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Chapter Quiz

This activity contains 20 questions.

Question 1.
Dividing and classifying is a process that consists of how many parts?

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Question 2.
Which other rhetorical mode is a process in two parts?

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Question 3.
Which part of this chapter's rhetorical mode involves sorting a thing into its basic parts?

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Question 4.
Which part of the process involves grouping items together?

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Question 5.
What is the title of Mordecai Richler's essay?

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Question 6.
Where did Mordecai Richler grow up?

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Question 7.
Richler's essay reviews what book?

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Question 8.
Which of the following is not one of the "loser" types Red Flags! mentions?

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Question 9.
What is a braggart?

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Question 10.
What final advice does Mordecai Richler give readers of Red Flags!?

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Question 11.
What is the title of Marion Winik's essay?

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Question 12.
What single subject does Marion Winik divide and classify?

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Question 13.
How many different types of friends does Marion Winik write about?

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Question 14.
Marion Winik describes different types of binges. What does "binges" refer to in her essay?

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Question 15.
Which friends are "the workhorses of the friendship world"?

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Question 16.
Which ninth type of friend does Marion Winik mention without describing?

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Question 17.
What friend does Marion Winik feel does not fit into regular life?

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Question 18.
Which type of friend is a cause for binges according to Marion Winik?

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Question 19.
Which essay uses a numbering system when the author divides and classifies?

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Question 20.
Which of the following is another way to describe dividing and classifying?

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