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1 English Unit 1 The Sentence – Review To help you get an on the test

2 Sentences and Fragments: Choose the group of words that is a sentence: A. A walk on a winter morning. B. Bright sunshine on the fresh snow. C. Shoveling snow from driveways to sidewalks. D. We pulled our sleds behind us.

3 Sentences and Fragments: Choose the group of words that is a sentence: A. A walk on a winter morning. B. Bright sunshine on the fresh snow. C. Shoveling snow from driveways to sidewalks. D. We pulled our sleds behind us.

4 Four Kinds of sentences: Decide on interrogative, declarative, exclamatory, or imperative: Where is the doctor’s office? Imperative Declarative Interrogative Exclamatory

5 Four Kinds of sentences: Decide on interrogative, declarative, exclamatory, or imperative: Where is the doctor’s office? Imperative Declarative Interrogative Exclamatory

6 End Punctuation: Choose the sentence that has the correct end punctuation: A. Does that train come by here every night. B. Yes, it rolls past our house at ten o’clock? C. The engineer blows the whistle. D. What a loud noise it makes?

7 End Punctuation: Choose the sentence that has the correct end punctuation: A. Does that train come by here every night. B. Yes, it rolls past our house at ten o’clock? C. The engineer blows the whistle. D. What a loud noise it makes?

8 Complete Subjects and Complete Predicates: Choose the sentence that has the line between the complete subject and complete predicate: A. Two large birds / flew across the lake. B. They flapped / their wings slowly. C. A fish jumped / out of the water. D. One of the birds swooped down / toward the fish.

9 Complete Subjects and Complete Predicates: Choose the sentence that has the line between the complete subject and complete predicate: A. Two large birds / flew across the lake. B. They flapped / their wings slowly. C. A fish jumped / out of the water. D. One of the birds swooped down / toward the fish.

10 Simple Subjects: Choose the sentence where only the simple subject is underlined: A. Your friend has a nice bicycle. B. My brother has the same kind. C. His friends often ride with him. D. Their bicycles have hand brakes.

11 Simple Subjects: Choose the sentence where only the simple subject is underlined: A. Your friend has a nice bicycle. B. My brother has the same kind. C. His friends often ride with him. D. Their bicycles have hand brakes.

12 Simple predicates: Choose the sentence in which only the simple predicate is underlined: A. Janis does her homework after school. B. She likes English and math. C. Janis plays soccer at four every day. D. She practices with the rest of the team.

13 Simple predicates: Choose the sentence in which only the simple predicate is underlined: A. Janis does her homework after school. B. She likes English and math. C. Janis plays soccer at four every day. D. She practices with the rest of the team.

14 Subjects in imperative sentences: Choose the sentence where you is the “understood” subject. A. The class often watches films. B. The teachers shows interesting ones. C. Help the teacher with the projector. D. The projector is heavy.

15 Subjects in imperative sentences: Choose the sentence where you is the “understood” subject. A. The class often watches films. B. The teachers shows interesting ones. C. Help the teacher with the projector. D. The projector is heavy.

16 Identifying conjunctions: Choose the sentence that has a conjunction in it: A. Tom has a fish tank. B. Mary has a fish tank and some fish. C. Guppies live in the tank. D. Mary feeds the guppies.

17 Identifying conjunctions: Choose the sentence that has a conjunction in it: A. Tom has a fish tank. B. Mary has a fish tank and some fish. C. Guppies live in the tank. D. Mary feeds the guppies.

18 Choosing the right conjunction: Choose the sentence in which the conjunction fits the meaning of the sentence: A. Cindy has a telescope, or she looks at the stars. B. Cindy has a telescope, and she looks at the stars. C. The stars look close, or they are far away. D. Cindy likes science, but she enjoys her telescope.

19 Choosing the right conjunction: Choose the sentence in which the conjunction fits the meaning of the sentence: A. Cindy has a telescope, or she looks at the stars. B. Cindy has a telescope, and she looks at the stars. C. The stars look close, or they are far away. D. Cindy likes science, but she enjoys her telescope.

20 Correcting run – on sentences: Choose the correct way to rewrite the run-on sentence. Maine was once part of Massachusetts it became a separate state in 1820 Augusta is its capital. A. Maine was once part of Massachusetts. It became a separate state in 1820 Augusta is its capital. B. Maine was once part of Massachusetts. It became a separate state in Augusta is its capital. C. Maine was once part of Massachusetts, it became a separate state in 1820, Augusta is its capital.

21 Correcting run – on sentences: Choose the correct way to rewrite the run-on sentence. Maine was once part of Massachusetts it became a separate state in 1820 Augusta is its capital. A. Maine was once part of Massachusetts. It became a separate state in 1820 Augusta is its capital. B. Maine was once part of Massachusetts. It became a separate state in Augusta is its capital. C. Maine was once part of Massachusetts, it became a separate state in 1820, Augusta is its capital.

22 Context Clues: Choose the correct meaning of each underlined word: This is the Engle’s residence. They have lived here for two years. A. Vacation B. Pet C. Home D. Friend

23 Context Clues: Choose the correct meaning of each underlined word: This is the Engle’s residence. They have lived here for two years. A. Vacation B. Pet C. Home D. Friend

24 United Streaming: Now that you are all prepared for the tests, put your markers and whiteboards back, sit back and relax as we take a look at a United Streaming film.


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