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4 Row 1, Col 1 What punctuation mark is missing from the sentence below? Jonathans bicycle is blue and red, the same color as my bicycle. add an apostrophe to Jonathans add a semicolon after red add a comma after blue add a comma after color Add an apostrophe to Jonathans

5 1,2 The antique books in the dusty store were stacked neatly on the wooden shelves. Which word modifies store? antique dusty neatly wooden Dusty

6 1,3 Use the paragraph below to answer 1 Mr. Sampson called James at 4:00 he was desperate for a babysitter. 2 His sister arrived unexpectedly at the train station. 3 Mr. Sampson had to leave the children and go pick her up. 4 James was the only person on the block at home that afternoon. Which sentence from the paragraph above is a run-on? sentence 1 sentence 2 sentence 3 sentence 4 Sentence 1

7 1,4 If you were looking for general information about insects in order to do a report, which of the following resources should you use? an almanac a thesaurus a dictionary an encyclopedia Encyclopedia

8 2,1 Which of the following is the BEST way to combine the sentences below? That is what I want to see after all this hiking. I want to see the waterfall. A.That is what I want to see after all this hiking; to see the waterfall. B. Let's see the waterfall after hiking. C.I want to see the waterfall is what I want to see after all this hiking. D. What I want to see after all this hiking is the waterfall.

9 2,2 Which words from the sentence below form the compound predicate? The unique sea horse grasps underwater objects and fastens itself to vegetation easily with its curved tail. unique, sea horse grasps, fastens underwater, objects vegetation, easily grasps, fastens

10 2,3 D. The articles are written by the athletes and performers teens admire. Which of the following would make the BEST supporting sentence for the topic sentence below? The New Way is by far the best magazine available for teenagers. A. I like it because it has a lot of good stuff in it. B. I always check out the pages and pages of advertisements. C. The New Way has been around for one year now, and teenagers like it. D. The articles are written by the athletes and performers teens admire.

11 2,4 1 Soccer is one of the most popular sports in the world. 2 Every year there is a great competition held this event is called the World Cup. 3 At this time, soccer teams from all over the world come together in order to compete for the title of world champion. 4 To earn this title is perhaps one of the most prestigious awards in the world of sports. Which is a run-on sentence in the paragraph above? sentence 1 sentence 2 sentence 3 sentence 4 Sentence 2

12 3,1 What does it mean to skim a book? read the book completely from beginning to end glance at the book focusing on key words write down interesting points from the book read the first and last chapters of the book glance at the book focusing on key words

13 3,2 Which word is a misplaced modifier in the sentence below? The chorus group enjoyed really the picturesque scenery in Green Valley. chorus really picturesque Valley really

14 3,3 What is the underlined phrase in the sentence below an example of? Dear me! There are three boys with the same name in this class. an adjective a preposition an interjection a conjunction an interjection

15 3,4 Which of the sentences below is an example of an imperative sentence? That play was fantastic! I have twenty-three kids in my class. Do you want another piece of chicken? Turn left at the corner. Turn left at the corner

16 4,1 1 Trying new foods can bring a sense of adventure into your daily routine. 2 On the other hand, this adventure can be disappointing because you end up trying some foods that just taste weird. 3 Nevertheless, what would it be like to know only vanilla ice cream? 4 Vanilla, however, was looking good to me last night, when my tongue was introduced to a taste I hope never to meet again: clove-flavored ice cream. What is the purpose of the underlined transitions in the paragraph above? to show similarity to show contrast to show consequence to show sequence To show contrast

17 4,2 Which transitional word usage is correct? 1.Temperatures can go as high as 600 degrees Fahrenheit, and carbon dioxide makes up most of the atmosphere. Next, Venus is not fit for human habitation. 2. Temperatures can go as high as 600 degrees Fahrenheit, and carbon dioxide makes up most of the atmosphere. Also, Venus is not fit for human habitation. 3.Temperatures can go as high as 600 degrees Fahrenheit, and carbon dioxide makes up most of the atmosphere. For example, Venus is not fit for human habitation. 4.Temperatures can go as high as 600 degrees Fahrenheit, and carbon dioxide makes up most of the atmosphere. Clearly, Venus is not fit for human inhabitation 4

18 4,4 In the sentence below, what word or words does the phrase down the street modify? The bookstore down the street from the movie theater just put in a large collection of sheet music. movie theater collection bookstore sheet music bookstore

19 5,1 What part of the sentence is secretary? Tyrone is the secretary of the graduating class. subject predicate noun adverbial phrase predicate adjective Predicate noun

20 5,2 Which word in the sentence below is the antecedent of the underlined pronoun its? Despite its age, the Constitution has proven to be an adaptable instrument. despite age Constitution instrument Constitution

21 5,3 What type of word would BEST fit in the sentence below? Lemont was late, _______ he did remember the gift. an adjective an interjection a conjunction a participle conjunction

22 5,4 What correction should be made to the sentence below? "She is so much taller than him!" Mother said with surprise. change him to his change him to he change She to her change him to them change him to he

23 4,3 Use the dictionary entry below to answer this question. familiar (f∂ mil' y∂r) adj. 1. known or reminding one of something 2. happening or found frequently and in various places. 3. acting well-acquainted; informal. 4. being too presumptuous; bold. He is not on familiar terms with his associates. definition 1 definition 3 definition 2 definition 4 Definition 3


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