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1 This is how you will be tested.

2 Choose the sentence that is written correctly. F The cake looked delicious Melissa did not have a piece. G The cake looked delicious but Melissa, did not have a piece. H The cake looked delicious, Melissa did not have a piece. J The cake looked delicious, but Melissa did not have a piece.

3 I found a way to a student who lives in China. We even communicated using a Webcam. Choose the best way to combine the sentences. A I found a way to a student who lives in China, when we even communicated using a Webcam. B Using a Webcam, we even communicated because I found a way to a student who lives in China. C Finding a way to a student who lives in China, we even communicated using a Webcam. D I found a way to a student who lives in China, and we even communicated usinga Webcam.

4 I would love to know what your hobbies were when you were younger and do you think those hobbies helped you become an inventor? Choose the best way to correct the run-on sentence. A I would love to know what your hobbies were when you were younger and whether they helped you become an inventor. B I would love to know what your hobbies were when you were younger, or if you think those hobbies helped you become an inventor. C I would love to know what your hobbies were when you were younger. And do you think those hobbies helped you become an inventor? D I would love to know what your hobbies were when you were younger; and do you think those hobbies helped you become an inventor?

5 The owner’s manual says to tighten the screws. My mom and I did that. Which is the best way to combine the sentences? F My mom and I did as the owner’s manual says, to tighten the screws. G The owner’s manual, as my mom and I did, says to tighten the screws. H The owner’s manual says to tighten the screws, which my mom and I did. J As the owner’s manual says, my mom and I to tighten the screws.

6 By the end of dinner he usually wins the contest and earns the reward. What is the correct way to write this sentence? A By the end of dinner he, usually, wins the contest and earns the reward. B By the end of dinner, he usually wins the contest and earns the reward. C By the end of dinner he usually wins the contest, and earns the reward. D By the end, of dinner, he usually wins the contest and earns the reward.

7 I am a sixth grader at Mitford Middle School. It is just one street away from Lenore Elementary School. Choose the best way to combine these sentences. A Mitford Middle School, is just one street away from Lenore Elementary School, and I am a sixth grader there. B I am a sixth grader at Mitford Middle School, and just one street away from Lenore Elementary School. C Mitford Middle School, which is just one street away from Lenore Elementary School, is where I am a sixth grader. D I am a sixth grader at Mitford Middle school, which is just one street away from Lenore Elementary School.

8 I work hard in all of my classes I really enjoy school, especially math class. Choose the best way to correct this run-on sentence. F I work hard in all of my classes. So I really enjoy school, especially math class. G I work hard in all of my classes; but, I really enjoy school, especially math class. H I work hard in all of my classes, and I really enjoy school, especially math class. J I work hard in all of my classes, or, I really enjoy school, especially math class.

9 I often had to stop to adjust the weight; because I was so uncomfortable. What is the best way to revise the sentence above? F Because I was so uncomfortable I often had to stop to adjust the weight. G I often had to stop to adjust the weight and it was because I was so uncomfortable. H Because I often had to stop to adjust the weight; I was so uncomfortable. J I often had to stop to adjust the weight because I was so uncomfortable.

10 I always completed my daily walk. Regardless of the weather conditions. What is the best way to combine the sentences above? A I regardless of the weather conditions, always completed my daily walk. B Regardless of the weather conditions; I always completed my daily walk. C I always completed my daily walk, and regardless of the weather conditions. D Regardless of the weather conditions, I always completed my daily walk.

11 We would like to know when our order will arrive the order confirmation number is #BN-439. What is the best way to correct this run-on sentence? A We would like to know when our order will arrive, the order confirmation number is #BN-439. B We would like to know when our order will arrive; the order confirmation number is #BN-439. C We would like to know when our order will arrive, but the order confirmation number is #BN-439. D We would like to know when our order will arrive; however the order confirmation number is #BN-439.

12 Which sentence correctly uses a subordinate conjunction? F Even though her room was such a mess, Carmen’s mother told her she couldn’t visit her friend until it was clean. G Craig looked on top of his bookshelf, whereas his pet hamster likes to hide when it has escaped its cage. H Even if I baby-sit every Saturday for the next month, I still won’t have enough money to buy the new video game. J Louisa will do her homework while her brother has finished practicing his trumpet for his upcoming concert.

13 I could not open my locker my sweater was caught in the hinge. What is the correct way to revise this run-on sentence? F I could not open my locker because my sweater was caught in the hinge. G I could not open my locker though my sweater was caught in the hinge. H I could not open my locker, so my sweater was caught in the hinge. J I could not open my locker, my sweater was caught in the hinge.

14 This type of band is made up of brass instruments. The band includes tubas and trombones, as well as wind instruments, including clarinets and accordions. Which is the best way to combine these sentences? A This type of band is made up of brass instruments which includes tubas, and trombones, as well as wind instruments including clarinets, and accordions. B This type of band is made up of brass instruments; and the band includes tubas and trombones, as well as wind instruments, including clarinets and accordions. C This type of band is made up of brass instruments, it includes tubas and trombones, as well as wind instruments, including clarinets and accordions. D This type of band is made up of brass instruments, including tubas and trombones, as well as wind instruments, including clarinets and accordions.

15 The first phones were the size of a large toolbox they required an operator to connect a call. Which is the best way to correct this run-on sentence? F The first phones were the size of a large toolbox. But required an operator to connect a call. G The first phones were the size of a large toolbox; so they required an operator to connect a call. H The first phones were the size of a large toolbox, and they required an operator to connect a call. J The first phones were the size of a large toolbox; and required an operator to connect a call.


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