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Chapter Quiz

 

To learn more about the sentence and its parts, see Language Network, Chapter 2, pages 36-63.

The Sentence and Its Parts (Print Quiz)

1.

Choose the answer that identifies the capitalized word or words in the following sentence: Lunch today WILL BE tuna fish sandwiches and vegetable soup.

 

(A)

simple subject

 

(B)

simple predicate

  

2.

Choose the answer that identifies the capitalized word or words in the following sentence: Some old COMIC BOOKS are worth hundreds or even thousands of dollars.

 

(A)

simple subject

 

(B)

simple predicate

  

3.

Choose the answer that identifies the capitalized word or words in the following sentence: THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT are in London.

 

(A)

complete subject

 

(B)

complete predicate

  

4.

Choose the answer that identifies the capitalized word or words in the following sentence: The film SNAPPED IN THE MIDDLE OF THE MOVIE.

 

(A)

complete subject

 

(B)

complete predicate

  

5.

Choose the answer that identifies the capitalized compound part in the following sentence: Bob WASHED and DRIED the dishes after dinner.

 

(A)

subject

 

(B)

verb

 

(C)

indirect object

  

6.

Choose the answer that identifies the following sentence: Look closely at the diagram

 

(A)

declarative

 

(B)

interrogative

 

(C)

imperative

 

(D)

exclamatory

  

7.

Choose the answer that identifies the simple subject in the following sentence: Here comes the girl from my algebra class.

 

(A)

Here

 

(B)

girl

 

(C)

class

  

8.

Choose the answer that identifies the capitalized word in the following sentence: The paper in my typewriter looks CROOKED.

 

(A)

predicate nominative

 

(B)

predicate adjective

  

9.

Choose the answer that identifies the capitalized object in the following sentence: A police officer drew the TOURISTS a map of the correct route.

 

(A)

direct object

 

(B)

indirect object

  

10.

Choose the answer that identifies the capitalized object in the following sentence: The mail-order house mails every CUSTOMER a catalog in November.

 

(A)

direct object

 

(B)

indirect object

  
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