Monday, November 25, 2013

Ameliorate WW I and the Great Migration

Directions: correct the error filled sentence(s) below. There are five missing commas and several misspelled words.


The demand for the weapon and supply during world war won such as airplanes tanks ammunition poison gas created an economic boom in the United States that motivated black Americans to move to city's for jobs. 










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The demand for the weapons and supplies during World War One, such as airplanes, tanks, ammunition, poison gas, created an economic boom in the United States that motivated black Americans to move to cities for jobs.  

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Ameliorate the Open Door Policy

Directions: there are two sentences, below in red, filled with grammatical errors. Please correct them.

The open Door policy was a foreign policy concept advanced by john hay the policy argued for equal access by industrialized nations into china. 







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SUGGESTED answer:
The Open Door policy was a foreign policy concept advanced by John Hay. The policy argued for equal access by industrialized nations into China. 



Monday, November 18, 2013

Ameliorate Imperialism

Directions: correct the error filled sentence below, in red. There is a missing colon. 

in the late 1800s the United States obtained territories oversea in the pacific ocean and the caribbean sea hawaii guam puerto rico the philippines and a naval base at on cuba at guantanamo Bay.














In the late 1800s, the United States obtained territories overseas in the Pacific and the Caribbean: Hawaii,Guam, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, and a naval base on Cuba at Guantanamo Bay.   

Friday, November 15, 2013

Ameliorate the Great White Fleet

Directions: grammatically correct the sentences below, in red. There are two sentences, in red.

Near the end of his presidency theodore roosevelt send 16 battleship around the world between 1907 and 1909 he do this two demonstrate the power of the United States' Navy.





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Suggested Answer:

Near the end of his presidency, Theodore Roosevelt sent sixteen battleships around the world between 1907 and 1909; he did this to demonstrate the power of the United States' Navy.