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Rev Transcription Audio Test 2021

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Choose the option that is properly transcribed:

1. She didn’t even... she really didn’t know how to accept the news.

A.    She really didn’t know how to accept the news.

B.    She didn’t even... she really didn’t know how to accept the news.

C.    She did not even, really did not know how to accept the news.

2. Nice to meet you. I’m Michelle, Director of Product, here at Enron.

A.    Person:  Nice to meet you. I’m Michelle, Director of Product, here at Enron.

B.    Michelle:  Nice to meet you. I’m Michelle, Director of Product, here at Enron.

C.    michelle:  Nice to meet you. I’m Michelle, Director of Product, here at Enron.

D.    Old Woman:  Nice to meet you. I’m Michelle, Director of Product, here at Enron.

3. Well, I mean, um, there are like, some other ways, to umm, go about it.

A.    Well, I mean, there are some other ways to go about it.

B.    I mean, there are some other ways to go about it.

C.    Well, I mean, um, there are like, some other ways, to umm, go about it.

D.    Well, I mean, there are, like, some other ways to go about it.

4. Hi, John. How are you? I am not feeling well, Paul.

Speaker 1: Hi, John. How are you?

Speaker 2: I am not feeling well, Paul.

John: Hi, John. How are you?

Paul: I am not feeling well, Paul.

Paul: Hi, John. How are you?

John: I am not feeling well, Paul.

5. We going to Paris in a few day.

A.    We is going to Paris in a few days.

B.    We going to Paris in a few day.

C.    We are going to Paris in a few days.

6. Umm they’re not going to go there anymore because their car wouldn’t start

A.    They’re not going to go there anymore because their car wouldn’t start.

B.    Umm their not going to go there anymore because there car wouldn’t start.

C.    Their not going to go there anymore because there car wouldn’t start.

D.    Umm they’re not going to go there anymore because their car wouldn’t start.

7. It’s raining today, so unless you wanna get drenched, you’re gonna need your umbrella.

A.    It’s raining today, so unless you want to get drenched, you’re going to need your umbrella.

B.    It is raining today, so unless you want to get drenched, you are going to need your umbrella.

C.    Its raining today, so unless you wanna get drenched, you’re gonna need your umbrella.

D.    It’s raining today, so unless you wanna get drenched, you’re gonna need your umbrella.

 

 

Word Choice

Choose the word that best fits the sentence:

1. I work at my ____ store every evening.

  1. mom and dad's
  2. mom's and dad's
  3. mom and dads
  4. moms and dad's

2. For all ______, the test is over.

  1. intensive porpoises
  2. intents and purposes
  3. intensive purposes

3. The ____ could not hold back the flood.

  1. levee
  2. levi
  3. levy

4. Her nervousness had a profound ______ on her ability to play the piano. It _______ me too.

  1. effect / affected
  2. affect / effected
  3. affect / affected
  4. effect / effected

4. Peter didn't know ___ was his.

  1. whichever
  2. which
  3. whomever
  4. who

6. Law enforcement _________ his property after they discovered new evidence.

  1. ceased
  2. seized
  3. seasoned

7. How much is the _____ on that loan?

  1. principel
  2. principle
  3. principal

8. I gave ___ plenty of time to get to the party.

  1. himself
  2. herself
  3. yourself
  4. Myself

10. After a period of growth, my restaurant needed more _____ to continue expanding.

  1. capital
  2. capitol
  3. Capitally

11. Grilled cheese is the perfect ________ to my tomato soup.

  1. complement
  2. compliment
  3. Complicit

12. Even after weeks of thought, he just didn't know how to ______ his wrong.

  1. write
  2. right
  3. rite
  4. righten

 

13. How much is the _____ on that loan?

  1. principel
  2. principle
  3. Principal

14. Dr. Lewis and ___ walked to the gym.

  1. me
  2. us
  3. them
  4. I

15. My husband played football very ___.

  1. good
  2. while
  3. well
  4. too

14. Do you like to sleep ___ the stars?

  1. to
  2. on
  3. under
  4. At

15. She received a B on her English paper because she forgot to ________ her sources.

  1. sight
  2. cite
  3. site
  4. resight

16. Jeremy and Jack took their bikes with ___.

  1. they
  2. them
  3. their
  4. us

17. Did you know Hong Kong is one of the world's most _______ cities?

  1. populus
  2. populous
  3. population

18. ___ car is blue.

  1. They're
  2. Their
  3. There
  4. There's

19. I hosted a birthday party last Sunday and the guests ______ havoc on my house!

  1. wreaked
  2. reeked
  3. wreckt
  4. rect

20. My interest was ______ when I found out he was a ______ chess player.

  1. piqued / world-class
  2. peaked / world class
  3. peeked / world-class

21. I write ___.

  1. good
  2. well
  3. when
  4. nice

22. When I was young, I always took my teachers for ______.

  1. granite
  2. granted
  3. Granned

23. Scientists prepared the ____ of solution for their next experiment.

  1. vial
  2. vile
  3. Viol

24. You can make ___ at home.

  1. himself
  2. myself
  3. yourselves
  4. ourselves

 

 

Sentence Structure

Choose the best punctuation and capitalization for each sentence:

1. Which of the following sentences is correctly punctuated?

  1. I have taken notes on your book however I still have questions.
  2. I have taken notes on your book, however I still have questions.
  3. I have taken notes on your book; however, I still have questions.
  4. I have taken notes on your book however; I still have questions.

