4. none of the above
Persona non grata means unacceptable or unwelcome person. This is often used in International Law where aliens can be considered persona non grata if they have committed acts that violate or are contrary to the culture and people of the country. The other choices do not even come close to the meaning of the latin phrase. Options 2 and 3 refer to punctuations; while option 1 refers to a typeface.
Errors in punctuation or capitalization:
2. C: "It won't take very long." "It won't take very long," reppied Frank. The correct use is a comma instead of a period.
3. B: Reality Bites, should be 'Reality Bites' (single quotation)
4. persona non grata, should be in italics: persona non grata.
5. "You Are the Sunshine" (quotation marks)
6. Womens. It needs an apostrophe: women's.
7. Childrens. It needs an apostrophe: children's
This term is usually used in diplomacy, when due to some criminal/political actions a person is prohibited to enter a country. For example if a member of diplomatic mission is caught carrying out espionage missions he can be labeled "persona non grata", forced to leave a country and cannot return.
Persona non grata can also be used in less formal situation, when someone is not welcome in society/community due to his behavior.
2. c. “It won’t take very long.” replied Frank.
3. b. “Wasn’t that in the movie Reality Bites,” asked Grace?
4. a. italics
5. b. quotation marks
6. c. womens'
7. b. childrens'