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Eulogy of John F Kennedy

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  • Q1
    Which of the following is true about John F Kennedy's eulogy?
    It was delivered by Lyndon B Johnson.
    It was delivered by Martin Luther King Jr.
    It was not delivered by any public figure.
    It was delivered by his brother, Robert F Kennedy.
    It was delivered by Senator Mike Mansfield
  • Q2
    What is textual evidence?
    A form of evidence found in the physical characteristics of a text
    A type of punctuation mark that indicates the end of a sentence
    Quotations or specific examples from a text that support an argument or claim
    A text message sent to provide evidence in a court case
  • Q3
    What is the purpose of providing textual evidence in an essay?
    To summarize the main points of the text
    To provide background information
    To support the writer's claims or arguments
    To introduce the topic of the essay
  • Q4
    Which of the following is NOT a type of textual evidence?
    Specific examples from a poem
    Quotations from a book
    Statistics from a research study
    Opinions or personal anecdotes
  • Q5
    What is the purpose of using explicit text in literature?
    To create a vivid or realistic portrayal
    To make the text more difficult to understand
    To confuse and challenge the reader
    To hide a hidden message within the text
  • Q6
    What is the purpose of making inferences?
    To make wild guesses without any evidence.
    To ignore evidence and reasoning.
    To create confusion and uncertainty.
    To state unproven facts.
    To draw conclusions based on available evidence and reasoning.
  • Q7
    What is the purpose of citing sources?
    To avoid plagiarism.
    To give credit to the original authors and to provide evidence for your claims.
    To give credit to the original authors and to provide evidence for your claims.
    To make your writing more difficult to understand.
    To show off your research skills.

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