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Sentence Structure Quiz

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  1. Stan will not participate, but he will watch the speech and debate.1

    Identify sentence structure as simple (S), compound (Cd), complex (Cx), compound -complex (CC)

  2. Alexander’s young sons were killed_____his generals wanted to divide the kingdom among themselves.1

    Find the correct conjunction

  3. Adverbs:1
  4. Anyone who has finished story may begin an illustration.1

    Determine the correct pronoun to be used instead of the word within . If sentence is already correct, choose C.

  5. Interjections:1

    First 3 sentences:
    1. Wow! What a beautiful day!
    2. Oh! You startled me.
    3. Well, I’m not certain.

    Last 3 sentences:
    4. There must be, oh my, at least one hundred spiders.
    5. We enjoyed the game, but, gee, it was challenging.
    6. We won the game! Awesome!

  6. The students had a strategy for the basketball game during practice, so they assigned each player a position.1

    identify sentence structure as simple (S), compound (Cd), complex (Cx), compound -complex (CC)

  7. Whatever you choose to watch will be a great choice.1

    Identify sentence structure as simple (S), compound (Cd), complex (Cx), compound -complex (CC)

  8. When you listen carefully to what the teacher says, you will get a high grade.1

    Read the sentence and identify the subordinating clause.

  9. Please do not tell your friends how the story ends.1

    Read the sentence and identify the subordinating clause.

  10. Nouns can act in a sentence as:1
  11. In art club this afternoon, Logan used his scissors and put in his bag when he was done.1

    Determine the correct pronoun to be used instead of the word within . If sentence is already correct, choose C.

  12. Either Owen or Henry will present report first.1

    Determine the correct pronoun to be used instead of the word within . If a sentence is already correct, choose C.

  13. Adjectives:1

    Choose the right answer that describes the word in question correctly.

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