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Overall Review of Tenth Grade Grammar. Parts of Speech Write the part of speech of the bolded word(s): Auks use their strong wings to swim quickly through.

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1 Overall Review of Tenth Grade Grammar

2 Parts of Speech Write the part of speech of the bolded word(s): Auks use their strong wings to swim quickly through water.

3 Parts of Speech Write the part of speech of the bolded word(s): Auk is the name of a family of seabirds that includes puffins.

4 Parts of Speech Write the part of speech of the bolded word(s): The great auks were short-necked and squat-bodied birds.

5 Parts of Speech Write the part of speech of the bolded word(s): Unable to fly but able to swim and dive, the great auks bred on the shores of the Northern Hemisphere.

6 Parts of Speech Write the part of speech of the bolded word(s): They became extinct in the nineteenth century—in fact, in 1844.

7 Parts of Speech Write the part of speech of the bolded word(s): Some of these birds were thirty inches tall and three feet long. Wow!

8 Parts of Speech Write the part of speech of the bolded word(s): The adult bird had a large white patch in front of the eye.

9 Parts of Speech Write the part of speech of the bolded word(s): A stuffed specimen of the great auk may be seen at the Smithsonian Institution.

10 Parts of Speech Write the part of speech of the bolded word(s): This institution, which contains a museum, is located in Washington, D.C.

11 Parts of Speech Write the part of speech of the bolded word(s): It was established in 1846 with money left by James Smithson, a British scientist.

12 Parts of the Sentence Find the sentence part specified in parentheses. (predicate nominative) One of my favorite authors is Jane Austen.

13 Parts of the Sentence Find the sentence part specified in parentheses. (direct object)She wrote novels in the early 1800s.

14 Parts of the Sentence Find the sentence part specified in parentheses. (objective complement) Many critics consider her a genius.

15 Parts of the Sentence Find the sentence part specified in parentheses. (simple subject) I love her novel Pride and Prejudice.

16 Parts of the Sentence Find the sentence part specified in parentheses. (complete predicate) Mr. Darcy is fascinating.

17 Parts of the Sentence Find the sentence part specified in parentheses. (complete predicate) Mr. Darcy is fascinating.

18 Parts of the Sentence Find the sentence part specified in parentheses. (simple predicate) Wickham pulls tricks on a number of female characters.

19 Parts of the Sentence Find the sentence part specified in parentheses. (indirect object) I gave Meg a copy of the book.

20 Phrases Identify the prepositional phrase as either an adjective or adverb. I love chocolate cake with raspberry icing.

21 Phrases Identify the prepositional phrase as either an adjective or adverb. The team celebrated after the championship game.

22 Phrases Identify the phrase as either an infinitive, gerund or participle. Waiting patiently, the passengers stood in line for the bus.

23 Phrases Identify the phrase as either an infinitive, gerund or participle. Writing the paper about the Civil War was a difficult assignment.

24 Phrases Identify the phrase as either an infinitive, gerund or participle. I have one more chapter to read.

25 Phrases Identify the phrase as either an infinitive, gerund or participle. Inspired by the Southwest, Georgia O’Keeffe included animal bones, flowers, and the desert in her paintings.

26 Clauses Identify the clause as either independent or subordinate. Although the final exam was Monday, they decided to take a weekend trip.

27 Clauses Identify the clause as either independent or subordinate. They had a great time, but they overslept.

28 Clauses Identify the clause as either independent or subordinate. When they returned to campus that afternoon, they went to their professor’s office.

29 Clauses Identify the clause as either a noun clause, adjective clause, or adverb clause. The poem that we read was truly romantic.

30 Clauses Identify the clause as either a noun clause, adjective clause, or adverb clause. After reading it silently, we read it aloud.

31 Clauses Identify the clause as either a noun clause, adjective clause, or adverb clause. When you read a sonnet, you should do so with special care.

32 Clauses Identify the clause as either a noun clause, adjective clause, or adverb clause. A sonnet is a poem that contains fourteen lines.

33 Clauses Identify the clause as either a noun clause, adjective clause, or adverb clause. I wonder what the writer was like.

34 Clauses Identify the following sentence as either simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex. A teacher injured his back one summer and he had to wear a plaster cast around the upper part of his body.

35 Clauses Identify the following sentence as either simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex. Because he wore it under his shirt, it was not noticeable at all.

36 Clauses Identify the following sentence as either simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex. On the first day of school, he found himself assigned to what was supposedly the toughest class in the whole district.

37 Clauses Identify the following sentence as either simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex. After walking confidently into the rowdy classroom, he opened the window as wide as possible.

38 Clauses Identify the following sentence as either simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex. Then he looked at his class list.

39 Punctuation Rewrite the sentence, adding any missing punctuation. Ann this is your first visit to the planetarium I believe

40 Punctuation Rewrite the sentence, adding any missing punctuation. At least three fourths of the pizza was consumed in the first twenty five minutes of the party

41 Punctuation Rewrite the sentence, adding any missing punctuation. Yolandas new sweater she says its from Peru is colorful and beautiful

42 Punctuation Rewrite the sentence, adding any missing punctuation. It was Richard III who said My kingdom for a horse, Russ stated

43 Punctuation Rewrite the sentence, adding any missing punctuation. In his book Walden, Thoreau writes, “The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation But it is a characteristic of wisdom not to do desperate things.”

44 Punctuation Rewrite the sentence, adding any missing punctuation. My favorite short story is The Pit and the Pendulum

45 Punctuation Rewrite the sentence, adding any missing punctuation. Hayrides apple pies and falling leaves these are the reasons I love fall

46 Punctuation Rewrite the sentence, adding any missing punctuation. Pioneers on their way to California faced many dangers starvation disease and flooded rivers

47 Punctuation Rewrite the sentence, adding any missing punctuation. The mountain cabin was cold dark and dirty but this was where we had agreed to spend our vacation

48 Punctuation Rewrite the sentence, adding any missing punctuation. According to the article we read the plane bound for London England disappeared in a storm in February 1952

49 Punctuation Rewrite the sentence, adding any missing punctuation. Sharon Prosser M D is the recipient of the $3000 award sponsored by the town of Medina Ohio


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