card: native ___
GMAT Flash Card: not only x ___ y
GMAT Flash Card: not so much x ___ y
GMAT Flash Card: not x but __ y (alternative choice/instead of)
GMAT Flash Card: noted ____
GMAT Flash Card: prohibit x ___ y
GMAT Flash Card: he has the potential ____
GMAT Flash Card: rates ___
GMAT Flash Card: regard ___
GMAT Flash Card: requiring ___ x do y
GMAT Flash Card: responsible ___
GMAT Flash Card: retroactive ___
GMAT Flash Card: so as not to be _____ by
GMAT Flash Card: so x ___ y (3 ways to write this)
GMAT Flash Card: such x ___ y __ z
GMAT Flash Card: when is "used to" used vs "used as" ?
GMAT Flash Card: view x ___ y
GMAT Flash Card: worried _____
GMAT Flash Card: x is attributed ___ y
GMAT Flash Card: x out ___ y (numbers)
GMAT Flash Card: what three things (all starting with C) should you be looking out for in sentence correction?
GMAT Flash Card: what topics of errors should you check for each sentence? (7 items)
GMAT Flash Card: many vs much?
GMAT Flash Card: how can you tell if a noun is a countable item?
GMAT Flash Card: can the following phrase be used:
GMAT Flash Card: fix and explain:
GMAT Flash Card: what does a colon do and how do you use it properly?
GMAT Flash Card: when you see the phrase "do it" what should it signal?
GMAT Flash Card: when you see the phrase "the numbers of" what should it signal?
GMAT Flash Card: when you see the phrase "whether or not" what should it signal?
GMAT Flash Card: What does the subjunctive form require? (in terms of the verb 'to be')
GMAT Flash Card: can "whose" refer to things as well as people?
GMAT Flash Card: When should either or neither be always singular?
GMAT Flash Card: Which pronouns can be plural or singular?
GMAT Flash Card: what is the infinitive form of a verb
GMAT Flash Card: when can you split an infinitive?
GMAT Flash Card: when should you use the past perfect tense
GMAT Flash Card: use of the subjunctive follows which words or phrases?
GMAT Flash Card: what's wrong with the following sentence?
GMAT Flash Card: When is it not necessary for a modifying phrase to touch the word that it modifies?
GMAT Flash Card: when a sentence talks about the future in a past tense is that a subjunctive form?
GMAT Flash Card: if you preface someone's name with a noun describing their occupation (or other word describing what that person does), without an article, do you need a comma?
GMAT Flash Card: what is a participle?
GMAT Flash Card: what does a participle phrase consist of?
GMAT Flash Card: where must participle phrases be placed in a sentence?
GMAT Flash Card: When is a participle phrase set off with commas?
GMAT Flash Card: what is a gerund?
GMAT Flash Card: what is a gerund phrase?
GMAT Flash Card: what punctuations do gerund phrases require?
GMAT Flash Card: what is an infinitive?
GMAT Flash Card: what is an infinitive phrase?
GMAT Flash Card: when does an infinitive phrase require a comma?
GMAT Flash Card: When you have a subject in a possessive form (Jack's mom), can you use a pronoun to reference the possessor (Jack)?
GMAT Flash Card: Indicate/indicates X ___ Y
GMAT Flash Card: participles that are possessed by a subject become ____
GMAT Flash Card: Expect that X ______ Y (expectation of X to be Y)
GMAT Flash Card: Considers X _____
GMAT Flash Card: Seems ____
GMAT Flash Card: how do you handle a list that has within the list a list that is subordinate to an item ?
GMAT Flash Card: for the gmat, what is the only word that can make two independent clauses into a plural subject?
GMAT Flash Card: what word is used to compare nouns?
GMAT Flash Card: can the word 'that' modify people?
GMAT Flash Card: what can the word 'where' modify?
GMAT Flash Card: less/more talented _____
GMAT Flash Card: 'do it' , the 'it' can only modify what ?
GMAT Flash Card: on the gmat, when is it ok to use 'being'
GMAT Flash Card: which is correct:
GMAT Flash Card: when to use 'such as' vs. 'like'?
GMAT Flash Card: when you see a noun + of + phrase, what is the subject
GMAT Flash Card: whats the only word that can change a singular subject to a plural one?
GMAT Flash Card: what are additive phrases?
GMAT Flash Card: what verb form (singular or plural) should be used when using 'either ...or' & 'Neither...nor"?
GMAT Flash Card: what is a collective noun?
GMAT Flash Card: whats an indefinite pronoun?
GMAT Flash Card: When 'each' or 'every' precedes the subject, does it take a singular or plural verb?
GMAT Flash Card: how do you handle the word 'each' when it follows the subject:
GMAT Flash Card: are the words 'majority', 'minority', 'plurality' singular or plural?
GMAT Flash Card: When an entire phrase is the subject, is it always singular or plural?
GMAT Flash Card: if you aren't sure if a subject is singular or plural, what should you guess?
GMAT Flash Card: when the subject follows its verb, how do you handle the number of the verb (singular/plural)?
GMAT Flash Card: give the present, past, and past perfect forms of the word 'will'.
GMAT Flash Card: in what situation , you can NOT or can use present perfect tense?
GMAT Flash Card: what's wrong with the following sentence:
GMAT Flash Card: what can 'which', 'that', and 'who' modify?
GMAT Flash Card: fill in the appropriate parallel idioms:
GMAT Flash Card: an instance ____
GMAT Flash Card: as a result ___
GMAT Flash Card: as good/great/ ____
GMAT Flash Card: as many ____
GMAT Flash Card: attend ____
GMAT Flash Card: be afraid____
GMAT Flash Card: claim ___
GMAT Flash Card: conform ___
GMAT Flash Card: consider X ___
GMAT Flash Card: declare X ___
GMAT Flash Card: defined ____
GMAT Flash Card: demand ___
GMAT Flash Card: depends on ____
GMAT Flash Card: depicted ___
GMAT Flash Card: different ___
GMAT Flash Card: disagree ___ (person/idea)
GMAT Flash Card: discourage _____
GMAT Flash Card: doubt ____
GMAT Flash Card: encourage ____
GMAT Flash Card: expect ___
GMAT Flash Card: fascinated ____
GMAT Flash Card: in danger ____
GMAT Flash Card: When do you use independent of vs independent from?
GMAT Flash Card: indifferent ____
GMAT Flash Card: interaction ____
GMAT Flash Card: isolated ___
GMAT Flash Card: less X ___ Y
GMAT Flash Card: likely ____
GMAT Flash Card: mandate ____
GMAT Flash Card: modeled ____
GMAT Flash Card: more common among X __ Y
GMAT Flash Card: not so much X ___ Y
GMAT Flash Card: permit X __ Y
GMAT Flash Card: persuade X ___ Y
GMAT Flash Card: sacrifice X ___ Y
GMAT Flash Card: _________ hindered ____
GMAT Flash Card: subscribe ____
GMAT Flash Card: whether ___
GMAT Flash Card: X __ Y (numbers)
GMAT Flash Card: what should you watch out for when you see percentages or the words 'increase' / 'decrease'
GMAT Flash Card: what is a run–on sentence
GMAT Flash Card: what phrases are always wrong (for the gmat)
GMAT Flash Card: when to 'lay' vs 'lie'
GMAT Flash Card: when do you use the following:
GMAT Flash Card: where should relative pronouns that are separated by a comma be placed?
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