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Check your ability to apply the rules
you have learned so far. On a separate sheet of paper, copyedit the following
sentences according to Associated Press style. Also check for any grammar,
spelling, or punctuation errors.

Week 1 Text Exercise

1. Lieutenant Governor Stanley Greene, was stripped of his powers by the
N.C. Senate.

2. William Williams, Dean of the
Graduate School of Journalism, will speak to students about graduation
requirements on Wednesday. afternoon.

3. The students, are expected to begin the test at
9:00A.M. Tuesday.

4. The President lives at, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, but his
mail is delivered to the U.S. Post Office onTwenty-SecondStreet.

5. TheState Senate is expected to enact a
bill; to require polio vaccinations for children under the age of
two.

6. The airport in Medford, Oregon was
closed yesterday after an Alaskan-airlines jet made an emergency landing on the runway.

7. TheAttorney General, havean B.A. in history from American University.

8. The then-Sovietbloc countries sponsored the Friendship
Games rather than attend the 1984Olympicsin Los Angeles.

9. The city and county used thirteen
busses to transport the children to the July-Fourth picnic.

10. Water freezes at 0 degreescelsius.

11. Three houses on SimsStreet were destroyed by the fire, which
began at, 112 Sims Street.

12. Following, the Federal Reserve action, three
banks announced a one percent increase in the prime rate, putting it at six
percent.

13. The late Senator Jesse A. Helms, (R-North Carolina) used to be city
editor of The Raleigh Times.

14. John L. Harris, 48 years old, of
1632 Winding Way Road, was charged Tuesday, with cocaine possession.

15. The champion wrestler measured six feet, six inches tall and won 4/5 of his
fights.

16. ArmySargent Willie York was charged with
misappropriating $1,000,000 dollars in construction equipment.

17. Hurricane Diana,blewfrom theeast, caused millions of dollars in
damages to the east coast of the United States.

18. Colonel, Max Shaw, who has served as a
national guardsman for more than 20 years, is Ed’s commanding officer.

19. Ability with afrisbee, is not a valid measure of IQ.

20. We heard the kickoff announced over
the radio, at the Laundromat.

21. The stockings werehung by the chimney with care, in hopes
thatKrisKringle, soon would be there.

22. Travelling the 48 miles, or 60
kilometers, to Kansas City, we got 32 miles per gallon in our newmini-van.

23. The five-year-old boy, got on the wrong bus- and was missing for two hours.

24. Sarah sold two- hundred and two boxes of Girl Scout
cookies to her neighbors on Sweetbriar Pkwy, and Pantego Ave.

Original

Check your ability to apply the rules you have learned so far.
On a separate sheet of paper, copyedit the following sentences according to
Associated Press style. Also check for any grammar, spelling, or punctuation
errors.

1. Lieutenant Governor
Stanley Greene was stripped of his powers by the N.C. Senate.

2. William Williams,
Dean of the Graduate School of Journalism, will speak to students about
graduation requirements on Wed. afternoon.

3. The students are
expected to begin the test at 9:00 a.m. Tuesday.

4. The President lives
at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, but his mail is delivered to the U.S. Post Office
on Twenty-second Street.

5. The state Senate is
expected to enact a bill to require polio vaccinations for children under the
age of two.

6. The airport in
Medford, Oregon was closed yesterday after an Alaskan airlines jet made an
emergency landing on the runway.

7. The Atty. Gen. has a
B.A. in history from American University.

8. The then-Soviet block
countries sponsored the Friendship Games rather than attend the 1984 olympics
in Los Angeles.

9. The city and county
used thirteen busses to transport the children to the July Fourth picnic.

10. Water freezes at 0
degrees Centigrade.

11. Three houses on Sims
street were destroyed by the fire, which began at 112 Sims Street.

12. Following the Federal
Reserve action, three banks announced a one percent increase in the prime rate,
putting it at six percent.

13. The late Senator
Jesse A. Helms (R-North Carolina) used to be city editor of The Raleigh Times.

14. John L. Harris, 48
years old, of 1632 Winding Way Road was charged Tuesday with cocaine
possession.

15. The champion wrestler
measured six feet six inches tall and won 4/5 of his fights.

16. Army Sergeant Willie
York was charged with misappropriating $1,000,000 dollars in construction
equipment.

17. Hurricane Diana,
blowing from the East, caused millions of dollars in damages to the east coast
of the United States.

18. Colonel Max Shaw, who
has served as a national guardsman for more than 20 years, is Ed’s commanding
officer.

19. Ability with a
frisbee is not a valid measure of IQ.

20. We heard the kickoff
announced over the radio at the Laundromat.

21. The stockings were
hanged by the chimney with care, in hopes that KirsKringle soon would be there.

22. Travelling the 48
miles, or 60 kilometers, to Kansas City, we got 32 miles per gallon in our new
minivan.

23. The five-year-old boy
got on the wrong bus and was missing for two hours.

24. Sarah sold two
hundred and two boxes of Girl Scout cookies to her neighbors on Sweetbriar
Pkwy. andPantego Ave.

  

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