1. According to this passage, what is another name for organic architecture?

A. Natural architecture

B. Aesthetic architecture

C. Principle architecture

D. Varied architecture

2. The word ultimately in paragraph 1 could best be replaced by

A. formulate

B. eventually

C. supposedly

D. Obviously

3. The word upheld paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to

A.invalidated

B. disputed

C. promoted

D. perceived

4. The following examples are all representative of natural architecture EXCEPT

A.a bank that is built to look like a Greek temple

B. a bank built so that the location is important to the structure

C. a bank that is built to conform to the colors of the natural surroundings

D. a bank that is built to be functional rather than beautiful

5. Why does the author compare an organic architect to a sculptor?

A. To emphasize aesthetics

B. To give an example of natural principles

C. To make a point about the development of geometry

D. To demonstrate the importance of style

6.The word obscured paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to

A. difficult to see

B. in high demand

C. not very attractive

D. mutually beneficial

7.With which of the following statements would the author most probably agree?

A. Form follows function

B. Function follows form

C. Function is not important to form

D. Form and function are one

8.Which of the following statements best describes the architect’s view of nature?

A. Nature should be conquered.

B. Nature should not be considered.

C. Nature should be respected.

D. Nature should be improved.

Quiz : STRUCTURE

Problem 78    Nouns that function as Adjectives

noun                        noun                        All of us are foreign              language                      teachers

Incorrect:  I forgot their telephone’s number.

Correct  :  I forgot their telephone number.

Incorrect: There is a sale at the at the shoes store.

Correct  :  There is a sale at the at the shoe store.

Incorrect: Put the mail on the hall’s table.

Correct  : Put the mail on the hall table .

Problem 79    Hyphenated Adjectives

A    adjective     –        adjective         noun

Agriculture 420 is     a          five           –          hour              class

a   adjective     –     adjective   –        adjective   noun

A      sixty         –        year   –       old         employee  may  retire

Incorrect: Can you make change for a twenty-dollars bill?

Correct  :Can you make change for a twenty-dollar bill ?

Incorrect:  A two-doors car is cheaper than a four-doors model.

Correct  :a two – door car is cheaper than a four-door model.

Incorrect:  I have to write a one-thousand-words paper this weekend.

Correct  :I have to write a one- thousand – word this weekend.

Problem 80    Adjectives Ending in –edand –ing

–ed adjective    (by someone or something)

The audience is          thrilled                     (by the concert)

–ed adjective         (to someone or something)

The concert is              thrilling                    (to the audience)

Incorrect:       What an interested idea!

Correct  :        What an interesting idea!

(We are interested)

Incorrect:        Drug abuse is increasing at an alarmed rate.

Correct  :        Drug abuse is increasing at an alarming rate.

(We are alarmed)

Incorrect:  The petition has been signed by concerning citizens

Correct  :  The petition has been signed by concerned citizens.

Problem 81    Cause-and-Result –So

CAUSE                                              RESULT

adverb

S            V           so  adjective  that    S     V

She          got up     so       late   that  she  missed    her bus      The music   was       so     loud       that  we   couldn’t talk

Incorrect:        We arrived so late as Professor Baker had already called the roll.

Correct  :We arrived so late that Professor Baker had already called the roll.

Incorrect:        He drives so fast as no one likes to ride with him.

Correct  :He drives so fast that no one likes to ride with him.

Incorrect:  Preparing frozen foods is too easy that anyone can do it.

Correct:Preparing frozen foods is so easy that anyone can do it.

Problem 82    Cause-and-Result–Such

CAUSE                                                                      RESULT

S         V         such       a      adjective        count noun (singular)         that     S         V

It        was       such       a          hot                            day                            that    we     went out

Or

S         V         such          adjective     a      count noun (singular)         that     S         V

It        was         so            hot                           a       day                             that     we     went out

CAUSE                                                                      RESULT

count noun (singular).         noun

S           V         such      adjective           (noncount)               that      S         V

These                 are        such           long     assignments           that       I    can’t finish   them

This       is          such           good                               news          that        I        will call    them

Incorrect:        We had so a small lunch that I am hungry already.

Correct  :       We had such a small lunch that I am hungry already.

or

We had so small a lunchthat I am hungry already.

Incorrect:        That so many advances have been made in so short time is the most

valid       agreement for retaining the research unit.

Correct  :       That so many advances have been made in such a short  time is the most

valid agreement or retaining the research unit.

or

That so many advances have been made in so short a time is the most

valid agreement for retaining the research unit.

Incorrect:        It is so nice weather that I would like to go to the beach.

Correct  :        It is such nice that I would like to go to the beach.

Problem 83    Emphasis –Too

CAUSE                                                                      RESULT

too                           adjective                               infinitive

The tea is                       too                                  hot                                     to drink

Incorrect:        This brand is too expensive for buy.

Correct  :       This brand is too expensive to buy .

Incorrect:        He always plays his stereo so loud (to enjoy).

Correct  :       He always plays his stereo too loud (to enjoy).

Incorrect:        He is too cold go swimming.

Correct  :       He is too cold to go swimming.

Problem 84    Emphasis–Very

very              adjective

This          tea           is           very                       hot

Incorrect:  New York is so big, and I am not used to it.

Correct  : New York is very big , and I am not used to it.

Incorrect:  Last month we had a too high electric bill.

Correct  :Last month we had a very high electric bill.

Incorrect:  Darlene says that the courts are so lenient.

Correct  : Darlene says that the courts are very lenient.