2. Which sentence is capitalized correctly?

  1. I walked Home with Kate.
  2. I walked home with Kate.
  3. i walked home with Kate.
  4. I walked home with kate.

3. Which sentence is correctly capitalized and punctuated?

  1. i saw Mike run like the wind.
  2. I saw Mike run like the wind
  3. I saw mike run like the wind?
  4. I saw Mike run like the wind.

4. Choose the sentence that is written correctly.

  1. Carol has a piano lesson tomorrow.
  2. Carol have a piano lesson tomorrow.
  3. Carol haves a piano lesson tomorrow.

5. Choose the sentence that is written correctly.

  1. My favorite stores are Bloomingdale's and Macy's. My sister only shops at Nordstrom.
  2. My favorite stores are Bloomingdale and Macy. My sister only shops at Nordstroms.
  3. My favorite stores are Bloomingdales and Macys. My sister only shops at Nordstroms.
  4. My favorite stores are bloomingdales and macy's. My sister only shops at nordstrom.

6. Choose the sentence that is written correctly.

  1. This people look very confused.
  2. That people look very confused.
  3. Those people look very confused.

7. Which sentence is capitalized correctly?

  1. Carlotta and i love halloween.
  2. carolotta and I love Halloween.
  3. Carlotta and I love Halloween
  4. Carlotta and I love Halloween.

8. Choose the sentence that is written correctly.

  1. Did you hear the Denver Broncos won the Monday Night Football game? The poor Kansas City Chiefs can never catch a break.
  2. Did you hear the Denver broncos won the monday night football game? The poor Kansas City chiefs can never catch a break.
  3. Did you hear the Denver Broncos won the Monday Night Football game? The poor kansas city chiefs can never catch a break.
  4. Did you hear the denver Broncos won the Monday Night Football game? The poor kansas City Chiefs can never catch a break.

9. Which of the following sentences is correctly punctuated?

  1. On March 21 1985, our community held its bicentennial.
  2. On March 21, 1985, our community held its bicentennial.
  3. On March 21, 1985 our community held its bicentennial.
  4. On March 21, 1985 our community, held its bicentennial.

10. Choose the sentence that is written correctly.

  1. My parent are picking me up from the airport today.
  2. My parents is picking me up from the airport today.
  3. My parents are picking me up from the airport today.

 

11. Which sentence is correctly capitalized and punctuated?

  1. In Spain, they take siestas.
  2. In Spain they take siestas.
  3. In spain, they take siestas.
  4. In Spain, they take Siestas.

 

12. Which sentence is correctly capitalized and punctuated?

  1. Shell never get her own room if she can't keep it clean.
  2. She'll never get her own Room if she can't keep it clean.
  3. She'll never get her own room if she can't keep it clean.
  4. she'll never get her own room if she cant keep it clean.

 

13. Which of the following sentences is correctly punctuated?

  1. Everyone has special skills some people use them very well.
  2. Everyone has special skills; some people use them very well.
  3. Everyone has special skills and, some people use them very well.
  4. Everyone has special skills; and, some people use them very well.

 

14. Which sentence is correctly capitalized and punctuated?

  1. When you are done eating, clear your place
  2. when you are done Eating, clear your place.
  3. When you are done eating, clear your Place.
  4. When you are done eating, clear your place.

 

15. Which sentence is capitalized correctly?

  1. Why don't we get together to watch the Academy Awards?
  2. why don't we get together to watch the Academy Awards?
  3. Why don't we get together to watch the academy awards?
  4. why don't we get together to watch the academy awards?

 

16. Which sentence is capitalized correctly?

  1. I have shopped for clothes from old navy on the store's website.
  2. i have shopped for clothes from Old Navy on the store's Website.
  3. I have shopped for clothes from Old Navy on the store's website.
  4. i have shopped for clothes from old navy on the store's website.

 

17. Which of the following sentences is correctly punctuated?

  1. John announced, "The library is closing in five minutes."
  2. John announced "The library is closing in five minutes"
  3. John announced The library is closing in five minutes."
  4. John announced "The library is closing in five minutes."

 


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    1. you mean you failed after following the guidelines in this blog or before?

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  2. It’s raining today, so unless you wanna get drenched, you’re gonna need your umbrella.

    The correct answer to this sentence is:

    It’s raining today, so unless you want to get drenched, you’re going to need your umbrella.

    This is because according to the Rev style guide, there require you to rewrite informal words, into formal text.

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