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For more help with the sentence and its parts, see Language Network, Chapter 1, pages 4-33.
The Sentence and Its Parts (Print Quiz)
Choose the sentence that is correctly divided into a complete subject and a complete predicate.
Both / pilots landed safely.
Both pilots / landed safely.
Both pilots landed / safely.
Identify the capitalized verb as the helping verb or the main verb: Rick will not WATCH horror movies.
Identify the capitalized verb as the helping verb or the main verb: The worm MIGHT eat the whole apple.
Choose the sentence that shows the subject(s) capitalized and the verb(s) in parentheses.
MOM'S CAMERA and flashcubes (are) in the car.
Mom's CAMERA and flashcubes (are) in the CAR.
Mom's CAMERA and FLASHCUBES (are) in the car.
FELICIA JUMPED and (shouted) with joy.
FELICIA (jumped and shouted) with joy.
FELICIA jumped and (shouted with joy).
Choose the answer that tells whether the following sentence is declarative, interrogative, imperative, or exclamatory: A Chihuahua is a small dog
Choose the answer that tells whether the following sentence is declarative, interrogative, imperative, or exclamatory: May I give your dog a biscuit
Choose the subject in the following sentence: Over the wall flew the ball.
Identify the direct object in the following sentence: Greg dropped the marbles on the floor.
Decide whether the following group of words is a complete sentence, a fragment, or a run-on: Sarah, Jean, and I agreed.
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